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How to recognize and counteract carbonation in reinforced concrete structures

The series of structural collapses has raised awareness among the scientific community about the need to inspect deteriorating existing infrastructure. This contribution illustrates the mechanisms of carbon dioxide attack and the procedures for intervention and repair.

How to recognize and counteract carbonation in reinforced concrete structures

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