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- Date: Thu, 2 Sep 1999 03:58:28 EDT
In a message dated 9/1/1999 8:37:06 PM Pacific Daylight Time, bobfennema(--nospam--at)home.com writes: << I am working a similar problem where a three story tall concrete moment frame at the end of an oceanfront home has corrosion of reinforcing steel causing cracking of the concrete. It appears that some of the steel will be usable but much will have to replaced. The frame is also under designed and under built. I am looking for articles or other references about repairs of this type of problem. Am thinking about shotcrete over new steel but have never use it in this application. Any leads or tips would be appreciated. Bob Fennema 619-697-4005 619-697-8648 FAX >> You may want to contact Fibrewrap in San Diego. They have done composite wraps of beach front piles and concrete moment frames (fiberglass, carbon fiber). This may be an economical solution for part of the problem, but you still need to get rid of as much rust as possible. Michael Cochran S.E.
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