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Case study – Reliability assessment of a bridge subject to chloride induced correosion and associated structural deterioration (section 9.19)

Originální název

Case study – Reliability assessment of a bridge subject to chloride induced correosion and associated structural deterioration (section 9.19)

Anglický název

Case study – Reliability assessment of a bridge subject to chloride induced correosion and associated structural deterioration (section 9.19)

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The preservation of an adequate safety level in concrete bridges subject to gradual degradation due to the in-service effects of traffic and environmental actions is commonly an expensive, and sometimes problematic, task. Chloride ion ingress is an important factor influencing both durability design and throught-life care issues, especially in regions where winter de-icing salt application for traffic safety reasons is common, e.g. for highway structures. The following example introduces a feasible approach for the analysis of potential chloride induced corrosion and associated deterioration. It is presented in the context of an actual highway bridge application.

Anglický abstrakt

The preservation of an adequate safety level in concrete bridges subject to gradual degradation due to the in-service effects of traffic and environmental actions is commonly an expensive, and sometimes problematic, task. Chloride ion ingress is an important factor influencing both durability design and throught-life care issues, especially in regions where winter de-icing salt application for traffic safety reasons is common, e.g. for highway structures. The following example introduces a feasible approach for the analysis of potential chloride induced corrosion and associated deterioration. It is presented in the context of an actual highway bridge application.

BibTex


@inbook{BUT97365,
  author="Alfred {Strauss} and Konrad {Bergmeister} and Roman {Wendner} and Břetislav {Teplý} and Drahomír {Novák}",
  title="Case study – Reliability assessment of a bridge subject to chloride induced correosion and associated structural deterioration (section 9.19)",
  annote="The preservation of an adequate safety level in concrete bridges subject to gradual degradation due to the in-service effects of traffic and environmental actions is commonly an expensive, and sometimes problematic, task. Chloride ion ingress is an important factor influencing both durability design and throught-life care issues, especially in regions where winter de-icing salt application for traffic safety reasons is common, e.g. for highway structures. The following example introduces a feasible approach for the analysis of potential chloride induced corrosion and associated deterioration. It is presented in the context of an actual highway bridge application.",
  booktitle="fib bulletin 62 – Structural Concrete, Textbook on behaviour, design and performance",
  chapter="97365",
  edition="2",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2012",
  month="september",
  pages="380--417",
  type="book chapter"
}