Carl E. Locke

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The mechanism of corrosion of reinforcing steel in concrete is discussed based on electrochemical and electron microscopy observations. The importance of calcium hydroxide precipitation on the steel surf ace in the steel/mortar interface is evaluated by placing filter paper around reinforcing steel bar specimens prior to casting in mortar, thus preventing(More)
The corrosion resistance of three microalloyed steels and two conventional reinforcing steels in concrete is evaluated. The microalloyed steels contain concentrations of chromium, copper, and phosphorus that, while low, are significantly higher than used in conventional reinforcing steel. Two of the microalloyed steels contain amounts of phosphorus that(More)
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