ACI 211.1R-91-Standard Practice for Selecting Proportions for Normal, Heavyweight, and Mass Concrete

ACI 211.1R-91-Standard Practice for Selecting Proportions for Normal, Heavyweight, and Mass Concrete

Part 1 of the American Concrete Institute (ACI) Manual of Concrete Practice contains committee reports and standards designated from ACI 104-71(97) to ACI 223-98. The contents include information on the following topics: concrete notation; cement and concrete terminology; concrete construction and materials tolerances; quality management; thermal properties; the Mercer Mile historic buildings; materials property database; concrete durability; mass concrete; creep, shrinkage and temperature effects;

 

Concrete erosion and repair in hydraulic structures; selecting proportions for normal, heavyweight and mass concrete, for lightweight concrete, for no-slump concrete and for high-strength concrete; chemical admixtures; superplasticizers; strength test results; obtaining cores and interpreting compressive strength results; fatigue loading; fire endurance; normal and heavyweight aggregates in concrete; alkali-aggregate reactivity; corrosion protection of metals in concrete; test method for chloride; prestressing steel corrosion; corrosion mitigation of concrete reinforcement and shrinkage-compensating concrete.

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