3 edition of Corrosion in Concrete Structures found in the catalog.
March 8, 2005
Written in English
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The book begins with a discussion of the corrosion phenomena, the effect of concrete properties on corrosion, and the precautions available in the construction stage to mitigate corrosion. It covers the theoretical and practical methods in evaluating the concrete structures and new, practical methods to protect steel reinforcement.3/5(1). Corrosion of reinforcing steel is now recognized as the major cause of degradation of concrete structures in many parts of the world. Despite this, infrastructure expenditure is being unreasonably decreased by sequestration and the incredible shrinking discretionary budget. All components of our infrastructure including highways, airports, water supply, waste treatment, energy supply, and.
Steel Corrosion Induced Concrete Cracking presents the latest advances in the origin, mechanism and development of corrosion-induced cracking in concrete. It investigates topics including expansion coefficient and elastic modulus of steel corrosion, rust layer and rust distribution, spatial distribution of corrosion products, the shape of corrosion-induced cracks and so on. An understanding of corrosion in concrete is an essential basis for enabling engineers to decide which structural techniques and building processes are most effective in improving the durability of new or existing concrete structures. In this authoritative new book the fundamental aspects of corrosion in concrete are analyzed in detail.
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Part One of the book tackles theoretical concepts of corrosion of steel in concrete structures. The second part moves on to analyse the variety of reinforcing materials and concrete, including stainless steel and galvanized steel.
Part Three covers measurements and evaluations, such as electrochemical techniques and acoustic emission. As the corrosion of reinforcing steel is recognized as a major cause of degradation in concrete structures, this book provides a comprehensive review of the subject, as well as analysis of the major advances and technological developments that have taken place in recent years regarding the topic and its indisputable societal and economic importance.
The influence of composition and microstructure of concrete on corrosion behaviour is explored. The second half of the book, which deals with corrosion prevention methods, starts with a discussion on stainless steels as reinforcement materials.
An understanding of corrosion in concrete is an essential basis for enabling engineers to decide which structural techniques and building processes are most effective in improving the durability of new or existing concrete structures.
In this authoritative new book the fundamental aspects of corrosion in concrete are analyzed in detail. The book is essential reading for researchers, practitioners and engineers who are involved in materials characterisation and corrosion of steel in concrete structures.
Key Features Provides comprehensive coverage on a broad range of topics related to the corrosion of steel bars in concrete. For readers with a wider interest in corrosion and corrosion protection the new edition of Uhlig’s Corrosion Handbook is recommended.
In Chapter 1 the fundamental aspects of the corrosion. The book examines the different aspects of corrosion of steel in concrete, starting from Corrosion in Concrete Structures book and essential mechanisms of the phenomenon, moving up to practical consequences for designers, contractors and owners both for new and existing reinforced and prestressed concrete structures.
Corrosion of Steel in Concrete provides information on corrosion of steel in atmospherically exposed concrete structures and serves as a guide for those designing, constructing and maintaining buildings, bridges and all reinforced concrete structures.
This new edition incorporates the new European standards as well as USA and other international standards. This book explains the fundamentals of the corrosion of steel in concrete. It is comprehensive and provides a basis for the practising engineer to design concrete structures which avoid the problem using modern concepts and specifications.
A limited discussion of corrosion measurement and repairs is also by: An understanding of corrosion in concrete is an essential basis for enabling engineers to decide which structural techniques and building processes are most effective in improving the durability of new or existing concrete structures.
In this authoritative new book, the fundamental aspects of corrosion in concrete are analyzed in : Hardcover. Corrosion & Protection of Concrete Structures & Buildings Held in partnership with the Australasian Corrosion Association, this course provides valuable information on prevention and remediation of corrosion and deterioration to reinforced concrete structures and buildings.
Classroom instruction is comprised of lectures and discussions. Corrosion of reinforcement in concrete: mechanisms, monitoring, inhibitors and rehabilitation techniques summarises some of the most significant research and its implications. The book begins by reviewing findings from various experiments designed to test the corrosion rate of metals induced by a range of factors.
The corrosion of reinforcements leads to a reduction in the resistant cross-section of the bars (which modifies the constitutive relation of steel in tension) and to a modification of the steel-concrete bond phenomenon owing to the de-confinement of the bars, linked to the creation of the corrosion cracks: these two phenomena alter the mechanical behavior of reinforced concrete in terms of both bearing.
Corrosion is a natural process that occurs when the steel rebar within reinforced concrete structures rusts. In scientific terms, concrete corrosion is defined as the “destruction of metal by chemical, electrochemical, and electrolytic reactions within its environment.” It typically forms as the concrete ages.
Monitoring corrosion in the prestressing strands of post-tensioned [PT] concrete structures is one such example. In post-tensioned concrete structures, the prestressing reinforcement is located deep within the structure and is difficult to access.
The reinforcement in these structures when exposed to. Its originality lies in the coupling between the reinforcement corrosion of reinforced concrete and its mechanical authors describe the specific theoretical foundations of the corrosion of steel in concrete and its interactions with the structural aspects, including service cracking and defects in the placement of concrete.
The book begins with a discussion of the corrosion phenomena, the effect of concrete properties on corrosion, and the precautions available in the construction stage to mitigate corrosion.
It covers the theoretical and practical methods in evaluating the concrete structures and new, practical methods to protect steel reinforcement. Corrosion of steel in concrete structures is the primary concern when the structures are exposed to the coastal marine environment.
The use of corrosion inhibitors can delay the onset of chloride-induced corrosion, prolong the time to initiation of. Sections on chemical admixtures, water, mineral admixtures, cement hydration, concrete types, sifcon and simcon, ferrocement, steel reinforcing, corrosion of rebars, cube and cylinder tests and a lot more are included in Chapter 1.
Chapter 2 covers sections such as floor and roof systems, basic structural elements and other such related studies. This makes this book an invaluable reference for any engineer and materials scientist involved in research and practice of corrosion protection, rehabilitation and maintenance of reinforced concrete structures and components.
Owners, designers and contractors will. The book examines the different aspects of corrosion of steel in concrete, starting from basic and essential mechanisms of the phenomenon, moving up to practical consequences for designers, contractors and owners both for new and existing reinforced and prestressed concrete structures.Written by Peter Emmons, CEO of STRUCTURAL TECHNOLOGIES, Concrete Repair & Maintenance Illustrated is the premier book on concrete structural maintenance and has been published in multiple languages and is used as an educational tool at numerous universities.Concrete deck deterioration includes delamination arising from chloride induced rebar corrosion, cracking caused by alkali silica reaction (ASR), and cracking caused by overloading or excessive vibration.
Pavement deteriorates due to internal moisture damage, debonding, and loss of subsurface support.