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Evaluation of electrochemical impedance techniques for detecting corrosion on rebar in reinforced concrete. Volume 1 : Summary report Macdonald, DD et al

By: Macdonald, DDPublication details: Washington DC Strategic Highway Research Program, 1991; SHRP-ID/UFR-91-524, Description: 82 sSubject(s): Corrosion | Reinforced concrete | Bar | Impedance | Measurement | Slab | | | | USA | Technique | In situ | Surface | Detection | Electrode | Detector | Estimation | | 52Online resources: Publikation/Publication Bibl.nr: VTI P1388:524Location: Abstract: Examines the use of ultralow frequency AC impedance spectroscopy to characterize corrosion of reinforcement bar in concrete. This technique can nondestructively locate and characterize corrosion in reinforced concrete structures. The study sought to establish whether the technique could be used to determine the polarization resistance, and hence the corrosion rate, of the steel reinforcement bar.
Item type: Reports, conferences, monographs
Holdings: VTI P1388:524

Examines the use of ultralow frequency AC impedance spectroscopy to characterize corrosion of reinforcement bar in concrete. This technique can nondestructively locate and characterize corrosion in reinforced concrete structures. The study sought to establish whether the technique could be used to determine the polarization resistance, and hence the corrosion rate, of the steel reinforcement bar.

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