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ACI 318-02

WHY YOU NEED ACI 318/318R-02, BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS


FOR STRUCTURAL CONCRETE AND COMMENTARY:
Widely adopted by reference in general building codes
Based on experiment and experience
Backed by a commentary giving details and references to much of the
experimental data

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A change in strength overdesign values and acceptance criteria for concrete;


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Inclusion of a simpler skin-reinforcement calculation method for members
subjected to flexure and axial loads;
Removal of barriers to the use of higher-strength concrete;
Clarified torsion provisions;
Modified provisions for shear reinforcement and shearheads in slabs;
Explicit provisions for partially prestressed concrete flexural members;
Updated Chapter 21, Special Provisions for Seismic Design, including
new requirements for the use of precast, and additional requirements for
hoops in intermediate frames, reinforcing placement at slab edge and
corner connections; and shear strength of two-way slab systems used as
intermediate moment frames;
A new Appendix A giving requirements for applying strut-and-tie modeling;
A new Appendix D on anchoring to concrete.

Just one of the results of these comprehensive revisions is a more


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ADMIXTURES

ANCHORS

See also FLY ASH, SLAG, POZZOLANS, and SILICA FUME

State-of-the-Art Report on Anchorage to Concrete .................... 11


Evaluating the Performance of Post-Installed
Mechanical Anchors in Concrete and Commentary ............... 11
Embedment Design Examples ..................................................... 11
Guide to the Design of Anchor Bolts and
Other Steel Embedments ....................................................... 11

Chemical Admixtures for Concrete ............................................... 9


Guide for the Use of High-Range Water-Reducing Admixtures
(Superplasticizers) in Concrete ................................................. 9
Sixth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Superplasticizers
and Other Chemical Admixtures in Concrete ........................... 9
Fifth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Superplasticizers
and Other Chemical Admixtures in Concrete ........................... 9
Fourth CANMET/ACI International Conference on
Superplasticizers and Chemical Admixtures in Concrete ........... 9
Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures in Concrete .... 10
Chemical Admixtures ................................................................. 10
Chemical and Air-Entraining Admixtures for Concrete ................ 10
ACI Seminar Practical Concrete Materials ............................... 10

ACI Special Publications are usually compilations of peer-reviewed


papers from a seminar, session, or forum at an ACI convention or other
conference.

ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE
Guide to Cast-in-Place Architectural Concrete Practice ............... 11
Standard Specification for Cast-in-Place Architectural Concrete .. 11
Architectural Precast Concrete .................................................... 12

BOND
See also REINFORCEMENT

AGGREGATES

State-of-the-Art Report: Bond Under Cyclic Loads ...................... 12


Splice and Development Length of High Relative Rib Area
Reinforcing Bars in Tension and Commentary ........................ 12
Bond and Development of Reinforcement
A Tribute to Peter Gergely ..................................................... 12

See also LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE, MATERIALS, and


MIXTURE PROPORTIONING

BRIDGES

AESTHETICS
The Mercer Mile Buildings .......................................................... 10

Guide for Use of Normal Weight and


Heavyweight Aggregates in Concrete .................................... 10
Aggregates for Concrete ............................................................ 10
ACI Seminar Practical Concrete Materials ............................... 10
ACI Certification Programs ......................................................... 10

ALKALI-AGGREGATE REACTION
See also DURABILITY

State-of-the-Art Report on Alkali-Aggregate Reactivity ............... 11

See also GUIDEWAYS and REPAIR

Analysis and Design of Reinforced Concrete Bridge Structures .... 12


Seismic Analysis and Design of Concrete Bridge Systems ............ 12
Guide for Concrete Highway Bridge Deck Construction .............. 12
Routine Maintenance of Concrete Bridges ................................. 12
Seismic Response of Concrete Bridges ........................................ 13
Guide for Widening Highway Bridges ......................................... 13
Concrete Bridges in Aggressive Environments ............................. 13

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Guide for Cast-in-Place Low-Density Concrete ............................ 13


Guide for Precast Cellular Concrete Floor, Roof, and Wall Units .. 13
Guide for Cellular Concretes Above 50 pcf and for Aggregate
Concretes Above 50 pcf with Compressive Strengths
Less Than 2500 psi ................................................................ 13

