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Testing shows elevated lead levels in Pittsburgh water
Testing shows elevated lead levels in Pittsburgh water
Lead levels in Pittsburgh's drinking water are back above the Environmental Protection Agency's action level of 15 parts per billion.
The story of a once-unusual material with a still-unusual property
The story of a once-unusual material with a still-unusual property
In the 1980s, a new type of material was discovered. It upended the definition of a crystalline material because its atoms were arranged in a strange, non-repeating manner that was also not entirely chaotic.
Nickel-based coatings may slow corrosion in solar power plants
Nickel-based coatings may slow corrosion in solar power plants
New research at the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory is aimed at mitigating corrosion levels in concentrating solar power plants with nickel-based coatings.
Testing for microbiologically influenced corrosion in humid air
Testing for microbiologically influenced corrosion in humid air
Researchers with the Southwest Research Institute conducted experiments to evaluate the presence of microbiologically influenced corrosion under high and low relative humidity conditions when storing spent nuclear fuel in dry storage systems.
Characterizing severe bridge pile corrosion in a marine environment
Characterizing severe bridge pile corrosion in a marine environment
Divers conducting inspections of the Mickler-O'Connell Bridge detected heavy corrosion of the steel H-piles. Researchers suspect microbiologically influenced corrosion caused localized degradation.
The three major types of automotive aluminum corrosion
The three major types of automotive aluminum corrosion
As the aluminum F-150 generation enters its fourth year on the market and its two top truck competitors Silverado and 1500 join it with increased aluminum content, repairers should familiarize themselves with the types of corrosion which can occur on t...