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Physical barriers against marine borers based on synthetic polymers
2020 - IRG/WP 20-30754
Currently in Spain there are no chemical treatments that are really effective against attacks of marine bores in civil constructions within more or less permanent contact with seawater. On the other hand there are also no physical barriers that allow easy placement or execution, and much less offer a minimum guarantee of performance in the medium or long term. In fact, in these recent years there ...
A Lozano, D Lorenzo, M Alonso, J J del Coz, F Álvarez
Selección de hongos reductores de extraíbles del género Ophiostoma, mediante la prueba de opacidad Tween 80
2009 - IRG/WP 08-10677
Wood extractives cause diverse problems in the industry of the wood, the pulp and the paper; among others, they produce pitch deposition during the pulp manufacturing, generating important economic losses for the sector. Recently, to mitigate these effects, it has been proposed the biological pretreatment of chips and the solid wood with colorless fungi of different species from genus Ophiostoma. ...
P Herrera, J Navarrete, C Breuil, E Werner
Rehabilitación del Portón del templo parroquial de San Juan Vicario de Comanja, Michoacán, México
2008 - IRG/WP 08-40431
The pine gate of the San Juan Vicario parochial temple in the city of Comanja, Michoacan, Mexico was rehabilitated. The gate was damaged by termites, worms, fungi and weathering. Gate metallic bearings were rusted. The lower parts of the gate were the most deteriorated. For rehabilitation, galvanized steel bearings were designed and manufactured and then implemented into the building. Replacement ...
J Reséndiz Sánchez, J Cruz de León
Effect of Nano-Silane on Permeability in MDF as a Result of Susceptibility to Moulds and Fungi
2016 - IRG/WP 16-40716
Effects were studied of vapor chamber on specific gas permeability of nanosilane-treated medium-density fiberboards (MDF). Size range of nanoparticles was 20 – 80 nm. Nano-silane (NS) was used at four consumption levels of 0, 50, 100, and 150 g/kg dry wood fibers. Density of all treatments was kept constant at 0.67 g/cm3. Specimens were kept for 18 weeks in vaporized chamber; their specific gas ...
H R Taghiyari, J Norton, A Moradiyan, M Sadegh Taher Tolou Del, H Siahposht, B Moradi-Malek, M Noferesti