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- Song, Jinlong, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Journal of colloid and interface science 2019 v.541 pp. 86-92
- abrasives; buildings; coatings; concrete; corrosion; hydrophobicity; leaves; roads; strength (mechanics)
- ... Reinforced concrete is widely used in civil engineering due to its outstanding mechanical properties and low cost. However, icing and corrosion on concrete-based facilities such as roads, dams, and bridges often cause safety issues. Superhydrophobic surface with completely water-repellent properties that are inspired by the lotus leaf in nature, has great potential to solve this problem, however, ...