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ACI 302.1R-04 Guide for Concrete Floor and Slab Construction

302.1R-2 ACI COMMITTEE REPORT Chapter 2—Classes of floors 2.1—Classification of floors 2.2—Single-course monolithic floors: Classes 1, 2, 4, 5, and 6 2.3—Two-course floors: Classes 3, 7, and 8 2.4—Class 9 floors 2.5—Special finish floors Chapter 3—Design considerations 3.1—Scope ...

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concrete: more than Meets the Eye VERSATILITY Concrete patios are unlike any other type of surface, but what makes concrete stand apart from the rest is its versatility.

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CONCRETE

Saratoga Springs / standards / 02-2004 03300 - 1 CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE SECTION 03300 CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE PART 1 GENERAL 1.01 SECTION INCLUDES A. Concrete form work. B. Floors and slabs on grade.

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Historic Lighthouse Preservation:

Historic Lighthouse Preservation Handbook Part IV. D, Page 1 Concrete 1 is the fourth most common lighthouse construction material. The 1908 Point Arena Lighthouse, the first reinforced concrete lighthouse in the United States was constructed in response to the search for an earthquake-proof ...

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REINFORCEMENT FOR CONCRETE— MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS

E2-2 ACI EDUCATION BULLETIN Chapter 6—Storage and handling, p. E2-14 6.1—Uncoated steel reinforcement 6.2—Epoxy-coated steel reinforcement 6.3—FRP 6.4—Fiber reinforcement Chapter 7—References, p.

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CONCRETE BASICS A Guide to Concrete Practice

CONCRETE BASICS A Guide to Concrete Practice CONTENTS Foreword page 2 CHAPTER 1 Concrete Materials pages 3-5 CHAPTER 2 Concrete Properties pages 6-9 CHAPTER 3 Concrete Testing pages 10-13 CHAPTER 4 Ordering Concrete page 14 CHAPTER 5 Proportioning and Mixing Concrete pages 15-16 CHAPTER 6 ...

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CIP 6 - Joints in Concrete Slabs on Grade

CIP 6 - Joints in Concrete Slabs on Grade WHAT are Joints? WHY are Joints Constructed? Concrete expands and shrinks with changes in moist ure and temperature.

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Curing of Concrete

SCOPE This data sheet provides information on the importance of curing and the techniques for undertaking the process on site. INTRODUCTION Curing is the process of controlling the rate and extent of moisture loss from concrete during cement hydration.

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CIP 27 - Cold Weather Concreting

ASTM C 31 Making and Curing Concrete Test Specimens in the Field , ASTM, West Conshohocken, PA. 5. Cold Weather Ready Mixed Concrete , NRMCA Pub 130, NRMCA, Silver Spring, MD. 6.

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8 Concrete Homes House Plans • 2005-2006 By Carole McMichael W hen homebuilders talk "wish lists" with potential clients, they often expect to discuss architectural styles, such as Prairie, Tuscan, Mediterranean and ultra-modern, and popular amenities, such as spa baths, hearth rooms, hi-tech ...

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