Corrosion of Reinforced Concrete Structures (in Memoriam of Prof. Jose Antonio Gonzalez)
This RIP symposium is seeking abstracts that cover the overall aspects of corrosion of steel in concrete as regard to building, construction, architecture and infrastructure including reinforced concrete structures, off-shore an on-shore infrastructure, bridges and concrete pipelines. Different aspects of corrosion of steel in concrete will be covered including pitting corrosion, uniform corrosion, chloride corrosion threshold, carbonation influenced corrosion, new cementitious materials, new geopolymer concrete, fly ash concrete corrosion, stress corrosion cracking, fatigue corrosion, weld joints corrosion, corrosion inhibitors, electrochemical chloride removal, electrochemical realkalinization, new corrosion monitoring techniques, modeling and simulation.
Communications including experimental, modeling and simulation are highly recommended and emphasized. Including electrochemical and surface characterization techniques. New transformational concepts that revolution the next century buildings and infrastructure will be very welcome. Submissions should focus on recent results or currently ongoing research.
Chair: David Bastidas
Vice Chair: Nick Birbilis