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Session 4C               
Jade Room

OVERSEAS TRANSPORTATION

Chairman: Edward V. Lewis,Deputy Director,Center for Maritime Studies, Webb Institute of Naval Architecture Glen Cove, N.Y.

Vice Chairman: Charles R. Cushing, Sea Land Service, Elizabeth, N.J.

The Current Revolution in Overseas Transportation
Robert B. Zubaly, Professor of Naval Architecture, State Mari-time College, State University of New York, Fort Schuyler, N.Y.; and Edward V. Lewis, Deputy Director, Center for Maritime Studies, Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, Glen Cove, N.Y.

Carrier Management-the Vital Factor in Coordinated Land-Sea Transportation
Robert S. Reebie, Robert Reebie and Associates, Rye, N.Y.

Design of Marine Terminals as Points of Intermodal Exchange
Robert L. Dame, Container Marine Lines, American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, New York, N.Y.

Modern Concepts of Ocean Transportation of Petroleum
Robert F. Cooke, Manager, Economics and Traffic, Marine Transportation Department, Gulf Oil Corp., New York, N.Y.


Session 4D              
Basildon Room

HELICOPTER APPLICATIONS

Chairman: I. B. Laskowitz, President, Laskowitz Helicopter Co., Brooklyn, N.Y., and Recording Secretary, Scientific Council, New York Academy of Sciences

Vice Chairman: Harold G. Wenig, President, Wright Industries, Brooklyn, N.Y., and Chairman, Division of Engineering, New York Academy of Sciences

Helicopter Applications in Hospital Design
Jacob Feld, Consulting Engineer, New York, N.Y., and Immediate Past President, New York Academy of Sciences.

Portal-to-Portal Transportation by Helicopters
Richard Wheatland, Vice President and Assistant to the President, New York Airways, LaGuardia Airport, N.Y.

The Military Aspects of Helicopter Operations in Vietnam
Lt. Gen. John W. Carpenter, III, USAF, Commander, Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala.

Multi-Rotor Applications in VTOL Aircraft
Mark E. Kirchner, Director, Advanced Helicopter Development; and John V. Front, Operations Engineer, Customer Requirements; The Boeing Co. Vertol Division, Morton, Pa.

Large Crane Helicopter
Ralph B. Lightfoot, Engineering Manager, Sikorsky Aircraft Division of United Aircraft Coporation, Stratford, Conn.


Session 5C
Jade Room

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS TO TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS

Chairman: Arthur B. Sosslau, Advisory Analyst, The Service Bureau Corp., Wheaton, Md.

Vice Chairman: John Fajnor, The Service Bureau Corp., Wheaton, Md.

Public Transit Planning System
Richard E. Bunyan, Associate; and Robert B. Dial, Associate; Alan M. Voorhees and Associates, McLean, Va.

Automatic Data Plotting in Transportation Planning
Ernest Nussbaum, Consulting Analyst, General Electric Information Service Department, Bethesda, Md.

Empty Freight Car Scheduling and Extensions
E. Wrathall, Industry Representative, IBM Data Processing Division, White Plains, N.Y.

Use of Computers in Transportation Planning
Glenn E. Brokke, Deputy Chief, Urban Planning Division Office of Planning, Bureau of Public Roads, Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D.C.


Session 5D
Basildon Room

PROPULSION GAS TURBINES

Chairman: Z. Stanley Stys, Vice President, Brown Boveri Corp., North Brunswick, N.J.

Vice Chairman: S. W. Lovejoy, Long Island Lighting Co., Hicksville, N.Y.

Application of a Gas Turbine to Large Off-Highway Vehicles
H. L. Krewson, Project Engineer, LM 100/LM 350 Programs, General Electric Co., Cincinnati, Ohio

Experience with Transportable Gas Turbine Railroad Car
James O. Stephens, Manager, Application Engineering, Westinghouse Electric Co., Lester, Pa.

Evolution of the Gas Turbine in the Natural Gas Transportation Industry
Donald R. Plumley, Mgr., Product Planning and Market Development, General Electric Gas Turbine Dept., Schenectady, N.Y.


A Rapid Transit System Providing Nonstop Constant Speed Local and Express Service
Vincent H. Larson, Associate Professor, The Technological Institute, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill.


Session 6C
Jade Room

RESEARCH AND PRIORITIES

Chairman: Paul. W. Shuldiner, Senior TTransportation Engineer, Transport Systems Planning Division, Office of High Speed Ground Transportation, U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D.C.

Vice Chairman: Charles T. Phillips, Office of High Speed Ground Transportation, U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D.C.

Research Philosophy for Transportation
Robert F. Baker, Director, Office of Research, Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, D.C.

Highway Research in Transition
William N. Carey, Jr., Executive Director, Highway Research Board, Washington, D.C.

A Strategy for Transportation Research
Jack E. Snell, Department of Civil Engineering, India Institute of Technology, Kanpur, U.P., India.


Session 6D
Basildon Room

MATERIALS HANDLING

Chairman: Harry R. Mack, EBS Management Consultants, New York, N.Y.

Vice Chairman: Fred M. Thompson, Engineering Department, Dupont Co., Wilmington, Del.

Standard Freight Containers-A Status Report (USA SI-MH5 and ISO/TC-104)
Fred Muller Jr., Consultant, Transportation and Distribution, Fred Muller and Associates, Florham Park, N.J.

Capsule Lounge-A Study in Modal Integration
A. W. Fowler, Project Engineer, Booz Allen Applied Research, Bethesda, Md.

Radio Controlled Scheduling of Bus Service
Wayne Rash, Manager, Market Research, General Electric Communication Products Dept., Lynchburg, Va.


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