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Title: Considerations Relating to Corrosion for Use in Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures Exposed to a Marine Environment
Author(s): Dubravka Bjegovic
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 1603-1610
Keywords: concrete durability; corrosion; diffusion; marine atmospheres; permeability; reinforced concrete; reinforcing steels; reviews; seawater; structural design; Design
Abstract:Deals with corrosion mechanisms of marine structures as well as with considerations relating to the design of reinforced concrete structures exposed to a marine environment. The starting point in the considerations is to minimize the unacceptable corrosion during the designed service life of the structure. The paper provides a commentary and suggestions on the possibility of incorporating the above considerations for designing reinforced concrete structures exposed to a marine environment.
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