Too little cover

July 2004
Concrete Construction;Jul2004, Vol. 49 Issue 7, p76
Shares insights on a problem regarding concrete protection for reinforcement. Basis of determining the minimum concrete cover requirements; Requirement for the length of the aggregates; Recommendation for a migrating corrosion inhibitor treatment to avoid corrosion of the rebar.


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