SP0187-2008 Design Considerations for Corrosion Control of Reinforcing Steel in Concrete

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Revision Date: November 01, 2008
Updated On: July 22, 2012
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Gives architect-engineers and facility owners design considerations for controlling corrosion of proposed reinforced portland cement concrete structures. The standard includes sections on site history and environmental survey, recommendations for corrosion control, materials, design considerations, and construction practices. The guidelines include information on concrete mixtures, chemical admixtures, coating of reinforcing steel, cathodic protection, monitoring equipment, and the isolation of steel from aggressive environments.

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