This book provides an overview of various methods of concrete reinforcement against corrosion. It consists of chapters, discussing reinforced concrete, concrete damages, causes of damages, protection, concrete maintenance, principles of corrosion, and how to conduct experiments to obtain reinforced concrete data. This book contributes to the infrastructure industry and is useful for the wider community to add insight into the field of corrosion and material damage. Reinforced concrete is a construction material that combines concrete and steel reinforcement. Thus, studying corrosion is useful for knowing when a material will break down and what will happen to the metal now and in the future. Knowing the corrosion process will prevent sudden damage, so it can provide early preparation. For this reason, knowledge is needed on how to check for damage to concrete, the process of corrosion mechanisms, corrosion prevention, methods for calculating corrosion rates, and how to maintain reinforced concrete so that it lasts longer. This book caters to researchers, administrators, academicians, policymakers, entrepreneurs, practitioners, instructors, and students who are looking to enrich their understanding of concrete reinforcement against corrosion.