Citlalli Gaona
Curing (chemistry)Composite materialMetallurgyMaterials scienceCorrosionElectrochemical noiseCharacterization (materials science)ThermoplasticReinforced concreteCompressive loadSystem aThermoplastic compositesConcrete beamsSalt waterHigh strain ratePassivationFiberCementElectrochemistryFiber-reinforced compositeDielectric spectroscopy
Publications 5
#1Carolina RamirezH-Index: 1
#2Vitor Luiz ReisH-Index: 2
Last. Miguel Angel BaltazarH-Index: 1
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#1Vitor Luiz ReisH-Index: 2
#2Carlos V. OpeltH-Index: 8
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#1J. L. PérezH-Index: 7
#2Citlalli GaonaH-Index: 3
Last. Leonel LópezH-Index: 1
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In this work, corrosion of reinforcing steel in concrete beams exposed to two environments was evaluated. The two environments used were: drinking water (white) and salt water (5% NaCl sol.) for 18-months. The concrete had a water/cement ratio of 0.40 and 0.60, respectively. Monitoring was carried out by measuring macrocell voltage and current, with open-circuit potentials and electrochemical noise. The results presented more probability of corrosion in beams immersed in salt water with higher w...
#1Abraham LópezH-Index: 1
#2Facundo AlmerayaH-Index: 1
Last. Víctor OrozcoH-Index: 1
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The effect of three curing methods (immersion, waterproof membrane and steam) in the corrosion rate of reinforced concrete beams, w/c ratio of 0.40 and cover thickness of 4 cm, are exposed in synthetic water (ASTM 1141-98) during a total of 180 days. The corrosion rates are obtained by linear polarization (LPR) and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS). According to the obtained results, curing methods that they maintain a mayor time the wet state in the concrete have a best performance i...
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#2Facundo AlmerayaH-Index: 1
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