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An Evaluation Technique of Surface Roughness of Corroded Reinforcing Bar-in-Coils
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 Title & Authors
An Evaluation Technique of Surface Roughness of Corroded Reinforcing Bar-in-Coils
Roh, Young-Sook; Cho, Kang Woo;
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 Abstract
This paper discusses the surface roughness of corroded reinforcement rebar-in-coil focusing on the quantitative measurement technique using 3D scanner. Reinforcement rebar-in-coil was stacked in site for 0 day, 3 days, 7 days, 14 days and 21 days. And rebar-in-coil was corroded 0.04%, 0.3367%, 0.6157%, 0.7898%, and 1.1965% respectively. Using 3-dimensional scanner, each surface profile of reinforcement rebar-in-coil was established, and surface roughness was measured. Through the tests and analyses of corroded rebar-in-coil, the increase of fractal dimension for each rebar-in-coil was measured as 0.0216, 0.0235, 0.028, 0.0319, and 0.0455 for different stacked periods. Therefore, surface assessment technique using fractal dimension showed similar results with the actual corrosion rate.
 Keywords
Corrosion level;Fractal dimension;Reinforced bar-in-coils;Surface roughness;
 Language
Korean
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