STP Published: 1996

Techniques to Assess the Corrosion Activity of Steel Reinforced Concrete Structures

Editor(s): Neal S. Berke, Edward Escalante, Charles K. Nmai, David Whiting

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.

Table of Contents

CD Newhouse, RE Weyers

C Andrade, C Alonso

NS Berke, MC Hicks

AA Sagüés, SC Kranc

EJ Carlson, RG Stringfellow, SC Hall

JP Broomfield

S Feliú, JA González, C Andrade

A Ghorbanpoor, S Shi

D Whiting, MA Nagi

SJ Ford, TO Mason

PD Krauss, CK Nmai

AA Sagüés, RG Powers

WJ Brickey

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Developed by Committee: C09
Pages: 200
DOI: 10.1520/STP1276-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5332-5
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2009-9