Code Requirements for Environmental Engineering


Concrete Structures and Commentary ................................... 19
Building Code Requirements for Masonry Structures
and Specification ................................................................... 19
Code for Concrete Reactor Vessels and Containments ................ 19
ASTM Standards in ACI 301 and 318 ......................................... 20
ACI Seminar 318 Building Code ............................................. 20

CEMENT

COLD WEATHER

See also MIXTURE PROPORTIONING and POZZOLANS

Cold Weather Concreting ........................................................... 20


Standard Specification for Cold Weather Concreting .................. 20
Practitioners Guide to Cold Weather Concreting ........................ 20

CELLULAR CONCRETE
See also CONTROLLED LOW-STRENGTH MATERIALS

Guide to the Selection and Use of Hydraulic Cements ................ 13


Hydraulic Cement for Concrete .................................................. 13
Cementitious Materials for Concrete .......................................... 13
Leas Chemistry of Cement and Concrete ................................... 14
ACI Seminar Practical Concrete Materials ............................... 14
ACI Seminar Supplementary Cementitious Materials ............... 14

CERTIFICATION
Aggregate Testing Technician ..................................................... 14
Technician Workbook for ACI Certification of Aggregate
Field Testing Technician .......................................................... 14
Technician Workbook for ACI Certification of Aggregate
Laboratory Testing Technician ................................................ 14
Certification Videocassettes ........................................................ 15
Concrete Field Testing Technician Grade I ............................... 16
Technician Workbook for ACI Certification of Concrete
Field Testing Technician Grade I ......................................... 16
Technician Study Package ........................................................... 16
Concrete Flatwork Technician/Finisher ........................................ 16
Craftsman Workbook for ACI Certification of Concrete
Flatwork Technician/Finisher .................................................. 16
Spanish Language Version of Craftsman Workbook for ACI
Certification of Concrete Flatwork Finisher/Technician ........... 16
Craftsman Study Package ........................................................... 16
Concrete Laboratory Testing Technician Grade I & II ............... 16
Technician Workbook for ACI Certification of Concrete
Laboratory Testing Technician Grade I & II ......................... 16
Laboratory Technician Study Package ......................................... 17
Concrete Strength Testing Technician ......................................... 17
Technician Workbook for ACI Certification of Concrete
Strength Testing Technician ................................................... 17
Shotcrete Nozzleman ................................................................. 17
Workbook for ACI Certification of Shotcrete Nozzlemen ............ 17
Tilt-Up Supervisor ....................................................................... 17
Workbook for ACI Certification of Tilt-Up Technicians
and Supervisors ..................................................................... 17
Concrete Transportation Construction Inspector and
Inspector In-Training .............................................................. 17
Transportation Inspector Reference Package ............................... 17

CHIMNEYS
Design and Construction of Reinforced Concrete Chimneys
and Commentary .................................................................. 18

CODES
Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete
(ACI 318-99) and Commentary (318R-99) ............................. 18
Metric Building Code Requirements for Structural
Concrete and Commentary (318M-99) .................................. 18
PCA Notes on 318-99 ................................................................ 18
318-99 and PCA Notes on CD-ROM ........................................... 18
Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete
(ACI 318-02) and Commentary (318R-02) ............................. 18
Student Special 318-02 .............................................................. 18
Student Special SP-17 ................................................................ 19
Code Requirements for Nuclear Safety Related
Concrete Structures and Commentary ................................... 19
ACI Design Handbook [SP-17(97)] .............................................. 19

COLUMNS
High-Strength Concrete Columns: State of the Art ..................... 20

CONSOLIDATION
Guide for Consolidation of Concrete .......................................... 20
Behavior of Fresh Concrete During Vibration .............................. 20
Identification and Control of Visible Effects of Consolidation
on Formed Concrete Surfaces ................................................ 21
Guide to Consolidation of Concrete in Congested Areas ............ 21
Special Consolidation Package Offer! ......................................... 21
Compaction of Roller-Compacted Concrete ............................... 21
Consolidation of Concrete ......................................................... 21

CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES
See also CURING, CONSOLIDATION, PLACING, FORMWORK,
HOT WEATHER, COLD WEATHER, and INSPECTION

The Contractors Guide to Quality Concrete Construction ........... 21


Concrete Fundamentals .............................................................. 21
Slabs on Grade ........................................................................... 21
Cast-In-Place Walls ..................................................................... 22
Supported Beams and Slabs ....................................................... 22
Shotcrete for the Craftsman ....................................................... 22
Special Concrete Craftsman Series Package ................................ 22
Practitioners Guide to Hot Weather Concreting ......................... 22
Practitioners Guide to Cold Weather Concreting ........................ 22
Practitioners Guide to Tilt-Up Concrete Construction ................. 22
Practitioners Guide to Slabs on Ground ..................................... 22
Special Construction Package Offer! .......................................... 23
Toolbox Meeting Flyers, Concrete Basics ..................................... 23
Toolbox Meeting Flyers, Concrete Formwork .............................. 23
High-Strength Concrete ............................................................. 23
Troubleshooting Concrete Problems ........................................... 23
Avoiding Failures in Concrete Construction ................................ 23
Concrete Site Paving .................................................................. 23
Batching, Mixing and Transportation of Ready-Mixed Concrete .. 23
Concrete Construction Engineering Handbook ........................... 23
Concrete Construction Handbook .............................................. 23
ACI Seminar Concrete Parking Lots and Site Paving ............... 24
ACI Seminar Reinforced Concrete Design .............................. 24
ACI Seminar Troubleshooting Concrete Construction ............. 24
ACI Certification Programs ......................................................... 24

CONTROLLED LOW-STRENGTH MATERIALS


See also CELLULAR CONCRETE

Controlled Low-Strength Materials (CLSM) ................................. 24


Controlled Low-Strength Materials ............................................. 24

CORROSION
See also DURABILITY

Corrosion of Prestressing Steels .................................................. 24


Corrosion of Steel in Concrete .................................................... 25

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CRACKING
See also REPAIR and SEALANTS

Design and Construction Practices to Mitigate Cracking ............. 25


Special Cracking Combination Offer! ......................................... 25
Control of Cracking in Concrete Structures ................................ 25
Cracking of Concrete Members in Direct Tension ....................... 25
Causes, Evaluation, and Repair of Cracks in Concrete Structures .. 25
The Visible and Invisible Cracking of Concrete ............................ 25

CREEP AND SHRINKAGE


See also DEFLECTIONS

Prediction of Creep, Shrinkage, and Temperature Effects


in Concrete Structures ........................................................... 26
The Adam Neville Symposium: Creep and Shrinkage
Structural Design Effects ........................................................ 26
Creep and Shrinkage of Concrete: Effect of Materials
and Environment ................................................................... 26
Computer Analysis of the Effects of Creep, Shrinkage, and
Temperature Changes on Concrete Structures ....................... 26

CURING
Guide to Curing Concrete .......................................................... 26
Standard Specification for Curing Concrete ................................ 26
Accelerated Curing of Concrete at Atmospheric Pressure ........... 27

DEFINITIONS
See also NOTATION

Cement and Concrete Terminology ............................................ 27

DEFLECTIONS
See also CREEP AND SHRINKAGE

Control of Deflection in Concrete Structures .............................. 27


State-of-the-Art Report on Temperature-Induced Deflections
of Reinforced Concrete Members .......................................... 27
Observed Deflections of Reinforced Concrete Slab
Systems, and Causes of Large Deflections .............................. 27
Code Provisions for Deflection Control in Concrete Structures .... 27
Recent Developments in Deflection Evaluation of Concrete ........ 28
Deflections of Concrete Structures ............................................. 28

DESIGN
Reinforced Concrete A Fundamental Approach ....................... 28
Simplified Design of Concrete Buildings of Moderate
Size and Height ..................................................................... 28
Steel, Concrete, & Composite Design of Tall Buildings ................ 28
Design and Construction Failures Lessons
From Forensic Investigators .................................................... 28
Seismic Design of Reinforced Concrete and Masonry Buildings ... 28
Structural Renovation of Buildings .............................................. 28
ACI Seminar Reinforced Concrete Design ................................ 28

