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      • Le 27/08/2022
      • Discover the content of the session: "Corrosion monitoring of concrete infrastructures in marine environment"

      • This session organized by the labSTICC laboratory and the French Corrosion Institute focus on structural health monitoring (SHM) methods and related technologies applied to corrosion and degradation of reinforced concrete infrastructures in marine environment. Experts from all around the world are invited to discuss the latest achievements, from the sensing methods to their deployment in field through smart solutions. This will be an unique opportunity for port and public authorities, companies and academic institutions to imagine innovative solutions. Applications are associated with, but not restricted to, coastal and offshore concrete infrastructures such as port, nuclear plants, bridges, platform, wind turbine, etc.
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        Convenors: LabSTICC (France) and French Corrosion Institute (France)

         

        Programme

        THURSDAY 29th September 2022, Afternoon

         

        3.15-pm

        Global review of steel corrosion in concrete structures

        Xavier Hallopeau(95)

        (95) SECCO Corrosion Consulting, France

         

        3.40pm

        Extending the lifetime of marine structures: interest of durability predictive models

        Jonathan Mai-Nhu(203)

        (203) CERIB, France

         

        4.05pm

        Structural Health Monitoring of a competitive foundation for tidal turbine - Durability of Fibre Bragg Grating sensors

        Natalie Williams Portal(96), Miguel Prieto Rábade(96), and Carolina Franciscangelis(96)

        (96) RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Sweden

         

        4.30pm

        Development of Autonomous UHF-RFID Sensors Embedded in Concrete for the Monitoring of Infrastructures in Marine Environments

        Karim Bouzaffour(89)(12), Benoit Lescop(89), François Gallée(12), Philippe Talbot(89), and Stéphane Rioual(89)

        (89) University of Western Brittany (UBO), Lab-STICC, UMR CNRS 6285, France

        (12) IMT Atlantique, Lab-STICC, UMR CNRS 6285, France

         

        4.45pm - Coffee break

         

        4.55pm

        Real time monitoring of the chloride ingress in concrete and rebar corrosion using electrical resistance, Ag/AgCl and Ultra High Frequency sensors

        Erwan Diler(88), Karim Bouzaffour(89), Johan Becker(88), Victor Grassin(196), Benoit Lescop(89), and Stéphane Rioual(89)

        (88) Institut de la Corrosion, France

        (89) University of Western Brittany (UBO), Lab-STICC, UMR CNRS 6285, France

        (196) National School of Chemistry, Biology and Physics (ENSCBP-Bordeaux INP), France


        5.20pm

        Upgrade of a test side at the isle of Helgoland by real-time corrosion monitoring

        Marita Büteführ(90), and Jürgen Frick(90)

        (90) Materials Testing Institute University of Stuttgart, Germany

         

        5.45pm

        CAHPREEX: RFID technology for bridge monitoring

        Stéphane Rioual(89), Cheikh A.T. Sarr(91), Benoit Lescop(89), Yannick Falaise(91), Sylvain Chataigner(91), Laurent Gaillet(91), Romain Pittet(92), Jean-Luc Dabert(92), Pierre-Alain Lhote(93), and Pierre-Yves Guarini(93)

        (89) University of Western Brittany (UBO), Lab-STICC, UMR CNRS 6285, France

        (91) Université Gustave Eiffel, Département MAST, Laboratoire SMC, France

        (92) APRR AREA, Dir. Infrastructure Patrimoine et Environnement, France

        (93) ARTLIA, BU Mobilités & Infrastructures, France

         

        6pm

        Open discussion and concluding remarks

         

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