Professional BoatBuilder Comprehensive Index

Issues 1-138

D

Dagger: roto-molded polyethylene kayaks, 29:33

Dahlgren, Jeff: on Airtech vacuum valves (frogs), 45:5

Daily, Mark: on Prop Scan/propeller pitch, 42:74; on Porsche speedboat, 116:4

Daimen Corporation: air conditioners, 2:70

Dalinger, Rudy: Viking product line, 46:16, 46:26

Dalzell, Steve: on The Landing School’s design program, 102:4

damage, major: assessment/repairs, 25:18, 57:74. See also blister repairs; delamination; hurricanes/major storms; insurance, boat/marine; repair techniques; surveying techniques/tools/equipment; surveyors/surveying, profession/judgment

damage, minor: composite repairs assessment, 82:22

damping materials. See vibration, engine/propeller, control

Dana, Lee W.: on bilge pumping systems, 57:48; on engineroom ventilation, 37:26; on E10 (ethanol) gasahol and degradation of fiberglass and metal fuel tanks/Bertram Yachts, 103:6; profile/Bertram Yacht, 39:70, 43:5; on shaft seals, 32:4

Dana, Lee W., author: “Lower Tier Licensure,” 98:112; “A Marine Engineer’s Casebook,” 93:98; “Solving the Station-Wagon Effect,” 39:79””What’s Wrong With This Picture?” 112:120

Danfoss: DC-powered refrigerator compressor, 26:8

D'Antonio, Steve C, author: “The Amazing Mister Moesly,” 91:116; “Biodiesel,” 116:28; “Big Banks,” 133:24; “Bonding Basics,” 138:18; “A Case for Quoting,” 127:128; “A Case for Complexity,” 137:34; “Centrifugal Filtration,” 115:122; “The Curious Mind of the Professional,” 137:80; “Deep Storage,” 122:50; “Documentation and Instructions, Please,” 132:80; “Fixed Firefighting Systems,” 125:24; “Go. No Go.,” 126:30; “In Gear,” 134:18; “Marineco’s EEL Shore-Power Cord,” 138:8; “Polishing The Fuel,” 112:100; “A Yard Manager’s Casebook,: 94:104; “An Unusual Repower,” 77:82; “Ice Class,” 89:16; “Major Refit,” 82:40; “Nuts. Bolts. Screws.” 118:52; “Performance Metals’ Navalloy and Intelligent Anode System,” 136:10;“Refine the Ride,” 120:42; “Seacocks,” 114:82; “So You Think You Know Diesel,” 115:112; “The Stability of Spin,” 113:72; “Strainers Inside and Out,” 127:116

D’Antonio, Steve C.: on propeller nut installation protocol/American Boat & Yacht Council, 121:9, 123:6, 124:6; on salvaging drowned engine, 47:5; response on plated valve cover bolt corrosion, 123:6; response on flexible coupling/advantages of Centa thrust bearings, 122:6; response on limited stability of biodiesel, 118:4; response on biodiesel vs. distillate fuels, 118:4; response on low-drag intake with integral strainer capability, 132:4; response on raw-water strainer design, 130:6 (see also Dean, Paul.); response on scoop-strainer equipped engine seacocks on sailboat and anodic protection for metal strainers, 128:6

dashboards: console cutouts, 49:24; design/color/layout, 42:88, 48:66, 48:79; outsourcing, 37:16; safety/liability, 15:50

Dashew Offshore: semi-custom sailboats, 30:48

Dashew, Steve: on steering system fundamentals/ABS rule for keel structure and rudders, 100:4

Dashew, Steve and Linda: Beowulf VI/Norm Riise, 124:12; motoryacht/computational fluid dynamics analysis capability, 89:8; Fast Patrol Boat 64, long-range cruiser, 113:10, Windhorse/”unsailboat,” 117:26

Dassault Systems: Catia CAD/CAM engineering software, 57:88,113:10

data loggers, 109:170, 119:38, 127:8

Data Tag: Motorola identification chip for boats in the U.K., 71:27

Daubert Products Inc.: Tape’n Drape, 3:60

Daugherty, Colin: on fuel systems for pleasure craft, 85:4

David Taylor Model Basin. See Taylor, David, Model Basin

Davidson, Ken: model testing/performance prediction, 60:66

Davidson, Laurie (New Zealand boat designer): 71:70

Davies, Richard: on surveying and ethics/judgment, 110:4

Davies, Roger: on trailering/point loading, 60:5

Davis, Arch, author: “Mold Alternatives for One-Offs,” 10:42; “Strip-building in DuraKore,” 15:34; “Training Down Under,” 20:25

Davis, Jr., Carson “Buddy,” obit, 130:20. See also Davis Yachts.

Davis, Darryl: FRP manufacturing waste-reduction manual, 28:48, 28:52; FRP manufacturing waste-reduction study, 27:17, 55:26

Davis, Greg: osmotic blister database, 53:4; on seaworthiness/crew/litigation, 36:74; on seaworthiness/survey reports, 34:55; on smoke/CO detectors for boats, 91:10

Davis, Jack, author: “Clean, Green Spraying Machine,” 112:10; “Interlaminar Infusion,: 116:13

Davis, Judy Bell-. See Bell-Davis, Judy.

Davis, Lincoln: vintage outboard engines, 92:68

Davis Yachts: Carson “Buddy” Davis, Jr., obit, 130:10

worker training, 13:54

Dawson, Dudley: on Benetti navigation simulator, 110:4; on boatbuilding to a single standard, 105:4; on chartered boat/T-boat, 37:4; on Ernest Brierley, 41:5; on Jack Hargrave, 41:5; on hauling and launching safety, 52:4; on laminate strength/stiffness/resin content, 56:5; on model testing vs. computer prediction, 55:32; on new committee establishment by SNAME for professional engineer (P.E.) licensure issues, 72:112; on photography for marine surveyors, 80:4; on resistance/shallow-water effects, 60:5; on propulsive efficiency/turbulence/slip, 46:5

Dawson, Dudley, author: “Adaptive Boating,” 73:79; “Calling All Superyacht Designers and Builders,” 91:192; “Design and Engineering (1990s Retrospective),” 60:27; “Faster, Farther, and More Fuel-Efficient,” 44:38; “Fundamentals of Resistance,” 58:26; “The Geometry of Shapes,” 125:50; “Homeland Insecurity,” 112:40; “In Defense of Yachts,” 111:120; “Isolating Engine Vibration,” 34:22; “ISOmetric Exercises,” 48:14; “The ISO Process, Simply Explained,” 55:79; “J.B. Hargrave, Designer,” 43:36; “Keeping It Simple,” 47:57; “Large-Project Management, illustrated,” 101:32; “Laying Out the Engineroom,” 37:26; “Life Lessons,” 124:72; “Mining the Archives,” 98:22; “Once Around the Design Spiral,” 49:8, 50:5; “Professionalism Isn’t About A License,” 95:104; “Rudder Design for High-Performance Boats,” 78:72; “The Savitsky Method,” 126:66’ “Small-Craft Stability,” 54:98; “Trim Control,: 75:140; “We Has Met the Enemy,” 33:88; “We Has Met the Enemy – Part II,” 84:104

Daytona Plastix, Inc.: Marine-Tuff Polymer, 20:56

DBE (dibasic ester) solvent: in acetone replacement/performance, 6:10, 10:8, 10:17, 33:20; replacement for (emulsifier), 20:56; in water-based stripper, 33:75

D.B. Follansbee. See Follansbee, D.B., Inc.

