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Development of concrete as an every day construction material has been a bene t of paramount importance to the mankind Over the years, conventional lime and Portland cement concrete evolved into:
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5 Due to distress from severe localized deterioration, vehicle impact damage and observed scour needs to be xed
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Issues can be summarized as: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Assessing damage and deterioration Identifying the causes Load testing NDT techniques Developing reports Cementitious materials selection process Surface preparation Placement methods Crack and joint repairs Use of protective systems such as membranes and waterproo ng, sealers, and coatings
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A one-course deck slab with a corrosion inhibitor admixture may be preferred Minimum top reinforcement cover is higher (eg, 2 inches) 1 Two-course construction with the overlay of LMC or silica fume requires an additional one to two weeks construction time 2 Deck joints: Expansion joints may need replacement Alternates such as compression or strip seal deck joints will be considered, and the joints should be repaired (by installing strip seal joints or eliminating the joint by providing a continuous deck as part of a rehabilitation project) 3 Precautions during demolition: To prevent debris from falling below, shielding (such as installing wire nets) below the deck will be provided 4 The sidewalk decking will be evaluated and upgraded, if necessary, to improve safety 5 Expansion dams: If a eld visit has shown non-functioning deck expansion joints, adequate expansion joints need to be provided
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1014 Fender System Reconstruction
An inspection report may cite xing of damaged or missing planks in timber fenders around piers This may result from ship collision or oating ice blocks Damaged planks will be replaced and re-bolted Check the fender system s ability to resist vessel collision and ice loading Analysis will be by using a three-dimensional model The STAAD Pro program or alternate computer software will be used
DETAILS OF REPAIRS
Flow Diagram for Repair of Cracks and Defects
Essential activities of repairs are shown in the ow diagram in Figure 101 Details of repair methods are given in Table 101, mostly using concrete materials, although steel wire and steel plate may be required for jacketing For repairs based on functional requirements, basically two functions are served 1 Architectural repairs to maintain aesthetics: Cosmetic and surface cracks are generally repaired by sealants, grouts, or other protection system
CONCRETE REPAIR METHODS
Condition Survey
Non-Structural Cracks
Welds, Bolts, Gussets and Connections
Structural Cracks, Thermal Cracks
Potential to Become Structural Crack No
Deck Slab, Girder, Bearings Pier, Abutment, Foundation
Cosmetic Cracks
Minor or Major Defects, Surface Defects, Underwater Defects
Apply Sealant/ Protection System
Select Repair Technique Method and Material
Application of Repair Technique
Figure 101 Flow diagram for minor and major repairs
2 Structural repairs: They are required for safety and to prevent costly repairs or replacements 3 Standard procedures are available for all construction materials such as concrete, steel, and masonry In selecting a repair technique, feasibility of restoration to original strength and long-term performance of the repaired defect needs to be evaluated ASTM, ACI, AASHTO, and FHWA repair procedures need to be followed
1022 Repairs Based on Locations and Access:
1 2 3 4
Visible and invisible defects Surface defects Connection defects Underwater defects
Repairs Based on Potential Damage
The extent of potential damage needs to be assessed and the consequences and risk of material failures if repairs are unattended Some of the applications are:
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1 Evaluate compressive strength from NDT before repairs 2 Structural repair and strengthening of concrete elements 3 Post-tensioning repair
1024 Factors Important in Reducing Early Cracking
They may be listed as: 1 2 3 4 5 Low shrinkage Low modulus of elasticity High creep Low heat of hydration Use of shrinkage compensating cement
1025 Advanced Concrete Repair Methods
The following methods are a continuation of those discussed in 9 Use of a concrete overlay system: 1 2 3 4 5 LMC RS LMC Microsilica fume concrete Polymer surface treatment thin epoxy overlay Corrosion inhibiting admixture
Crack Width versus Type of Repair
Common repair methods are: 1 2 3 4 5
Removing damaged concrete by saw cut or jack hammer the damaged areas Create square vertical sides Preparing existing concrete for repair Apply tar and chips Patching and overlays (partial or full depth patching)
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