Failure of post-tensioned (PT) anchorage pocket patches is a common condition that can occur shortly after original construction and will worsen over time if not addressed. In this article, engineers and concrete experts Linda Quartner, Stephen Schmitt, Jr., and Jeffrey West use specific case studies to discuss trowel-applied and precast plug repairs as two options to remediate PT anchorage pocket patch failures.
Used with permission from the International Concrete Repair Institute.
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