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Visser, J.H.M. (author)
The lack of resistance models to determine the penetration of airborne chlorides into the concrete makes service-life prediction hardly possible for concrete structures exposed to chlorides, something badly needed as airborne chlorides can lead to severe bar corrosion even at 10 km (6 miles) from the sea. Predicting chloride penetration...
conference paper 2018
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Angst, U.M. (author), Geiker, M.R. (author), Michel, A. (author), Gehlen, C. (author), Wong, H. (author), Isgor, O.B. (author), Elsener, B. (author), Hansson, C.M. (author), Francois, R. (author), Hornbostel, K. (author), Polder, R.B. (author), Alonso, M.C. (author), Sanchez, M. (author), Correia, M.J. (author), Criado, M. (author), Sagues, A. (author), Buenfeld, N. (author)
Although the steel–concrete interface (SCI) is widely recognized to influence the durability of reinforced concrete, a systematic overview and detailed documentation of the various aspects of the SCI are lacking. In this paper, we compiled a comprehensive list of possible local characteristics at the SCI and reviewed available information...
article 2017
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Holthuizen, P.E. (author), Çopuroglu, O. (author), Polder, R.B. (author)
In the Netherlands civil engineering structures, such as overpasses, bridges and tunnels are generally built using blast furnace slag cement (BFSC, CEM III/B) concrete, because of its high resistance against chloride penetration. Although the Dutch experience regarding durability performance of BFSC concrete has been remarkably good, its...
conference paper 2017
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Pacheco, J. (author), Polder, R.B. (author)
Chloride induced reinforcement corrosion is the predominant degradation mechanism
article 2016
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