DC electrical systems/equipment: compact distribution panel for all high-current switches, breakers, and fuses, 89:29; design/engineroom layout, 37:26, 73:102, 97:148; grounding, 23:4, 30:38, 30:44, 33:28, 94:84; high-capacity/components/charging systems/sources, 38:55, 38:56, 39:56, 60:27; 76:21; high voltage electric motors, 98:69; installation/operation, 18:44, 57:99, 62:7, 64:5, 76:21; 97:148; integrated load management, 60:27, 62:7, 64:5; overcurrent protection, 36:41, 45:32; SALT monitoring system, 33:75; stray-current corrosion, 33:28, 66:38; suppliers, 19:50, 19:55, 97:148; systems technician certification, 57:99, 57:100; wiring connections/cables, 20:50, 22:4, 23:4, 33:28, 39:56, 62:7, 66:38, 97:148, 98:50

DC electrical systems/equipment, charging systems: alternators/regulators, 19:50, 19:55, 21:4, 23:4, 39:56, 120:52; battery chargers/relay systems, 20:50, 27:24, 27:26, 33:28, 39:56, 120:52; battery installations/engineroom layout, 37:26, 39:56, 73:102, 89:28; connections, 20:50, 21:4, 23:4, 62:7, 64:5, 76:21; brushless DC motors, 92:12; DC-to-DC converters, 76:21; dual/single/parallel house battery banks, 39:56, 41:5; electric starters, 37:26; equalizer and coverter pros and cons, 76:21; fluctuating input voltage and load and speed changes, 92:12; power plant amortization, 120:52. See also batteries, marine; battery chargers, marine

DC tester: pen-sized/Santronics, 34:59

DCM Clean Air: dust control tools/systems, 87:10

DCPD (dicyclopentadiene)-blended, low-styrene resins: applications/strength/performance/problems, 1:30, 2:4, 2:67, 7:50, 8:28, 13:36, 25:8, 36:4, 42:52, 50:46, 52:67, 55:5, 59:30, 66:78, 75:58, 80:40; bucket-and-roller laminating techniques, 45:76; controlling print-through, 7:50, 8:28, 50:46; costs/properties/controlling resin content, 59:30, 59:34; vs. epoxies, 42:52, 55:5; introduction of, 1:30; and osmotic blistering, 15:13, 51:108; photo-initiated, 18:8; repairs/damaged laminates, 43:54, 52:67, 55:5, 66:78, 107:70; puddles, 59:30; secondary-bonding performance, 13:67, 19:44, 25:8, 36:4, 39:19, 52:67, 55:5, 59:30, 59:30, 66:78, 75:58; shrinkage/springback, 45:68, 60:104; styrene emissions/waste reduction, 8:28, 40:17, 40:22, 55:26; and ultraviolet radiation, 75:58; vs. urethane, 75:58; vs. vinyl esters, 42:52; for woven vs. knitted reinforcements, 29:38

DC-to-DC converters: for driving LED lights, 87:80, 115:74; vs. linear voltage regulators, 115:74; and radio frequency interference, 115:74

Deal, D. Scott: on flats-boat market, 30:4

dealers/salespeople: boat shows/sales techniques, 36:60, 36:64; canoe/kayak market, 49:36, 49:40; design input from, 2:60, 9:28; lessons from Boston Whaler, 2:34; paint job/boat markets, 37:47; relationship with manufacturer, 11:5, 11:34; sailboat market, 6:20; tracking labor/materials, 50:59; use of owners’ manuals, 27:46; use of videotapes, 16:22; women’s advisory board, 38:51; yacht market, 40:40

Dean, Paul: on fiberglass itch, 64:5; on soldering stainless steel flat bars on flush-mount bronze through-hull/raw-water pick up, 130:6

deBethune, Chris: on fastening ballast keel, 38:20

DeBord, Frank, author: “Repower,” 116:80

decibel meters, hand-held: for testing soundproofing, 5:42

deck, tooling for: stick-built plug, 28:10

deckbeams, 119:50

deck coverings/coatings, nonskid. See nonskid deck coatings/coverings

deck hardware/fittings, installation/bonding: acrylic adhesive/X-Serts for, 18:4; chocks, 30:8; cleats, 30:8; for carbon fiber laminates/galvanic blistering, 57:30;  for cored laminates, 15:21, 32:44, 34:52, 36:78; epoxy-potted fasteners, 15:21, 32:44, 36:78; hurricane damage and, 30:8; loading/cored construction, 52:40; 3M 5200 sealant for, 15:21, 28:27, 29:4

deck hardware/fittings, manufacture: in-house vs. outsourcing, 35:34; quality control/defects, 54:79. See also hardware, marine; rigging, stainless steel

deck hardware/fittings, used: salvaging/recycling/Sailorman, 60:82

deckhouse: sliding-top, 54:18. See also pilothouse; wheelhouse; windows

decking, prefabricated/panels: balsa-cored, 45:54; cork composite, 41:62; Douglas-fir, 11:52, 18:54; Nomex/carbon, 45:54, 45:62; recaulking teak decks, 131:66; Seacork, 102:14; teak, 5:26, 51:114; 131:66

deck light: Hellamarine halogen reflector lamp, 40:66

deckplate: rebedding/water-saturated flotation foam, 37:48

deck repairs: redecking/Balclutha restoration, 56:10; scarfed-seam/FRP, 37:48; teak, 1:46; waterlogged plywood, 32:44, 52:40. See also caulking/reaming/reefing tools

decks, carbon fiber: composite/Consolidated, 47:34

decks, design considerations/safety: liability, 15:50; side decks, 39:67, 42:88, 69:92; small power cruisers, 39:67

decks, digitally imaged, 102:14

decks, FRP, cored: balsa-cored, 45:54; compressive loads/deck hardware, 52:40; exposed underside/no headliner, 42:52, 42:59; Nomex/carbon, 45:54, 45:62; problems/solutions, 27:61; scarfed-seam repair/deteriorated flotation foam, 37:48; strength/deflection/structural core materials, 52:30. See also hull-to-deck joint

decks, FRP: controlling print-through, 7:50; part fit/fiber-to-resin ratios, 59:30; scarfed-seam repair/deteriorated flotation foam, 37:48; tooling/hull-to-deck joints/part fit, 60:1204; turning/Posi-Turner, 10:52. See also hull-to-deck joint

decks, plywood-cored/FRP sheathed: vs. fiberglass/loading, 40:54, 41:5; finishing, 40:61; vs. foam core/loading, 52:40; lobsterboat work deck, 45:80; waterlogged/repair, 32:44, 52:40

decks, teak: cork and PVC as replacement for, 125:20; 128:6. See also Esthec; Flexiteek; Marinedeck; NuTeak; PlasDECK; SeaDek.

