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2011 Catalog

2011 Catalog

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Published by: American Concrete Institute (ACI) on Mar 09, 2011
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Catalog
2011
Publications
Technical Inormation
Seminars
Certifcations
Conventions
Membership
 
For additional details, see page 28.
Purchase today at www.concrete.org or 248-848-3800.
2008 Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete (ACI 318-08) and Commentary 
Order Code: 31808.CAT $174.50 (ACI members $105.00)
 ACI 318 is a must-have standard for all professionals engagedin concrete design, construction, and inspection, containingthe latest code requirements for structural concrete. Thecompanion commentary, in a side-by-side column formatto match the corresponding code requirements, providesbackground information for code provisions.This edition of the ACI Building Code is deemed to satisfythe International Organization for Standardization (ISO)19338E, Performance Assessment Requirements for DesignStandards on Structural Concrete.Over 20 countries worldwide have adopted ACI 318 for usein their national codes.
 New edition of ACI 318 is expected summer 2011
 
2011 Catalog 
Founded in 1904
,the American Concrete Institute is a technical and education society dedicated toimproving the design, construction, maintenance, and repair o concrete and masonry structures.Our annual catalog is a compilation o the products and services we oer. It includes a description o hundredso technical committee documents, Special Publications, and Symposium Publications. It also lists education andcertifcation publications; convention, seminar, and certifcation programs; and inormation on how to join ACI.
Symbols and Related Information
Whenever possible, the use o phrases, characters, and numbers has been standardized. For example, the phrase“Also in MCP-1 and MCP CD-ROM” indicates that a standard or report is also reproduced in the 2011
Manual of Concrete Practice
(MCP), Part 1, and the 2011 MCP CD-ROM. A similar naming convention applies to the documentscontained in the other parts o the MCP. Details relating to the 2011
Manual of Concrete Practice
, Parts 1 through 6, areound on pages 54-55.Index numbers such as 301-10 or 302.1R-04 indicate an ACI technical committee document. The number beore thedecimal point is the sponsoring committee number. I a document is a report, the number is ollowed by the letter “R.”I a document is a TechNote, the number is ollowed by the letter “T.” I no letter is shown, the document is astandard. The last two numbers indicate the year o publication.Special and Symposium Publications are designated by the letters SP ollowed by a number. For example, SP-2designates Special Publication No. 2. CCS denotes concrete cratsman series, and certifcation publications have “CP”beore the product number (such as CP-1(11)).This catalog is arranged according to technical topics. It can be searched either by the Topical Index in the ront othe catalog or by the Numerical Index in the back. Below is a summary o what you will fnd in this catalog:
Topical Index Page 3-8Certication Programs Page 14-18Design (Including 318 Building Code Requirements) Page 28-31Educational Seminars Page 32-34ACI Convention Details Page 51Manual of Concrete Practice Page 54-55Industry Publications Page 88-93Numerical Index Page 94-98Membership Information/Application Page 100-101Ordering Information Page 102Order Form Page 103-104
The American Concrete Institute is committed to providing knowledge and inormation on the best use oconcrete. I you have any suggestions, comments, or questions about the content o this catalog, please contactDiane Baloh at Diane.Baloh@concrete.org or (248) 848-3706.
 www.concrete.org 
Phone: (248) 848-3800FAX: (248) 848-3801Mail: American Concrete Institute38800 Country Club DriveFarmington Hills, MI 48331USA 
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