Three-Dimensional Corrosion Pit Measurement and Statistical Mechanical Degradation Analysis of Deformed Steel Bars Subjected to Accelerated Corrosion
This study experimentally investigated the effect of corrosion non-uniformity on the mechanical property degradation of deformed steel bars. Both the average and critical cross-sectional areas were determined using a 3D laser scanner. Tensile test results and statistical analysis showed that both the yield and ultimate loads linearly decreased with an increase of corrosion loss while the elongation and ductility decreased exponentially. Corrosion did not affect the yield and ultimate strength based on the critical cross-sectional area. Mixed brittle and ductile fracture occurred in uncorroded steel bars while brittle fracture initiated at corrosion pits and propagated outwards in corroded steel bars.
F. Tang et al., "Three-Dimensional Corrosion Pit Measurement and Statistical Mechanical Degradation Analysis of Deformed Steel Bars Subjected to Accelerated Corrosion," Construction and Building Materials, vol. 70, pp. 104-117, Elsevier Ltd, Nov 2014.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2014.08.001
Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Statistical Analysis; Bars (Metal); Brittle Fracture; Ductile Fracture; Fracture; Mechanical Properties; Statistical Methods; Tensile Strength; Tensile Testing; 3-D Scans; Accelerated Corrosion; Corroded Steel Bars; Corrosion Pits; Cross Sectional Area; Mechanical Degradation; Property Degradation; Steel Bars; Deformed Steel Bar
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01 Nov 2014