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Degradation of properties

During in-service conditions, the properties of the material may be degraded due to, for example, environmental influence, chemical attack, wear and accumulating damage. These effects need to be considered when predicting service-life and performance of materials and products.

Building Materials

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Lars Wadsö

Telephone: 046-222 95 92

Department of Fire Safety Engineering

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Patrick Van Hees

Telephone: 046-222 17 19

Materials Engineering

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Srinivasan Iyengar

Telephone: 046-222 79 84


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Aylin Ahadi

Associate Professor
Telephone: 046-222 30 39

Per Hansson
Telephone: 046-222 30 78

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Solveig Melin
Telephone: 046-222 30 37

Pure and Applied Biochemistry

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Cedric Dicko

Telephone: 046-222 82 62

Solid Mechanics

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Stephen Hall
Telephone: 046-222 45 89

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Håkan Hallberg

Associate Professor
Telephone: 046-222 90 92
Personal Homepage

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Matti Ristinmaa

Professor, Assistant Head of Department
Telephone: 046-222 79 87
Personal Homepage

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Per Ståhle

Telephone: 046-222 39 90
Personal Homepage

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Mathias Wallin

Docent, Ass. Prof.
Telephone: 046-222 79 94

Structural Mechanics

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Per-Johan Gustafsson

Telephone: 046-222 49 22

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Erik Serrano

Telephone: 046-222 03 19