Corrosion of steel reinforcement is by far the most important single cause of deterioration in reinforced concrete structures. The risk of corrosion can be substantially reduced by using corrosion-resistant alloys, such as stainless steel, instead of carbon steel reinforcement. However, there is little guidance to specify the depth of concrete cover required when using stainless steel reinforcement.
Published: January 2019
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