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AMOG, Thales Australia, and the University of Tasmania, Australian Maritime College yesterday signed a Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) to investigate the establishment of the facility that will make Tasmania the home of a state-of-the-art trials and tests for submarine and surface ship sonar systems.

The Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, witnessed today’s signing.

“Sonar systems are the eyes and ears of our submarines and ships and are key to giving them the edge they need,“ Minister Pyne said.

“The Collins class sonar upgrade program is boosting defence industry confidence around Australia.”

“Contributions to Australia’s military capability from our defence industry come from all around the country and are not confined to our big cities.”

“Congratulations to everyone involved in delivering this great opportunity for the region.”

Thales Australia advises that the use of Tasmania’s deep, cold and acoustically quiet lakes for the proposed acoustic testing capability could enable sonar systems, including those currently delivered by Thales to be tested to new levels of accuracy.

 

Click here for the full announcement from Minister Pyne.

More information can also be found on the University of Tasmania AMC website.

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(Photo on left): Ben Clark (AMOG Consulting), Gary Dawson (Thales Australia), Liberal Senator Richard Colbeck, The Hon Christopher Pyne MP, Brett Whiteley (Liberal candidate for Braddon, University of Tasmania Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Brigid Heywood.

(Photo on right): AMOG's Dr Hayden Marcollo and Ben Clark, with The Hon Christopher Pyne MP.or Brigid Heywood.

 

Honoured to be nominated for an Excellence Award, AMOG were guests at the Thales Australia Inaugural Industrial Partners and Suppliers Conference, and Excellence Awards Dinner.

AMOG's Laurentiu Zamfirescu and Liam Hewitt presented at the IChemE Hazards Australasia 2018 conference, a world class process safety event held this week. Their presentation focussed on building resilience in Western Australia's onshore hazardous facilities by highlighting key challenges and solutions regarding the upcoming land use planning regulatory changes.

FAR Limited have welcomed AMOG to the Senegal team this week. AMOG's Chris Carra and Jon Gumley will be on board as project engineers for the Senegal development planning and execution. 

AMOG's Dr Hayden Marcollo and Kanishka Jayasinghe have just attended OMAE 2018 in Madrid, Spain, where they presented on Strouhal Number for VIV Excitation of Long Slender Structures, and The Mitigation of Pipeline Free Span Fatigue due to Vortex Induced Vibration Using Longitudinally Grooved Suppression.


AMOG's Dr Hayden Marcollo and Kanishka Jayasinghe have just attended the 37th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore & Arctic Engineering (OMAE 2018) in Madrid, Spain, where they presennted on Strouhal Number for VIV Excitation of Long Slender Structures, and The Mitigation of Pipeline Free Span Fatigue due to Vortex Induced Vibration Using Longitudinally Grooved Suppression.

Details and links for more information can be found below:


OMAE2018-77433 Strouhal Number for VIV Excitation of Long Slender Structures

Presented by: Dr Hayden Marcollo

The above paper has been selected for OMAE Journal Publication.

 

OMAE2018-77716 The Mitigation of Pipeline Free Span Fatigue due to Vortex Induced Vibration Using Longitudinally Grooved Suppression

Presented by: Kanishka Jayasinge

 

The team at AMOG would like to congratulate Cherie Holland on her election to the the grade of Fellow by the institute of Engineers Australia, in recognition of the important contribution that she has made to the engineering profession and to Engineers Australia. Cherie has also achieved chartered status in 3 Areas of Practice: Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Risk Engineering.