Professional BoatBuilder Comprehensive Index

Issues 1-138

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E and F Corp.: E-Flex 9000 Super Stick silicone adhesive/sealant, 13:70

E-A-R Specialty Composites: IOLOSS HD vibration damping/isolation material, 34:59; noise/vibration bulletin (EB-306), 26:54; Tufcote sound-absorption barriers, 12:60

East Carolina University: Center for Applied Technology/boatbuilding association, 21:12

East Coast Interiors: motoryacht MJM34z interior modules, 98:28, 99:52; yacht interior components, 97:10, 98:28

Eastport Yacht Co.: Eastport 32 utility-style luxury powerboat, 12:10; twelve boats a year business plan, 123:10

Echlin, Bill: on marketing and publicity, 6:5

Echtermeyer, Andreas: advanced-composites research, 47:57

ECI: Extender putty delivery/fairing system, 27:70

economic development: outsourcing for company expansion, 63:29

economic downturn/recession: advice for career continuation/recreational marine industry, 124:72, 135:72, 137:4; business strategies for service yards and boatbuilders, 121:62, 127:30; financial management, 9:13, 11:34, 12:2, 13:26; at Cable Marine, 121:62; at Gold Coast Yachts, 124:42; at Huckins Yacht Corporation, 121:62; at Keefe Kaplan Maritime, 121:62; marketing/advertising, 7:72, 11:34, 117:54; R&D/product development, 45:120; 117:54, 127:4; “Refresh, Not Refit”/ Knight & Carver Yacht Yard, 127:42; retrofitting molds/San Juan powerboat/San Juan Composites, 121:62; at Stingray Boats, 127:30; at Trinity Yachts, 121:62; at Westport Shipyard/Pacific Mariner, 121:62; at Willis Marine, 121:62

economics, impact on marine industry: mid-1970s devaluation/embargo (American Marine), 19:28; 1980s/90s recession, 7:72, 9:13, 11:34, 13:26, 15:80, 16:4, 19:28, 45:120, 138:3; luxury/sales/use taxes, 4:9, 12:2, 12:50, 16:4, 18:64, 20:64, 25:3, 37:66; post-recession composite boatbuilding, 123:26; and profit margins/pleasure boat market, 21:4, 32:64, 123:72. See also taxes, luxury/sales/use

Eco-Wolf: Seacast/pourable recycled fiberglass, 134:6

Eddyline Kayaks: thermoformed hulls/Carbonlite 2000 polycarbonate acrylic alloy, 60:11

Eddy Products: Mark IV heat gun, 12:60

Edensaw Woods: lumber inventory variety, 135:6

Edey & Duff: 27’ guide fisherman, 3:11

Edinger, Bill: on reverse-osmosis watermakers, 68:5

Edmund Scientific: borescopes/fiberscopes, 35:42

EDS: Unigraphics parametric CAD system, 40:42

Edson AnBar: patternmaking/custom castings, 42:46

Edson International: Bone Dry 120 high-capacity diaphragm pumps, 44:54; bronze spline weights for drafting and lofting, 97:10; new 15th anniversary catalog, 114:10; Green Team environmental awareness program, 24:58, 38:51; Model 282 Pump-Out Cart, 29:58; NavCom tower for FLIR thermal-imaging night vision equipment, 113:10

education: Advanced Composites Training Facility/Andre Cocquyt, 110:12; Batten College of Engineering & Technology, 110:12; The Boat School (Eastport, ME), 112:10; 137:12; boatyard management, 22:51, 35:25, 35:30, 35:31, 35:52; 47:57, 50:11, 64:112, 94:3; composites/composites engineering, 41:58, 42:5, 47:57, 58:104, 59:10; 110:12; electrical systems, 54:32; engine mechanics, 57:15; environmental, 20:8, 24:58, 31:16, 35:25, 35:52; Marine Training and Education Center (NC), 105:12; naval architecture/marine engineering programs/Webb Institute, 76:36, 101:106; no “magic formula”/internet forums, 130:80; Old Dominion University/Naval Architecure and Marine Engineering Certification, 110:12; sailing/PACT 95, 31:62; surveying, 37:80; traditional skills, 94:3, 130:80; Yacht Design Institute correspondence course, 101:106. See also apprenticeship programs; training, of employees; training, vocational

Edward’s Boatyard: yard boat, 42:34

Efficient Spray Technology: SATA HLVP Jet 95 sprayer, 37:42; SATA HVLP paint system/air-fed mask, 23:54

Eggerts, Fritz: on mold release, 12:27

Egg Harbor Yachts: outsourcing/laminate kits, 35:58; acquisition of Predator Custom Yachts, 87:16, 102:86; Egg Harbor 37 lobsterboat, 102:86

Egret Boat Company: Egret Offshore boat, 71:6

Eichinger, Chuck: on jet boat design, 36:50

EIFO (Easily Identified Flying Object): carbon fiber racing trimaran/Hydrosail, 75:14

Eikenberry, Peter D., Sr.: on reverse-label makers for affixing HINs, 60:5; on professional engineer (p.e.) licensure, 102:4

Eiland, Brian: on radically custom sportfishermen boats, 103:6

Ekelmann, Tom: on lightweight, reliable diesel engines vs. larger HP-per-ton types, 126:6

