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  • Surface Preparation for Concrete and Wood Substrates
    Surface preparation is considered to be the most important step of any resinous flooring application. Improper surface preparation could turn what seems to be a simple process into a lengthy, difficult repair.
  • Priority Table Rationale for Electrical Substations
    the probability of failure and the impacts of failure to the customer. This paper explores the "Priority Table Rationale" with concrete examples from Hydro One's power system. Hydro One (formerly Ontario Hydro) has used IR Preventive Maintenance since the late 1970's, long before Preventive Maintenance
  • Fiber Orientation Visualization with Avizo Fire 3D analysis software
    The application of fiber orientation visualization, fiber orientation simplification, and its evaluation that will be described in this paper, were applied on a so called Ultra High Performance Fiber Reinforced Concrete (UHPFRC) being used for the on-site repair of bridges in Slovenia. The image
  • A Change in Speed Control Strategy Ramps up Production for Steel Company
    TSA Manufacturing in Omaha, Neb., provides steel products and services to the construction, precast concrete, and structural steel markets. One machine-a thread roller that makes long steel threaded rods up to 1 in. diameter used in bridge construction-required extensive maintenance and replacement
  • Thermographic Monitoring of Refractory Lined Petroleum Refinery Equipment
    . Refractory is a temperature-resistant lining similar to concrete that is used to line refinery equipment that operates at very high temperatures. The refractory lining protects the outer shell of the piping and vessels from the hot gas and catalyst circulating inside the process plant. Failure of refractory
  • A century of progress in aircraft materials - Part 1 Wood and Fabric
    . Technicians placed three layers of spruce plywood strips saturated with casein glue in the bottom half of a 21-ft-long concrete mold. They put an inflatable rubber bag on top of the material, then bolted on the top half of the mold. The bag was inflated, uniformly pressing the plywood

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