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HPMV China 2014 - 19th International Conference on High Performance Marine Vessels

11-12 April, 2014 Shanghai, China

 

in association with

2014 China International Boat Show
10-13 April, 2014 Shanghai, China

 

Second Announcement & Registration

 

Organised by

The Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA)

Shanghai Association of Shipbuilding Industry (SASI)

Ship Design Academy Committee, CSNAME

China Boat Industry & Trade Association (CBITA)

 

Supported by

China Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (CSNAME)

China Association of National Shipbuilding Industry (CANSI)

 

 

HPMV CHINA2014

11-12 APRIL 2014, SHANGHAI, CHINA

Over 500 papers have been presented and published in both Chinese and English at the annual China International Conference on High Performance Marine Vessels, which is now in its 19th year and which has become an important forum for the discussion of technical and scientific matters relating to high performance marine vessels both in China and overseas.

High performance marine vessels for both commercial and recreational use continue to be developed to meet a wider range of roles and more demanding operating conditions. The high speed maritime industry is seeking to extend its operating envelopes, reduce downtime and increase reliability, safety and comfort. The use of new materials and more efficient production methods are being explored to reduce costs.

HPMV China 2014 will again bring together representatives of international maritime industry and academia to present and discuss developments relating to a wide range of high performance marine vessels, including small planning craft, paramilitary vessels, passenger ferries, freight carriers and recreational craft. Monohull, multihull, ACV/SES/WIG/HYF, and novel hull designs will all be covered.

 

CHINA INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOW

The Conference will be co-located with the China International Boat Show.

This very successful Show, now in its 19th year, will provide speakers and delegates with the opportunity to meet representatives of the Chinese and International boat industry, and discuss new developments in boat and equipment manufacture.

 

2014 HPMV CONFERENCE TOPICS

Green or Energy Saving Marine vessels will become a hot topic for 2014 version of HPMV Conference. The Conference welcomes any subjects of the following aspects:

  • Hydrodynamics
  • Structures
  • Propulsion
  • Design and production technologies
  • Materials
  • Safety, Regulation and Classification
  • Motion control
  • Shore facilities
  • Operations
  • Maritime Environment

The language of the Conference is English.

 

VENUE

The Conference will be held at Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Centre, which is also the venue of the 19th China (Shanghai) International Boat Show during 10-13 April, 2014.

 

ACTIVITIES

A programme of technical and social events and field trip to some famous special companies or factories in the ship industry will be arranged during and after the Conference. There are also many attractive activities hold on this Boat Show.

 

ORGANISING COMMITTEE

Honorary Chairmen:
Mr.Zhang Guang-Qin, President, CANSI
Mr. Huang Ping-Tao, President, CSNAME

Co-Chairman:
Mr. Trevor Blakeley, Chief Executive, RINA
Mr. Zhou Zhen-Bai, Vice President, CBITA, and President, SASI

Vice Chairman:
Prof. Yun Liang, Consultant of SDAC, CSNAME
Mr. Ma Ning, Shanghai Jiaotong University
Mr. Li Xiao Ping,Vice Senior Engineer. Marine Design & Research Institute

Secretary General:
Mr. Yang Xin-Fa, Secretary General, SASI

Members:
Mr. Zheng Ming, Rear Admira, Vice Director of SDAC, CSNAME
Mr. Zhong Zhen-De, China Ship Scientific Research Center


ACADEMIC COMMITTEE


Chairman:
Mr. Trevor Blakeley, Chief Executive, RINA

Vice Chairman:
Prof. Yun Liang, Consultant of SDAC, CSNAME
Prof. D. Savitsky (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA)