Elan Marine (Slovenia): Elan Power 35 boat, 85:10

ELCI (equipment leakage circuit interrupter), 117:18

Elco: 24’ electric launch, 3:11; electric launch replicas, 18:20; electric motor repowering, 135:6, 137:6; EP-1200 three-phase AC motor, 135:6; interior design, 6:34; wooden runabout replicas, 18:20

electrical appliances, AC: battery charging, 19:50, 39:56; grounding, 30:38, 30:44; maintenance manual, 43:83. See also electrical loads

electrical appliances, DC: maintenance manual, 43:83. See also DC systems/equipment; electrical loads

electrical cables: arcing faults, 134:54; fire-resistant cables/Belden Next Generation, 109:17; sizing/safety standards, 35:18, 35:19, 35:23, 37:4, 38:4, 66:38, 70:35; sizing/AWG vs. AWG, 37:4; stray-current corrosion/prevention, 33:28, 94:84, 134:54; tinned cable, 82:58, 134:54, 135:4, 138:3; thermoset vs. thermoplastic insulation, 55:99; untinned wire, 138:3; wire splices/crimping, 134:54; wiring/overcurrent protection, 36:41, 38:4, 57:48, 94:84, 135:4, 138:3. See also battery cables; cable sheathing; cable ties; grounding; wire/cable, marine

electrical fires. See fires, electrical

electrical loads: battery selection, 18:44, 18:47, 111:82; DC-to-AC inverters, 25:30, 25:38, 39:56, 57:100; genset selection/installation, 37:26. See also electrical appliances

electrical panels: AC vs. DC, 8:12; Cantilupi designed and built (Viareggio, Italy), 108:62; location, 11:9; outsourcing, 37:16, 82:40; Palawan, 82:40; waterproof/Newmar Seaproof, 45:105; wiring considerations, 8:12, 70:35; 82:40

electrical power: actual cost of, 120:52

electrical service: for machine shop, 48:56

electric shock: causes/prevention/grounding, 30:34, 94:84; marina swimming death/cause of, 94:84; silicone rubber for sealing electrical connections, 104:4

electrical systems: 1990s retrospective, 60:27; bilge pump wiring, 57:48; bus bars, 36:44, 38:51, 64:5, 134:54; bus bars/high-current/shop-made vs. manufactured, 59:21, 62:7; cranking circuit/slow-blow fuse, 134:54; Controller Area Network (CAN), 99:82; Digital Signal Rocker Switch/Cole Hersee Co., 86:14; digital switching electrical systems, 105:78, 131:46; drip loops, 134:54; efficiency challenge, 28:54, 66:38; electrical installation mistakes, 134:54; electromatic radiation, 91:56; EmpirBus, 99:82, 105:78, 108:34, 131:46;  E-Plex circuit board, 99:62, 99:82; E-Plex networking system, 105:78; fail-safe, 62:3, 62:7, 64:5; grounding, 33:4, 33:28, 70:35, 94:84, 98:4, 100:56; high-output alternators, 134:54; inspection of for long-term storage, 122:52; integration/power distribution, 57:100, 105:78, 108:34; isolation transformer, 98:4, 104:30; lightning protection systems for, 43:64, 66:38; overcurrent protection, 57:48, 66:38, 100:56, 104:30, 134:54; remote switching of loads, 99:82; Seaplex at Sealine (U.K.), 99:84; standards for in global marketplace, 75:22; stray-current corrosion, 33:36, 33:28, 66:38, 105:96; systems complexity/design-and-installation audit, 59:21, 66:38; systems manual, 43:83; systems training/certification, 54:32, 57:98, 57:99, 57:100; through a surveyor's eyes, 66:38, 70:35; troubleshooting/diagnostic devices, 91:56. See also AC/shore-power electrical system; alternator, high-output; batteries, marine; battery charging systems; circuit breakers; DC electrical systems/equipment; electrical appliances; electrical loads; electrical panels; galvanic isolators; generators/gensets; inverters, DC-to-AC; isolation transformers; regulators; solar power; wind turbines/generators/blades; wiring, marine

electric boats: electric-powered water taxi/Duffy Electric Boats/Mangia Onda, 80:12; electric propulsion luxury barge/Vripack, 135:6; fuel cost comparisons, 77:82; launches/Black Duck Boat Works, 43:17; launches/Clearwater Electric Boats, 43:17. 77:82; launches/replicas/Elco, 3:11, 18:20; launches/Stephens, Waring, & White, 124:12; propeller generating electricity/”regeneration,” 109:140, 118:40, 135:6; Snap Dragon, Charger 40 prototype, 77:82; 30-passenger ferry/La Rochelle, France/AlternativesEnergies (Alt.En), 122:12; water taxi/DCH Technology, 75:14

Electric Yacht: repower option for sailboats/QuietTorque, 135:6

electrician: certification program, 54:32

Electric Marine Propulsion: catamaran solar panels, 120:52; marine hybrid development, 127:30

electric propulsion system: 69:52; MasterVolt PodMaster for Watch Hill 15 daysailer/Artisan Boatworks, 137:6

electrochemical decomposition. See corrosion, galvanic

electrochromic coatings: on “smart” composites, 46:45

electrochromatic glass, 131:54. See also I-Shades.