decks, wood planking: power-reaming, 21:60; teak/laid, 45:47; teak/prefabricated, 5:26, 51:114; teak/reconstruction, 1:46. See also caulking/reaming/reefing tools

deck sealants: urethane, 41:44

DecoLite: core for cabinetry, 13:43, 40:42, 40:52, 47:17, 57:110; source, 8:54

Dee, Rick (boatbuilder): boulevardier's boat (sportfisherman), 64:11

Deep Creek Design Inc.: LED lights, 87:80

Deere & Co.: Ammarine 404 marine diesel engine, 19:28

defects, latent, 130:66

dehumidifiers, 122:52

Deknatel, John: on Ray Hunt/deep-V hullform, 50:32

delamination: of core bonds (causes/repair), 9:36, 29:8, 36:34, 96:16; damage assessment/repairs, 25:18, 30:72, 36:34, 96:16, 97:4, 105:26; interlaminar (resin/fiber elongation), 13:33, 39:19, 48:16; low-styrene (DCPD) resins, 2:4, 2:67, 8:28, 52:67, 55:5; Peel Ply/air-inhibited resins, 39:27; of polyester/epoxy bonds, 2:72; of secondary bonds, 19:44, 39:19. See also core bonding, materials/techniques; secondary bonding

Delcam: software for multiaxis turning equipment, 106:10

DeLillo, Michael: on Lee Dana/Bertram Yacht, 43:5

Delta International Machinery Corp.: bench saw, 1:68; Dust Collector/Sweeper, 20:56; miter saw, 3:60; portable bench saw, 45:105; profile of, 94:32; radial drill press, 11:52; Sidekick Saw Stand, 45:105

Delta Marine Industries: CAD/CAM applications, 8:35; fiberglass megayachts, 2:42, 64:52; hull molds, 94:32; 126' expedition yacht, 70:21; transition/commercial fishing boats to yachts, 40:24, 64:52

delta shape circuit racers, 135:26

Deltron automotive acrylic urethane paint: alternative to linear polyurethanes, 19:12

DeMarco, Peter: Integrated Entry Surface Effect Ship hullform, 96:6; obit, 114:10

Dencho Marine: profile/Dennis Choate, 126:56

Denick, Tom: Island Marine/Wilbur 34 redesign/lifting strakes, 45:86

Denison Marine: hurricane-recovery assistance, 20:8; megayacht market, 12:50; Roamer restoration, 4:30

Denmark: yacht restoration, 52:12

Densmore Associates Inc. (DIA): Modular Marine/aluminum kit boats, 43:83

Department of Homeland Security: small vessels security threat scenario, 112:40; America’s Waterway Watch Program, 112:40

De Plessis, Hugo: on the first large fiberglass production motoryacht, and Tarantula high-speed yacht, 115:6

DePlume, Norm, author: “Knowing When to Jump,” 51:128

depthsounder: internally mounted transducer/drag reduction, 45:29

Derecktor Gunnell Inc.: aluminum-fiberglass hybrids, 17:19; consolidated as subcontractor, 47:34; yard boats, 42:34

Derecktor, Robert E., boatbuilder: profile of, 75:126

Derecktor Shipyards: ABS classification, 39:80; Dennis Kozlowski’s ex yacht, 82:8; 105’ motoryacht, 1:20; Mariner 12 meter, 75:126; motoryacht Starlight,64:82; plasma-cut parts/outsourcing, 42:74; Thunderhead ocean racers, 75:126

Dermashield: barrier cream, 21:60

Derrer, Tom: Eddyline Kayaks/Carbonlite 2000, 60:11

desalinator. See watermaker

Deschamps, Laurent: on designing and building in wood/composite construction, 70:5

Design Challenge, Professional BoatBuilder magazine: Brown, Russell, 122:24, 130:52; Burkett, Jerry, 122:24; Bynes, Graham, 122:24; Cerny, Kurt/Island Trail 22 design, 135:36; de Souza, Paulo Alves/Ames, Jon/WWBD 26 Sharpie, 135:36; Devlin, Sam, 122:24, Dowie, Chris, 129:18; Eliasson, Rolf, 121:42; 122:24, 127:20; Fanello, Giuseppi, 129:18; Gilding, Tim, 129:18; Harman, Anthony, 122:24; Heyman, Gabriel, 133:40; Imaginocean Yacht Design, 129:18; Lathrop, Tom, 122:24; Lillistone, Ross, 129:18; Jolley, Eric, 122:24, 130:52; Jonsson, Sigurdur Olafs, 122:24; Marples, John, 133:40; Migueis, Ronaldo Fazanelli, 122:24; Morabito, Margaret and Michael, 122:24; Murnikov, Vlad, 129:18; Nazarov, Albert, 122:24, 127:20, 135:36; Noyes, Daniel, 122:24; Patrix, Ronan/Swift 26 trimaran, 135:36; Patterson, Simon, 129:18; Raspo, Pablo, 129:18; Rodger Martin Yacht Design/3 Nines camp-cruiser, 135:36; St. Joseph Sound Launch/Jon Ames, 127:20; Silver Arrow 860/Albert Nazarov, 127:20; Stimson, David, 122:24; Van Abbema, Mark, 129:18; Vrimbo 39 outboard cruiser/Sjoerd Bouma/Rob Tander, 127:20; Xanthakis, Jannis, 129:18

design drawings/drafting/models: computer-generated vs. hand-drawn, 53:28, 54:3, 54:82, 78:3, 130:80; Frederik Henrik of Chapman, 78:3; half models, 54:3, 54:62, 54:82; Herreshoff, 54:82, 54:92; isometric/perspective, 38:47; Mylars/lofting liability, 38:14; parametric, 40:24; photorealistic/raytracing, 40:48; 2-D/engineroom, 37:26; 3-D model/hull design, 24:62; 3-D models/metal construction, 38:38, 38:47; 3-D drawings/wood interior joinerwork, 40:42, 40:52. See also CAD/CAM (computer-assisted design/computer-assisted manufacture); CAL/NCC (computer-assisted lofting/numerically controlled cutting); computer software, hull design/fairing; computer software, 3-D modeling/graphics; designs/plans; lofting

