Authors:Vlasta Harbul’áková, Alena Luptáková, Nadežda Števulová, and Pavlína Rutarová
Biocorrosion of natural and synthetic materials is an irreversible biochemical process, where a significant participation of bacteria societies takes place. The biocorrosion of concrete sewer pipes is caused mainly by the sulphuric bacteria and sulphate-reducing bacteria (SRB) forming a part of the biological circulation of sulphur and its compounds in biosphere. The aim of this work was to simulate a biocorrosion and to study the effect of simultaneous action of
) and sulfate-reducing bacteria on concrete samples under model conditions. The biocorrosion effect has been proved and a further study is planed.
Böröczné Szabó, M. & Beczner, J.
(1989a): Az élelmiszeriparban alkalmazott műanyag bevonatok biokorróziós viselkedése I. (Biocorrosion of polymer-based paints int he food industry. I.)
Authors:Zsuzsanna Nagymáté, Katalin Nemes-Barnás, Gergely Krett, and Károly Márialigeti
up to 10 6 cell ml −1 [ 3 ]. Thereby, microbial-mediated processes, such as biofilm development, nitrification, and biocorrosion, can occur in DWDS [ 4 ]. Ammonium-triggered nitrification can cause deterioration of water quality through, e