Corrosion and fatigue health monitoring systems appraisal for offshore steel structures

@inproceedings{Denecker2016CorrosionAF,
  title={Corrosion and fatigue health monitoring systems appraisal for offshore steel structures},
  author={M{\'e}lanie F. C. Denecker and Laurent Gaillet and Sylvain Chataigner and J. Williams David and Richard C. Michel and Yannick Falaise},
  year={2016}
}
Offshore structures are faced to aggressive environmental conditions (sea salt, biocolonization), and to high mechanical fatigue due to cyclic wave loading. Because of these conditions, the ir maintenance plays a key role in their reliability over time. The use of monitoring in such a case could allow drastic decrease of maintenance costs provided safe and reliable systems may be applied on site. The presented work introduces our laboratory investigations concerning different electrochemical… CONTINUE READING

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