electronic-control (EC) engines: 65:106

electronic management systems (EMS): for marine diesels, 14:34, 14:38, 60:11, 65:106, 67:5

electronic monitor displays: Beyer Electronics’ sun-readable displays, 118:8

electronic temperature measurement. See also thermocouples.

electronics: components/catalog interface data, 47:80, 49:4. See also navigation instruments/systems

electronics: options/systems, 87:46

elevator: for wheelchair-accessible yacht, 57:15

Eley, Don, author: “Critical Mass,” 108:62

Elgin outboard motors, 121:9

Eliasson, Rolf: 2006 International Sandwich Symposium/DIAB, 102:14; Design Challenge, 121:42, 122:24, 127:20

Eliasson, Rolf, author: “STIX,” 81:128; “Case Study,” 104:42

Elliot, Henry: cored parts, 136:56; profile/advanced composites, 56:40; profile/advanced composites/Cogito, 39:3, 39:30, 47:57; on fabric impregnators, 5:34, 39:3; honeycomb cores/sheet adhesive, 36:78; on integrating carbon fiber skin plies, 61:34; and Composites Technology Program at IYRS, 136:10; on post-curing, 14:45, 14:48

Elliot, Henry, author: “Advanced Composites in a Simple Shop,” 39:30; “Adventures in Cheap Tooling,” 59:76, 60:96; “Fixing Young America,” 65:66; “A Ron Jones Retrospective,” 56:40; “The Seahorse Sandwich-Failures Debate,” 43:96; “Switching to Pre-Pregs,” 63:151; “Urethane Gelcoats for Epoxy Laminates,” 49:60

Elliot Bay Boatworks: steam launch replicas, 18:20

Elliott Bay Design Group: 3D structural model of Moloka’i Strait MS75 Hercules vessel, 114:20

Elliot Corporation: WebCore, 52:30

Elliott, Bill: builder profile/Bay Ship & Yacht Company, 20:8, 21:38; on estimating, 21:38

Elliott Associates: honeycomb core installation, 36:78

Elliott Bay Design Group: CAD/CAM applications, 7:18; CAL/NCC integration, 38:38, 38:47; kit boats/3-D CAD models, 40:24

Ellis Boat Company: Ellis 36 Express cruiser, 67:70; UltraJet waterjets, 67:70

Ellis, Mark: Niagara 35 and 42 designs, 138:32; designer/Nonsuch 30/free-standing masts, 55:46; 24’ Limestone/molded integral grid system, 46:28, 138:32; developing new boating niche market, 138:32; single-engine deep Vs, 138:32

Ellsworth, Robert: on fuel-injected gas engines, 12:4

Elsevier Advanced Technology: Data Book of Thermoset Resins for Composites, 25:59

Elsherif, Moustafa: drafting of Rule 1162, 26:34

Emarine Training program: and Professional BoatBuilder magazine, 96:6

emergency craft: The Clam, folding-rigid inflatable boat (FRIB), 71:6

emergency flotation system: Yachtsaver II, 13:70

Emglo Products Corp.: single-phase compressor, 33:58

emissions: diurnal emissions control/phase-in, 121:72; evaporative emissions rule, 121:72; charcoal absorption system for small shop, 73:26, 28. See also fumes, removal.

EMMA (easily manipulated mechanical arm), 118:16

Empacher, Dieter: Comet, retro commuter, 97:82; design ratios booklet/Understanding Your Boat Using Design Ratios booklet, 51:11; 70’ center-cockpit ocean cruiser/Brooklin Boat Yard, 84:36

EmpirBus, 97:148; 98:50; NMEA 2000 switchover, 131:46; multifunction navigation devices, 131:46

employees. See work force (employees)

emulsifiers. See resin emulsifiers/cleaners

Encompix: materials requirements planning system software, 96: 52

Endeavor Catamaran Corp.: offering sea stainer, 61:115

Endeavour, J-class sloop: Gerard Dijkstra & Partners, 89:50

endless shelf life: EcoPoxy resin, 123:10

end-of-life boats, 111:12

engine beds: fiberglass boat recommended dimensions for, 72:46; problems with hollow aluminum, 72:46; steel I-beam vs. aluminum, 46:16

engine chuck: high-precision, 5:58

engine cleaner/degreaser: Super Clean, 38:55

Engine Connection, The: remanufactured gas engines, 44:54

engine-control systems, electronic: Micro Commander, 1:68; Volvo/smaller engines, 57:15

engine-control systems, mechanical (push/pull): wire chases/dragging tools, 28:14, 30:4; Solo low-drag control cable, 29:58

engineer. See designer/naval architect/engineer, profession/responsibility

engineered wood. See hardboard substrate

engineering. See design/engineering considerations/parameters; designer/naval architect/engineer, profession/responsibility

