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Field studies of the effectiveness of concrete repairs phase 3a report: an investigation of the performance of repairs and cathodic protection (CP) systems at the Dartford West Tunnel by N. J. R. Baldwin

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Published by HSE Books in Sudbury .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Concrete construction -- Maintenance and repair -- Great Britain.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementN.J.R. Baldwin.
SeriesResearch report (Great Britain. Health and Safety Executive) -- 185
ContributionsGreat Britain. Health and Safety Executive., Mott MacDonald Ltd.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 27 p. :
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16033125M
ISBN 100717627926
OCLC/WorldCa59275954

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RR Field studies of the effectiveness of concrete repairs. Phase 1. Desk study and literature review Publication Year Document Status. Presents the findings of Phase 4 of the project Field Studies of the Effectiveness of Concrete Repairs. Site investigation of repairs demonstrated that the majority of repairs were related to corrosion of steel reinforcement. Presents the findings of Phase 3a of the project Field Studies of the Effectiveness of Concrete Repairs. Phase 3a involved recovery of core samples, rectangular sections of the deck and pieces of the cathodic repair systems. The samples were analysed using several specialist techniques. From parking garages to roads and bridges, to structural concrete, this comprehensive book describes the causes, effects and remedies for concrete wear and failure. Hundreds of clear illustrations show users how to analyze, repair, clean and maintain concrete structures for optimal performance and cost by:

  Concrete Repair Concrete Repairs Performance in service and current practice (2) Concrete Repairs Performance in Service and Current Practice Concrete Society - Draft on Assessment, design and repair of fire-damaged concrete structures Concrete Solutions - Proceedings of Concrete Solutions, 6th International Conference on Concrete Repair. RR - Field Studies of the Effectiveness of Concrete Repairs Phase 3 Report: Inspection of sites, sampling and testing at selected repair sites. Records of the investigations and testing of repairs carried out at the sites visited in Phase 3. In total, 46 sites were visited. Book Description. The Construction Sector Is Increasingly Focused On Repair. As concrete structures are maintained longer for both environmental and financial reasons, the diagnosis, design, and selection of products, and repair work all depend on the individual condition of the buildings and require specialist knowledge from everyone involved. the project Field Studies of the Effectiveness of Concrete Repairs. The project was carried out under contract to the Health and Safety Executive. Site investigation of repairs demonstrated that the majority of repairs were related to corrosion of steel reinforcement. Repairs using proprietary repair materials and systems with.

It also discusses condition assessment and repair techniques. Part one discusses failure mechanisms in concrete and covers topics such as causes and mechanisms of deterioration in reinforced concrete, types of damage in concrete structures, types and causes of cracking and condition assessment of concrete structures. 4 Review of Concrete Repairs 36 Field Studies of the Effectiveness of Concrete Repairs 36 Approach to repair 37 Repair activities 37 Records 38 Long-term protection 38 5 Recommendations for Enhancing Whole Life Performance 39 6 References/Bibliography 40 Appendix A: Analysis of Case Histories 42 A.1 Background 43File Size: 1MB. the concrete cover and/or more than insignificant loss of rebar cross section. The present paper focusses on condition assessment of an existing 35 year old hospital building and the possible. rehabilitation works to enhance the life span of the structure with safety. Several methods of repair treatments are adopted in the rehabilitation of concrete structures. They are a partial replacement of concrete cover, electrochemical re-alkalization, electrochemical chloride extraction, cathodic protection, and surface application of corrosion inhibitors [ 73, 74, 75 ].Cited by: 1.