Corrosion-inhibiting systems for concrete bridges

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TypeArticle
Journal titleConstruction Canada
Volume49
IssueMarch 2
Pages2628, 30, 32
Subjectconcrete bridges, corrosion of reinforcement, field testing, corrosion inhibitors; Bridges
AbstractKeeping Canada's highway bridges in good condition is crucial to economic productivity and public safety. This is a challenging problem in areas where de-icing salts are used. While de-icing salts vastly increase the safety of winter road travel, they are the main cause of deterioration of reinforced concrete structures, including bridges.
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LanguageEnglish
AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
Peer reviewedNo
NRC number49255
18362
NPARC number20378043
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