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Improved Corrosion Resistant Steel for Highway Bridges Construction

Project Information

Project Abstract: 

The objective of this research study is to produce improved Corrosion Resistant Steel for Highway Bridge Construction. There is a need to develop an economical steel grade that is suitable for use in highway bridge service that does not require a supplemental protective coating. This laboratory research project will produce candidate steels, identify necessary heat treatment parameters, and measure corrosion and mechanical properties relevant to bridge applications.

Research HUB ID: 
2415
Project Status: 
Completed
Project Funding Amount (Contract Award Amount): 
$0
Start Date: 
Sunday, December 31, 2006
End Date: 
Thursday, December 31, 2015
Public Access Plan: 
No
FHWA AMRP Program: 
Infrastructure
FHWA AMRP Activity: 
Pavement and Materials

Contact Information

Team: 
Office of Infrastructure Research and Development
Office:
Office of Research, Development, and Technology

Management Organizations

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Sponsor Organization
Organization: 
Federal Highway Administration: Office of Research, Development, and Technology - Office of Infrastructure Research and Development
Contact Role: 
Project Lead
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Project Managing Organization
Organization: 
Federal Highway Administration: Office of Research, Development, and Technology - Office of Infrastructure Research and Development
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Project Contact
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Performing Organization: 
Organization Role: 
Performing Organization
Organization: 
Federal Highway Administration: Office of Research, Development, and Technology - Office of Infrastructure Research and Development
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