Berke NS, Escalante E, Nmai CK, Whiting D
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STP 1276 is the first publication of its kind featuring the most basic as well as state of the art techniques for evaluating reinforced concrete corrosion damage. 13 comprehensive, peer-reviewed papers explore the following topics:
Using assessment information to calculate service life data
How corrosion rate measurements predict time cracking
The relationship between chloride ingress or carbonation front movement and corrosion
The use of models based on finite element analysis
Guard ring electrode usage in corrosion rate measurement
Magnetic field techniques as a non-invasive evaluation method
Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy to examine steel in cement pastes
Case studies involving marine concrete structures and a corroding ice rink.
Modeling the Measured Time to Corrosion Cracking
Newhouse C., Weyers R.
Predicting Times to Corrosion from Field and Laboratory Chloride Data
Berke N., Hicks M.
Finite Element Modeling of Ground Level Potential Measurements of Galvanic Cells on Concrete Pipe
Carlson E., Hall S., Stringfellow R.
Electrochemical Methods for On-Site Determinations of Corrosion Rates of Rebars
Andrade C., Feliú S., González J.
Assessment of Corrosion of Steel in Concrete Structures by Magnetic Based NDE Techniques
Ghorbanpoor A., Shi S.
Paper ID: STP1276-EB