Effect of Installation Practices on Galvanic Corrosion in Service Lines, Low Flow Rate Sampling for Detecting Water-Lead Hazards, and Trace Metals on Drinking Water Pipeline Corrosion: Lessons in Unintended Consequences
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Modeling the Time to Corrosion Initiation for Concretes with Mineral Admixtures and/or Corrosion Inhibitors in Chloride-Laden Environments Zemajtis, Jerzy (Virginia Tech, 1998-01-19)The application of a mineral admixture, or a corrosion inhibitor, or a combination of both are methods used for the corrosion protection for reinforced concrete bridges. The results of a study on evaluation of corrosion ...
Reconsidering Lead Corrosion in Drinking Water: Product Testing, Direct Chloramine Attack and Galvanic Corrosion Dudi, Abhijeet (Virginia Tech, 2004-07-22)
The ban on lead plumbing materials in the Safe Drinking Water Act (1986) and the EPA Lead and Copper Rule (1991) have successfully reduced lead contamination of potable water supplies. The success of these regulations ...
Corrosion Testing and Modeling of Chloride-Induced Corrosion Deterioration of Concrete Bridge Decks Govindarajan Balakumaran, Soundar Sriram (Virginia Tech, 2012-03-01)Modeling of chloride-induced deterioration of bridge decks by using Fickâ s Second Law of diffusion was performed. The objective of this study is to select suitable input parameters for the model to estimate the service ...