Members:
Mr. A. Bliault (A/S Norse Shell, Norway)
Dr. N. Bose (Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada)
Prof. R. Datla (Stevens Institute Of Technology, Davison Laboratory, USA)
Dr. J. C. Dern (Paris Polytechnic Institute, France)
Prof. L. Doctors (University of New South Wales, Australia)
Prof. A. Fjorentino (Federico II University, Italy)
Prof. C. Kuo (Strathclyde University, UK)
Prof. H. Miyata (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Prof. K. P. Rhee (Seoul National University, South Korea)
Prof. K. V. Rozhdestvensky (Saint-Petersburg State Marine Technical University, Russia)
Prof. P. Wilson (University of Southampton, UK)
Prof. Dong Zu-Shun (Naval Engineering University of PLA, China)
Prof. Li Yun-Bo (Harbin Engineering University, China)
Prof.Yang-Qi (Shanghai Jiaotong University, China)
Prof. Yang Song-Lin (Jiangsu University of Science and Technology)
Vice Senior Engineer Sun Yong-Hua (Marine Design & Research Institute, China)
Mr. Hu Jing-Tao, President of Shanghai Merchant Ship Design & Research Institute, China)
Prof. Xu Wei (Chang Jiang Ship Design Institute, China)
Researcher Yang Chun-Qin(Shanghai Ship and Shipping Research Institute China)
Mr. Zhong Zhen-De, China Ship Scientific Research Center
Senior Engineer Wang Fang-yuan(China Classification Society)
Senior Engineer Ni Qi-jun (Marine Design & Research Institute,China)
Prof. Zong Zhi(Dalian University of Technology, China)

Secretary:
Ms. Zhao Lan, SASI
Ms. Sherry Li, CBITA

 

CALL FOR PAPERS


Papers on the following topics are invited:

1) Green or Energy Saving Marine vessels, (Including ocean vessels, offshore vessels, river and other general cargo ship)

a. The energy-saving ship of new concept.

b. The new conceptual design of the structure, (for example, the application of water elasticity); the new measures to reduce the vessel’s own weight.

c. The low-emission main engine and hybrid dynamic.

d. Automatic control technology from intelligence to wisdom.

e. The application of energy-saving composite materials in ship.

 

2) The new development of HPMV.
a. The research on ship form, hull structure and propulsion technology of HPMV.

b. The application of HPMV technologies on yachts.

c. The introduction of real HPMV.

 

Papers are invited on the topics of the conference. Prospective authors should complete the form overleaf, and submit an abstract of their paper by the date given.

Subsequent to the conference, selected papers may be considered for publication in the International Journal of Small Craft Technology.  Authors of such papers will be given the opportunity to update their papers before publication in the Journal.

Abstracts should be no longer than 250 words and clearly indicate the provisional title, the authors and content of the paper. Provisional acceptance of papers will be made on the basis of the abstract and final acceptance after consideration of the draft paper.

 

 TIMETABLE


First Announcement and Call for Papers 25 Sep.2013
Second Announcement and Registration 10 Dec.2013
Abstract to be submitted by 31 Dec.2013
Authors advised of acceptance by 10 Jan.2014
Papers to be submitted by 15 Feb.2014
Conference 11-12 Apr.2014

 

REGISTRATION OF INTEREST

 

I wish to submit a paper and attach an abstract (list all authors).

I am interested in attending the conference as a delegate.

 

Name:

Company:

Position

Address:

Tel: Fax: Email:

Please fill in the registration details and return this form to:

Miss. Sherry Li
26 floor, No. 118, Qinghai Road, Shanghai,China.

Tel: +86-21-52286580
Fax: +86-21-62675890
Email: chinaboatshow@aliyun.com

The Conference Fee is USD300/per person, which will include a copy of the proceedings, admission to the China International Boat Show, and the conference banquet.

Hotel Accommodation can be arranged (three star, four star, five star)
 

Further Information

For further information about the conference, contact:

Prof. Yun Liang
E-Mail:LiangyunB@yahoo.com

Or

Mr. T. Blakeley

The Royal Institution of Naval Architects
Email: hq@rina.org.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7235 4622
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7249 5911

 

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