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How to Inspect a Structure Using Acoustic Emission Testing?

How to Inspect a Structure Using Acoustic Emission Testing?

Acoustic emission (AE) is defined as the physical phenomenon in which a material generates elastic waves when subjected to stress or deformation. These signals are registered using a non-destructive test method (NDT) called the acoustic emission test. An acoustic ...

How Climbing Formwork Makes Concrete Construction Easy?

How Climbing Formwork Makes Concrete Construction Easy?

Climbing formwork is a special type of formwork that rises along with the progress of vertical concrete construction. It can move on its own by using an electric or hydraulic jack. Such formworks are also called self-climbing formworks. It ...

How to Protect Metal Roof Panels in Cold Climates?

How to Protect Metal Roof Panels in Cold Climates?

It’s a well-established fact that metal buildings are strong and durable and serve as an excellent option for cold and snowy climates. However, to ensure maximum advantage, roof maintenance and snow removal should be performed regularly. A number of ...

All You Need to Know About Directional Boring

All You Need to Know About Directional Boring

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