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Fuel Efficient Fast Ship Propulsion

 
  Presentations
 
  White Papers  
    ASNE DAY 2012
  Naval Warfare - Critical
  Engineering Challenges

Adapting to Changing Threats:
Submersible Amphibious Assault Vehicles
SAAV
.pdf


 



Multi-Agency Craft Conference 2005
Variable Marine Jet Propulsion
For the Next Generation of Tactical Applications
.pdf

Hosted by NavSea Warfare Centers

 

  IntelliJet Performance Advantages.pdf

IntelliJet is naturally suited for further computer control features, starting with other operator interfaces, like joysticks, and extending to fly-by-wire control strategies commonly used in airplanes.
 

Fast Ship Propulsion:
The State of the Art / Propulsion Revolution
.pdf

Conventional marine jet propulsion systems waste power in four very well understood ways:
 

The Relative Unimportance of Pump Efficiency.pdf

Versatile and efficient propulsion for variably loaded rapid ocean transports, patrol/interdiction vessels, and littoral combat ships

 
     
     
 
 
 

US Patent

#7,241,193 B2  Variable Marine Jet Propulsion
July 10, 2007  (.pdf)

 

 
 

Reference Books and Articles
 

 

Recommended Reading
 for Boat Companies
 

 
  DeVault, Robert T. "The Basics of Jet Propulsion".
  
Trailer Boats Magazine. September, 1994. pp. 33-35.

   Click here for .pdf

Dicmas, John L. Vertical Turbine, Mixed Flow, and
   Propeller Pumps. New York: McGraw-Hill, l987.

Nechleba, Miroslav. Hydraulic Turbines, Their Design
   and Equipment.   Czechoslovakia: ARTIA Prague,
   l957.

Stepanoff, A.J. Centrifugal and Axial Flow Pumps.
   New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., l957

  The Innovation Killer,
How What We Know Limits What We can Imagine and What Smart Companies are Doing About It.
Rabe, Cynthia Barton.
New York: AMACOM, 2006.

Escaping the Price-Driven Sale,
How World-Class Sellers Create Extraordinary Profit

Snyder, Tom and Kearns, Kevin.
New York: McGraw Hill, 2008.

 
         
         
 

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