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The International Concrete Abstracts Portal is an ACI led collaboration with leading technical organizations from within the international concrete industry and offers the most comprehensive collection of published concrete abstracts.
Title: Using GFRP Reinforcing Bar as a Cost-Effective Solution to Extend the Service Life of New and Replacement Bridge Decks: A Case Study of the I-635 Bridge Deck Replacement for the Kansas Department of Transportation
Author(s): Ryan Koch
Publication: Web Session
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Abstract:The special session will emphasize the sustainable performance of concrete bridges and their elements when subjected to aggressive environments. Presentations will include a variety of technical aspects such as durability of concrete members, performance monitoring technologies, evaluation methodologies, damage assessment, and structural rehabilitation. Both experimental and analytical investigations are of interest. The session brings to light recent research findings and provides an opportunity to discuss present challenges and technical issues. Critical information is given to those who lead tomorrow’s bridge design and construction, including practicing engineers, government officials, and academics.
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