Corrosion rate evaluation by gravimetric and electrochemical techniques applied to the metallic reinforcing structures of a historic building
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This work presents the diagnosis procedure followed to determine the degree of damage of a 100-year-oldreinforced concrete building located in Barcelona city, the Sant-Manuel pavilion at Hôpital de la Santa Creui Sant-Pau. Some structural components of this building were affected by severe corrosion problems inthe reinforcing steel UPN profiles. In order to obtain a representative sample set, a preliminary inspectionof the macroscopic architectonic structure was applied at selected zones that exhibited the metallic back-bone. Gravimetric and electrochemical techniques have demonstrated that some UPN profiles presentedhigh corrosion rate. This was mainly due to the presence of water pipes installed beside the metallicstructure, which was a source of humidity, and also to the presence of calcium carbonate, calcium silicatehydrate, and calcium chloride substances inside the cement in direct contact with the metallic struc-tures, which were responsible for the steel depassivation. The work shows a practical example of howa suitable combination of chemical, physical and electrochemical techniques can be applied together tocharacterize a corrosion process, the obtained results validating and corroborating the prediction of thecorrosion rate in metallic structures.
CitationIribarren, J., Liesa, F., Aleman, C., Armelin, E. Corrosion rate evaluation by gravimetric and electrochemical techniques applied to the metallic reinforcing structures of a historic building. "Journal of cultural heritage", 28 Setembre 2017, vol. 27, p. 153-163.
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