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  • V.-M. Archodoulaki, G. Kuschnig, S. Lüftl, M. Werderitsch
  • 2010
The paper reports the results obtained in the course of the analysis of a failed silane modified polyether (SMP) sealant. The sealant was applied in the socket area to prevent leakage of old cast iron drinking water pipes. It failed after a lifetime in service of 2 years. The investigations by means of thermogravimetric analysis (TGA), dynamic scanning(More)
To develop a matched sealing material for socket rehabilitation of grey cast iron pipes, an epoxy resin is modified by the addition of different components to improve the flexibility. Three different modifications are made by adding ethylene-propylene diene monomer (EPDM) rubber powder, reactive liquid polymer (ATBN) and epoxidized modifier. In this paper(More)
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