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DID YOU KNOW THAT...?
 

Did you know that in the literature there exist at least four types of defects in the steel-concrete interface, i.e. 1) air voids, 2) bleed-water zone, 3) cracks and 4) rust layers? Learn more how these defects influence the initiation of corrosion here.

 
 
 
IN-HOUSE TALKS AND STATEMENTS
 

In 2019, the following RILEM TC reports have been published:
 


  • TC 247-DTA: Provis et al., RILEM TC 247-DTA Round Robin Test: Mix design and reproducibility of compressive strength of alkali-activated concretes. Mater Struct (2019) 52: 99.



  • TC 252-CMB: Wang et al., RILEM TC 252-CMB report: rheological modeling of asphalt binder under different short and long-term aging temperatures. Mater Struct (2019) 52: 73.



  • TC 262-SCI: Angst et al., The effect of the steel–concrete interface on chloride-induced corrosion initiation in concrete: a critical review by RILEM TC 262-SCI. Mater Struct (2019) 52: 88.


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OUTSOURCED BUSINESS AND STORIES
 

Discover here the elegance of CONCRETE CANVAS structures!

 
 
 
UPCOMING RILEM EVENTS
 


 

 


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