engineering consultants. See International Marine Consulting Associates

Engineering Plastics, Inc.: custom-engineered plastic components, 35:58

engine exhausts: back-pressure/horsepower ratings, 59:56, 89:66; maintenance/corrosion, 45:5, 45:32; exhaust gas bubbles ascension rate device/ Kiko Villalon, 114:94; mufflers/silencers, 37:26, 43:44, 43:75, 46:5; noise/vibration reduction, 34:22, 34:27, 35:4, 43:75; in sizing/ventilation/layout, 37:26, 112:48; smoke/station-wagon effect/carbon monoxide, 39:79, 39:90, 43:44, 45:5, 45:32, 51:6, 114:94, 115:18; sportfishermen, 1:22, 1:28. See also engine exhaust system, dry; engine exhaust system, wet; exhaust hose; mufflers/silencers; piping, engine; vibration control, engine/propeller

engine exhaust system, dry: exhaust hose, 43:44; installations, 37:26, 43:44, 135:6; resilient mounts/noise isolation for, 114:4; stainless steel dry exhaust/removable risers/Diamond A yacht, 135:6

engine exhaust system, wet (water-cooled): above-water bypass, 37:26; advantages/installations, 43:44, 46:5, 90:13; 135:6; carbon monoxide/exhaust line maintenance/corrosion, 43:44, 45:5, 45:32, 51:6, 107:94; comparison/detailed with wet exhaust systems, 112:48; cooling-water supply indicators/flow detectors, 45:5, 46:5; drowned engine, 48:4; drystack configuration, 112:48; drystack exhaust pumps, 112:48; exhaust hose/back-pressure, 43:44, 48:4, 90:34, 107:94; exhaust hose/clamping, 49:16, 51:6; exhaust hose/leaks, 46:5; exhaust loops, 46:5, 90:34; fire prevention, 43:44; fire resistant paint for, 112:48; formula for waterlock mufflers//Wayne Combridge, 91:10; idle-bypass line, 90:34; manifolds and risers, 46:5, 89:66; mufflers/silencers, 43:44, 45:47, 46:5;  rumrunner covers, 89:66; siphon break/vacuum breaker, 43:44; temperature alarm, 46:5; testing, 45:47; waterlift mufflers, 89:66, 90:34, 107:94; wrapping exhaust pipe, 112:48; underwater nacelles, 90:34; watersep mufflers, 90:34;

engine management systems. See engine-control systems, electronic; engines, computer applications; engines, marine, diesel; engines, marine, gas

Engine Management Systems, Inc.: gas inboard engines/electronic controls, 17:44

engine-monitoring software: SmartEngine, 45:105

engine mounts: all-attitude, 13:70; Aquadrive/Fluidlastic, 38:55, 72:46; carbon-fiber reinforcements, 28:18; 8-way Adjustable Engine Mount/Mastry Engine Center, 89:8; self-locking patch for, 35:58; and shaft seals, 32:4

engine mounts, resilient: early/Luders, 36:4; installation, 34:22, 34:26; for reducing noise/vibration, 5:42, 34:22, 34:26, 34:27, 36:4; suppliers, 34:27. See also vibration control, engine/propeller

engine oil: changing/Reverso pump oil-change system, 40:66; crankcase oil/engine storage, 122:52; oil cooler, 85:130; permanent filters, 49:79; purifier, 3:60

engineroom fires, 137:22

engineroom layout: accessibility allowances for/good vs. poor layout, 124:32; batteries/charging, 39:56; design/construction/Rybovich, 25:42; Boat Engine Integration Center/services for design layout, 115:32; design/long-range cruiser/Sparkman & Stephens, 59:44; design/size/layout, 37:26, 37:30, 37:34, 46:16; fixed fire extinguishing systems, 125:24, 137:22; Integral Engineroom Cooling & Ventilation System/Vripack designed yachts, 108:44; ventilation control system, 137:34

engines, marine, CNG (compressed natural gas) fueled: Honda, 44:49; repowering of 33 Bertram/diesel vs. gasoline engine, 116:80

engines, marine, combined diesel and gas turbine (CODAG): horsepower ratings/speed prediction, 59:56

engines, marine, computer applications: diagnostics/performance software, 13:38, 14:34, 14:38, 20:8, 45:105, 54:62; electronic fuel injection (EFI), 11:52, 12:4, 14:34, 36:46; engine management systems, 14:34, 14:38; SmartEngine engine-monitoring software, 45:105. See also engine-control systems

