The Boatowner's Guide to Corrosion: A Complete Reference for Boatowners and Marine Professionals

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International Marine/McGraw-Hill, 2000 - Transportation - 314 pages
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Boatowners fight a never-ending war against the pitiless enemy corrosion. Everett Collier comes to the rescue with this comprehensive, very readable handbook, telling the boatowner how to: find corrosion problems before they're obvious; take simple steps to prevent corrosion; protect all kinds of metal in every part of the boat and rigging; guard against the dangers of electrolysis. Boatowners will save themselves money, time, and headaches with the benefit of Collier's practical wisdom.

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Basic Electrical Theory
Basic Corrosion Processes

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Everett Collier is an electrical engineer, an avid cruising sailor and powerboater, and an amateur boatbuilder. He was most recently a director of technology in GTE's Precision Materials Group. He lectures and consults in advanced manufacturing technology management and is a member of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers and the American Boat & Yacht Council.

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