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 Delamination is not spelled d-o-o-m

"The word "delamination" causes instant visions of a good old boat coming apart at the seams. Worse, those visions may be equated with an unsalvageable hulk lying in the mud of a river bank. Bad jokes have been published of a prospective buyer falling through a deck or into the bilge. These visions and jokes ring somewhat true sometimes, but does a delamination problem predict the end of a good old boat? Is there useful life after delamination? Let's examine the causes, effects, and eventually the cure for this common good old boat problem."
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 (Submitted by Noel Thu Aug 5, 2004 )

  


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