engines, marine, cruise control: for ski boats/Correct Craft, 54:18

engines, marine, diesel: ABS/LR classification, 39:80; biodiesel soy-based fuel, 34:55; bolt-on transom bracket/Yanmar, 133:12; bonding systems, 33:28; Caterpillar, 14:34; Caterpillar 3500C series ACERT makeover, 95:6; Cobra sterndrive, 14:34; control-station design/layout, 48:66, 48:79; Cummins, 14:34; Cummins MerCruiser Quantum, 90:13, 111:42; Detroit Diesel, 12:50, 67:5, 126:6; diagnostics/borescope, 35:42; diagnostics/Wyman’s formula, 54:96, 55:5, 57:7; digital diagnostics/repair, 14:34, 14:38, 20:8; drowned/salvaging, 43:52, 46:5, 47:5, 48:4; electronic management systems (EMS), 14:34, 14:38, 17:52, 20:8, 57:15, 67:5; engine-cranking battery, 39:56; fuel consumption/efficiency, 44:38, 44:43, 49:8, 53:28, 59:56, 95:6; fuel-flow meters, 26:54; horsepower ratings/speed prediction, 59:56; injectors, 47:5; low-polluting, 27:61, 95:6; Lugger four-cycle, 11:52; for megayachts, 12:50; MerCruiser D-Tronic V-8, 60:11; Mermaid Turbo-four, 15:70; MTU, 14:34, 14:38, 95:6; noise/vibration control/engine mounts, 34:22, 34:26, 34:27, 35:58, 38:55; noise/vibration control/soundproofing, 5:42, 5:49, 17:19, 53:28, 70:21, 109:140; OMC, 14:34; power/propulsion analysis/efficiency, 44:38, 49:8, 53:28, 54:96, 59:56, 70:21. 126:6; power vs. structure/offshore powerboats, 49:54, 126:6; propeller matching, 46:52; Rand Cam/leading-edge, 57:88; raw-water hoses, 49:16; replacement parts, 22:56; sailboat auxiliary, 2:70; Seatek 600-hp, 13:70; Seatek 1,100-hp, 46:38, 46:43; for sportfishermen, 1:22, 1:28; Star Powr, 9:56; station-wagon effect/carbon monoxide, 39:79, 39:90, 43:44, 45:32; Steyr-Daimler-Puch (SDP), 14:34; Steyr Motors 256 Monoblock, 90:13; turbocharged, 17:44, 46:38, 46:43, 46:52, 49:54, 60:11; Universal M3-20 (gas Atomic-4 replacement), 2:70; valve stem failure, 52:4; vane-restraint technology, 57:88; Volvo Penta Duoprop (turbo), 34:55; warranty repairs/provisions, 22:56, 35:8; weight reduction, 53:28. See also engine-control systems; instruments/instrument panel; noise/vibration control; performance prediction; propeller shaft/drive shaft; propulsion/drive systems; speed, estimating

engines, marine, drive systems. See propulsion/drive systems

engines, marine, fuel efficiency: and environment/marketing, 15:80, 16:4; of diesels, 44:38, 49:8, 53:28, 59:56, 86:74; of gas engines, 44:38, 49:8, 59:56, 92:68; of inboards, 17:44, 92:68; monitoring software/SmartEngine, 45:105; propellers and, 46:5, 46:52, 59:56, 80:76; SES hullform, 48:6; Stolkraft hullform, 49:42, 58:6. See also propellers; propulsion/drive systems

engines, marine, gas: Atomic Four/diesel replacement, 2:70; carbon monoxide/exhaust systems, 43:44, 45:32; charging/induction, 17:44; cooling systems, 17:44, 111:66; Crusader 350XL inboard, 22:55; drowned/salvaging, 43:52; emissions reduction, 17:44; engine management systems/electronic fuel injection (EFI), 11:52, 12:4, 17:44, 17:52, 36:46; ethanol/E85 bullet/Outerlimits Offshore Powerboats, 133:60; ethanol fuel additive, 102:24, 26, 109:6;  fuel-flow meters, 26:54; Honda four-stroke fuel-injected outboard, 22:56; horsepower/propulsion analysis/efficiency, 44:38, 49:8, 59:56; horsepower ratings/speed prediction, 59:56; Indmar 285 V-8, 14:57; marinized aircraft engine, 3:60; Mazda fuel-injected, 12:4; noise/vibration control, 5:42, 5:48, 43:75; for personal watercraft, 5:26, 43:75; Pro Boss, 16:52; remanufactured/Engine Connection, 44:54; sources, 17:56; supercharged, 17:44; Whipple superchargers, 133:60; Yamaha sterndrive, 6:52; warranty repairs/provisions, 35:8. See also engine-control systems; engine mounts; propulsion/drive systems

engines, marine, inboard: bonding systems, 33:28; ceramic pistons, 92:68; cooling systems/ventilation/installation, 37:26; flooding/salvaging, 43:44; fuel efficiency, 17:44, 92:68; noise/vibration control (engine mounts), 34:22, 34:26, 34:27, 35:58; twin-screw rudder installation, 45:96, 54:62; wet exhausts, 43:44, 89:66

engines, marine, installation/layout: bedding/alignment, 29:14; accessibility, 108:4, 109:6; bed/support/stringers, 37:26; engineroom design/layout, 25:42, 37:26, 37:30, 37:34, 46:16, 59:44; forward location, 51:96; installing a hatch cut-out for accessing engine, 106:34, 36; and propeller-shaft stuffing box, 29:14; weight reduction in, 64:52. See also engineroom, layout; engines, marine, noise/vibration control

engines, marine, magnetic levitation (maglev) technology: development of, 59:56;

engines, marine, noise/vibration control: damping material/IOLOSS HD, 34:59; damping materials/propeller, 5:42; damping materials vs. noise-reducing laminates, 32:4; engine mounts, 5:42, 13:70, 28:18, 32:4, 34:22, 34:26, 34:27, 35:58, 36:4, 38:55; soundproofing, 5:42, 5:49; for surface drives, 2:52; turbo silencer/Navy specwar, 52:43; bration isolators/damping systems, 5:42, 34:59, 35:4, 38:55. See also engine mounts; noise pollution; noise/vibration control; soundproofing insulation

