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Date Title Document
01/Jan/2017 Reinforced Concrete: History, Properties and Durability Technical Note 1.pdf
31/Dec/2016 An Introduction to Electrochemical Rehabilitation Techniques Technical Note 2.pdf
30/Dec/2016 Cathodic protection of steel in concrete - the international perspective Technical Note 3.pdf
29/Dec/2016 Monitoring and maintenance of conductive coating anode cathodic protection systems Technical Note 4.pdf
28/Dec/2016 Corrosion mechanisms - an introduction to aqueous corrosion Technical Note 5.pdf
27/Dec/2016 The principles and practice of galvanic cathodic protection for reinforced concrete Technical Note 6.pdf
26/Dec/2016 Cathodic protection of early steel framed buildings Technical Note 7.pdf
25/Dec/2016 Cathodic protection of steel in concrete - frequently asked questions Technical Note 8.pdf
24/Dec/2016 Electrochemical Realkalisation of Steel Reinforced Concrete - A State of the Art Report Technical Note 9.pdf
23/Dec/2016 Stray Current Technical Note 10.pdf
22/Dec/2016 Impressed Current Anodes for the Cathodic Protection of Atmospherically Exposed Technical Note 11.pdf
22/Dec/2016 Impressed Current Anodes for the Cathodic Protection of Atmospherically Exposed Reinforced Concrete Technical Note 11(1).pdf
21/Dec/2016 Budget Cost and Anode Performance Information For Impressed Current Cathodic Protection of Reinforce Technical Note 12.pdf
20/Dec/2016 Surface Preparation of Concrete prior to installation of anode materials Technical Note 13.pdf
19/Dec/2016 Corrosion Monitoring Technical Note 14.pdf
18/Dec/2016 CP Training and Certification Technical Note 15.pdf
17/Dec/2016 Corrosion Inhibitors Technical Note 16.pdf
16/Dec/2016 Monitoring CP Systems Technical Note 17.pdf
15/Dec/2016 Coating Concrete Technical Note 18.pdf
14/Dec/2016 Acceptable Electrical Resistivities of Concrete Repairs for Cathodic Protection Systems Technical Note 19.pdf
13/Dec/2016 Cathodic Protection for Masonry Buildings Incorporating Structural Steel Frames Technical Note 20.pdf
12/Dec/2016 Cathodic Protection of Prestressed Concrete Technical Note 21.pdf
11/Dec/2016 Cathodic Protection for Buried & Immersed Structures Technical Note 22.pdf
10/Dec/2016 Cathodic Protection for New Structures Technical Note 23.pdf
09/Dec/2016 Continuity and Shorts in Electrochemical Treatments Technical Note 25- Continuity and Shorts.pdf
08/Dec/2016 Corrosion Testing of Concrete Structures Technical Note 27.pdf
07/Dec/2016 A is for Anode Technical Note 28.pdf

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CPD SEMINAR PROGRAMME 2017

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CORROSION TESTING OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES

This is a concise summary of the most commonly used corrosion testing techniques for reinforced and pre-stressed concrete structures. To download Click here

GLOSSARY OF TERMS 'A FOR ANODE'

A brief description of terms likely to be encountered in discussions about corrosion and in cathodic protection of steel in concrete is available to download from the CPA website. Click here

CONTINUITY AND SHORTS IN ELECTROCHEMICAL TREATMENTS

Electrochemical treatments are extensively used to treat corrosion-damaged concrete. These include impressed current and galvanic cathodic protection, chloride extraction, re-alkalisation, and hybrid treatments using a temporary power supply. To read more and download the Technical Note Click here

IMPRESSED CURRENT ANODES FOR THE CATHODIC PROTECTION OF ATMOSPHERICALLY EXPOSED REINFORCED CONCRETE

Impressed current cathodic protection is widely used to provide corrosion control on reinforced concrete structures suffering from reinforcement corrosion. It is also applied to early 20th century steel framed masonry and brick clad buildings and monuments.. To download the Technical note Click here

 

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