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Research Article | 08-February-2019

ANALYSIS OF CONCRETE CORROSION OF MANHOLE LOCATED NEAR SOURCE OF ODOROUS EMISSION

Abstract The problem of corrosion of sanitary sewer concrete concerns the elements located just behind the expansion well. Evolving odorogenic substances and bioaerosols spread in the sewage system, cause in adverse conditions both chemical and biological corrosion of concrete. The paper presents the results of tests of samples taken from the top concrete circle and from a corroded cast iron hatch of 7 years old manhole located below the expansion well. Well elements were subjected to a strong

Bożena GIL, Barbara SŁOMKA-SŁUPIK, Katarzyna KOWALSKA, Karol JASIŃSKI

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment, Volume 11 , ISSUE 4, 93–104

research-article | 30-November-2019

LiDAR derived terrain wetness indices to infer soil moisture above underground pipelines

Many major cities such as Sydney have extensive networks of water supply pipelines, including major trunk lines that are ageing and increasingly prone to failure. Many of these pipes are made of cast iron. This material is traditional and has been shown to have excellent long-term durability, with many pipes surviving well past 100 years. Others, however, fail much earlier, and often this is through corrosion of the external surfaces of pipes. Such corrosion usually leads to weakening of pipe

David Bretreger, In-Young Yeo, Robert Melchers

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems, Volume 13 , ISSUE 1, 1–7

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