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Probabilistic performance assessment of concrete structures subjected to corrosion process

Originální název

Probabilistic performance assessment of concrete structures subjected to corrosion process

Anglický název

Probabilistic performance assessment of concrete structures subjected to corrosion process

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

In general, all structures are subjected to deterioration due to environmental and traffic actions over their life time. Maintaining an adequate safety level over their entire service life is thus not only an expensive task, but also filled with some level of uncertainty. Degradation in itself is not easily quantifiable because numerous aspects reduce the load bearing capacity of a structure. Furthermore, the development of actions over the multi-decade life time as well as the effects of preventive maintenance and rehabilitation measures is difficult to predict. For concrete bridges (chloride induced) reinforcement corrosion is in many cases the governing deterioration process, especially in regions where winter salt is commonly applied for traffic safety.

Anglický abstrakt

In general, all structures are subjected to deterioration due to environmental and traffic actions over their life time. Maintaining an adequate safety level over their entire service life is thus not only an expensive task, but also filled with some level of uncertainty. Degradation in itself is not easily quantifiable because numerous aspects reduce the load bearing capacity of a structure. Furthermore, the development of actions over the multi-decade life time as well as the effects of preventive maintenance and rehabilitation measures is difficult to predict. For concrete bridges (chloride induced) reinforcement corrosion is in many cases the governing deterioration process, especially in regions where winter salt is commonly applied for traffic safety.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT99132,
  author="Alfred {Strauss} and Roman {Wendner} and Konrad {Bergmeister} and Břetislav {Teplý} and Drahomír {Novák}",
  title="Probabilistic performance assessment of concrete structures subjected to corrosion process",
  annote="In general, all structures are subjected to deterioration due to environmental and traffic actions over their life time. Maintaining an adequate safety level over their entire service life is thus not only an expensive task, but also filled with some level of uncertainty. Degradation in itself is not easily quantifiable because numerous aspects reduce the load bearing capacity of a structure. Furthermore, the development of actions over the multi-decade life time as well as the effects of preventive maintenance and rehabilitation measures is difficult to predict. For concrete bridges (chloride induced) reinforcement corrosion is in many cases the governing deterioration process, especially in regions where winter salt is commonly applied for traffic safety.",
  booktitle="Bridge Maintenance, Safety, Management, Resilience and Sustainability",
  chapter="99132",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2012",
  month="july",
  pages="683--690",
  type="conference paper"
}