design/engineering considerations/parameters: in 1990s/retrospective, 60:27; Air-Assist hullform/Scout Boats, 135:6; anchor-stowage systems, 22:29; back-up engineering, 138:80; ballast keel/canting keel, 47:17; ballast keel/lead bulbs, 23:24, 30:4, 49:45; ballast keel/jettisonable keels, 23:24, 23:26; 85:46; bifoil skeg, 118:22; books/references, 12:24, 21:68, 44:54, 49:14, 72:22; bow/built-on, 45:86; bow/bulbous, 57:123, 114:20, 118:8. 121:50; bow configurations/performance, 25:55, 27:4, 45:86, 114:20; bow railings, 42:88; canoe-body draft, 52:4; carbon fiber laminates, 57:30, 73:79; carbon fiber spars, 47:53; carbon monoxide/station-wagon effect/back-drafting, 39:79, 45:32; centerboard housing, 50:18; chines, 58:79, 60:5, 113:32, 138:32; cockpits, 39:67, 42:88, 48:66, 48:79, 114:30; composite/FRP boats, 47:66, 70:5; composite flat-panel construction, 45:62; control station, 48:66, 48:79; cored bottoms/loads/strength, 51:22, 51:24, 51:26, 53:40, 55:5, 120:18; core strength/standards, 34:42, 82:66, 120:18; curved-stepped hull, 54:18, 58:79; custom vs. production boats, 2:60; dashboards, 15:50; deadrise, 58:26; deck/hull fittings (sandwich construction), 34:52, 120:18; deep-V displacement hulls/station-wagon effect, 39:79, 58:26; deep-V hullform, 39:79, 47:16, 50:3, 58:262, 114:20, 134:62, 138:32; deep-V monohulls/Mystic Powerboats, 119:6; deflection/oilcanning, 41:28, 120:18; design/engineering documents, 33:13, 45:14; designing/engineering for production, 2:60, 3:27, 95:64; design ratios booklet, 51:11; design spiral/speed and powering data, 49:8, 59:56, 113:32; Displacement Glider hullform/Alsphere Engineering GmbH, 86:14; displacement to semi-planing hull/Zimmerman Marine, 77:82; displacement study, 59:56, 59:57; double M hullform, 97:10; drag reduction/dimpled bottoms/thighs, 57:15, 58:17, 59:5, 60:11; drag reduction/fish-scale/antifouling roughness patterns, 59:5; drag reduction/internally mounted transducer, 45:29; drag reduction/resistance prediction, 55:32, 58:6, 58:26, 60:66, 118:22; drag reduction/textured films, 57:88, 60:5; dynamic (positive) stability, 23:24, 23:26, 31:20, 36:22, 36:32, 39:4, 42:26, 44:5, 48:8, 48:14, 49:8, 50:11, 54:98, 55:32, 60:66; dynamic stability/high-speed boats, 31:20, 31:28, 33:4, 34:5, 44:38, 72:10; engine/forward location, 51:96; engineroom, 25:42, 37:26, 37:30, 37:34, 46:16, 59:44, 137:34; form/function, 42:88, 79:48, 114:30; free-standing rigs, 55:44, 55:46, 57:7, 72:22; hull resistance/predicting, 116:80; galvanic blistering/prevention, 57:30, 59:5; galvanic corrosion/prevention, 33:28; ghost line/Kiko Villalon, 114:94; green yachts, 117:26; guide to preliminary design, 12:24; head arrangements, 5:50, 39:67; hollow-section girders/in-situ girders, 120:18; hull changes/improved performance, 45:86, 49:8, 65:102, 75:140, 88:62, 113:32; hull loads/framing/cold-molding, 51:36; hull bending/Flevo Jachtbouw, 132:18; hull stretching/extension, 2:42, 7:18, 46:16, 46:26, 47:34, 77:82; hydrostatic loading/hogging/sagging, 51:36; impact loading/bottom slamming, 52:4, 53:4, 53:20, 55:5, 68:32, 70:5, 72:22; impact loading/safety factors, 43:54, 72:22; impact loading/shock loads, 53:40, 68:32, 70:5, 72:22; in Maine lobsterboats, 73:88; integrating aesthetics and structure, 51:45; interior arrangements/decoration, 5:50, 6:34, 9:28; IOR/cruising yachts, 25:55, 30:48, 55:44; IOR/offshore racing yachts, 25:55, 55:44, 60:66; keelbolts/keel attachment, 38:20, 39:4, 40:4; laminate schedules/stress concentrations, 13:36; length-beam ratio/resistance, 58:26; length overall, 49:8, 50:5; lifting strakes, 45:86, 58:79; lobsterboat hullform, 51:96; longitudinal center of gravity/resistance, 58:26, 75:140; longitudinal center of gravity (LCG)/steering, 45:96; 11:9, 11:19, 48:66, 48:79, 53:50; measurement rules/offshore racing yachts, 60:66; modified-V/Deep-V/Stepped-V, 126:36; molded lines/extent of, 59:56, 75:140; navigation stations, 11:9, 11:19, 48:66, 48:79, 53:50; M-shaped hull sportfisherman/Mangia Onda, 80:12; no “magic formula”/internet forums, 130:80; offshore racing/performance yachts, 34:42, 34:48, 35:3, 39:30, 42:26, 43:90, 46:38, 46:43, 48:8, 51:36, 53:50, 60:66, 126:38; pilothouse/wheelhouse/deckhouse, 48:66, 48:79, 54:18, 57:10, 114:30, 115:36; planing catamarans, 47:16; power vs. structure/offshore powerboats, 49:54; Principles of Small Craft Design, 52:43; prismatic coefficient, 58:26; product specifications/standardizing/PILOT database, 49:96, 60:136; propeller matching, 46:52; propeller pitch/sizing/tunnels, 42:74, 44:38, 44:43, 44:45, 44:46, 46:5, 46:16, 113:32; racing shells/kayaks, 41:28, 57:30; resistance/laminar and turbulent flow, 58:6, 58:26, 59:5, 60:66; reverse-tricycle geometry/Sonny Levi designs, 135:26; rigging loads/displacement, 50:18, 51:36, 53:50; round bilge hullform/Unity 24/Paul Bury design, 120:4; round bottom design, 114:20; rudder seating/visibility, 48:66, 48:79; size/geometry/angle location, 34:52, 45:96, 103:160; safety/product liability, 15:50, 34:13; ships vs. boats/small craft, 47:24; side decks, 42:88; small craft, 44:46, 47:24, 48:4, 49:79, 52:43, 79:48; small power cruisers, 39:67, 114:30; speed/length barrier (displacement boats), 8:4, 29:72, 30:4; speed/powering data, 49:8, 59:56, 59:57; 113:32; speed/resistance, 58:26; split hull mold/Orust builders, 82:66; sportfishermen, 1:22, 1:28, 39:70, 39:79, 114:30; squatting/spray, 45:86, 113:32, 114:20; spray rails, 60:5; Standard Specifications for U.S. Navy Craft, 52:43; steering systems, 42:88, 45:96, 53:50; stepped chine, 46:16, 58:79; stern bulbs, 118:22; stern configurations, 25:55, 27:4; structural adhesives/bonding, 41:44, 41:48; submerged torpedo-like hull/SWATH, 129:40; surface-propelled boats, 2:55; SWATH hull (small waterplane area twin hull), 117:26; SWEEP bulbous bow, 112:10; transom corners, 58:79; trends/myths, 30:4, 113:32, 130:80; trihedral/stepped-cavity hullform, 49:42, 85:76; trim angle, 58:26; triple chine, 114:20; tugboats/yard boats, 42:34; tunnel hulls, 44:38, 44:46, 46:5, 46:16, 49:42, 59:10, 72:10; velocity prediction program (VPB), 79:48; venturi slot, 53:50; wavemaking/drag reduction (displacement boats), 26:31, 28:6, 29:4, 58:26, 60:66; water ballast, 53:50, 53:61, 79:48; weight and centers calculation, 59:56, 59:57; weight estimating/management/stability testing, 42:26, 44:5; weight estimating/propulsion efficiency, 44:38, 59:56; windshields, 42:88; Yacht Designs II/William Garden, 21:68; yacht standards/comfort, 40:24, 137:34; Yacht Style/Daniel Spurr, 44:54. See also CAD/CAM; computer software, hull design/fairing; design drawings/drafting/models; designer/naval architect, profession/responsibility; designs/plans; displacement hulls; model testing; performance prediction; planing hulls; product liability; product lines; speed, estimating; stability, dynamic/positive; weight (hull), controlling/reducing

