Probability of detection of potential mapping and its impact on service life prediction Kessler, Sylvia; Gehlen, Christoph
The potential mapping method is the most suitable inspection method to detect ongoing corrosion in reinforced concrete structures. The accuracy of this measurement method is expressed by the Probability of Detection. In combination with potential mapping data gained from inspection the information about the Probability of Detection delivers the needed information to update the service life prediction of reinforced concrete structures. Potential mapping data includes information about the temporal development and the spatial variability of corrosion. In this way, the condition of existing structures can be evaluated more realistic. This paper presents a case study for updating the service life prediction with concrete cover data and potential mapping.
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