Corrosion-Control (CC) Program SIMA (Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activity) Pilot CC (Corrosion-Control) Shop Service Test and Technical Support. Volume 1. Final Report. Sections 1 to 8.
Rept. for 1 Aug-30 Nov 85,
INTEGRATED SYSTEMS ANALYSTS INC NATIONAL CITY CA
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The objective of the SIMA Corrosion-Control Program was to develop a functional and production capability for SIMAs to deliver and support corrosion-control coating systems being used by the Navy in new construction ships and in the maintenance, repair and overhaul of ships in service. This report presents the results of the one-year Service Test of the SIMA San Diego Pilot Corrosion Control Shop at SIMAs. The one-year Service Test was completed on 30 November 1985. The establishment and operation of the Pilot Shop are summarized. For the Production Shop, recommendations are included for organization, manning, equipment, shop operation, shipboard operation, installation kits, planning and training to implement the establishment of a SIMA Production Shop. Originator-supplied keywords Corrosion, Aluminum, Metallizing, Powder coating, Paint, Ships, Thermal spray, Intermediate maintenance activity, Corrosion control shop, Process instruction.
- Coatings, Colorants and Finishes
- Properties of Metals and Alloys
- Marine Engineering