DETAILING
ACI Detailing Manual Formerly referred to as 315 .................. 29

DURABILITY
See also ALKALI-AGGREGATE REACTION and CORROSION

Water-Cement Ratio and Other Durability Parameters


Techniques for Determination ................................................ 29
Guide for Making a Condition Survey of Concrete in Service ...... 29
Guide to Durable Concrete ........................................................ 29
Service-Life Prediction State-of-the-Art Report ........................ 29
Ettringite The Sometimes Host of Destruction ........................ 30
Fourth CANMET/ACI International Conference on
Durability of Concrete ........................................................... 30
Durability of Concrete Third International Conference ............. 30
Designing Concrete Structures for Serviceability and Safety ........ 30
Durability of Concrete ................................................................ 30
Long-Term Serviceability of Concrete Structures ......................... 30

Bridge Durability and Performance ............................................. 30


Concrete Durability: Corrosion Protection ................................... 30
Durable Concrete ....................................................................... 34
Designing, Specifying, and Construction for Durable Concrete ... 34

EPOXIES
See also POLYMER CONCRETE and REPAIR

Use of Epoxy Compounds with Concrete .................................... 34


Four Epoxy Specifications ........................................................... 34
Guide for the Selection of Polymer Adhesives with Concrete ...... 34
Guide for the Application of Epoxy and Latex Adhesives for
Bonding Freshly Mixed and Hardened Concretes ................... 34
Epoxy Injection in Construction .................................................. 34

EVALUATION
See also TESTING and NONDESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION

Strength Evaluation of Existing Concrete Buildings ..................... 34


New Experimental Techniques for Evaluating Concrete
Material and Structural Performance ..................................... 35
Strength Evaluation of Existing Concrete Bridges ........................ 35

FATIGUE
See also IMPACT

Considerations for Design of Concrete Structures


Subjected to Fatigue Loading ................................................ 35

FERROCEMENT
State-of-the-Art Report on Ferrocement ..................................... 35
Guide for the Design, Construction and Repair of Ferrocement .. 35
Thin Reinforced Concrete Products and Systems ......................... 35
Thin-Section Fiber Reinforced Concrete and Ferrocement ........... 35
Ferrocement and Laminated Cementitious Composites .............. 35

FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE


State-of-the-Art Report on Fiber Reinforced Concrete ................ 36
Measurement of Properties of Fiber Reinforced Concrete ........... 36
Guide for Specifying, Proportioning, Mixing, Placing,
and Finishing Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete ........................ 36
Design Considerations for Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete ......... 36
Structural Applications of Fiber Reinforced Concrete .................. 36
Fiber Reinforced Concrete Developments and Innovations .......... 36
ACI Seminar Fiber Reinforced Concrete ................................. 36
High-Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concrete
Thin Sheet Products ............................................................... 36
Testing of Fiber Reinforced Concrete .......................................... 36
Synthetic and Other Non Metallic Fiber
Reinforcement of Concrete .................................................... 36
Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete .................................................. 36

FIBER REINFORCED POLYMERS


State-of-the-Art Report on Fiber Reinforced Plastic (FRP)
Reinforcement for Concrete Structures .................................. 37
Guide for the Design and Construction of Concrete
Reinforced with FRP Bars ....................................................... 37
Fiber-Reinforced Plastic Reinforcement for Concrete Structures .. 37
Fourth International Symposium on Fiber Reinforced Polymer
Reinforcement for Reinforced Concrete Structures ................. 37

FIRE RESISTANCE
Guide for Determining the Fire Endurance
of Concrete Elements ............................................................ 37
Standard Method for Determining the Fire Resistance of Concrete
and Masonry Construction Assemblies .................................. 37

FLY ASH
See also POZZOLANS

Use of Fly Ash in Concrete .......................................................... 38


ACI Seminar Practical Concrete Materials ............................... 38
ACI Seminar Supplementary Cementitious Materials ............... 38

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FORMWORK

HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES

Guide to Formwork for Concrete ................................................ 38


