Tag Archives: Research

Steel Bridge Piling Repairs Using Underwater GFRP—A Case Study

Opened in 1985, the Carajás Railroad ranks as Brazil’s most efficient railway thanks to constant technology investments made by railway management. This 892-kilometer railway links the world’s largest open-air iron ore mine in Carajás to the Port of Ponta da Madeira, in São Luís (MA), Brazil transports 120 million tons of cargo and 350 thousand passengers per year.

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In the Mix Inland

It was a grisly discovery that brought closure to one family struck by tragedy and proved once again, ROVs can be an invaluable tool in inland commercial diving operations.

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The Last Word

Underwater Magazine had the opportunity to speak with Hans VanSumeren, Director of the Great Lakes Water Studies Institute, for this feature. Thank you to Hans for all of your help!

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