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Peelen, W.H.A. (author), Neeft, E.A.C. (author), Leegwater, G. (author), van Kanten-Roos, W. (author), Courage, W.M.G. (author)
Steel is discarded by railway owners as a material for underground structures near railway lines, due to uncertainty over increased corrosion by DC stray currents stemming from the traction power system. This paper presents a large scale field test in which stray currents interference of a sheet pile wall was monitored in realistic conditions....
conference paper 2012
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Peelen, W.H.A. (author), Neeft, E.A.C. (author), Leegwater, G. (author), van Kanten-Roos, W. (author), Courage, W.M.G. (author)
Steel structures near DC powered railways are expected to be affected by stray current interference. This causes accelerated corrosion rates. Therefore steel is often not used as a building material in these cases, although certain advantages over the alternative material concrete exist. These advantages can include amongst others costs, shorter...
article 2011
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Polder, R.B. (author), Peelen, W.H.A. (author), Leegwater, G. (author), TNO Bouw en Ondergrond (author)
Since about 1980 Corrosion Monitoring Systems have been used in many concrete structures in aggressive environmentworldwide. While these systemswork properly in aboveground environment, some questions have arisen for submerged conditions, e.g. the outer sides of tunnels, piers in seawater or foundations in wet soil. One question concerns macro...
bookPart 2008