Interactions Materials - Microorganisms: Concrete and Metals more Resistant to Biodeterioration

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This multidisciplinary book is the result of a collective work synthesizing presentations made by various specialists during the CNRS «BIODEMAT» school, which took place in October 2014 in La Rochelle (France). It is designed for readers of a range of scienti?c specialties (chemistry, biology, physics, etc.) and examines various industrial problems (e.g., water, sewerage and maintaining building materials). Metallic, cementitious, polymeric and composite materials age depending on their service and operational environments. In such cases, the presence of microorganisms can lead to biodeterioration. However, microorganisms can also help protect structures, provided their immense possibilities are mastered and put to good use. This book is divided into ?ve themes related to biocolonization, material biodeterioration, and potential improvements to such materials resulting in better performance levels with respect to biodeterioration: • physical chemistry of surfaces; • bio?lm implication in biodeterioration; • biocorrosion of metallic materials; • biodeterioration of non-metallic materials; • design and modi?cation of materials. The afiliations of the authors of the various chapters illustrate the synergy between academic research and its transfer to industry. This demonstrates the essential interaction between the various actors in this complex ?eld: analysing, understanding, and responding to the scientic issues related to biodeterioration.

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À propos de l'auteur (2019)

Christine LORS, Professeur de l’Institut Mines Télécom, est responsable de la thématique relative aux interactions entre les microorganismes et les matériaux au sein du département Génie Civil & Environnemental de l’École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Douai

Françoise FEUGEAS, Professeur des Universités à l’INSA de Strasbourg enseigne la science des matériaux. Elle co-dirige l’équipe Génie Civil et Énergétique du laboratoire ICube de Strasbourg.

Bernard TRIBOLLET, Directeur de Recherche Émérite au laboratoire Interfaces et Systèmes Électrochimique (CNRSUPMC) est spécialiste en électrochimie notamment appliquée à la biocorrosion.

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