Evaluation of Stainless Steel Reinforcement in Bridge Decks.
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Evaluation of Stainless Steel Reinforcement in Bridge Decks.

  • 2007-10-01

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      This report is a follow up and final report to the report on the “ Evaluation of Stainless Steel Reinforcement, Construction Report. RDT 03 – 003”. The results of interim testing during the bridges first five years are reported for Missouri’s first cast-in-place bridge deck using solid stainless steel reinforcing bars. This deck was compared to a conventionally constructed deck using precast p/s stay-in-place panels and a top mat of epoxy coated reinforcing steel. The deck construction was completed in 2001. Fiber-optic chloride sensors were embedded in both decks but no data was obtained from them. From the physical testing done, both destructive and non-destructive, conclusions of the assessments made of the corrosion conditions of the bars and decks were made. Recommendations for maintenance of the decks and on future testing were made.
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