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Ambient Carbon Dioxide, carbonation and Deterioration of RC Structures

Originální název

Ambient Carbon Dioxide, carbonation and Deterioration of RC Structures

Anglický název

Ambient Carbon Dioxide, carbonation and Deterioration of RC Structures

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Ambient carbon dioxide (CO2) is an environmental stressor that can lead to the carbonation and deterioration of RC structures. In the present technical report a useful model to predict carbonation depths is described. This model uses CO2 concentration as an input parametr, but there appears to be a lack of quantitative data on existing CO2 concentrations in typical urban or industrial cities.

Anglický abstrakt

Ambient carbon dioxide (CO2) is an environmental stressor that can lead to the carbonation and deterioration of RC structures. In the present technical report a useful model to predict carbonation depths is described. This model uses CO2 concentration as an input parametr, but there appears to be a lack of quantitative data on existing CO2 concentrations in typical urban or industrial cities.

BibTex


@article{BUT41924,
  author="Břetislav {Teplý} and Helena {Králová}",
  title="Ambient Carbon Dioxide, carbonation and Deterioration of RC Structures",
  annote="Ambient carbon dioxide (CO2) is an environmental stressor that can lead to the carbonation and deterioration of RC structures. In the present technical report a useful model to predict carbonation depths is described. This model uses CO2 concentration as an input parametr, but there appears to be a lack of quantitative data on existing CO2 concentrations in typical urban or industrial cities.",
  chapter="41924",
  journal="International Journal of Materials and Structural Reliability",
  number="1",
  volume="1",
  year="2003",
  month="january",
  pages="31",
  type="journal article - other"
}