corroding


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Therefore, it might start corroding earlier than vertical reinforcement.
This implies that if corrosion cracking can be prevented, or at least decreased, a certain degree of structural strength may be maintained in a corroding RC beam.
In these tests, TuffCor bolts lasted 5,000 hours without corroding, but standard bolts corroded after 1,000 hours.
A new system is being introduced at Sunderland tunnel to replace the overhead lines which have been found to be corroding at a much faster rate than usual.
When the company received a report that said that the accumulated sediment in the pipeline might be corroding it, he reduced the inspection personnel responsible for monitoring the pipeline by 25 percent.
The mat will soak up any battery acid and prevent the acid from corroding the bottom of the battery box.
Therefore, "corrosion" includes "not only the end result, but the ongoing stages of the process of corroding.
The government contended that the pins sold by RAM began cracking and corroding.
Over the years de-icing salts had leaked onto sup porting concrete cross-beams, corroding the reinforcing steelwork.