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RP0390-HD2006-SG Maintenance and Rehabilitation Considerations for Corrosion Control of Atmospherically Exposed Existing Steel-Reinforced Concrete Structures-HD2006

Corrosion control guidelines that are applicable to existing atmospherically exposed structures made of conventionally reinforced concrete. Historical Document 2006

Product Number: 21044-HD2006
ISBN: 1-57590-059-9
Author: NACE International
Publication Date: 2006
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Corrosion of reinforcing steel in concrete is a serious problem in certain environments throughout the world. This corrosion is directly attributable to the presence of significant amounts of chloride or other aggressive substances at the steel surface. Parking structures, bridges and roadways, buildings, sanitary and water facilities, marine structures, concrete pipe, storage facilities, and other reinforced concrete structures are being damaged by corrosion.

Corrosion of the reinforcing steel can weaken or destroy a structure. Corrosion of the reinforcing steel in concrete and the resulting cracking and spalling of concrete costs millions of dollars each year. These losses can be reduced if proper corrosion control factors are considered during rehabilitation and maintenance repair of reinforced concrete structures....

 1.1 This standard presents corrosion control guidelines that are applicable to existing atmospherically exposed structures made of conventionally reinforced concrete. These guidelines may be used to develop specifications involving repair and rehabilitation of steel-reinforced concrete structures. These guidelines should be used primarily when repair or rehabilitation is being implemented because of deterioration resulting from the corrosion of steel reinforcement....

Historical Document 2006

Corrosion of reinforcing steel in concrete is a serious problem in certain environments throughout the world. This corrosion is directly attributable to the presence of significant amounts of chloride or other aggressive substances at the steel surface. Parking structures, bridges and roadways, buildings, sanitary and water facilities, marine structures, concrete pipe, storage facilities, and other reinforced concrete structures are being damaged by corrosion.

Corrosion of the reinforcing steel can weaken or destroy a structure. Corrosion of the reinforcing steel in concrete and the resulting cracking and spalling of concrete costs millions of dollars each year. These losses can be reduced if proper corrosion control factors are considered during rehabilitation and maintenance repair of reinforced concrete structures....

 1.1 This standard presents corrosion control guidelines that are applicable to existing atmospherically exposed structures made of conventionally reinforced concrete. These guidelines may be used to develop specifications involving repair and rehabilitation of steel-reinforced concrete structures. These guidelines should be used primarily when repair or rehabilitation is being implemented because of deterioration resulting from the corrosion of steel reinforcement....

Historical Document 2006

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