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This information packed volume describes corrosion and chemical resistant masonry materials necessary for buildings and equipment requiring such materials. Written by 40 authorities, it covers a broad variety of materials, from structural materials, membranes and lining systems, to inspection and failure analysis.This will enable practicing engineers and architects to write specifications and instructions, and draw details, for proper installation of such masonry materials and equipment. It will also be of use to a wide variety of manufacturing and chemical process industries. Content: Front Matter • Preface • Table of Contents •Section I. Introduction 1. An Engineer Looks at Chemically Resistant Masonry 2. An Architectural Specifier Looks at Corrosion Resistant Masonry •Section II. Structural Materials Supporting Corrosion Resistant Masonry 3. Metallic Shells 4. Concrete 5. Timber as a Structural Material to Support Chemical Resistant Masonry • 6. Some Notes on Plastics as the Supporting Structure •Section III. Membranes 7. Sheet Linings 8. Fluid-Applied Membranes • 9. Rigid Nonmetallic Membranes 10. Hot Asphalt 11. Fired Glass and Porcelain as Membranes • 12. Lead as a Membrane 13. Glass Fabric Reinforced Furan Membranes 14. Epoxy/Phenolics •Section IV. Masonry Units 15. Acid Brick and Silica Brick 16. Carbon Brick 17. Closed Cell Foamed Borosilicate Glass Block Lining System 18. Refractory and Insulating Firebrick 19. Specialties 20. Ceramic Tile •Section V. Mortars and Grouts (for Tile) 21. Silicate Mortars and Grouts (for Tile) 22. Silica Mortars 23. Sulfur Mortars 24. Phenolic Resins 25. Furan Resins 26. Epoxy Resin Chemically Resistant Mortars 27. Polyester and Vinyl Ester Resins 28. Acrylic Polymer Mortars and Concretes 29. Hydraulics •Section VI. Castables, Machine Grouts and Polymer Concrete• 30. Silicate Castables, Grouts, and Polymer Concretes 31. Polymer Portland Cement Concrete 32. Polymer-Impregnated Concrete 33. Polymer Concretes •Section VII. Monolithics 34. Trowelled Epoxy, Polyester, Vinyl Ester Monolithic Linings 35. Spray Applied Epoxy Surfacing • 36. A Note on other Monolithics: Epoxy-Phenolics and Urethanes 37. Gunned Linings •Section VIII. Expansion Joint Components and Reinforcements 38. Expansion Joint Components • 39. Ceramic Fibers • 40. Organic Fibers • 41. Carbon Fibers • 42. Use of Fluorocarbons in Expansion Joints • 43. Prefabricated Expansion Joints •Section IX. Rigid Thermoplastic Fabrications 44. Rigid Thermoplastic Fabrications •Section X. Designing Chemically-Resistant Masonry Constructions 45. Designing with Chemically-Resistant Masonry •Section XI. Uses of Nonmetallic Chemically Resistant Materials in Waste Handling 46. Uses of Nonmetallic Chemically Resistant Materials in Waste Handling •Section XII. Prestressed Brickwork 47. Prestressed Brickwork •Section XIII. Special Subjects 48. Chimneys 49. Coatings for Nuclear Power Generating Stations 50. Sulfur Spray Coatings 51. Pulp and Paper Industry Use of Corrosion Resistant Masonry Construction •Section XIV. Inspection and Failure Analysis 52. Inspection and Failure Analysis Index
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