The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 79 (2001) > Issues > Issue 5 > Silane Surfeit on the Second Severn Crossing and Other Concretes
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Silane Surfeit on the Second Severn Crossing and Other Concretes

I described site silane problems in 1997 and, since specifiers continue to invoke this expensive treatment, I thought it time to write a critique based on Second Severn Crossing (SSC) and other site experience. Dr Maurice Levitt

Author(s): Levitt, Maurice

Keywords: concrete;strengthening;tides;underwater;chlorides