This work aims at comparing a performance of the UNS(1) S32304 lean-duplex stainless steel rebars in electrical contact with carbon steel rebars, both embedded in concrete subjected to a chloride ion contamination.
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Results of laboratory tests of dual-coated (zinc/epoxy) rebars embedded in concrete and in a concrete simulated pore solution with and without chloride contamination followed by a brief description of the adopted methodologies.
The corrosion of reinforcing and prestressing steel in concrete structures caused by stray currents. The history of stray-current corrosion, sources, mechanisms, effects on structures, detection and mitigation.