Evaluation of corrosion inhibiting systems used in reinforced concrete

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Conference202nd Meeting of the Electrochemical Society: 20 October 2002, Salt Lake City, Utah
SubjectCorrosion (of reinforced concrete); Admixtures
AbstractCorrosion of reinforcing steel bars in concrete is a serious and significant problem. It costs tens of billions of dollars for repairing the corrosion-induced damage on bridges alone in USA (1). Corrosion inhibitors have been considered as one of the most cost-effective solutions to the reinforcement corrosion in concrete. They have been increasingly used as concrete admixtures for new structures and restorative applications for repairing existing reinforced concrete during the last fifteen years.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number46280
NPARC number20386344
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