B

Meeting Agendas

SEPTEMBER 14-15, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C.
Tuesday, September 14, 1999
Closed Session (Committee Members and NRC Staff Only)

0900

CONVENE—WELCOME, INTRODUCTIONS, COMPOSITION AND BALANCE DISCUSSION

Prof. William C. Reynolds, Chair

Dr. Ronald Taylor, NSB Director

Dr. Joseph T. Buontempo, Program Officer

Open Session

1030

ONR INTRODUCTORY REMARKS AND HYDROMECHANICS S&T PROGRAMS

Dr. Spiro G. Lekoudis, Head, Engineering, Materials, and Physical S&T Department, Office of Naval Research

Dr. Edwin P. Rood, Program Officer, Office of Naval Research

Dr. Patrick Purtell, Program Officer, Office of Naval Research

1300

FUTURE NAVAL CAPABILITIES

Dr. Ronald A. DeMarco, Associate Technical Director, Office of Naval Research

1400

ONR HYDROMECHANICS S&T PROGRAMS (CONTINUED)

Dr. Edwin P. Rood, Program Officer, Office of Naval Research

Dr. Patrick Purtell, Program Officer, Office of Naval Research



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An Assessment of Naval Hydromechanics Science and Technology B Meeting Agendas SEPTEMBER 14-15, 1999 WASHINGTON, D.C. Tuesday, September 14, 1999 Closed Session (Committee Members and NRC Staff Only) 0900 CONVENE—WELCOME, INTRODUCTIONS, COMPOSITION AND BALANCE DISCUSSION Prof. William C. Reynolds, Chair Dr. Ronald Taylor, NSB Director Dr. Joseph T. Buontempo, Program Officer Open Session 1030 ONR INTRODUCTORY REMARKS AND HYDROMECHANICS S&T PROGRAMS Dr. Spiro G. Lekoudis, Head, Engineering, Materials, and Physical S&T Department, Office of Naval Research Dr. Edwin P. Rood, Program Officer, Office of Naval Research Dr. Patrick Purtell, Program Officer, Office of Naval Research 1300 FUTURE NAVAL CAPABILITIES Dr. Ronald A. DeMarco, Associate Technical Director, Office of Naval Research 1400 ONR HYDROMECHANICS S&T PROGRAMS (CONTINUED) Dr. Edwin P. Rood, Program Officer, Office of Naval Research Dr. Patrick Purtell, Program Officer, Office of Naval Research

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An Assessment of Naval Hydromechanics Science and Technology 1530 RESEARCH AT CARDEROCK Dr. William B. Morgan, Associate Director and Directorate ead for Hydromechanics, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division Wednesday, September 15, 1999 Closed Session (Committee Members and NRC Staff Only) 0800 NAVSEA CDR Amy Smith, USN, Technical Director, Hydrodynamics/Hydroacoustics Technology Center, Naval Sea Systems Command 0900 RESEARCH AT NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY Dr. Jay P. Boris, Chief Scientist and Director, Laboratory for Computational Physics and Fluid Dynamics, Naval Research Laboratory Dr. William C. Sandberg, Deputy Director, Laboratory for Computational Physics and Fluid Dynamics, Naval Research Laboratory 1030 FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH ISSUES Prof. Marshall P. Tulin, Mechanical and Environmental Engineering Director, Ocean Engineering Laboratory, University of California, Santa Barbara Closed Session (Committee Members and NRC Staff Only) 1300 FUTURE STUDY PLANS AND ISSUES TO BE ADDRESSED Prof. William C. Reynolds, Chair OCTOBER 20-21, 1999 WASHINGTON, D.C. Wednesday, October 20, 1999 Closed Session (Committee Members and NRC Staff Only) 0800 CONVENE Prof. William C. Reynolds, Chair Open Session 0830 CURRENT STATUS OF SHIPBUILDING ACTIVITIES AND DEPENDENCE ON PROGRESS IN HYDRODYNAMICS Mr. James A. Fein, Naval Sea Systems Command 0930 HYDROACOUSTICS RESEARCH Prof. Ira Dyer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Emeritus) 1030 HYDROMECHANICS RESEARCH AT ARL/PSU Dr. Michael L. Billet, Applied Research Laboratory/Pennsylvania State University

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An Assessment of Naval Hydromechanics Science and Technology Data-Gathering Session Not Open to the Public 1300 HYDROMECHANICS RESEARCH AT ARL/PSU Dr. Michael L. Billet, Applied Research Laboratory/Pennsylvania State University 1330 FUTURE NAVAL REQUIREMENTS FOR HYDROMECHANICS/HYDROACOUSTICS S&T Dr. William K. Blake, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division 1415 SURFACE SHIP HYDRODYNAMIC NEEDS AND ELECTROMAGNETIC SIGNATURE ISSUES Dr. Arthur M. Reed, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock & NAVSEA Signatures Group 1500 USE OF VISCOUS CALCULATIONS FOR NAVY APPLICATIONS Dr. Joseph J. Gorski, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division 1545 UNDERSEA TACTICAL VEHICLE HYDROMECHANICS OVERVIEW Dr. James C. Meng/Dr. Paul J. Lefebvre, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport Division 1600 UNDERSEA FLIGHT HYDRODYNAMICS Dr. Stephen A. Huyer, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport Division 1625 UNDERSEA VEHICLE FLOW CONTROL Dr. Promode R. Bandyopadhyay/Dr. Charles H. Beauchamp, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport Division 1650 UNDERSEA STEALTH Dr. John F. Grant/Dr. Stephen R. Snarski, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport Division 1715 REVOLUTIONARY SUPERCAVITATING VEHICLES Dr. Thomas J. Gieseke/Mr. John Castano/Dr. Abraham N. Varghese, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport Division Open Session 1300 INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH IN HYDROMECHANICS Prof. Odd Faltinsen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology 1430 INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH IN HYDROMECHANICS Prof. Makoto Ohkusu, Research Institute of Applied Mechanics, Kyushu University 1615 MOBILE OFFSHORE BASE Mr. Gene M. Remmers, Office of Naval Research Dr. Paul Palo, Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center Thursday, October 21, 1999 Closed Session (Committee Members and NRC Staff Only) 0800 FUTURE STUDY PLANSAND SSUESTO BE ADDRESSED Prof. William C. Reynolds, Chair 1300 FUTURE STUDY PLANS AND ISSUESTO BE ADDRESSED (CONTINUED) Prof. William C. Reynolds, Chair