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Threshold concentration of chlorides in concrete for stainless steel reinforcement: Classic austenitic and new duplex stainless steel

AuthorsPachón-Montaño, A.; Sánchez-Montero, Javier; Andrade Perdrix, Carmen; Fullea, J. ; Moreno, E.; Matres, V.
KeywordsStainless steel
Chloride threshold
Service life
Issue Date2018
CitationConstruction and Building Materials 189: 495-502 (2018)
AbstractStainless steel rebars is used to lengthen the service life of structures in aggressive media. Corrosion resistance was studied in five grades of mortar-embedded stainless steel: EN 1.4307, EN 1.4404, EN 1.4482, EN 1.4362 and EN 1.4462. A modified accelerated chloride attack was applied to prevent steel rebar polarisation and artificial re-passivation. The critical chloride concentration was determined. Based on corrosion rate, service life was calculated for a given exposure at two probability levels.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2018.07.081
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