Diagnostic Techniques for Sewer Systems

@article{Makar1999DiagnosticTF,
  title={Diagnostic Techniques for Sewer Systems},
  author={Jonathan M. Makar},
  journal={Journal of Infrastructure Systems},
  year={1999},
  volume={5},
  pages={69-78}
}
  • J. Makar
  • Published 1 June 1999
  • Engineering
  • Journal of Infrastructure Systems
The National Research Council Canada has recently completed a project to assist the city of Montreal in determining the condition of its water and sewer system. The National Research Council Canada staff members reviewed available and developing diagnostic techniques for both systems, conducted experiments on nondestructive evaluation methods and provided general scientific advice during the course of the project. This paper presents a review of current technologies for inspecting brick… 

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