The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 93 (2015) > Issue 8 > Conservation compendium. Part 9: Corrosion of steel frames behind masonry elevations – an introducti
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Conservation compendium. Part 9: Corrosion of steel frames behind masonry elevations – an introduction

This article is the first of two which will discuss the problem of corrosion of steel frames behind masonry elevations. It aims to provide an introduction to this form of construction and to consider the ways in which lack of maintenance can lead to corrosion of the steel frame, before setting out how remedial work should be approached.

Author(s): Eur Ing M. D. Beare (CARE, AKS Ward-Lister Beare Consulting Engineers)