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Sham-sul-nisa , Samina Nusrat Naveed, Ashish Sharma
Cathodic protection prevents corrosion of steel incorporated in concrete structures and bridges. Because of the action of chloride ions, reinforced structures readily corroded in a maritime environment. For the majority of concrete structures, Cathodic Protection offers long-term rehabilitation techniques. Due to the corrosion of the reinforcing steel, concrete structures exposed to marine conditions are deteriorating. Effective corrosion protection must be taken into consideration for both new construction and damage repair because this deterioration progresses quickly and seriously. For all concrete structures in marine conditions, cathodic protection is anticipated to be a realistic corrosion protection method. The following factors were taken into account in this study to establish high reliability for cathodic protection of concrete structures: (1) establishing standards for cathodic protection on concrete structures (2) analysing the issue of overprotection in prestressed concrete constructions.
M. Tech Scholar, Department of Civil Engineering, RIMT University, Gobindgarh, Punjab, India
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