Published: Jan 1983
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As the nature and severity of the problem of chloride-induced deterioration of reinforcing steel in concrete have often been studied, it is not surprising that considerable research and development have been undertaken into ameliorative methods. These methods should either prevent the problem of corrosion of steel during initial design and installation, or, conversely, allow efficient repair or rehabilitation procedures which will extend the life of a structure that is deteriorating due to corrosion of reinforcing steel.