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Alkali-aggregate reaction (AAR) is a potentially deleterious process in concrete containing reactive aggregates, and can lead to varying degrees of cracking in structures, and differential movement and misalignment of concrete elements and mechanical installations. The rehabilitation of affected structures would require information on the extent of current damage and possibility of on-going damage that could be caused by AAR.

Information on the characterisation of concrete components of an AAR-affected dam and estimation of their future potential for further expansion and cracking are provided and repair options discussed in this paper.

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    1998  Papers

    1998 – Characterisation of AAR-Affected Concrete From Dam Structures for Rehabilitation Purposes

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    1999  Papers

    1999 – Investigations on Canning Dam Concrete Gravity Structure and it’s Rehabilitation

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    2018  Papers

    2018 – Dam Safety Management of Junction and Clover Dams: A Risk Based and Observational Approach

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    2012  Papers

    2012 – Reducing Uncertainties in Safety Assessments of Aging Dams through Site Specific Investigations

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    2010  Papers

    2010 – INVESTIGATION OF TWO AGING CONCRETE GRAVITY DAMS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA

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