design/engineering schools: composites engineering, 58:104; licensure and, 47:24, 58:104. See also education; Landing School of Boat Building and Design, The; Westlawn Institute of Marine Technology

designer/naval architect/engineer, profession/responsibility: Boat Plans International/recruitment for designers, 28:6; builder’s contracts and, 37:60; builder-designer relationship, 3:27, 40:12; builder-designer relationship/NC lofting, 25:4, 38:14; client-designer relationship, 21:68; defined, 9:64; design contracts (drafting/negotiating), 40:12; educational courses for, 101:106; expert-witness work/forensic engineering, 47:24, 50:18, 50:20, 50:25, 56:53; history, 60:66, 100:120; insecure line of work, 51:128; liability/coverage, 40:12, 43:3; licensure/Professional Engineer, 43:3, 47:24, 49:4, 51:6, 56:53, 58:104, 74:5, 76:36; 98:112, 100:3, 100:120, 101:106, 102:4; Ship Design Engineering, 56:53, 72:22; weight/stability, 42:26. See also lofting

designers, interior. See interior designers

designs/plans: copying/anti-splashing legislation, 45:21; Herreshoff, 54:82, 54:92; preservation/Mark Kellogg, 21:12; source/BOAT/U.S database, 30:54; source/Boat Plans International catalog, 28:6. See also design drawings/drafting/models

Design Systems and Service: Fast Yacht software, 7:18, 18:4

De Souza, Paulo Alves:Design Challenge, WWWBD 26 Sharpie, 135:36. See also Jon Ames.

Destriero: Donald L. Blount and Associates, 102:4; 109:5, 100; 113:4; sea trials, 110:50, 111:4; speed/length ratio, 126:38; trim tabs, 111:4; vs. Moonraker, 126:38; and Virgin Atlantic Challenger Blue Riband Award, 135:26

Det Norske Veritas: advanced-composites research, 47:57; safety standards/testing cored composites, 34:42, 34:45, 63:38, 68:32

Detroit Diesel Corp.: DDEC electronic management system, 14:34, 14:38; electronically controlled/low-polluting engines, 27:61; megayacht engines, 12:50

Devcon Environmental Products: spill prevention/control brochure, 21:60

DeVilbiss Ransburg Industrial Coating Equipment Co.: HVLP spray systems, 34:35, 37:42; IGHU-530 spray gun, 37:42; Maximizer HVLP spray gun, 34:35; OMX spray gun, 37:71; profile, 37:71; spray-finishing manuals, 26:54; spray-finishing workshop, 28:54

Devlin, Sam: Edward S, Dawson Sockeye 45 design, 85:10; Design Challenge, 122:24; Godzilla tugboat, 85:10

Devlin, Sam, author: “Spraying Linear Polyurethanes,” 19:12

Devlin, Sam: Design Challenge, 122:24

Devlin Designing Boat Builders: CAD/CAM applications, 7:18, 8:35

De Vries Scheepsbouw (Aalsmeer, Netherlands): composites fabrication of hatches and hatch rings, 132:24; “concurrent painting.” 77:52; D. Bonsink Trading Company fairing putty machine, 120:38; pre-preg temperature and cure cycle monitoring, 132:24; profile of, 77:70; in-house composites skills, 132:24

DeWalt Industrial Tool Co.: cordless drill/driver, 48:86; extra-long, high-speed twist drill bits, 35:58

DeWalt, Peter: on damage tolerance, 82:4

Dexter Corp.: Frekote Aquiline GP-100 (water-based), 19:59; Frekote 44NC, 59:76; Frekote polymeric mold-release, 12:27, 13:11; tooling maintenance/troubleshooting video, 25:59

Dherlin, Roger: on trademarks, 14:4

DIAB: expanding production in foam cores, 62:12; Divinycell H-grade for PVC foam cores, 70:44; Grid Score Thin (GST) core materials, 138:6; International Sandwich Symposium, 102:14; MX 10-8 foam core/strength to weight ratio, 138:6; ProBalsa Plus, 52:30; One Directional Cut (ODC), 138:6; and SP Systems, 61:116, 70:44

diacetone alcohol (DAA-FRP): non-acetone resin cleaner, 25:59

diagrams: for electrical and plumbing systems, 132:80

diamond abrasives. See abrasives, diamond

diamond-grit saw blades. See saw blades

Diamond Machining Technology: flat-file sharpener, 19:59; whetstone sharpener, 1:68