Formwork for Concrete .............................................................. 38
Student Special SP-4 .................................................................. 38
Forming Economical Concrete Buildings
Proceedings of the Third International Conference ................ 39
Formwork .................................................................................. 39
Toolbox Meeting Flyers, Concrete Formwork .............................. 39

See also MASS CONCRETE

FOUNDATIONS
Specification for the Construction of Drilled Piers ....................... 39
Suggested Analysis and Design Procedures for
Combined Footings and Mats ................................................ 39
Design and Construction of Drilled Piers ..................................... 39
Grouting Between Foundations and Bases for Support
of Equipment and Machinery ................................................ 39
Foundations for Static Equipment ............................................... 39
Design, Manufacture, and Installation of Concrete Piles ............. 39
Design and Performance of Mat Foundations
State-of-the-Art Review ......................................................... 40
Concrete Foundations ................................................................ 40
Cementitious Grouts and Grouting ............................................ 40

FRACTURE MECHANICS
Fracture Mechanics of Concrete: Concepts, Models, and
Determination of Material Properties ..................................... 40
Finite Element Analysis of Fracture in Concrete Structures:
State of the Art ..................................................................... 40
Interface Fracture and Bond ....................................................... 40
Concrete Design Based on Fracture Mechanics ........................... 40
Fracture Mechanics for Concrete Materials:
Testing and Applications ........................................................ 40
Fracture Mechanics: Applications to Concrete ............................ 41

GUIDEWAYS
Analysis and Design of Reinforced and Prestressed
Concrete Guideway Structures .............................................. 41

HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONCRETE
State-of-the-Art Report on High-Strength Concrete .................... 41
Guide to Quality Control and Testing of High-Strength Concrete .... 41
High-Performance Concrete: Performance and Quality of
Concrete Structures ............................................................... 41
High-Strength Concrete in Seismic Regions ................................ 41
High-Performance Concrete ....................................................... 41
High-Strength Concrete: An International Perspective ................ 41
International Workshop on High-Performance Concrete ............. 41
High-Performance Concrete: Proceedings, ACI International
Conference, Singapore .......................................................... 42
High-Performance Concrete in Severe Environments .................. 42
Paul Klieger Symposium on Performance of Concrete ................. 42
Utilization of High-Strength Concrete
Second International Symposium ........................................... 42
High-Performance Concrete ....................................................... 42
High-Strength Concrete ............................................................. 42
High-Strength Concrete Seminar ........................................... 42
Fundamentals of High-Performance Concrete ............................ 42
High-Performance Concrete Research & Practice .................... 42

Erosion of Concrete in Hydraulic Structures ................................ 43


Compendium of Case Histories on Repair of Erosion-Damaged
Concrete in Hydraulic Structures ............................................ 43

IMPACT
See also FATIGUE

Concrete and Blast Effects .......................................................... 43

INSPECTION
Guide for Concrete Inspection .................................................... 44
Guide for Concrete Plant Inspection and Field Testing
of Ready-Mixed Concrete ...................................................... 44
ACI Manual of Concrete Inspection ............................................ 44
ACI Certification Programs ......................................................... 44

JOINTS, MONOLITHIC
Recommendations for Design of Beam-Column Joints in
Monolithic Reinforced Concrete Structures ............................ 44
Recommendations for Design of Slab-Column Connections in
Monolithic Reinforced Concrete Structures ............................ 44

JOINTS, MOVEMENT
See also SEALANTS

Joints in Concrete Construction .................................................. 45


The Fourth World Congress on Joint Sealants and Bearing
Systems in Concrete Structures Volume 1 .......................... 45
The Fourth World Congress on Joint Sealants and Bearing
Systems in Concrete Structures Volume 2 .......................... 45
Building Movements and Joints .................................................. 45

LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE
See also AGGREGATES and CELLULAR CONCRETE

Guide for Structural Lightweight Aggregate Concrete ............... 45


Structural Lightweight Aggregate Concrete Performance ........... 45

MARINE CONCRETE
See also HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONCRETE

