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Diagnosing and repairing carbonation in concrete structures
This paper concentrates on the carbonation of concrete, but also provides a brief synopsis of varying defects in concrete when used as a building material. It outlines the different defects that can arise with concrete, discusses the cause of these defects, and puts forward industry-recommended remedial action. It also uses live case study examples of the solutions to prolonging the life expectancy of external concrete facades.
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CitationWare, Toby (2012, December 1). Diagnosing and repairing carbonation in concrete structures. In the Journal of Building Survey, Appraisal & Valuation, Volume 1, Issue 4.