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Materials and Structures

, Volume 36, Issue 7, pp 461–471 | Cite as

Half-cell potential measurements—Potential mapping on reinforced concrete structures

  • B. Elsener
  • C. Andrade
  • J. Gulikers
  • R. Polder
  • M. Raupach
RILEM Technical Committees RILEM TC 154-EMC: ‘Electrochemical Techniques for Measuring Metallic Corrosion’ Recommendations

Keywords

Concrete Structure Bridge Deck Concrete Surface Corrosion State Repair Work 
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  • B. Elsener
  • C. Andrade
  • J. Gulikers
  • R. Polder
  • M. Raupach

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