I am searching for a reasonably simplified equation for computing (estimating) the rate of corrosion of steel sheet piles in clay soil. I have information on the chemistry of the groundwater, including pH, chlorides, sulfates, conductance, and alkalinity. The upper section of the SZ14.5 (A-572 grade steel) sheet pile (0.25" thick) is above the groundwater and the lower section will be below the permanent groundwater. We need to estimate the corrosion over a 100 year life.
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