As the main problem of the durability deterioration of concrete structures, the corrosion of steel bars is usually made by the method of electrified corrosion with a short cycle and low cost. However, there is a big difference between the actual corrosion depth and the theoretical corrosion depth after the reinforcement is electrified. In this paper, through the accelerated corrosion test of steel bars, the change law and influence factors of corrosion efficiency of steel bars in concrete simulated pore solution and NaCl solution are studied. The test results show that the corrosion efficiency of reinforcement in the NaCl solution is higher than that in the concrete simulated pore solution, and the corrosion efficiency in the NaCl solution changes in two stages with the corrosion degree of reinforcement. The corrosion efficiency of concrete in the simulated pore solution decreases with the increase of corrosion degree of reinforcement, which is more significant than that in the NaCl solution. Under the same conditions, the corrosion efficiency is higher in the chloride ion solution with high concentration, and the influence of chloride ion concentration change in the simulated pore solution of concrete on the corrosion efficiency is more significant. The corrosion efficiency of reinforcement under low current density is higher than that under high current density.
Simulated Pore Solution Concrete Pore Solution Effect Of NaCl Solution NaCl Solution Concrete Pore Corrosion Of Steel Bars Chloride Ion Solution Corrosion Depth Concrete Solution Low Current Density
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