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Influence of Carbonation on the Chloride Diffusion in Concrete
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 Title & Authors
Influence of Carbonation on the Chloride Diffusion in Concrete
Oh, Byung-Hwan; Lee, Sung-Kyu; Lee, Myung-Kue; Jung, Sang-Hwa;
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 Abstract
Recently, the corrosion of reinforced concrete structures has received great attention related with the deterioration of sea-side structures, such as new airport, bridges, and nuclear power plants. In this regards, many studies have been done on the chloride attack in concrete structures. However, those studies were confined mostly to the single deterioration due to chloride only, although actual environment is rather of combined type. The purpose of the present study is, therefore, to explore the influences of carbonation to chloride attack in concrete structures. The test results indicate that the chloride penetration is more pronounced than the case of single chloride attack when the carbonation process is combined with the chloride attack. It is supposed that the chloride ion concentration of carbonation region is higher than the sound region because of the separation of fixed salts. Though the use of fly ash pronounces the chloride ion concentration in surface, amounts of chloride ion penetration into deep region decreases with the use of fly ash. The present study allows more realistic assessment of durability for such concrete structures which are subjected to combined attacks of both chlorides and carbonation but the future studies for combined environment will assure the precise assessment.
 Keywords
chloride ion diffusion;carbonation;chloride profile;surface content;fly ash;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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