This book is the most comprehensive and flexible theory of chloride ingress in concrete to date. Based on test results and field observations, the book demonstrates the easy application of this theory to practice.
The information is presented in a clear style with each chapter containing an introduction, technical applications and examples, and a final section covering the mathematics behind the theory, to enable the reader to obtain a deeper insight into the subject.
Primarily aimed at practising engineers engaged in analysis and design of concrete structures exposed to a chloride laden environment, this book is also a useful reference for mathematicians and engineering students.
Table of Contents
Preface Acknowledgements 1. Introduction and Reader's Report 2. Constant Chloride Diffusivity 3. Error Function and Related Functions 4. Fick's Second Law for Constant Diffusion Coefficient 5. Time-Dependent Chloride Diffusivity 6. Location-Dependent Chloride Diffusivity 7. Special Topics 8. Tables Bibliography Index