Explain the scaling - underwater inspection of bridges, Civil Engineering

Explain the Scaling - underwater inspection of bridges?

Scaling is the gradual and continuing loss of the surface mortar and aggregate over an area. This condition is commonly formed at the water line on piers and piles and is more common in colder climates.

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