Corrosion of Steel in Concrete
Prevention, Diagnosis, Repair
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|Format: ||Hardback, 434 pages, 2nd Revised edition Edition|
|Other Information: ||Illustrations|
|Published In: ||Germany, 23 April 2013|
Steel-reinforced concrete is used ubiquitously as a building material due to its unique combination of the high compressive strength of concrete and the high tensile strength of steel. Therefore, reinforced concrete is an ideal composite material that is used for a wide range of applications in structural engineering such as buildings, bridges, tunnels, harbor quays, foundations, tanks and pipes. To ensure durability of these structures, however, measures must be taken to prevent, diagnose and, if necessary, repair damage to the material especially due to corrosion of the steel reinforcement. 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. It covers general aspects of corrosion and protection of reinforcement, forms of attack in the presence of carbonation and chlorides, problems of hydrogen embrittlement as well as techniques of diagnosis, monitoring and repair. This second edition updates the contents with recent findings on the different topics considered and bibliographic references, with particular attention to recent European standards. This book is a self-contained treatment for civil and construction engineers, material scientists, advanced students and architects concerned with the design and maintenance of reinforced concrete structures. Readers will benefit from the knowledge, tools, and methods needed to understand corrosion in reinforced concrete and how to prevent it or keep it within acceptable limits.
Table of Contents
CEMENTS AND CEMENT PASTE Portland Cement and Hydration Reactions Porosity and Transport Processes Blended Cements Common Cements Other Types of Cement TRANSPORT PROCESSES IN CONCRETE Composition of Pore Solution and Water Content Diffusion Capillary Suction Permeation Migration Mechanisms and Significant Parameters DEGRADATION OF CONCRETE Freeze - Thaw Attack Attack by Acids and Pure Water Sulfate Attack Alkali Silica Reaction Attack by Seawater GENERAL ASPECTS Initiation and Propagation of Corrosion Corrosion Rate Consequences Behavior of Other Metals CARBONATION-INDUCED CORROSION Carbonation of Concrete Initiation Time Corrosion Rate CHLORIDE-INDUCED CORROSION Pitting Corrosion Corrosion Initiation Corrosion Rate ELECTROCHEMICAL ASPECTS Electrochemical Mechanism of Corrosion Noncarbonated Concrete without Chlorides Carbonated Concrete Concrete Containing Chlorides Structures under Cathodic or Anodic Polarization MACROCELLS Structures Exposed to the Atmosphere Buried Structures and Immersed Structures Electrochemical Aspects Modeling of Macrocells STRAY-CURRENT-INDUCED CORROSION DC Stray Current AC Stray Current High-Strength Steel Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Inspection Protection from Stray Current HYDROGEN-INDUCED STRESS CORROSION CRACKING Stress Corrosion Cracking (SCC) Failure under Service of High-Strength Steel Metallurgical, Mechanical and Load Conditions Environmental Conditions Hydrogen Generated during Operation Hydrogen Generated before Ducts Are Filled Protection of Prestressing Steel DESIGN FOR DURABILITY Factors Affecting Durability Approaches to Service-Life Modeling The Approach of the European Standards The fi b Model Code for Service-Life Design for Chloride-Induced Corrosion Other Methods Additional Protection Measures Costs CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY FOR CORROSION PREVENTION Constituents of Concrete Properties of Fresh and Hardened Concrete Requirements for Concrete and Mix Design Concrete Production Design Details Concrete with Special Properties CORROSION INHIBITORS Mechanism of Corrosion Inhibitors Mode of Action of Corrosion Inhibitors Corrosion Inhibitors to Prevent or Delay Corrosion Initiation Corrosion Inhibitors to Reduce the Propagation Rate of Corrosion Transport of the Inhibitor into Mortar or Concrete Field Tests and Experience with Corrosion Inhibitors Critical Evaluation of Corrosion Inhibitors Effectiveness of Corrosion Inhibitors SURFACE PROTECTION SYSTEMS General Remarks Organic Coatings Hydrophobic Treatment Treatments That Block Pores Cementitious Coatings and Layers Concluding Remarks on Effectiveness and Durability of Surface Protection Systems CORROSION-RESISTANT REINFORCEMENT Steel for Reinforced and Prestressed Concrete Stainless Steel Rebars Galvanized Steel Rebars Epoxy-Coated Rebars INSPECTION AND CONDITION ASSESSMENT Visual Inspection and Cover Depth Electrochemical Inspection Techniques Analysis of Concrete MONITORING Introduction Monitoring with Nonelectrochemical Sensors Monitoring with Electrochemical Sensors Critical Factors On the Way to 'Smart Structures' Structural Health Monitoring PRINCIPLES AND METHODS FOR REPAIR Approach to Repair Overview of Repair Methods for Carbonated Structures Overview of Repair Methods for Chloride-Contaminated Structures Design, Requirements, Execution and Control of Repair Works CONVENTIONAL REPAIR Assessment of the Condition of the Structure Removal of Concrete Preparation of Reinforcement Application of Repair Material Additional Protection Strengthening ELECTROCHEMICAL TECHNIQUES Development of the Techniques Effects of the Circulation of Current Cathodic Protection and Cathodic Prevention Electrochemical Chloride Extraction and Realkalization INDEX
About the Author
Luca Bertolini is Full Professor in the field of materials science and technology at the Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy, where he teaches Construction Materials and Durability of Materials to students of Civil Engineering and Building Engineering Faculties. The scientific activity of Luca Bertolini is focused on the durability of building materials, especially reinforced concrete. Bernhard Elsener is Professor for materials science at the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Cagliari, Italy, and a lecturer at ETH Zurich, Switzerland. He is an internationally well-known expert on the durability of reinforced and prestressed concrete structures. His extensive research work and numerous publications focus on non-destructive methods to detect and quantify corrosion, the use of new electrically isolated post-tensioning tendons and electrochemical restoration techniques. Pietro Pedeferri (1938-2008), a graduate in chemical engineering and former Professor of Electrochemistry at the University of Bari, has been Professor of Corrosion and Protection of Materials at the Technical University of Milan since 1983. His work has been mainly concerned with the corrosion of steel in concrete, and he has published more than 300 papers and a dozen books in the field of corrosion and materials technology. Elena Redaelli is Assistant Professor in the field of materials science and technology at the Polytechnic University of Milan where she teaches Construction Materials to Building Engineering students. Her main scientific interests are connected with the corrosion of steel in concrete, its characterization and methods to prevent and control it. In particular, her research activity has focused on electrochemical techniques in concrete and methods for durability design of concrete structures. Rob B. Polder is a senior materials scientist at the Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research, and a full professor of materials and durability at Delft University of Technology in the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences. The main focus of his work is on corrosion of steel in concrete, from modeling and prediction to prevention and remediation, including electrochemical methods.
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