engines, marine, outboard: acoustic/performance testing, 52:43; grounding/bonding systems, 23:4, 33:28; high-performance propellers for, 48:86; Honda fuel-injected, 22:56; Mariner/specwar, 52:43; mufflers/silencers/boat-noise control, 43:75

engines, marine, steam: Titanic, 53:12

engines, marine, turbine: horsepower ratings/speed prediction, 59:56; power vs. structure/offshore powerboats, 49:54; Textron-Lycoming TF40B, 12:60. See also engines, marine, diesel

engines, marine, twin: 79:128

engine performance: Janelle’s PowerMate System/new vs. used engine comparison, 79:48

engine synchronizers: Auto-Sync, 2:70; Electro-Sync, 7:64

England: carbon fiber/production boatbuilding, 58:36; pedal punts, 55:16; RORC debate/cored-sandwich-construction scantlings/offshore racing yachts, 43:96; Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI)/motor lifeboats/carbon fiber, 58:36; 2HO/cored structural laminate, 52:30; Wolfson Unit/University of Southampton (England)/model testing facility, 58:26. See also Carbospars Ltd.; Colvic Craft PLC; Irens, Nigel; Pike, Dag; Southampton Yacht Services; SP Systems; Sunseeker International; Vosper Thornycroft; Wise Handling Ltd.

Enholm, Gustaf: on Scandinavian hybrids; Mereth Oy Silver line of boats, 19:4

Englehard Industries/Electrocatalytic: galvanic islators, 41:21

ENP (Estaleiros Navais de Peniche) Shipyard (Portugal): catamaran ferry/Nigel Gee and Associates, designers, 114:10

Entec West: plug-in generator, 7:64

environmental concerns/protection measures: at Cheoy Lee (China), 103:112; chromated copper arsenate and dock pilings, 109:17; at Edwards Boatyard, MA, 61:10; at Sunbird Yachts (China), 103:108; engine emissions reduction, 17:44, 86:74; Halon/fire extinguishers, 17:4, 21:12, 26:3, 30:60; hurricane salvage, 20:6; vs. marine industry/recreation, 4:18, 5:7, 28:52, 60:11; information/education/newsletters/workshops, 31:16, 35:25, 35:52; at Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding, 115:56; oil spills/fires, 39:44; ozone depletion, 2:31, 34:40; plastic films/solid waste (vacu-molding), 31:42; refrigeration/Freon (CFCs), 16:35, 17:4, 18:4; shrink-wrap, 18:28, 21:12, 33:69; at Tiara Yachts, 71:52; TimberGuard UV resistent polymer encapsulation for dock pilings, 109:17. See also air pollution; boatyard waste disposal/reduction/compliance; CFCs; Clean Air Act/Amendments; Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), regulations/guidelines/compliance; Halon; Halon, replacements for; HCFCs; recycling programs; spills, fuel/chemical, cleanup/containment kits; VOC emissions, reduction/compliance; water pollution

Environmental Container Corporation: Enviropac containers (for drums), 9:56; Spill Cleanup Kits, 20:56

environmental control booths: for dust control, 28:38

environmental health: clinics/resources, 38:6; illness/allergies, 36:88, 38:6. See also chemical sensitivities/allergies

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), regulations/guidelines/compliance: acetone, 33:69, 91:96, 115:56; air quality/Clean Air Act/Amendments/VOC emissions, 1:30, 10:8, 20:40, 21:18, 33:69, 34:40, 53:73, 60:3, 60:39, 66:128, 68:5, 97:200; BACT/New Source Performance Standards (NSPS), 10:8, 60:39; CFC-based refrigerant regulation/fines, 26:8; chromated copper arsenate, 109:17; compliance manual, 34:59; compliant low-permeation hose, 121:72; copper bottom coatings, 7:42; enforcement, 31:18; environmental workshops, 38:51; EPA 313 environmental audit/calculations, 20:40, 21:18; evaporative emissions rule, 121:72; on HFCF flotation foams, 28:54; Guide to Pollution Prevention, 20:8, 27:17, 28:48; jargon, 53:3, 54:5; MACT definition/rulemaking/process changes, 31:3, 34:3, 34:40, 66:128, 68:5, 91:96; (MACT) guidelines/point values and weighted averages, 60:39; paints/marine coatings, 34:40, 42:3; proposed evaporative emissions rule, 97:200; styrene emissions/AP-42 calculations, 1:30, 20:40, 21:18, 29:54, 40:17, 45:21, 53:73, 54:112; Title V permits, 33:69, 34:40, 34:59, 39:90, 40:17, 45:21, 53:73; water pollution/runoff, 18:64, 27:8, 29:4, 31:10; Waste Minimization Opportunity Assessment Manual, 20:8. See also best available control technology (BACT); Clean Air Act/Amendments; maximum achievable control technology (MACT); NAAQS (National Ambient Air Quality Standard)

Envision Boats: marine insurance program, 30:54

Epaint: environmentally friendly antifouling paints, 105:106

Epic, Inc.: Novanex moisture meters, 23:42, 23:45, 23:47, 23:49, 35:58

Epifanes: destruction of Aalsmeer, Netherlands, factory, 66:11; nonskid deck coating, 1:68; profile of new plant, 95:6