Diamond Saw Works: Sterling saw blades, 12:60

Diana Yacht Design: megayacht construction/market, 12:50

diaphragm pumps. See pumps, diaphragm

Diaship: megayacht construction/market, 12:50

DiaTrim Tools Ltd.: Diavac dust extractors, 4:58; dust collectors/extractors, 28:38, 28:46, 28:47; Festo air-driven sanders and cutters, 5:26; Portavac dust collector, 34:59

dibasic ester. See DBE (dibasic ester) solvent

Dickes, Geoff: designer/Boomer sportfisherman, 57:110

DICKEY-john Corp.: Custom Instrumentation Package, 21:60

Dickison, Dan, author: “Two of the Many,” 87:26

Dickman, Michael W.: on environmental protection (manatee) vs. recreation, 5:7

dicyclopentadiene. See DCPD (dicyclopentadiene)-blended, low-styrene resins

diesel fuel: asphaltine contamination, 112:100, 115:112, 122:52, 126:30; and biocides, 115:112, 122:52; comression ignition (CI) principle, 115:112; demulsifiers, 126:30; E-Diesel, 116:28; filters for, 126:30; fuel dyes, 115:112; fuel filters/centrifugal separators, 115:122; fuel polishing system for, 112:100, 115:112; grading/cetane measurement of diesel, 115:112; large cyclinder vs. small cylinder engines efficiencies, 107:82; portable ground fuel polishing unit, 122:52; soy-based (biodiesel) production/applications, 34:55; 77:21, 115:112, 116:28; Rudolph Diesel's engine experiments with vegetable oils, 77:21; stabilizers, 122:52; storage, 122:52; sulfur content, 115:112, 126:30; thermal expansion, 87:4, 112:100; vacuum gauge, 126:30; vent dessicant for spore and water vapor, 122:52; water contamination/bio-contamination, 115:112, 126:30; water-in-fuel alarm, 126:30

diesel waterjet outboard engine: 70:21

Difede, Rich: Gold Coast Yachts/outsourcing, 37:16, 37:18. See also Gold Coast Yachts

differential-scanning calorimeter (DSC): for monitoring cure rate, 14:48

Digital Technologies (Seattle, WA): Trimble GS200 laser scanner, 99:/shrinkage for exact tooling allowance, 99:20

digital technology: operating systems, 98:3; and three-cable boat, 97:148

digitizers. See numerically controlled (NC) lofting/cutting equipment

Dijkstra, Gerard (designer): profile of, 89:50

Dildelian, Ira: development of woven roving, 38:30

Dill, Bob: designer/land yacht, 60:11

DiMateo, Nick: on cored borroms, 51:22

dimethylanilene (DMA): accelerator for vinyl ester resin, 6:16, 44:30

dinghies: catamaran with symmetrical hulls/Jerry Burkett, 75:14; Paper Jet 14/Dudley Dix, 110:26

dinghies, sailing: International 14, 134:42; International 141 double-trapeze sailing dinghy, 134:42; market for, 6:31. See also sailboat market/industry; sailboats, racing skiffs/daysailers

Dinsmore, Dan: on marine wiring, 9:5

dioxolanone. See propylene carbonate (PC)

direct current. See DC electrical systems/equipment

dispensing pumps/systems: for catalyst/resin, 1:6, 30:57; for putties/adhesives, 31:68; Gougeon Brothers/crank-operted, 76:80; Patriot SSB System/Magnum Venus Plastech, 111:12

displacement hulls: conventional displacement hull and performance of hybrid systems experiment, 124:54; deadrise, 58:26; displacement/speed calculations, 8:4, 59:56, 59:57, 61:66, 63:86; dynamic stability, 31:28; monohull vs. surface-effect ship, 65:84; speed/length barrier, 8:4, 29:72, 30:4; rocker/hook, 58:26; station-wagon effect, 39:79; trim angles/squatting, 58:26; wavemaking/resistance, 26:31, 28:6, 29:4, 58:26, 59:56, 60:66; weight/propulsion, 44:38, 59:56

distributed power systems, 97:148, 98:50, 108:34; on Malo Sailing Yacht Nada, 119:38; troubleshooting, 119:38

Ditmore, Stephen: on secondary bonding replacement for carrying high loads in critical areas, 20:4; on lofting/planar sheer, 27:4; on the China trade and skilled boatbuilders, 105:4; on Lake George, NY excursion boat (Ethan Allen) loss and U.S. Coast Guard jurisdiction, 101:4; on professional engineer (P.E.) licensure, 72:5; on resin formulations/engineering information, 20:4; on tooling for DuraKore, 16:4

Ditmore, Stephen, author: “Re-examining the Stem and Stern of the Modern Sailboat,” 25:55

dive boat: power catamaran, 59:10; rigid-hull-not-inflatable, 52:12; waterjet-driven, 65:11

diversification/sidelines: Admiral Marine/carbon fiber components for aircraft, 51:11; Brownell/boat stands, 22:32; carbon fiber laminates, 58:36, 58:52; Composite Engineering, 41:28; Consolidated, 47:34; fabrications for Disney World/Disneyland, 54:18, 60:116; Fabrication Specialities, 56:40; Hood, 33:40; Luke/accessories/hardware, 14:26, 14:32; North End/SCRIMP, 44:35; Padden Creek/shower-tub units, 37:16; Rybovich/accessories/hardware, 14:26, 14:32; TPI/exercise pools, 33:36; as survival strategy, 9:13, 12:4, 13:80, 46:72, 47:34; trends, 7:17; ZF Marine/gearboxes and transmissions, 134:18

Divilette: bonding putty (foam cores), 9:36, 9:44, 31:34

Divinycell (cross-linked/thermoset PVC) foam, for FRP sandwich construction: contour-cutting, 9:36; for cored bottoms, 51:22, 51:26; core bonding/installation, 9:36; H-grade, 70:44; in catamaran configuration, 63:106; megayachts, 1:22, 3:5; for Shearwater power cruiser, 115:162; structural core material, 52:30, 54:62

Dix, Dudley, author: “One Hull Fits All,” 110:26

Dix, Dudley: on floating-frame construction/ABS classification, 52:3

Dixon, Bill (designer): custom carbon/epoxy Baltic 70 sailing Yacht, 85:46

DMA. See dimethylaniline (DMA)

document- and boat-management proram, 122:52. See also SeaKits.

