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Corrosion Protection Critical for Infrastructure Assets
Civil
Wednesday May 30 2018

Corrosion Protection Critical for Infrastructure Assets

Over the 10 years to 2027, Australian households, businesses and governments are expected to fork out $2.018 trillion in building new homes, commercial buildings, and civil...

Combination Coatings Create Infrastructure That Endures
Infrastructure
Tuesday June 28 2016

Combination Coatings Create Infrastructure That Endures

The use of multiple coating processes in tandem can significantly heighten the durability of steel-based infrastructure items such as bridges, making them far more resistant to corrosion-related degradation and...

Insulated Brick Veneer Exteriors Can Better Withstand the Cold
Technology
Thursday June 2 2016

Insulated Brick Veneer Exteriors Can Better Withstand the Cold

The long-term performance of brick veneer and metal stud wall systems can be significantly enhanced via the incorporation of better insulating measures.

Concrete Protection Depends Upon Environmental Conditions
Technology
Wednesday June 1 2016

Concrete Protection Depends Upon Environmental Conditions

Consideration of environmental factors is of key importance when selection methods for the protection of concrete structures and the prevention of degradation or spalling.

Bay Bridge Still Leaks Despite Plugging
Infrastructure
Friday January 9 2015

Bay Bridge Still Leaks Despite Plugging

Problems continue to plague the rebuilt eastern section of the iconic San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, with internal leaks continuing amidst recent storms despite the use of...

“Macrocells” Hasten Corrosion of Underwater Structures
Buildings
Wednesday January 22 2014

“Macrocells” Hasten Corrosion of Underwater Structures

A team of scientists from Italy have found that "macrocells" of electrical current can trigger or exacerbate the corrosion of steel and concrete structures in maritime...