MH Systems, Inc. inherited many of its
capabilities and personnel from the erstwhile
Alta Technology, Inc. (1976 - 1988).
MH Systems' capabilities, past and present include:
- Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering
- Ballast Water Treatment System Development
- Development of Advanced Spill Avoidance Systems for Oil
- Design of High performance Ocean-going vessels and weapons
- Hydrodynamic Analysis of Ships
- Environmental Engineering
- Structural Analysis
- Design of Hard Mobile Launcher Craft for Missile System
- Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability Analysis
& Safety analysis
- Nuclear Hardening and Survivability Analysis
- Application of Probabilistic Methodology
- Underwater Signal Processing
- Data Processing
- President, MH Systems, Inc.
Mo Husain is the developer of the
Ballast Water Treatment System and the American Underpressure System - an advanced spill avoidance
system for oil tankers. Mr. Husain provides overall
direction of all advanced technical projects within
the MH Systems organization. A graduate of the University
of Michigan in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering,
Mr. Husain has over 30 years experience in ship systems
engineering, specifically in the field of Hydrodynamics
of ships, Loads and Motion analysis, probabilistic design
criteria analysis, and design and development of high
performance weapons platforms.
- Senior Vice President
Mr. Apple has
a MSME degree and 40 years experience in the leading
of research, designs, and the managing of maritime projects.
He was project manager - ONR, project engineer for the
contract machinery design of six new classes of warships
including the first nuclear cruiser (CGN9)and first
Nuclear Destroyer - DLGN 25. As Vice President of Litton
Ship Systems, was program manager that won the billion
dollar design contract for the General Purpose Amphibious
Assault Ship (LHA) He is presently SNAME representative
on the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology
-- Director - Test and Evaluation
Mr. Hunter has
35 years experience as Systems Engineer and Engineering
Manager. He was the Chief Development engineer for the
first 3500 HP Marine Gas Turbine, and assisted in the
installation of Gas Turbine Propulsion unit for Spruance
Class Destroyers. He holds a patent for a Gas Core Reactor,
a nuclear propulsion unit for Mars mission.
Quirinbach - Manager - Analysis
has a BS from the California Institute of Technology
and an MS from the University of California, Los Angeles.
He has 35 years of engineering and scientific experience
in the marine and aerospace industries. His experience
includes analysis and design of high performance vessels,
system requirements and interface definitions of major
US Naval Vessels and responsible for design, manufacturing
and quality standards and testing of inertial grade
gyroscopes, accelerometer, and inertial navigation systems
for specific applications by the U.S. Navy.
||MH Systems' facility
is located at 10951 Sorrento Valley Rd, Suite 2G, San
Diego, CA 92121.