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《中国海洋工程(英文版)》 2017-05
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Influence of Reinforcement Mesh Configuration for Improvement of Concrete Durability

PAN Chong-gen;JIN Wei-liang;MAO Jiang-hong;ZHANG Hua;SUN Li-hao;WEI Dong;Ningbo Institute of Technology,Zhejiang University;Institute of Structural Engineering,Zhejiang University;  
Steel bar in concrete structures under harsh environmental conditions,such as chlorine corrosion,seriously affects its service life.Bidirectional electromigration rehabilitation(BIEM) is a new method of repair technology for reinforced concrete structures in such chloride corrosion environments.By applying the BIEM,chloride ions can be removed from the concrete and the migrating corrosion inhibit can be moved to the steel surface.In conventional engineering,the concrete structure is often configured with a multi-layer steel mesh.However,the effect of the BIEM in such structures has not yet been investigated.In this paper,the relevant simulation test is carried out to study the migration law of chloride ions and the migrating corrosion inhibitor in a concrete specimen with complex steel mesh under different energizing modes.The results show that the efficiency of the BIEM increases 50% in both the monolayer steel mesh and the double-layer steel mesh.By using the single-sided BIEM,87% of the chloride ions are removed from the steel surface.The different step modes can affect the chloride ion removal.The chloride ions within the range of the reinforcement protective cover are easier to be removed than those in the concrete between the two layers of steel mesh.However,the amount of migrating corrosion inhibitor is larger in the latter circumstances.
【Fund】: financially supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China(Grant No.51541904);; the Natural Science Foundation of Zhejiang Province(Grant No.LY16E090007);; the Natural Science Foundation of Ningbo(Grant No.2016A610219)
【CateGory Index】: TU528.571
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