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shim_trans  Summery
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arrow_right  Objective
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shim_trans  Project Background
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shim_trans  Bravo 25 Description
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shim_trans  Crane Rail Removal
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shim_trans  Loss of Transverse
 Negative Moment
 Capacity over the
 Outboard Crane Rail
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shim_trans  Concrete Repair
 Materials
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 Repair Procedure
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shim_trans  Cathodic Protection
 System
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shim_trans  Cathodic Protection
 System Installation
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 Measurements
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shim_trans  Reinforcing Steel
 Lead Wire Installation
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shim_trans  Upgrade Reinforcement
 Introduction
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shim_trans  Analysis of Bravo-25
 Load Response
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 Bravo 25 Resistence
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 Acknowledgements
 References
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Turbine Deck Load Capacity Restored


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Objective

The objective was to rehabilitate the concrete, protect existing reinforcement from corrosion, and increase the load capacity of the areas at each end of the Bravo 25 berthing at Naval Station (NAVSTA) Pearl Harbor (Figure 1). This upgrade provided platforms to support mobile crane outrigger loads up to 125 kip (560 kN) and a uniform load up to 750 psf (35 kPa). To accomplish this unsound concrete was removed and replaced, an impressed current cathodic protection (ICCP) system was installed to protect the existing steel reinforcing, and carbon/epoxy composite reinforcing was added to the top and bottom surfaces of the deck and track slabs. The upgrade was completed with minimal interruptions to normal pier operations.

 

The Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center (NFESC) designed and detailed the concrete repair and rehabilitation, embedded titanium strip ICCP system, and a carbon/epoxy composite strength upgrade. The construction contract was awarded based on best value and technical qualifications to ACE Restoration and Waterproofing Inc., of Fullerton, California. The ICCP installation was subcontracted to CORPRO. SIKA Corporation provided concrete repair materials, DFI Composites supplied pultruded carbon reinforcing rods, and Master Builders Technologies supplied carbon laminate reinforcing systems. This report provides names of specific products, manufacturers, suppliers, and contractors of upgrade, repair, and cathodic protection of concrete structures. This does not constitute endorsement or recommendation of these products and services.

 

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Figure 1. Berthing Bravo 25 at NAVSTA, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

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620 E. Walnut Ave.
Fullerton, CA 92831
714.526.7366
Fax: 714.526.7965

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