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NACE Standard RP0187-2005

Design Considerations for Corrosion Control of Reinforcing Steel in Concrete

This standard presents corrosion control guidelines that are applicable to structures made of reinforced portland cement concrete. Reinforcing steel is compatible with concrete not only because of similar thermal expansion properties, but also because the highly alkaline portland cement allows a stable, protective oxide film to form on the surface of the encased steel.


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