WG1-1:Salt Damage

Staff introduction

  • Chairman Shinichi Miyazato (Kanazawa Institute of Technology)
  • Mitsuharu Tokunaga (Kanazawa Institute of Technology)
  • Shōji Takechi (Kanazawa Institute of Technology)
  • Sadao Kimura (Kanazawa Institute of Technology)
  • Daishin Hanaoka (Kanazawa Institute of Technology)
  • Tatsuro Hatanaka (Kanazawa Institute of Technology)
  • Hajime Ito (Toyama Prefectural University)
  • Yūya Sakai (University of Tokyo)
  • Minobu Aoyama (Central Nippon Highway Engineering Nagoya Company Limited)
  • Kazuhiro Kobayashi (P.S. Mitsubishi Construction Co., Ltd.)
  • Shinya Kitagawa (Sato Kogyo Co., Ltd.)

Outline

① Continuous exposure of PC test girder deteriorated by salt damage
④ Experimental and analytical study on effects of steel corrosion degree on serviceability and load bearing capacity of RC-PC test girders
⑤ Assessing the influence of complex deterioration caused by “salt damage and ASR” and “salt damage and neutralization” in ④
⑥-1 Investigation of steel corrosion degree based on loading tests and dismantling investigation of PC test girders manufactured in ①
⑥-2 Creating the evaluation criteria for visual inspection and the determination of degradation degree based on steel corrosion on actual bridges
⑦ Salt damage countermeasures based on the regional standardization of fly ash concrete
⑨ Development of monitoring technology using titanium wire sensor
⑪ Developing asset management system for bridges deteriorated by salt damage
⑫ Trial run of the asset management system for bridges under salt deterioration in local region