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Journal of JSCE
Reconstruction Roads" are the highways constructed to accelerate recovery from the Great East Japan earthquake that occurred in 2011. The total distance of Reconstruction Roads is approximately 360 km, which includes more than 250 bridges. Because Reconstruction Roads are located in a cold zone, durability against frost attack is necessary for their concrete structures. In addition to freezing and thawing effects, bridges also suffer from alkali silica reaction (ASR) and chloride attack fromdoi:10.2208/journalofjsce.5.1_68 fatcat:4tspbc4g45dezhtcrvtap3kuqa