Dodge, L.E. (Duffy): profile, 45:3, 97:3

dodger: patterning/canvaswork, 29:54

doghouse: turret-style invicta centerboard yawl/Pearson Yachts, 105:56

dolly, motorized: Power Mover 7000, 15:70

Dolto, Gregoire: on ISO Standard 12215-9 update, 116:4, 119:4

Dometic Marine: Breathe Easy air purifier for air conditioning ducts, 132:6; SmartStart single-phase compressor motor start-up control for start-up current surge, 132:6; SailVac Compact toilet unit, 132:6; WhisperFan controller/pulse width modulation for smoother electrical current, 135:6

Donaldson, Sven, author: “Advanced Spray Gun and Small Impregnator,” 14:59; “Alternative Antifouling Systems,” 7:42; “A Builder's Guide to Watermakers,” 66:26; “C&C – Now,” 92:60; “Fuel Cells,” 69:38; “How and Why Fiberglass Breaks,” 13:33; “Inside Catalina Yachts,” 35:34; “Polyethylene Powerboats from China and Canada,” 11:28; “System Three’s ‘Environmentally Friendly’ Coatings,” 22:55; “Tractor Power,” 93:20; “Turning A Page in Diesel Technology,” 86:74; “The U.S. Sailboat Industry,” 30:48; “Vocational Training Vancouver Island Style,: 79:77; “Waterline Yachts,” 83:72; “Zodiac-Hurricane Technologies,” 48:50

Donzi Marine: Don Aronow and Allan Brown, 104:100; fuel-flow meters, 26:54; and Walt Walters/Wyn-Mill racer/Donzi 16, 132:36

Donzi Yachts: line-boring for bolt-on propulsion system (BOSS)/Seatorque, 128:8

door locks: One Look-One Lock designs/Southco Marine,  112:10

doors: aluminum/Freeman Marine, 41:62

Dorado Marine: PT boat-like fiberglass workboat, 74:9

Dor-Mor: mooring anchor, 30:8, 30:16

Dorworth, Louis C. (Lou): on laminate repair, 66:78; low-temp pre-pregs, 64:82; non-destructive inspection/phased-array UT, 124:26; pre-pregs workshop, 47:57

Dorworth, Louis C. (Lou), author: “Why So Steamed?,” 60:103

dory, planing: C-Dory, 23:41; Nexus Marine, 23:37, 23:41

Dos Santos, Alejandro, author: “The Runner-Up,” 109:30

Double Barrel Marine: jetsprint boats, 57:15

Dougherty, Bob: designer for Boston Whaler, 2:34, 2:38, 102:96

Douglas, Gerry: builder profile/Catalina Yachts, 35:34; on interior design/Viking, 6:34, 6:39; on owners’ manuals/product-liability litigation, 27:46

Douglas-fir: marine-grade plywood panels, 16:12, 16:20, 28:8, 40:54, 42:5; prefabricated decking/panels, 11:52, 18:54

Douglas Marine: designer-builder Peter Hledin/Skater catamaran performance boats, 109:80

Douglass & McLeod: profile/heated locker for rasins and coatings, 52:81

Dow Chemical Company/Composites Laboratory: Derakane epoxy vinyl ester resin/DCPD laminate repairs, 52:67;  Derakane epoxy vinyl ester resin/SCRIMP additives, 44:30; Rovel plastic, 34:59; styrene emissions study/test enclosure, 40:17, 41:5; vinyl ester fabrication manual, 44:36

Dowco Marine: custom-made covers and biminis, 116:10

Dowie, Chris: Design Challenge, 129:18

Downs-Honey, Richard: developments in UV-cured pre-pregs, 131:28; High Modulus/New Zealand advanced composites supplier/engineeer, 55:58, 121:100; “Three Case Studies,” 120:18

Downs-Honey, Richard , author: “The China Trade: The Completely Kitted Composite Boat,” 103:104; “Exploring the Options, Part I,: 119:50; “Wet-pregs vs. Pre-pregs,” 55:61

Dr. LED (Seattle, WA): LED replacements for common marine halogen lights, 115:74

draft: canoe body/offshore racing yacht classification, 48:9, 50:5

draft, shallow/shoal: interchangeable keel/Interkeel, 37:66; and surface propellers, 2:52

draft marks/freeboard: measuring/stability test, 47:63; measuring tools, 42:32, 4:5

drag/resistance: air drag, 58:26, 59:56, 67:136; appendage/propeller, 2:52, 58:26, 59:56; appendage/transducer drag 45:29, 58:26; eddy-making, 58:26; induced/triangular sail planform, 55:44; of planing hullform, 55:32, 58:6, 58:26, 59:56, 67:136; residuary drag, 60:66; small-craft data sheets, 58:26, 59:56; and speed prediction, 59:56, 59:57; viscous (friction) drag, 58:26, 59:5, 59:56, 60:66, 74:54, 85;78; viscous (friction) drag/model testing vs. full-scale testing, 58:6, 59:56, 60:66; viscous drag/reduced drag, 85:78; wavemaking/prediction/model-testing, 55:32, 56:26, 58:6, 58:26, 60:66, 74:54. See also planing hulls; resistance, hull; performance prediction

drag/resistance, reduction: depthsounder installation, 45:29; dimpled bottoms/thighs, 57:15, 58:17, 59:5, 60:11; fish-scale/antifouling roughness patterns, 59:5; internally mounted transducer, 45:29; mechanical controls, 29:58; resistance prediction, 55:32, 58:6, 58:26; textured films, 57:88, 60:5

Dragon Powerboats: Dragon 39 all-epoxy boat with carbon and Kevlar reinforcements, 92:6

drainage: reducing drainage area requirement calculations, 114:4

drawer slides: Accuride ball-bearing slides, 107:14

drawings/diagrams: for owners’ manuals, 27:46. See also design drawings/drafting/models

dredging: ship channels/ACE policy, 51:11

Dreyfus, Tom: on woven roving/cored construction, 29:38

drill, air: applications, 33:64

drill bits: auto-reversing tapping head, 60:104; Bullet, 2:70; for cutting sample coupons/plugs, 49:24, 49:25; extra-long, high-speed twist, 35:58; Scorpion Anti-Slip/drywall screws, 15:70

drill press: Delta 32” radial, 11:52; metal-drilling, 48:56

drills: auto-reversing tapping head for, 60:104; DeWalt cordless drill/driver, 48:86; Drill-Mate caulking gun, 13:70; right-angle, 10:52; solid-grip/hammerdrill, 1:68

