Solving for Why
A Janney Technical Center Video Series
SOLVING FOR WHY: Detecting Voids in Slabs with Ground Penetrating Radar
WJE senior specialist Dan Wetherington demonstrates the use of GPR and discusses how we interpret and use the data collected.
SOLVING FOR WHY: Corrosion Evaluation of Reinforced Concrete
WJE engineer Stephen Garrett demonstrates three assessment methods for evaluating corrosion of reinforced concrete structures: half cell potential testing, surface resistivity testing, and instantaneous corrosion rate measurement.
SOLVING FOR WHY: Vacuum Chamber Glass Test
WJE instrumentation specialist Roger Pelletier demonstrates a vacuum chamber test: loading a glass window to failure to determine whether noted surface conditions significantly affected the glass's structural integrity.
SOLVING FOR WHY: Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy
WJE chemist Tonya Werner demonstrates the use of our atomic absorption instrument to identify the concentration of different elements in a mortar sample.
SOLVING FOR WHY: Monotonic tension test
WJE structural engineer Scott Graham demonstrates a monotonic tension test—pulling rebar apart until it breaks—using our Tinius Olsen test machine.
solving for why: metallographic examination
WJE metallurgist Al Stone discusses metallurgical evaluation—common samples, how we identify issues, and how this information helps our clients.
SOLVING FOR WHY: Evaluating Water-to-Cement Ratio
Solving for why: ACCELERATED WEATHERING TO TEST STONE DURABILITY
WJE architect Daren Kneezel explains the process by which we test the durability of dimension stone cladding.
SOLVING FOR WHY: MATERIAL IDENTIFICATION USING FTIR
WJE chemist Kim Steiner walks through one method used to identify materials.