E-Plex: E-Logic software package, 98:50; touch screen, 97:148

epoxy, hydrophobic: AdTech ES-211/tooling surface coat, 60:96

epoxy adhesives: for cold-molding, 51:36; description/applications, 41:44; for pressure-treated lumber/plywood, 23:50, 27:42. See also epoxy resins; pre-pregs

epoxy-based antifoulants: Epco-Teck 2000, 9:56; POX-E-COP, 7:42, 7:48

epoxy bondcoat/tiecoat: Duratec, 49:59, 51:6

epoxy compound: Redimix gun, 6:52

epoxy foam: for RTM tooling, 6:52. See also epoxy syntactic tooling foam/slurry/putties

epoxy gelcoat/pigmented epoxy: blister prevention, 42:59; in-mold aplication, 49:59, 51:6; POX-E-GEL, 2:72

epoxy paints/coatings: application, 52:54; ceramic/CeRam-Kote, 54:18; epoxy chromate/aluminum boats, 37:36; in-mold application, 49:59, 51:6; strippers for, 33:75

epoxy primer: amine blush (carbamation), 52:54; applications, 52:54, 53:31; in-mold coating/substrate, 49:59, 51:6, 52:54; water-reducible (System Three WR-155), 22:55

epoxy putty: for bedding floation foam, 37:48; cure cycles/secondary bonding, 39:27; for repair of plywood-cored deck, 32:44. See also epoxy syntactic tooling foam/slurries/putties

epoxy resins: advantages/production building, 42:52, 42:59, 42:62, 53:20, 62:62, 64:82, 69:156, 95:6; 96,6; additives/moisture meters, 60:48; allergic reaction/sensitization, 3:19, 42:62, 45:105; AME 5000, 21:60; amine blush/air inhibition/secondary bonding, 19:44, 19:48, 20:4, 39:27, 70:3, 70:92; amine blush/reduction/removal, 42:59; amines/exposure to, 3:19, 42:62, 45:105, 48:104, 53:40, 55:5, 57:7, 96:36; blister prevention/repairs, 17:11, 51:108; blister protection/fiberglass hulls (POL-E-BOND, POX-E-COP), 2:72, 7:42, 42:59; Bodotox brand, 126:8; with carbon-fiber reinforcements, 28:18, 63:151; casting/hatch base, 21:58; catalyst ratios/temperature/cure cycle, 1:6, 33:46, 33:57, 39:27, 42:62, 43:5, 53:20, 70:44; chopper-gun application, 3:54; costs, 42:52; disposal, 45:105; epoxy laminate/in-mold coatings, 49:59, 51:6, 75:78; epoxy laminate/polyester gelcoat/compatibility, 42:52, 43:5, 44:5, 49:59; G/Flex high-elongation epoxy, 125:36; glass-transition-temperature (Tg), 34:18, 34:21, 95:16; Gurit 20LV/foaming, 132:50; high-modulus/flat-panel construction, 45:54; high-temp/tooling surface coat, 59:76; high-viscosity/vacuum-bagging, 52:30, 53:20; impregnator applications, 42:52, 75:78, 95:16; with Kevlar reinforcements, 28:18, 42:52, 43:5, 56:61; low-viscosity, 56:61; mixing/metering systems, 42:62, 95:6, 112:88; with peel ply/flat-panel construction, 45:54; with peel ply/secondary vs. primary bonding, 39:27, 75:78; for plywood laminates/flat-panel construction, 45:54, 69:156; post-curing/print-through prevention, 14:45, 14:48, 15:4, 17:11, 34:18, 34:21, 42:52, 53:20, 59:76, 92:60, 95:16; for potting/bonding hardware/fasteners, 15:21, 32:21, 32:44, 36:78; pre-pregs, 24:18, 25:59, 58:36, 64:82; reinforcements for, 42:62, 53:20. 79:114; repairs/delaminated core bond, 9:36, 25:25, 36:34; repairs/secondary bonding, 20:32, 25:25, 36:34, 55:5; repairs/structural bond/surface preparation (single-skin laminates), 43:54, 43:62, 55:5, 69:156; for RTM tooling, 27:34; safety/fabrication manuals/videos, 21:60, 45:105; safety/regulations, 53:40; for single-skin laminates, 43:54, 43:62, 53:20, 69:156; solvents/cleaners for, 42:62; spraying/high-solids, 42:62, 43:5; storage/heated locker, 52:81, 55:5; strength testing, 4:22,  83:84, 125:36; temperature control, 42:52, 42:62; thixotropes for, 42:62; tooling for, 42:52; tropical formulation/two-part, 42:62, 43:5, 75:78,  76:80; vs. vinyl esters, 42:52, 42:62, 53:20, 55:5, 57:7. See also Applied Poleramic; epoxy adhesives; epoxy putty; epoxy syntactic tooling foam/slurries/putties; post-curing; resin infusion molding; System Three Resins; vacuum-bagging; WEST SYSTEM products

epoxy syntactic tooling foam/slurries/putties: foam core bonding, 9:44, 31:34, 31:39, 33:46, 55:5, 70:92; and print-through, 6:52, 7:50; resin drainout, 33:46; sprayable, 7:50, 83:84; secondary bondline contamination, 39:19; temperature/humidity, 33:46. See also putties, syntactic

