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Underwater Tracks for Marine Railways

Corrosion Damage Models for Steel Girder Bridges

Underwater Tracks for Marine Railways

Sulfide Control: Is There an Option?

Evaluation of Corroded Steel Bridges
In the United States there is a large inventory of corroded steel bridges. The evaluation of these existing bridges is difficult when considering all the uncertainties involved in deterioration....

Repair Welding of Arctic Offshore Structures and Vessels
This paper describes the welding procedure development for repair or field modifications of offshore drilling structures and vessels made with several different steel grades produced for...

The Parking Problem
Corrosion of parking garage decks has become a multi-billion dollar problem, caused primarily by deicing salts that seep into the concrete and attack reinforcing steel. Design and construction...

Rehabilitation of Wharf No. 8—Port of Houston
A routine inspection of wharves at the Turning Basin Terminal, uncovered evidence of extensive damage, including evidence that the 30-inch diameter steel pipe piles supporting Wharf No....

Effect of Wastewater Characteristics on the Sulfide Problem (abstract)
This paper presents an overview of various wastewater characteristics with which the designer should be familiar, and the effect of those characteristics on the sulfide problem, including...

Computer Modeling of Collection Systems for Sulfide Evaluation (abstract)
An overview of two computer models and a nomograph model for sulfide prediction is presented. The first program, 'SULF. BAS', is a Basic Language computer model...

Controlling Sulfide Corrosion in Large Diameter Gravity Sewers (abstract)
The County Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County undertook a major evaluation of sewer system ranging in size from 1. 22 to 3. 65 meters in diameter that transports peak wastewater...

Sulfide Corrosion and Control in the City of Modesto Primary Effluent Outfall (abstract)
The City of Modesto has a 60 inch diameter, 6- one-half mile long reinforced concrete pipeline conveying primary effluent from the primary treatment plant to the remote oxidation pond...

Safety Aspects of Sulfide and Corrosion Studies (abstract)
An overview of the hazards involved in performing sulfide and corrosion studies in sewage treatment and collection systems is presented. Important factors which should be recognized in...

Avoiding Cracks in Brickwork
Many aspects of movement and differential movement have been discussed. However, other movements and effects of movement that have not been discussed may also affect the performance of...

Calcium Nitrite in Concrete—A Corrosion Inhibitor

Shopping for a New Bridge Coat
Total shop coating of new steel bridges appears to be the best armor against corrosion. This alternative is one of three techniques for diminishing the difficulty and expense of painting...

Lift Bridge looks Like Sculpture
A lift bridge built in 1926 over the U.S. Canal at Kaukauna, Wis. was replaced by a sleek new lift bridge whose sculptured shape encloses all the machinery within welded steel box sections....

A Road to Recovery
Inspections of the Golden Gate Bridge revealed that the bridge had localized corrosion near its expansion joints, corrosion of its reinforcing steel, and was severely contaminated with...

KEMCOR—A Chemical and Corrosion Resistant Piping System
KEMCOR is a new underground composite pipe system designed for chemical process use in such industries which require a high degree of corrosion resistance to varying concentrations and...

 

 

 

 

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