This report is intended for use by engineers attempting to protect corroding reinforced concrete structures by the use of electrochemical treatment techniques. The information presented in this report is limited to ECE for atmospherically exposed reinforced concrete.
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Evaluating criteria whereby prestressed concrete structures and members can be protected from corrosion by means of cathodic protection (CP).
DOWNLOADABLE HISTORICAL DOCUMENT - Electrochemical realkalization (ER) for conventionally reinforced concrete structures.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.
Electrochemical realkalization (ER) for conventionally reinforced concrete structures. Common industry practices for application of ER. Part II of 2. Part I (Item 24214) is on electrochemical chloride extraction.
Review of cathodic protection (CP) technology used in Europe and the U.S. over the past decade to combat corrosion deterioration, including cracking, displacement, and spalling of stone and masonry.
Characteristics of reference electrodes commonly used in atmospherically exposed reinforced concrete structures and the installation methods for same.
Two test methods for evaluating - to an expected lifetime criterion - embeddable anode materials (such as titanium (Ti) mesh) for cathodic protection (CP) of atmospherically exposed steel-reinforced concrete.
Procedures to control corrosion of conventional reinforcing steel in Portland cement concrete structures through the application of chloride extraction or realkalization.
Corrosion Management System for existing atmospherically exposed conventionally reinforced concrete structures. For corrosion specialists, civil engineers, structural engineers, and asset owners.
Corrosion control methods for structures made of steel-reinforced portland cement concrete. Causes of corrosion of the reinforcing steel and control methods.
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DOWNLOADABLE HISTORICAL DOCUMENT.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.