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Steel corrosion damage monitoring in reinforced concrete structures with the acoustic emission technique: A review KU Leuven
Acoustic emission testing for multi-scale assessment of reinforcement corrosion in concrete structures KU Leuven
Acoustic emission activation protocols for alkali-silica reaction damage assessment in concrete KU Leuven
Preliminary results on acoustic emission and vibration-based monitoring of locally corroded reinforced concrete beams KU Leuven
Assessing the structural capacity of corroded reinforced concrete elements: application to a reinforced beam and a post-tensioned concrete bridge girder KU Leuven
Assessment of an existing structure by advanced analysis and partial factor methods for existing structures according to fib bulletin 80 KU Leuven
The design of buildings is carried out by engineers and can therefore, unfortunately, also be subject to human error. Such (serious) deficiencies can be discovered during construction, during the life span of a building or during major structural interventions, for example, in the context of redevelopment. The impact of such discoveries is felt on an economic, ecological and social level. Budgets cannot be maintained, materials are wasted or at ...
The relation between concrete crack width and rebar corrosion level validated on a large set of experimental data KU Leuven
Reinforced concrete (RC) structures are subject to various degradation mechanisms, including reinforcement corrosion which impacts durability and structural safety. The effects of corrosion of reinforcing steel include a local reduction of the rebar’s cross-section and the formation of rust. As corrosion products occupy a greater volume than steel, this leads to internal stresses, concrete cracking, and eventually spalling. The condition ...