Can help you use data to better predict rates of corrosion of reinforced concrete structures. 11 papers on methods of determining corrosion rates of steel in concrete, plus other issues of interest such as: chloride ingress; effects of pozzolans; concrete properties; corrosion inhibitors; different metals and repair techniques; and mechanisms of corrosion. For research engineers, electrochemists, instrumentation developers, civil engineers; also facilities owners and structural engineers.
Berke N., Chaker V., Whiting D.
Influence of Blast Furnace Slags on the Corrosion Rate of Steel in Concrete
Alanis I., Berardo L., Valentini C.
An Initial Effort to Use the Corrosion Rate Measurements for Estimating Rebar Durability
Alonso M., Andrade C., Gonzalez J.
Comparison of the Polarization Resistance Technique to the Macrocell Corrosion Technique
Berke N., Shen D., Sundberg K.
Corrosion Measurements of Reinforcing Steel in Partially Submerged Concrete Slabs
Aguilar A., Powers R., Sagüés A.
Measuring the Rate of Corrosion of Steel in Concrete
Escalante E., Ito S.
Corrosion Monitoring for Reinforcing Bars in Concrete
Ito S., Kihira H., Matsuoka K., Murata T.
Study of the Corrosion of Concrete Reinforcement by Electrochemical Impedance Measurement
Galland J., Lemoine L., Wenger F.
Quantitative Measurement of the Corrosion Rate Using a Small Counter Electrode in the Boundary of Passive and Corroded Zones of a Long Concrete Beam
Andrade C., Escudero M., Feliu S., González J., Macias A.
Potential Mapping and Corrosion of Steel in Concrete
Böhni H., Elsener B.
The Use of a Potential Wheel to Survey Reinforced Concrete Structures
Broomfield J., Ewins A., Langford P.
Mechanisms of Corrosion of Steel in Concrete
Borgard B., Heidersbach R., Somayaji S., Warren C.
Paper ID: STP1065-EB