Table of contents for Concrete repair and maintenance illustrated : problem analysis, repair strategy, techniques / Peter H. Emmons ; illustrated by Brandon W. Emmons.
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Part One: Concrete Behavior.
Section 1: Introduction to Embedded Metal Corrosion.
Section 2: Disintegration Mechanisms.
Section 3: Moisture Effects.
Section 4: Thermal Effects.
Section 5: Load Effects.
Section 6: Faulty Workmanship: Designer, Detailer, Contractor.
Part Two: Concrete Evaluation.
Section 1: Service and Exposure Conditions.
Section 2: Visual and Exploratory Investigation.
Section 3: Locating Delaminated Concrete: Acoustical Emission Methods.
Section 4: Corrosion Activity Measurements.
Section 5: Chloride Contents.
Section 6: Depth of Carbonation.
Section 7: Petrographic Analysis.
Section 8: Locating Voids, Cracks, Honeycomb: Impact Echo Method.
Section 9: Locating Voids, Cracks, Honeycomb: Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity Methods
Section 10: Locating Voids, Cracks, Honeycomb: Remote Viewing Inside Structure.
Section 11: Locating Embedded Reinforcing Steel.
Section 12: Monitoring Movements.
Section 13: Bond Strength of Overlays and Coatings: Pull-off Testing.
Section 14: In Situ Compressive Strength: Rebound and Penetration Methods.
Part Three: Surface Repair.
Section 1: Analysis, Strategy & Design.
Section 2: Material Requirements.
Section 3: Material Selection.
Section 4: Surface Preparation.
Section 5: Reinforcing Steel Cleaning, Repair & Protection.
Section 6: Bonding Repair Materials to Existing Concrete.
Section 7: Placement Methods.
Part Four: Strengthening and Stabilization.
Introduction to Part Four.
Section 1: Techniques/Design Considerations.
Section 2: Beam Shear Capacity Strengthening.
Section 3: Shear Transfer Strengthening Between Members.
Section 4: Stress Reduction Techniques.
Section 5: Column Strengthening.
Section 6: Flexural Strengthening.
Section 7: Connection Stabilization and Strengthening.
Section 8: Crack Stabilization.
Part Five: Protection.
Introduction to Part Five.
Section 1: Strategies.
Section 2: Methods.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Concrete construction -- Maintenance and repair.