Final report of the preliminary study of the project “The role of microbiological biofilm communities for degradation of sprayed concrete in subsea tunnels”
There are today over 30 subsea tunnels in Norway. These tunnels, built since the early 1980’s, connect islands and peninsulas in the fjord dominated landscape. Several new subsea tunnels are also planned in the near future, within the ferry-free coastal route E39 project. This report summarizes the activities of the pre-study for the project 10 "The role of microbiological biofilm communities for degradation of sprayed concrete in subsea tunnels".
Norwegian Public Roads Administration
microbiological biofilm communities
Chalmers Open Innovation Networks (COINS)