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An Experimental Study on Effect of Steel Corrosion on the Bond–Slip Performance of Reinforced Concrete

Xiaolin Zhang, Shenzhen University
Xuebing Liang, Shenzhen University
Hancheng Huang, Shenzhen University
Haijun Zhou, Shenzhen University

Carbon Fiber as Anode Material for Cathodic Prevention in Cementitious Materials

Emma Qingnan Zhang, Chalmers University of Technology
Luping Tang, Chalmers University of Technology
Thomas Zack, University of Gothenburg

Corrosion-Induced Concrete Cracking Model Considering Corrosion-Filled Paste

Jianfeng Dong, Zhejiang University
Yuxi Zhao, Zhejiang University
Yingyao Wu, Zhejiang University
Weiliang Jin, Zhejiang University

Durability-Based Optimal Design Methodology for RC Members in Corrosive Environment

Saeid A. Alghamdi, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals
Shamsad Ahmad, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals
Adamu Lawan, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals

Influence of Concrete Moisture Condition on Half-Cell Potential Measurement

Sylvia Kessler, Technical University of Munich
Christoph Gehlen, Technical University of Munich

Investigation of a Novel 3D Non-Destructive Evaluation for Corrosion Process in Reinforced Concrete

Guohao Fang, Shenzhen University
Biqin Dong, Shenzhen University
Ningxu Han, Shenzhen University
Feng Xing, Shenzhen University

Investigation of the Spatial Variability of Steel Weight Loss and Corrosion Cracking: A Novel X-ray Technique

Sopokhem Lim, Waseda University
Haitao Jiang, Waseda University
Mitsuyoshi Akiyama, Waseda University

Probability Model of Corrosion-Induced Cracking Time in Chloride-Contaminated Reinforced Concrete

Chunhua Lu, Jiangsu University
Jinmu Yang, Jiangsu University
Ronggui Liu, Jiangsu University

Threshold Chloride Concentration of Stainless Steels in Simulated Concrete Pore Solution

Hailong Wang, Zhejiang University
Jiayan Ling, Zhejiang University
Xiaoyan Sun, Zhejiang University