This book compiles the full papers presented in the successful session "Corrosion of Steel in Concrete" at EUROCORR '97. It highlights the areas of technical development in this field, including monitoring of steel reinforcement corrosion, prevention of corrosion and electrochemical repair methods.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Corrosion Mechanisms 1. Effect of Potential Drop in Migration Testing of Chloride Diffusivity in Concrete 2. Results From Laboratory Tests and Evaluation of Literature on the Influence of Temperature on Reinforcement Corrosion 3. Corrosion Induced Cracking of Reinforcing Steel Part 2: Reference Electrodes, Supplementary Protection Measures 4. Junction Potentials at a Concrete/Electrolyte Interface 5. Manganese Dioxide Reference Electrodes for Use in Concrete 6. Corrosion Inhibitors for Steel in Concrete Part 3: Corrosion Rate Measurement 7. Performance Testing of Corrosion Inhibitors for Concrete Using Mortar Samples 8. Dependence of Corrosion Rate of Rebars on Climatic Parameters in Outdoor Concrete Structures Contaminated with Chlorides 9. Corrosion Rate of Steel in Concrete — From Laboratory to Reinforced Concrete Structures 10. Field and Laboratory Experience with Potentiostatic Polarisation and Potentiokinetic Scans to Assess the Severity of Corrosion of Steel in Concrete Part 4: Electrochemical Realkalisation and Chloride Removal 11. Repair of Reinforced Concrete Structures by Electrochemical Techniques — Field Experience 12. The Perception of the ASR Problem with Particular Reference to Electrochemical Treatments of Reinforced Concrete 13. Experience on Accuracy of Chloride and Sodium Analysis of Hardened Concrete Part 5: Cathodic Protection 14. Principles of Cathodic Protection and Cathodic Prevention in Atmospherically Exposed Concrete Structures 15. Cathodic Protection of Reinforced Concrete Structures in The Netherlands — Experience and Developments 16. Ten Years of Cathodic Protection in Concrete in Switzerland 17. Cathodic Protection of Buried Reinforced Concrete Structures