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Warship 2011: Naval Submarines & Unmanned Underwater Vehicles conference papers

29 - 30 June 2011, Bath, UKBMT

 

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ISBN: 978-1-905040-86-5

Conference 2011 Papers

The Warship 2011: Naval Submarines & Unmanned Underwater Vehicles International Conference papers are available in either printed or CD-ROM format. The CD-ROM version also contains the speakers Powerpoint presentation.

  • A Vision for an MXV and UXV Enabled Future Host Submarine (SSH) by S D Binns, T Gibbs & R Eddy, BMT Defence Services, UK
  • Towards an Automated Active UUV Dock on a Slowly Moving Submarine by G.D. Watt and M.R. MacKenzie, Defence Research and Development Canada ­Atlantic (DRDC), Canada and J.A. Carretero and R. Dubay,, University of New Brunswick (UNB), Canada
  • Underwater Gliders ­ Force Multipliers For Naval Roles by A Ray, SN Singh and V Seshadri, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
  • A Submarine Concept Design ­ The Submarine as an UXV Mothership by R G Pawling and D J Andrews, University College London, UK
  • Hydrodynamic Design Implications for a Submarine Operating Near the Surface by M R Renilson, and D Ranmuthugala, Australian Maritime College, University of Tasmania, Australia and E Dawson, and B Anderson, Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Australia by S Van Steel, Aker Solutions, Australia and S Wilson-Haffenden, Incat Crowther, Australia
  • Evaluating the Manoeuvring Performance of an X-Plane Submarine by P Crossland, P Marchant and N Thompson, QinetiQ Ltd, UK
  • Submarine Manoeuvring: Correlating Simulation with Model Tests and Full Scale Trials by N Kimber, QinetiQ Ltd, UK
  • Full Authority Submarine Control Concept Development by R Mansfield and D Venn, Stirling Dynamics Ltd, UK
  • Recovery of Surfaced Disabled Submarines by A Watt, Submarine Support Management Group (BMT Defence Services), UK and E Ofosu-Apeasah, Ministry of Defence Salvage & Marine Operations Project Team,UK
  • Development of an Integrated Submarine Escape System by T Peacock and R Manion, Babcock, UK.
  • US Submarine Concept Design Tool by A J Mackenna, S A Patten, and R K Van Eseltine, Naval Surface Warfare Center ­Carderock Division, USA
  • Overview of a Methodology for the Early Phases in Systems Design of Future Submarines by M Nordin, Swedish Defence Research Institute and Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
  • US Technical Authority in Submarine Design and Engineering by W V Richter and M A Martz, Naval Sea Systems Command, USA
  • Submarine Propulsor Technical Developments, Opportunities and Challenges by S Banks, Rolls-Royce plc, UK
  • Construction Materials for Small Submersibles by P Delaforce and P Vinton, Rolls-Royce plc, UK
  • Dynamic Behaviour of Ring Stiffened Cylindrical Structure Subjected to Underwater Explosion by YeonOk Shin and Young S. Shin, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea
  • Acoustic Characterisation of Anechoic or Decoupling Coatings Taking Into Account the Supporting Hull by C Audoly, DCNS, Le Mourillon, 83076 Toulon Cedex, France
  • Impacts of the Maintenance on a Submarine Basic Design by M Nicod, DCNS, France
  • Incorporating Through Life Support Requirements into Submarine Design by S Smith, Babcock International Group, UK
  • Alternative Propulsion for Nuclear Submarines by A Zubair, Karachi ShipYard, Pakistan

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