Equipment Engineering: Paint Pig, 8:54

Equipment Sales Co.: plasma-arc cutting equipment, 24:34

Erdevicki, Ivan (designer): Erdevicki 64 expedition ketch, 85:10

ergonomics: chair, 34:31, 34:32; hand tools, 37:71; head arrangements, 5:50; helm station, 114:30, 115:36; high-performance seats, 70:66; nav stations, 11:9, 65:33, 115:36. See also mock-ups, interior, as sales/design tools

Eric Goetz Custom Sailboats. See Goetz Custom Sailboats

Ericson Safety Pump Corporation: Ericson Safety Pump/bilge pump, 40:66, 60:5

ES Manufacturing Inc.: catalog of laminating tools, 25:59

Escalera, Dwight: “Lithium-Ion Batteries: Handle With Care,” 136:80

Esposito, Lorenzo: on laminate repair, 66:78; on standardized lab testing, 50:46

Essex Island Marina: three-legged hoist, 36:20

ester oil: lubricant (refrigerator compressor), 16:35

Esthec, composite deck material, 125:20

estimating/bidding. See builder’s contracts/estimates/bidding

ETAP Yachting: sailboat/resin-transfer molding, 50:11

Ethernet: advantages over Controller Area Network (CAN) cable system, 98:50

Etsell, Richard W. (Rick): on designers’ association, 7:5; on simplified stability/inclining tests, 44:5

Etsell, Richard W. (Rick), author: “CAD/CAM Software Is Improving All the Time,” 17:58

Euromere barrier coat: vs Spraycore barrier coat products, 113:4

Europe: blistering problems/repairs, 16:42; cooperative boatbuilding ventures in, 23:4, 26:51; European Community/European Union, 55:87, 60:82; FRP recycling programs, 60:82; resin-transfer molding in, 26:44; trade exhibition (Marine Equipment Trade Show), 55:3; yacht restorations, 52:12. See also specific countries

Europe, exporting to: boat cable standards, 51:69; CE designation/certification, 37:66, 40:62, 41:38, 54:98, 55:87; certification process/standards/harmonizing, 27:3, 28:54, 37:66, 40:62, 41:38, 41:43, 46:10, 55:3, 63:38, 66:11; composites testing/standards, 34:42, 34:45; homologation, 55:87; ISO certification/standards/process, 28:54, 34:42, 37:34, 41:38, 41:42, 43:17, 48:8, 54:98, 55:87; NMMA certification program, 4:9, 15:50, 16:4, 37:66, 40:62, 41:38, 41:41, 43:17, 46:10, 55:87; owners’ manuals, 29:4; sportfishing yacht market, 39:70; yacht classification, 39:80, 39:86, 48:8. See also certification; International Standards Organization (ISO) standards

Europe, model-testing facilities. See model basins/tank-testing facilities and programs, Europe

Europe: competition in powerboat building trade, 74:96

European Union (EU): CE marking/European exports, 129:8; standards for exporting boats to, 63:38; 81:128, 84:18, 129:72; STIX, Stability Index, 81:128

Eurostyle: interior design, 6:34

Evans, Chris: on designing for production, 2:60; on design mock-ups, 9:28

Evans, Frank: on photo-initiated resins, 18:8, 18:17

Evinrude Motors: direct-inject outboard, 92:68; Elto engine, 92:68; Wisconsin Detachable 2 Hp. Row-boat motor, 92:68; multi-fuel outboard, 121:78

Evolution Company, The: lip-type shaft seal, 29:14, 29:21

excursion boat market: Blount Marine 192-footer, 3:11; catamarans, 22:64, 30:48, 45:120, 47:5, 57:15; dinner-cruise/gaming vessels, 36:22; marine trade association, 4:9; NQEA, 63:106; sailing kayaks, 22:64; Subchapter T boats (small passenger vessels), 36:22; Westport Shipyard 95-footer, 51:11. See also ferries; passenger vessels

Exeltech: inverter supplier, 25:34, 25:40

exhaust hose: double-clamping, 51:6; fiberglass, 43:44, 46:5; standards/quality, 49:16, 51:6; wet-exhaust system/standards/installation, 43:44, 46:5, 49:16

exhaust system. See engine exhausts; engine exhaust system, dry; engine exhaust system, wet; mufflers/silencers

Exley, Chris: on sportfishermen tower pod, 104:4

exotherms: “bucket effect,” 108:100; exothermic reaction/cross-linking/catalyst ratios, 1:6, 50:46, 108:100; “the hot hut” fireproof disposal site/Viking Yachts, 131:54; monitoring/photo-curing resins, 18:17; resin shrinkage/open- vs. closed-molding, 45:68, 50:46; resin shrinkage/tooling, 21:50; runaway exotherm/controlled cure, 125:54; specific heat/laminate table/warped panels, 45:68. See also resins, curing/exotherm cycle

expert witness: qualifications/rules/testifying as, 47:24, 50:18, 50:20, 50:25, 56:53, 59:89

exporting: to Europe, 41:38, 55:87, 63:38, 129:72

Extend-a-Yacht: American Custom Yachts' custom steel jig for extending hulls, 66:11

extensometer: tensile testing on laminates, 87:62

extrusion molding. See coextrusion

Exxon Valdez, 127:104