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Electrolysis and Galvanic Action in Practice and Theory

Feb 14, 2014
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Hunter 430 Waveland, MS
A lot has changed on how boats have been corrosion protected in last 20 years too.

ABYC has done a lot to standardize the combined systems of electrical, corrosion and lightning protection.
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You can launch and then decide to change later , too.;)

Jim...

PS: And SSB radios too:biggrin:
 
May 17, 2004
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Beneteau Oceanis 37 LE Havre de Grace
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-Will (Dragonfly)
I’ve been busy the last few days and didn’t really read this thread until now, but I’m definitely interested, so @Will Gilmore you can count me in. I’ll be on vacation for the next 10 days or so, and I don’t want Amazon delivering the book while I’m away, but I’ll order it in a few days so it’s ready when I am.


I'm in favor of laying it out the way dLj laid it out in post #62.
Separate threads, but with links at appropriate sections.

-Will (Dragonfly)
I agree. I like dlochner’s point about keeping separate threads for separate topics, but I’m afraid a thread per individual chapter will leave some questions to fall into the wrong thread, or let some threads fall down the post list faster than others. I think dlj’s breakdown is a good middle ground to split based on related topics. Having said that I haven’t read the book, so I don’t know if the individual chapters are meaty enough to warrant their own threads or a different grouping.
 
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