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Electro-acoustic technology as a means to modify the properties of concrete : A feasibility study Brooman, EW ; Wu, H

By: Brooman, EWContributor(s): Wu, HPublication details: Washington DC Strategic Highway Research Program, 1991; SHRP-ID/UFR-91-526, Description: 78 s. + bilSubject(s): Reinforced concrete | Acoustics | | Water content | Chloride | Ion | Polymer | Impregnation | Cost | USA | Polymerization | Corrosion | 52Online resources: Publikation/Publication Bibl.nr: VTI P1388:526Location: Abstract: Investigates the feasibility of applying electro-acoustic technology in the impregnation of organic monomers and in the electro-osmotic removal of chloride ions to stop or retard corrosion in reinforced concrete structures. Results show that using the electro-acoustic impregnation technique causes the monomer to polymerize in situ and costs less than conventional polymer impregnation methods. Although this technique accelerated the movement of chloride ions, water content was found to be a significant determinant of electrical conductivity.
Item type: Reports, conferences, monographs
Holdings: VTI P1388:526

Investigates the feasibility of applying electro-acoustic technology in the impregnation of organic monomers and in the electro-osmotic removal of chloride ions to stop or retard corrosion in reinforced concrete structures. Results show that using the electro-acoustic impregnation technique causes the monomer to polymerize in situ and costs less than conventional polymer impregnation methods. Although this technique accelerated the movement of chloride ions, water content was found to be a significant determinant of electrical conductivity.

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