Laboratory Study of Corrosion Performance of Reinforced Steels for use in Concrete Structures

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TypeTechnical Report
Series titleResearch Report, NRC Institute for Research in Construction; Volume 284
AbstractThis report presents the experimental program and the results of a two-year investigationof the corrosion performance of carbon steel (ASTM A 615), a low-carbon chromiumsteel (ASTM A 1035/A 1035M-07) produced by MMFX Technologies Corp. and referredto as Cr steel in this report, stainless steels 316LN, 304LN and 2205 for use in reinforcedconcrete structures, with the emphasis on the performance of Cr steel. The investigationwas carried out in both concrete prisms and electrochemical cells and performed bydifferent electrochemical techniques including half-cell potential, linear polarizationresistance, potential dynamic, and AC impedance measurement.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number20588
NPARC number20374708
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Record created2012-07-23
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