Unpublished designs (was Re: LCU-F - PROCEEDINGS Magazine article 'pdf')
- --- In email@example.com, <philbolger@...> wrote:
> Back on smaller-craft design matters, to those who (still) do notSpeaking of such, what is the present status of AS-34 (#676)? I was intrigued by the MAIB article and enchanted by the hull shape.
> read MAIB âas a matter of courseâ, the next issue will feature
> another here-to-fore unpublished Design.
- Got enough of the lingo to get what I need out of it. Understand enough to get the main message, Thanks.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, <philbolger@...> wrote:
> I could offer a âtranslationâ for the âmil-speakâ; actually it seems no worse than other areas of particular focus where âtech-speakâ is inevitable to compress lengthy word-combinations that compress larger concepts into indeed acronyms.
> List the âpuzzleâ and I will offer the solution.
> From: Joe T
> Sent: Monday, July 08, 2013 3:40 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [bolger] Re: LCU-F - PROCEEDINGS Magazine article 'pdf'
> Tough reading through the military acronyms but enlightend replies seem to heavily favor the concept.
> Joe T
> --- In mailto:bolger%40yahoogroups.com, <philbolger@> wrote:
> > For those more Ã¢ÂÂthirstÃ¢ÂÂ on the Ã¢ÂÂbigÃ¢ÂÂ navy project Ã¢Â" no, make that Ã¢ÂÂmonumentalÃ¢ÂÂ as Bruce Hallman put it Ã¢Â" here are the first stirrings of what I hope to eventually be vigorous online discussions amongst Sailors, Marines, Experts and Ã¢ÂÂNixpertsÃ¢ÂÂ...
> > This one is US Marine Corps-centric: http://snafu-solomon.blogspot.com/2013/07/a-21st-century-landing-craft.html
> > Could someone book me Tea-& Cookies with the CNO and the Commandant ? LotÃ¢ÂÂs to discuss...
> > Susanne Altenburger, PB&F
- Well, PR, the ‘dark secret’ is that someone will have to help finance its further development.
There is a fair amount of energy necessary to develop the concept.
Here we’d have to see it subsidized through ‘the rest’ of the process.
As to her shape and appearance, beyond some of the optional curves in her profile the shape is a fairly sober assembly of desirable attributes:
- another developmental stage of the sharpie with that box-forefoot,- the fillets for a smooth entry sailing and at rest,- integration into the cat-, cat-yawl- and periauger (cat-schooner) -rig geometries,
- together with the ‘wing catheads’ for ready-to-drop anchors.
AS-34 and AS-40 are ‘my’ designs in those respects.
Phil had used is ‘Advanced Sharpie’ in designs from 12’ OLD SHOE to at least 38’ LOOSE MOOSE II.
As with our sharpie-related powerboat hulls of those years together, we moved developments further, such as with #679 and now post-Phil my #681 SACPAS-3.
But this all takes resources to get done. Progress thus often depends upon support by clients, or ‘syndicates’ of clients pooling modest resources to see a design completed.
Susanne Altenburger, PB&F
--- In mailto:bolger%40yahoogroups.com, <philbolger@...> wrote:
> Back onsmaller-craft design matters, to those who (still) do not
> read MAIBâas a matter of courseâ, the next issue will feature
> anotherhere-to-fore unpublished Design.
Speaking of such, what is the present status of AS-34 (#676)? I was intrigued by the MAIB article and enchanted by the hull shape.