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Fiberglass Boat Repairs Illustrated/Ремонт стеклопластиковых лодок (с иллюстрациями)

  • Fiberglass Boat Repairs Illustrated/Ремонт стеклопластиковых лодок (с иллюстрациями)
Артикул: 00-01022938
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Автор: Roger Marshall
Издательство: McGraw Hill (все книги издательства)
ISBN: 978-0-07-154993-6
Год: 2010
Переплет: Мягкая обложка
Страниц: 184
Вес: 710 г
2000 P
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Издание на анлийском языке
As usual with any technical book, many people have provided expertise on specific materials and projects, as well as ideas and thoughts. These folks deserve many thanks for their help, advice, and patience. One constant source of aid and advice is my wife Mary who patiently edited my disorganized paragraphs and made sure that the words meant exactly what they said. She also tolerated fiberglass parts, solvents, boats, paints, and other gear on the deck, the driveway, the garage, and wherever else I was working at the time. My sons, David and Michael, made a big contribution by finding boat projects for me to help with no matter how overloaded I was with other work! Some of the boats shown in these pictures belong to them.
Finally, thanks to the many folks who have helped me judge the NMMA’s Innovation Awards and the METS DAME awards in Holland over the years. Their questions and answers have improved this book immeasurably. In addition, seeing new products, fabrics, and fiberglass techniques, especially at the IBEX show where they are often on display, has helped formulate some of the background to this book.
Before you can begin repairing or rebuilding a fiberglass boat, you need to understand how it is put together. Such knowledge will also tell you when a contemplated repair job is worth the time and money, and when it is likely to be so difficult or costly that you`d be better served to give up on the boat.

Chapter 1 How fiberglass boats are built
Fiberglass Hulls
Hull Reinforcements
Hull Liners
Interior Furniture
Deck Construction
Hull-to-Deck Joints
Chapter 2 Identifying damage to a boat
Hull Damage
Deck Damage
Rudder Damage
Other Damage
Chapter 3 Materials, tools, and basic techniques
Basic Techniques
Chapter 4 Gelcoat restoration and cosmetic repairs
Gelcoat Restoration
Gelcoat Repairs
Chapter 5 Minor structural repairs
Before You Start Any Repair Work
Repairs to a Single-Skin Laminate
Repairs to a Cored Laminate
Repairing or Installing a Bulkhead
Reinforcing a Flat Panel
Replacing Missing Parts
Chapter 6 Hull, keel, and rudder fairing
Fairing a Hull
Fairing a Keel
Fairing a Rudder
Chapter 7 Major repairs
Project #1: Making an Engine-Well Guard to Keep Water Out
Project #2: Replacing Rotten Floors
Project #3: Replacing a Water-Damaged Deck Core
Project #4: Repairing a Rotten Transom
Project #5: Repairing Major Grounding Damage
Project #6: Replacing a Foredeck Hatch
Project #7: Repairing Damage to a Cored Hull
Chapter 8 Osmosis and blister repair
DIY Blister Repair
Professional Blister Repair
Blistering Caused by Valiant’s Fire-Retardant Resin
Protecting against Osmosis
Chapter 9 Finishing your repair work
Appendix Building a shelter

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