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FYI.

James Cohen
jccpc(--nospam--at)msn.com

----- Original Message -----
From: "Spencer Rogers" <rogerssp(--nospam--at)uncwil.edu>
To: <flood_haz_mit(--nospam--at)egroups.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 17, 2000 8:10
Subject: Re: [flood_haz_mit] Steel frame in the coastal environment?


> At 11:26 PM 5/15/2000 +0000, you wrote:
> >
> >We generally don't even think about recommending steel, but I thought
> >I would ask the list if they knew of any successes that we could
> >research for a frame system in the coastal environment.
> >
> >Thank you,
> >Richard Lindenberg
>
> As a place to start see:
>
> http://www.fema.gov/MIT/corr.pdf
> or
> http://www.fema.gov/MIT/techbul.htm
>
> Corrosion is a far more serious hazard on shorelines with breaking waves
> and salt water than is commonly appreciated.  The above report targets
> corrosion hazards in small buildings but the issues apply to large
> buildings as well.  There is plenty of research available on materials but
> it is found in corrosion engineering literature rather than building
> construction.  Coastal exposure sites are used for accelerated testing of
> many products for inland use.  If it lasts five years near the beach it
> will last forever farther inland.  However, many tests lasting for several
> decades allow prototype conditions for oceanfront buildings to be
inferred.
>  The technical bulletin was based on a more detailed report referenced in
> the bulletin and available from this office.
> There are numerous steel-frame buildings on the coast but proper design is
> necessary to avoid very high maintenance costs.
>
> Spencer Rogers
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>
> Spencer Rogers
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