El-Madaani, F., Zaid, M., Gaydecki, P., Hussin, H. and Miller, G. (2006) Assessment of corrosion activity in reinforcing steel bars embedded within concrete using the inductive scanning technique. Paper presented to: 32nd Symposium on Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation, Brunswick, Maine, USA, 31 July – 5 August 2005. Melville, New York: American Institute of Physics. 0735403120. (AIP conference proceedings; vol. 820)
El-Madaani, F., Zaid, M., Gaydecki, P., Hussin, H. and Miller, G.
Corrosion processes with time may cause cracking, delamination and finally catastrophic failure of concrete structures. From a safety aspect as well as economic reasons, it is necessary to monitor concrete structures to detect corrosion at its early stages utilizing non-destructive testing techniques. In this paper, a new monitoring technique using inductive scanning technology is presented. Results obtained using this technique are compared with the potential mapping data. The advantages and limitations of both techniques are discussed