17th SNAME Texas Section Offshore Symposium
The 17th SNAME Texas Section Offshore Symposium was held in Houston in early February 2012. The Offshore Symposium is held on a semi-annual basis, with 150 to 200 attendees. The symposium format includes 20 technical papers, an engineering ethics breakfast, and a topical lunch speaker.
Featured Paper – from the Journal of Sailboat Technology
The Journal of Sailboat Technology is an online peer-reviewed journal whose objective is to provide a medium for the publication of research achievements and engineering practices in this field. It is intended to cover not only fundamental studies on analytical and numerical models, theoretical developments, tank and wind tunnel experiments, but also results and analysis of full scale experiments.
SNAME monthly Featured Paper – four papers from the June 2011
Workshop on Ship Stability
The Office of Naval Research and the Chesapeake Section sponsored the 12th International Ship Stability Workshop (12th ISSW) in Alexandria, Virginia; this year’s event was a part of a longstanding series of international technical meetings in the field of stability of ships and ocean vehicles. The 12th ISSW was hosted by the David Taylor Model Basin (NSWCCD).
There were over 50 papers in ten sessions; four papers have been selected as SNAME Featured Papers of the Month:
Library of SNAME Featured Papers