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CORTEC 2018

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Migrating Corrosion Inhibitors to Protect Reinforced Concrete Structures References 1. http://www.infrastructurereportcard.org/. 2. D. Bjegovic, B. Miksic, "Migrating Corrosion Inhibitor Protection of Concrete," MP 38, 11 (1999). 3. D. Stark, "Influence of Design and Materials on Corrosion Resistance of Steel in Concrete," R & D Bulletin, RD098.01T (Skokie, Illinois: Portland Cement Association, 1989). 4. Portland Cement Association, " Types and Causes of Concrete Deterioration," IS536.01, R&D Serial No. 2617, © 2002 PCA. 5. D.A. Koleva, K. van Breuge, J.H.W. de Wit, E. van Westing, N. Boshkov, A.L.A. Fraaij, "Elec- trochemical Behavior, Microstructural Analy- sis, and Morphological Observations in Rein- forced Mortar Subjected to Chloride Ingress," J. of the Electrochemical Society, 154 (2007): pp. E45–E56. 6. M. Shen, A. Furman, A. Hansen, "Protecting Concrete Reinforcement Using Admixture with Migrating Corrosion Inhibitor and Water Repellent Component," CORROSION 2014, paper no. 4250 (Houston, TX: NACE Interna- tional, 2014). 7. J.P. Broomfield et al., Corrosion of Metals in Concrete, ACI 222R-96. 8. R . Dagani, "Chemists Explore Potential of Dendritic Macromolecules as Functional Ma- terials," Chemical & Engineering News, Ameri- can Chemical Society ( June 3, 1996). 9. B. Bavarian, L. Reiner, "Migrating Corrosion Inhibitor Protection of Steel Rebar in Con- crete," MP (2003). 10. H. Saricimen, M. Mohammad, A. Quddus, M. Shameem, M.S. Barry, "Effectiveness of Con- crete Inhibitors in Retarding Rebar Corro- sion," Cement and Concrete Composites, 24 (2002): pp. 89–100. 11. S. Sawada, J. Kubo, C.L. Page, M.M. Page, "Elec- trochemical Injection of Organic Corrosion Inhibitors into Carbonated Cementitious Ma- terials," Corro. Sci. 49 (2007): pp. 1186-1204. 12. ASTM G109, "Standard Test Method for Deter- mining Effects of Chemical Admixtures on Corrosion of Embedded Steel Reinforcement in Concrete Exposed to Chloride Environ- ments" (West Conshohocken, PA: ASTM). 13. G. Qiao, J. Ou, "Corrosion Monitoring of Rein- forcing Steel in Cement Mortar by EIS and ENA," Electrochimica Acta, 52 (2007). 14. ASTM G180, "Standard Test Method for Corro- sion Inhibiting Admixtures for Steel in Con- crete by Polarization Resistance in Cementi- tious Slurries" (West Conshohocken, PA: ASTM). This article is based on CORROSION 2018 paper no. 11011, presented in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. BEHZAD BAVARIAN is a professor in the Department of Manufacturing Systems Engineering and Management and direc- tor of the W.M. Keck Advanced Materials Laboratory at California State University Northridge (CSUN), Northridge, California, USA, email: Bavarian@csun.edu. He received his Ph.D. in metallurgical engineering at The Ohio State University in 1980. He has been a member of NACE International for 35 years and received a 2012 NACE Technical Achievement Award for contributions to corrosion and corrosion engineering. AKINBOSEDE OLUWASEYE ALABA is a materials and corrosion research assis- tant analyst with CSUN, email: seye.akin@ yahoo.com. On this project, which was a master's degree thesis, Alaba was a research assistant analyst to Dr. Behzad Bavarian. Alaba holds a Master of Science degree in materials engineering, and is a member of The American Society for Nondestructive Testing and the World Safety Organization. LISA REINER is a professor in the Department of Manufacturing Systems Engineering and Management and manager of the W.M. Keck Advanced Materials Laboratory at CSUN. JESSICA MEYER is the vice president of sales—Asia/MCI/Additives at Cortec Corp., St. Paul, Minnesota, USA, email: jessij@ cortecvci.com. She holds a B.S. degree in chemistry and business from the University of Wisconsin and has more than 18 years of experience in the construction and corro- sion industries. During that time she has held positions in technical service and sales. Meyer is an active member of the American Concrete Institute (ACI) and the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI), where she serves on the Board of Directors both locally and nationally. She also serves on a number of technical committees for both ACI and ICRI related to corrosion inhibitors, service life, and sustainability as well as the market- ing and chapter committees. FIGURE 5 Comparison of XPS analysis on steel rebar from different concrete samples after 150 days immersed in 3.5% NaCl solution. FIGURE 6 Comparison of XPS depth profiling analysis on steel rebar from different concrete samples after 150 days immersion. 23 CORTEC SUPPLEMENT TO MP MATERIALS PERFORMANCE JUNE 2018

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