Concrete Under Severe Conditions 2: Environment and Loading : Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Concrete Under Severe Conditions, CONSEC '98, Tromsø, Norway, June 21-24, 1998, Volume 1

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Odd E. Gjørv, Koji Sakai, Nemkumar Banthia
CRC Press, 1998 - Concrete - 2208 pages
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Following the very successful 1st conference in Sapporo, Japan in 1995, the 2nd conference presents a series of papers on concrete structures which are subjected to severe environmental forces.
 

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Contents

NextGeneration Design Method of Concrete Structures
3
Durability and Mechanical Properties at LowTemperatures of SteelFiber
6
Electrochemical Measurements for the Evaluation of the Corrosion State of Bridge Decks
8
Durability Design Strategies for Concrete Structures under Severe Conditions
17
Migration Testing of Cloride Diffusivity in Concrete
21
Design and Construction of Concrete Structures in the 21st Century
27
Basic Study of Electrochemical Rehabilitation of Carbonated and Chloride
28
Durability Strength Development and Cost Effectiveness of Concrete Containing
40
Hydrogen Embrittlement of Tendon in PrestressedConcrete Structures under
339
Instrumentation Documentation and Verification of a Submerged
353
Finite Element Modelling of Corrosion in R C Highway Structures
354
Effects of Concrete Coating Systems on Chloride Penetration 1321
363
Degradation and Corrosion of Reinforced Concrete in Acid Sulfate Soil
372
Investigations on Prestressed Concrete Structures with PostTensioned Steel Members
392
Influence of Several FreezeThaw Conditions on Durability of Concrete
411
Frost Damage Mechanism and Pore Structures of Concrete
429

PART ONE PERFORMANCE OF CONCRETE UNDER SEVERE ENVIRONMENT
45
Water and Salt Movement within Mortar Analyzed by Assuming a Capillary Flow
55
Spreadsheet Model for Reinforcement Corrosion in Structures Exposed to Chlorides
64
Concrete Exposed to Calcium Ammonium Nitrate
76
Electrochemical Methods for the Monitoring Protection of Steel in Concrete and
84
Stainless Steel in Reinforced Concrete Structures
94
Knowledge Based Approach for Maintenance of Reinforced Concrete
99
Experimental Research on Corrosion Protection Systems for Reinforcement Steel
102
An Integrated Computational Framework for Predicting
104
Evaluation of an 8YearOld Silica Fume Concrete Bridge Deck Overlay
114
Resistance Against Chloride Penetration of LowHeat
121
Deterioration Mechanisms of a Cement Paste under Water Attack
123
Chloride Induced Corrosion in High Performance Concrete Lifetime Versus
133
Influence of Service Cracking on Service Life of Reinforced Concrete
143
Freezing Behavior and Strength Development of Concrete Containing Antifreezers
153
NinetyYear Durability of Concrete Structures in Port of Yokohama
163
Rapid Determination of the Chloride Diffusivity in Concrete 1963
169
Observation and Permeability a Review
183
Effect of Silica Fume Addition on the FrostSalt Scaling Resistance of Aged Concrete 1989
196
Chloride Penetration into Concrete After 100 Year Exposure to Seawater
198
Durability and Self Healing a Review
217
Concrete Damage Due to Sulphate Attack
232
Petrography of 100Year Old Concrete from Otaru Port Japan
250
Damage Mechanisms in Frost Deicing Salt Resistance Tests
272
Abrasion Resistance of Concrete Block Pavement and Asphalt Concrete
291
I Surface Charge Measurements
317
Compositional Change of AlkaliReactive Sedimentary Aggregate Dipped
323
Condition Monitoring and Maintenance of Offshore Structures
337
The Flexural Fatigue Behavior of RC Beams Repaired with PolymerComposites
445
LongTerm Durability of Reinforced Concrete Submerged in the Sea
448
Effect of Earlyage Curing on Penetration of Chloride Ions into Concrete in the Tidal Zone
468
Service Life of Concrete Structure Including the Propagation Time
489
Punching Shear of Reinforced Concrete Plane Members
502
Long Term Exposure Tests on Galvanized Steel in Different Concrete Types
509
The State of Concrete in the Dam of a Hydropower Plant in a Cold Region
528
Concrete Deterioration Caused by Exposure to CalciumMagnesium Acetate Aqueous Solutions
543
A New Sensor System for Monitoring the Corrosion Risk in Existing Structures
565
Reliable Testing of Resistance of Concrete Against Frost Attack with CIF Test
574
FreezeDeicing Salt Resistance of HighStrength Concrete
586
Russian Experience with Marine Concrete Structures at the Kislaya Cuba Tidal Power Station
596
F STEPANOVA N K ROZENTAL and I L KONDRATOVA
606
Superior Resistivity Against Bending and Corrosion of Steel Fiber Reinforced Mortar
616
Prediction of Chloride Penetration into Concrete by Using the Computer Program CLINCONC
625
Two Case Studies
635
Chloride Penetration in HighPerformance Concrete Containing Silica Fume and Fly Ash
646
Variables that Affect the Corrosion of Steel in Concrete
656
Study on the Improvement in Durability of Reinforced Concrete Structure
677
T UEDA Y SATO Y KAKUTA and H KAMEYA
688
Structural Assessment of Deteriorating Concrete Bridges
698
Effectiveness of Ultrasonic Wave Velocity as a Method to Evaluate
708
Effectiveness of the Coating and Admixing System against
717
YANG S FANG M TANG Z XU and M DENG
726
Author Index 2209
733
PART TWO PERFORMANCE OF CONCRETE UNDER SEVERE LOADING
735
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