More efficient propulsion enables new vessel designs, as well as solutions to old problems. No one will think of Naval Architecture the same way after this.
Redmond, WA (PRWEB) August 5, 2008
IntelliJet Marine, Inc. and Art Anderson Associates will present the revolutionary IntelliJet™ technology at the Advanced Naval Propulsion Symposium 2008. The Symposium's stated purpose:
"Changing requirements for the application of Naval Forces ... have heightened interest in advanced propulsion systems for naval ships and craft. Major areas of concern include high speed transport, reduced manning, increased reliability, reduced life cycle cost and compatibility with all electric ship concepts. This symposium seeks to promote a discussion of current and future concepts for advanced naval propulsion systems and how they might be effectively applied for future naval forces."
IntelliJet President Jeff Jordan states, "We are entering the IntelliJet™ Age of marine propulsion, and this is the ideal stage for our presentation. This technology will enhance the efficiency of gas, diesel and electric ships and boats over a wide range of operating speeds and loads."
Ron Selvidge, Vice President of Research at Art Anderson Associates states, "More efficient propulsion enables new vessel designs, as well as solutions to old problems. No one will think of Naval Architecture the same way after this."
Jordan and Selvidge will be submitting a related technical paper for peer review and publication in the Journal of the American Society of Naval Engineers.
IntelliJet™ technology is an essential element of cleantech for recreational boats, yachts and commercial craft. It offers up to 50% reduction in fuel consumption and maximum safety for humans and marine life.
This Symposium will be held December 15 and 16 in Arlington VA. For more info, see http://www.navalengineers.org/Events/ANP2008/ANPHome.html .
About IntelliJet Marine, Inc.:
IntelliJet Marine, Inc. is an early-growth stage company formed to develop and market advanced marine propulsion technology. The company has U.S. and New Zealand patents, and patents pending in Canada, the European Union and Australia. Videos of the IntelliJet prototypes, the nozzle and variable pump, can be seen on its Website http://www.iiJet.com.
About Art Anderson Associates:
A marine engineering firm based in Bremerton, Wash., Art Anderson Associates is geared toward increasing vessel power and speed through alternative propulsion and engine design in military and commercial ships. http://www.artanderson.com
IntelliJet Marine, Inc.
4805 158th Court NE
Redmond, WA 98052