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Published by U.S. Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory in Port Hueneme, Calif .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementby J.S. Muraoka
SeriesTechnical report / U.S. Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory -- R-393, TR-428, R-456, R-495, R-525, NCEL technical report -- R393, etc.
ContributionsNaval Civil Engineering Laboratory (Port Hueneme, Calif.)
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LC ClassificationsGC380 .M87
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL24364690M
OCLC/WorldCa294965675

The first such conference ever held at the Met, the Art, Biology, and Conservation meeting provided an opportunity for close to 40 scientists and conservators to present their latest research on the interactions of microbes and art, and to offer approaches to counter the effects of biodeterioration. Biodeterioration of Wood Carol A. Clausen, Supervisory Research Microbiologist 14–1 Under proper conditions, wood will give centuries of ser-vice. However, under conditions that permit the develop-ment of wood-degrading organisms, protection must be provided during processing, merchandising, and by: Documentary heritage is permanently subject to suffering from physical, chemical, and/or biological alterations. Biological deterioration by microorganisms (bacteria and fungi) causes undesirable changes on material properties. Microorganisms affect different organic, natural or synthetic substrates (cellulose, polycarbonates), metals, and compounds of optical and Cited by:


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Mechanisms of biodegradation and biodeterioration, results of biodeterioration, and methods of biostabilization are covered for a large number of products, making the title relevant for a range of industries and applications, including construction, coatings/paints, medical and pharmaceutical applications, and : Hardcover.

Various studies concerning the deep ocean will be reported, including (a) causes and rates of corrosion and changes in physical properties of metals and alloys, and degradation of nonmetallic materials; (b) physical and chemical parameters of sea water; and (c).

Deep-ocean biodeterioration of materials. Materials; Marine sediments. Figure 9. Species of 1/4-inch-long deep-sea sponges. Typical fouling organisms found in shallow water, such as barnacles, tunicates, and bryozoa, were not found attached to the panels exposed at a depth of 6, feet.

Wooden Panels. The report covers data obtained after exposing 1, test specimens of different materials for 35 months on the Pacific Ocean floor at a depth of 5, This book provides an introduction to biodeterioration - the attack on man-made materials by living organisms.

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The biodeterioration of materials - An appraisal (Reprinted) The biodeterioration of materials is one of the oldest problems of mankind, as testified by Homer, the pyramids, the Bible and other venerable sources of knowledge. Empirical knowledge of the phenomenon and of ways to cope with it are common knowledge.

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FT-IR spectra of landfill samples were recorded by a Bruker Alpha® (Bruker, Germany) instrument in the mid infrared area ( cm-1 to cm-1) in the attenuated total reflection mode (ATR).For the milled lignocellulosic materials the ATR-FT-IR spectra were collected by a Bruker Vertex® with a Pike MIRacle™ Cited by: 6.

Building materials exposed to open air deteriorate due to natural causes. Sun, frost, wind, rain, etc. contribute to a gradual process of weathering.

Biological activity also plays a role, and its interaction with physico-chemical mechanisms is considered central to the understanding of long- term deterioration. A wide range of organisms are covered (including bacteria, fungi, algae, lichens, insects and other invertebrates, birds, mammals and plants) and the types of biodeterioration discussed include: * natural materials such as foodstuffs, wood, metal, stone, cellulose and leather * synthetic products such as paint, adhesives and plastics * structures and systems 5/5(1).

The phrase that an ounce of prevention is better Deep-ocean biodeterioration of materials book a pound of cure is extremely pertinent to biodeterioration. As outlined in the Introduction, preventative techniques are the main option for consideration, whereas remedial treatment is at best only a temporary solution: it does not usually completely cure the problem.

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New York, Halsted Press Division, Wiley [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book. Handbook of Material Biodegradation, Biodeterioration, and Biostabilization, Second Edition gives extensive information on the microorganisms involved in the biodegradation of materials, along with the biocides which are permitted for use according to.

Biodeterioration of Stored Plant Food Material: The stored (unprocessed) plant material (fruits, seeds, etc.) are usually decayed due to post harvest attack of bacteria and fungi. This kind of spoilage is called biodeterioration. However, loss of plant materials before harvest is covered in plant pathology.

This book looks at all forms of concrete biodeterioration together for the first time. It examines, from a fundamental starting point, biodeterioration mechanisms, as well as the conditions which allow living organisms (bacteria, fungi, plants and a range of.

4 INTRODUCTION TO BIODETERIORATION Table Some problems associated with the presence of biofilms on materials Biofilm location Effects Teeth Tooth decay, caries Medical implants Antibiotic-resistant infection, weakening of implant material Heat-exchanger tubes Reduced heat transfer Pipes carrying water or other liquids.

This book summarises key recent research in this subject. Part one looks at theories of biocorrosion and measurement techniques. Part two discusses how bacteria and biofilms result in biocorrosion.

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Deterioration of leather Proteinaceous material is prone to attack, Especially during very early stage. Biodeterioration- composite materials Paintings -that includes easel and mural objects -lead present in pigments form on oxidation lead oxides.

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Featuring senior investigators of specific methods and materials, the papers in this book examine the application. The effects of marine organisms on engineering materials for deep-ocean use / Related Titles.

Series: NCEL technical report ; R By. Muraoka, James S. Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory (Port Hueneme, Calif.) Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation is the Official Journal of the International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation Society.

Types of paper Contributions may be original papers, review articles, case studies, short communications, reports of conferences or meetings, book reviews, or news of forthcoming meetings.

The subject and content. The International Biodeterioration Biodegradation Society was formally established in as an international, multidisciplinary organisation concerned with the biodeterioration of commercially important materials More.

You can contact the Society via the Contact Us page here. Meetings and Events. The Society hosts and promotes a wide. Biodeterioration is the breakdown of food by agents of microbiological origin, either directly or indirectly from products of their metabolism.

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Biodeterioration—Multidisciplinary, Collaborative Research RuthD. Turner 3 2. An Overview of Research on Marine Biodeterioration in Indian Waters R. Nagabhushanam and S.N.

Alam 13 PART 1: FOULING ORGANISMS 3. Mussel Byssal Adhesion /. Herbert Waite 35 4. The Anatomy and Histology of the Mussel Foot with Special Reference to Byssus Glands. Biodeterioration and biodegradation of plastics. Biodeterioration of metals, timber, paper, stone and concrete.

Biodegradation of solid wastes biosorption and bioremediation. Biofilms in biodeterioration processes. Preservation of constructional materials and historical artifacts. Post-harvest decay spoilage of foods and feeds.

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materials and moisture load conditions are also presented. Biological damages of building materials Biodeterioration or ageing During the service life of buildings, natural aging of materials due to different chemical, physical, and biological processes can take place (Figure 1).

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Chapter 8 contains the evaluation of health and safety aspects of biocide application, including topics, such as toxic substance control, carcinogenic effect, workplace.