Proceedings pro111 : Proceedings of the International RILEM Conference Materials, Systems and Structures in Civil Engineering 2016 Segment on Electrochemistry in Civil Engineering

Title: Proceedings of the International RILEM Conference Materials, Systems and Structures in Civil Engineering 2016 Segment on Electrochemistry in Civil Engineering
Edited by Lisbeth M. Ottosen
e-ISBN: 978-2-35158-177-3
ISBN: 978-2-35158-176-6
Pages: 182
Publication date: 2016

The conference “Materials, Systems and Structures in Civil Engineering – MSSCE 2016” is part of the RILEM week 2016, which consists of a series of parallel and consecutive conference and doctoral course segments on different topics as well as technical and administrative meetings in several scientific organizations. The event is hosted by the Department of Civil Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark and the Danish Technological Institute and it is held at the Lyngby campus of the Technical University of Denmark 15-29August 2016.
This volume contains the proceedings of the MSSCE 2016 conference segment on “Electrochemsitry in Civil Engineering”. The conference segment is organized by the E-KIN Research team at Department of Civil Engineering, Technical University of Denmark. The proceedings contain full papers and abstracts presented at the conference segemnt. The papers are organized in alphabetical order in both categories. All contributions have been peer reviewed.
The various topics of the proceedings are within reinforcement corrosion (Corrosion mechanisms and propagation, modelling of service life, and corrosion prevention), electrochemical assessment methods (in both construction and geotechnical materials), electrochemical repair techniques (stopping corrosion, crack closure and desalination for heritage conservation) and electrochemical upgrading of waste for use in construction materials (concrete or ceramics).


Author(s): Lisbeth M. Ottosen
Pages: 10-10

Full Papers

Concrete electrical resistivity to evaluate reinforcement service life
Author(s): Carmen Andrade
Pages: 12-23

On-site corrosion monitoring – reliability
Author(s): Lucas Bourreau, Véronique Bouteiller, Franck Schoefs, Laurent Gaillet, Benoît Thauvin, Julien Schneider, Samuel Naar
Pages: 24-34

Mathematical law of steel thickness loss versus time applied to reinforced concrete contaminated by chlorides – first results
Author(s): Véronique Bouteiller, Elisabeth Marie-Victoire, Christian Cremona, Nina Coulaty-Chin
Pages: 36-45

Electro-desalination of glazed tile panels – discussion of possibilities
Author(s): Celia Dias-Ferreira, Lisbeth M. Ottosen, Alexandra B. Ribeiro
Pages: 46-53

Electrochemical investigation of carbon-based conductive coatings for applicationas anodes in ICCP system of reinforced concrete structures
Author(s): Gino Ebell, Marina Poltavtseva, Jürgen Mietz
Pages: 54-59

Remediation of As - comparision of two different electrodialytic cells and applicability of treated soil in brick materials
Author(s): Ana Rita Ferreira, Lisbeth M. Ottosen, Nazaré Couto, Alexandra Ribeiro
Pages: 60-72

Changes in electrical resistivity used as monitoring tool during the electrokinetic treatment of clayey soils
Author(s): Vikas Gingine, Rafaela Cardoso
Pages: 74-83

Quantitative expression of an organic corrosion inhibitor (pci-2014) for repairing steel bars in concrete contaminated with chloride
Author(s): Zhiyong Liu, Zixiao Wang, Weibin Yang, Lei Yu
Pages: 84-90

Electrochemical injection of nanoparticles into concrete
Author(s): Jiří Němeček, Petr Hlaváček, Milan Kouřil, Tereza Jamborová
Pages: 92-98

Electrochemical chloride extraction: efficiency and side effects with differents mineral admixtures
Author(s): Sara Ramos, Isabel Martínez, Ángel Castillo, Marta Castellote
Pages: 100-109

Effect of phase distributions on the corrosion of quenched and self-tempered (QST) steel rebars
Author(s): Sooraj A.O. Nair, Radhakrishna G. Pillai
Pages: 110-118

Cathodic protection used on Danish costal bridges
Author(s): Ruth Elise Sørensen, Jacob Brink Jansson
Pages: 120-129

Corrosion processes and ECE treatment in a both carbonated and chlorinated reinforced concrete
Author(s): Yolaine Tissier, Véronique Bouteiller, Elisabeth Marie Victoire, Suzanne Joiret, Thierry Chaussadent
Pages: 130-140

Electromigration of Li ions into cementitious materials as observed by NMR
Author(s): S. Venglovska, L. Pel, O.C.G. Adan
Pages: 142-151

Polarization resistance of steel bar embedded in engineered cementitious composite under direct current exertion
Author(s): En-Hua Yang, Guanghui Zhang
Pages: 152-161


Incorporation of treated straw and wood fly ash into clay building brick
Author(s): Wan Chen, Lisbeth M. Ottosen, Pernille E. Jensen, Gunvor M. Kirkelund
Pages: 162

Electrokinetic polymerization of polymethyl methacrylate in hardened cement paste
Author(s): Henry Cardenas Nayeem Nasser, Xi Xie
Pages: 164

Electrokinetic nanoparticle treatment for crack repair in concrete
Author(s): Henry Cardenas, Israel Popoola
Pages: 166

Laboratory and in-the field experiences on the measurement of spontaneous potential in masonry affected by rising damp
Author(s): Elisa Franzoni, Simone Bandini, Gabriela Graziani
Pages: 168

Electrokinetics to modify volume change characteristics of expansive soils: a laboratory based investigation
Author(s): Samudra Jayasekera
Pages: 170

Replacement of 5% of OPC by fly ash and APC residues from MSWI with electrodialytic pre-treatment
Author(s): Cátia Magro, Gunvor Kirkelund, Paula Guedes, Pernille Jensen, Lisbeth Ottosen, Alexandra Ribeiro
Pages: 172

Electro-desalination of sandstone contaminated with sodium sulphate
Author(s): Lisbeth M. Ottosen
Pages: 174-175

Using geoelectrical methods to assess corrosion of rebar and preferential flow paths in dams
Author(s): André Revil
Pages: 176-177

Electrokinetics induced cementation in offshore soils
Author(s): Julie Q. Shang
Pages: 178