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Publication Number: FHWA-RD-01-097
Date: January, 2002

Long-Term Performance of Corrosion Inhibitors Used in Repair of Reinforced Concrete Bridge Components

7.0. References

  1. I.L. Qadi, B.D. Prowell, R.E. Weyers, T. Dutta, H. Gouro, and N. Berke. Concrete Bridge Protection and Rehabilitation: Chemical and Physical Techniques, Corrosion Inhibitors and Polymers, Publication No. SHRP-S-666, Strategic Highway Research Program, National Research Council (NRC), Washington DC, 1993.
  2. B.D. Prowell, R.E. Weyers, and I.L. Qadi. Concrete Bridge Protection and Rehabilitation: Chemical and Physical Techniques, Field Validation, Publication No. SHRP-S-658, SHRP, NRC, Washington DC, 1993.
  3. Standard Method for Sampling and Testing for Chloride Ion in Concrete and Concrete Raw Materials, T-260, American Association of State and Highway Transportation Officials, Washington, DC, 1994.
  4. Standard Test Methods for Half-Cell Potentials of Uncoated Reinforcing Steel in Concrete: C-876, In Annual Book of ASTM Standards - Construction; American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, PA. 1991.

 

 

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