Quantitative analysis of the corrosion morphology after accelerated testing and outdoor exposures of lapjoint test panels coupled with various fastener materials. Image analysis of 3-D microscope images was used to quantify average depth of attack and percent surface area damage.
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Chloride induced stress corrosion cracking (CISCC) is a significant problem. The objective of the work described in this paper was to further the understanding of atmospheric crack growth rate of stainless steel in a chloride-rich environment.
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DOWNLOADABLE HISTORICAL DOCUMENT - Electrochemical realkalization (ER) for conventionally reinforced concrete structures. Common industry practices for the application of ER. Part II of 2. Part I (Item 24214) is on electrochemical chloride extraction.
Provides information regarding binder and pigment types used in the formulation of these coatings, their heat-resistant properties, and typical service environments.
Selection of coatings for concrete surfaces in nonimmersion and atmospheric services. Chemical properties. Surface preparation. Service conditions. General properties. Testing. Historical Document 1996
Guidelines for sacrificial (galvanic) cathodic protection (SACP) of reinforcing steel in atmospherically exposed concrete elements or structures. Not applicable to nonferrous, coated or galvanized reinforcement.
DOWNLOADABLE HISTORICAL DOCUMENT. Cathodic protection (CP) of reinforcing steel in concrete structures. Impressed current CP for atmospherically exposed reinforced concrete. Not intended for application to prestressed concrete.
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This standard provides a test method to evaluate coatings containing conductive carbon additives for use as an anode on atmospherically exposed reinforced concrete.