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An electrochemical method for detecting ongoing corrosion of steel in a concrete structure with CP applied Thompson, NG ; Lawson, KM

By: Thompson, NGContributor(s): Lawson, KMPublication details: Washington DC Strategic Highway Research Program, 1991 ; SHRP-ID/UFR-91-512, Description: 47 sSubject(s): Reinforced concrete | Corrosion | Detection | Cathodic protection | Method | Monitoring | Evaluation | Test | Measurement | USA | SHRP | Reinforcement | Bar | Mesh | Electrode | 54Online resources: Publikation/Publication Bibl.nr: VTI P1388:512Location: Abstract: Examines the feasibility of using AC impedance spectroscopy as a monitoring tool for detecting corrosion on cathodically protected reinforced steel in concrete. Although the feasibility of the technique was demonstrated for the concrete blocks containing a single reinforcing steel specimen, difficulties in interpretation of the data were created by the large macro-cell couples that were present in the large-scale slab tests.
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Holdings: VTI P1388:512

Examines the feasibility of using AC impedance spectroscopy as a monitoring tool for detecting corrosion on cathodically protected reinforced steel in concrete. Although the feasibility of the technique was demonstrated for the concrete blocks containing a single reinforcing steel specimen, difficulties in interpretation of the data were created by the large macro-cell couples that were present in the large-scale slab tests.

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