Presentation by STUART PHILLIPS
Nuala O’Flaherty Auditorium, Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Inveresk
Sunday, 4th March 2012 Commencing 2.00 pm until 4.30 pm
Northern Branch lecture following AGM
About the Speaker
Stuart Phillips has been a professional model maker for 40 years working in the architectural, commercial and maritime industries. He began training in 1964 with architectural design company, Fine Craft Models in Sydney creating models in plastic, steel and resins for some of Sydney’s most prominent skyscrapers. In 1998 he moved to Tasmania and has been involved with the Australian Maritime College at Newnham for 25 years, working with naval architects from around the world.
Brief Abstract of the Talk
This presentation will look at the construction and testing of ships, yachts and marine structures at the AMC’s test facilities and their capabilities, a variety of test programs that the AMC has undertaken and the invaluable information these test provide to the international maritime industry.