Conservation compendium. Part 10: Corrosion of steel frames behind masonry elevations – assessment a

Author: M.D. Beare (AKS Ward-Lister Beare Consulting Engineers)

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1 September 2015

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Conservation compendium. Part 10: Corrosion of steel frames behind masonry elevations – assessment a

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Conservation compendium. Part 10: Corrosion of steel frames behind masonry elevations – assessment a
Date published

1 September 2015

First published

1 September 2015

Author

M.D. Beare (AKS Ward-Lister Beare Consulting Engineers)

Price

Standard: £9 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

Buy Now

This article continues from the previous instalment in the series, and aims to guide engineers in assessing the extent of corrosion of steel frames and in selecting appropriate treatment methods.

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3
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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