Chloride Durability and Future Maintenance of a 40+ Year Marine Structure  


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Warren Green of Vinisi Partners discusses the corrosion management approaches that were considered and the repairs adopted for the concrete assets at the Newcastle Port in NSW.

  • Background to the project
  • Durability approach
  • Petrographic examination and Microprobe analysis
  • Durability hypotheses
  • Conventional patch repairs
  • Long term patch repair misconceptions
  • Conclusion

Warren Green: Director at Vinsi Partners Consulting Engineers: BAppSc (App Chem), Post Grad Dip Chem, MSc (Corr Sc & Eng)

Warren is a member of the Concrete Institute Durability Committee and Task Group Chair for the Durability Performance Testing Recommended Practice, Task Group Member for the Durability Planning, Construction Phase Durability, Durability Modelling and Exposure Classifications Recommended Practice Documents as well as a Member of the fib (the International Federation for Structural Concrete) Working Parties on “Durability Testing of New Structures”, “In Service Corrosion Tests” and “Corrosion Propagation”.

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Total viewing time - 16 min