Drip-Free Packing: stuffing box packing, 29:14, 29:21

driver, pivot: Pivex replaceable-bit, 44:54

drive systems. See propulsion/drive systems

dropcloth: Tape’n Drape, 3:60. See also painting supplies

Drott Manufacturing: Marine Travelift acquisition, 57:133

Drum (monohull): 62:46

drums, resin/gelcoat/chemical: Barrel Harness, 8:54; containers for (Enviropac), 9:56; Drumroll leak-control system, 26:54; storage/inert-gas cap, 15:13

dryers, air. See air dryers

dryers, hot-air: for drying water-saturated flotation foam, 37:48

dry storage. See boat storage, dry-stack

Du Pont: DBE (dibasic ester), 6:10, 10:8, 10:17, 33:20; development of polyester resin, 38:30; 50P isocyanate-free enamel, 15:70, 19:8; FE 241, 30:60; HFC-134a refrigerant, 16:35; Kevlar cutting/machining manual, 43:54; MP 39 refrigerant, 22:56, 26:8; MP 66 refrigerant, 26:8; Nomex Decore, 51:114, 52:4; R-M 858 compound (for gelcoat), 15:44; R-12 (Freon) refrigerant, 16:35

Du Pont Imaging Systems: Quantum QFT-2 ultrasonic scanner, 17:58

Duckboats: 56:10; safety concerns, 63:10

Duckworth, Arnie: developer of DuraKore, 15:34; DuFLEX panels, 59:10, 63:162; on smarter, faster tabbing/WOMBAT Junior tape-impregnating machine, 121:9

Duclos, George: Gladding-Hearn/T-boats, 36:22

ductile material: vs. brittle/cored bottoms, 51:22, 53:4, 53:40, 55:5, 56:5, 59:104; vs. brittle/metals, 51:56, 53:4, 72:22

Duffy Electric Boat Company: electric speedboat, 50:11; Duffy Voyager, 61:52, 76:60; trial of fuel cell powered water taxi, 75:14

Duffy Voyager:wave-piercer, 50:13, 61:52, 76:60

DuFLEX: blasa-cored composite panels, 59:10, 63:162

Duggar, Rodney: on video production, 16:22, 22:42, 22:45

Duke, Bob, author: “The Risky Business of Major Repairs,” 57:74; “Slane Marine: Profile of a Small Yard,” 57:76

DUKWs, amphibious vehicle: 56:10; 63:10

Dumond Chemicals: Peel-Away Marine Safety Strip, 18:54, 31:10, 33:75; Recyclean pressure-washing/vacuum-recovery systems, 33:75

Duppenthaler, Vic: and Sunbird Yachts (China), 103:72; 128:38

Du Plessis, Hugo: on DCPD laminate repairs, 52:67; on English or Metric Units, 103:6; on moisture meters, 66:5; on safety aspects of boats built with modular moldings, 79:8

Duppenthaler, Vic: on blister repairs, 16:42; on bottom prep/environmental compliance, 31:10, 31:16; on diversification/Padden Creek Marine, 37:16; on gelcoat maintenance/restoration, 15:44

DuraCraft: 69:52

DuraKore end-grained balsa, strips: costs, 15:34; joining end-to-end, 15:34; Ocean Surfer/Dick Newick, 122:40; one-off applications, 1:20, 2:12, 15:34, 34:18, 34:21; print-through/post-curing, 34:18, 34:21; strength/stiffness, 15:34; strip-planked construction, 34:18, 34:21, 77:82; strip-planked construction/tooling, 15:34; tooling for, 16:4; vs. foam core, 15:34. See also balsa core (end-grain), in cored/sandwich construction; Baltek Corp.

DuRant, Suzi, author: “Prop Re-Pitching Made Easier,” 119:6

Duratec: for plug/high-temp tooling, 59:76; polyester epoxy bondcoat, 49:59, 51:6; sanding/fairing, 59:76; vinyl ester primer, 34:21, 42:59

Duroboat: interlocked aluminum boats, 4:42

durometers. See Barcol hardness tester; Shore tester

Dusseldorf Boat Show, 115:128

dust, fiberglass: controlling, 28:38, 29:4, 84:10, 129:8; definition, 28:39; Dustron booth/J & J Marine, 104:78; and secondary bonding, 20:32; static electricity and, 22:12, 48:86

dust, wood: controlling/Blovac air gun, 8:54; controlling/Bad Dust Containment Systems, 129:8; exposure limits/1989, 1:30. See also dust collectors, for air-driven sanders and cutters; dust-collection/extraction systems

dust-collection/extraction systems: anti-static gun/Nuclejet, 48:86; benefits/types, 28:38, 28:47, 84: 10, 84:10, 87:10; Bad Dust Containment Systems/centrifugal air current, 129:8; for bottom prep, 31:10; centralized systems, 28:38; Delta Dust Collector/Sweeper, 20:56; Diatrim’s heavy-duty air saw trimmer with dust extractor, 84:10; Dustcontrol/Transmatic, 28:38, 28:46, 28:47; exhaust, 28:38; Hutchins Manufacturing Company surface sanding equipment, 85:4; ionizing blow-off guns/The Neutralizer, 129:8; Portavac, 34:59; in Scandinavia, 2:67; separators, 28:38; sources, 28:46, 87:10; for vacuum-bagging, 28:38. See also vacuum cleaners/systems; ventilation systems, shop

dust collectors, for air-driven sanders and cutters: AirWall, 13:70; Dust Muzzle, 19:59, 66:5; Festo/Diatrim, 5:26; pollution control, 29:4; Powermatic Artisan 73, 18:54; Sand Trap 73505, 20:56;  sources, 87:10; Vacuum Sanding Systems, 20:56

dust control: sanders, 84:10, 87:10; through-the-pad vacuum sanding/Hutchings Manufacturing Co., 85:4

Dustcontrol/Transmatic: dust extractor shrouds, 28:38, 84:10; dust-collection systems, 28:38, 28:46, 28:47, 84:10

dust mask: improved, 3:60

dust, wood: Oneida Air Systems dust collection, 87:10

Dutch Carbon Yachts (Netherlands): D Carbon 36 carbon constructed sailboat, 104:12

dye penetrant testing, 111:26; 113:4

Dyer 29: center console with cuddy cabin, 82:8

Dykem machinist’s dye: for sanding/fairing plug, 59:76

Dyna: welded aluminum yacht and Morag Mhor. 86:4

Dynabrade, Inc.: DA pneumatic sander, 33:58, 33:64; Dynaline finishing sander, 42:74; Dynorbital random-orbit wet-sander, 17:58

Dynaloy, Inc.: Dynasolve M-30 solvent replacement, 20:56

dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) testing: 87:62

dynamic stability. See stability, dynamic

dynamometer: composites testing, 48:16, 56:26

Dynamote Corp.: inverter supplier, 25:34, 25:40

Dynaplane Design: stepped planing boat, 97:164; 116:40

Dynarig: furling system for/Gerard Dijkstra design, 89:50

DynaYacht Inc.: builder profile/DynaFlyer 40, 47:17; canting ballast/twin foil, 76:10; merger with Reichel/Pugh, 76:10

Dynel: applications, 11:5; 85:10