Guide for the Design and Construction of Fixed Offshore


Concrete Structures ............................................................... 45
State-of-the-Art Report on Offshore Concrete Structures
for the Arctic ......................................................................... 45
State-of-the-Art Report on Barge-Like Concrete Structures ......... 45
Third CANMET/ACI International Conference on Performance
of Concrete in Marine Environment ....................................... 46

MASONRY
See also PLASTERING

Building Code Requirements for Masonry Structures and Specifications


for Masonry Structures and Related Commentaries (530-99) .... 46
Building Code Requirements and Commentary for Masonry
Structures and Specification for Masonry Structures
and Related Commentaries (530-02) ..................................... 46
Masonry Designers Guide, 3rd Edition ....................................... 46
Masonry Efflorescence ................................................................ 46
Concrete Masonry Design Tables ................................................ 55
Mortar, How to Specify and Use Masonry Mortar ....................... 55
ACI Seminar 530-99 Structural Masonry Code ....................... 55
ACI Seminar How to Design Masonry Structures .................... 55

HOT WEATHER

MASS CONCRETE

Hot Weather Concreting ............................................................ 42


Durable Concrete in Hot Climates .............................................. 43
Practitioners Guide to Hot Weather Concreting ......................... 43

See also HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES

HYBRID
Hybrid and Composite Structures ............................................... 43
Composite and Hybrid Systems .................................................. 43

Mass Concrete ........................................................................... 55


Effect of Restraint, Volume Change, and Reinforcement
on Cracking of Mass Concrete ............................................... 55
Practices for Evaluation of Concrete in Existing
Massive Structures for Service Conditions .............................. 55
Cooling and Insulating Systems for Mass Concrete ..................... 55
Roller Compacted Mass Concrete ............................................... 55

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MATERIALS

PAVEMENTS

See also AGGREGATES, CEMENT, and ADMIXTURES

See also SLABS

Guide to a Recommended Format for the Identification of


Concrete in a Materials Property Database ............................ 56
Guide to a Recommended Format for Concrete in a
Materials Property Database .................................................. 56
Concrete Primer (Fourth Edition) ................................................ 56
Properties of Concrete at Early Ages ........................................... 56
Materials Science of Concrete Series .......................................... 56
Strength and Related Properties of Concrete .............................. 56
Properties of Concrete ................................................................ 56
ACI Seminar Practical Concrete Materials ............................... 56

Guide for Design of Foundations and Shoulders for


Concrete Pavements .............................................................. 60
Design of Continuously Reinforced Pavement for Airports .......... 60
Texturing Concrete Pavements .................................................... 60
Recommendations for Designing Prestressed
Concrete Pavements .............................................................. 60
Guide for Construction of Concrete Pavements
and Concrete Bases ............................................................... 60
Report on Roller-Compacted Concrete Pavements ...................... 60
Accelerated Techniques for Concrete Paving ............................... 61
Recent Developments in the Design and
Specification of Concrete Pavement Systems ......................... 61
Concrete Pavements ................................................................... 61
Roller-Compacted Concrete Pavement ....................................... 61
Concrete Site Paving Seminar ................................................ 61
ACI Seminar Concrete Parking Lots and Site Paving ............... 61

MIXTURE PROPORTIONING
See also MATERIALS and MASS CONCRETE

Standard Practice for Selecting Proportions for Normal,


Heavyweight and Mass Concrete ........................................... 56
Proportioning and Handling Concrete (CD-ROM) ....................... 57
Standard Practice for Selecting Proportions for Structural
Lightweight Concrete ............................................................ 57
Guide for Selecting Proportions for No-Slump Concrete ............. 57
Special Proportioning Package Offer! ......................................... 57
Guide for Selecting Proportions for High-Strength Concrete
with Portland Cement and Fly Ash ......................................... 57
Guide for Submittal of Concrete Proportions .............................. 57
Concrete Mixtures ...................................................................... 58
Proportioning Concrete Mixtures ................................................ 58
Engineered Concrete Mix Design and Test Methods ............... 58
Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures ................................... 58
ACI Seminar Practical Concrete Materials ............................... 58

NONDESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION
See also TESTING and EVALUATION

In-Place Methods to Estimate Concrete Strength ........................ 58


Nondestructive Test Methods for Evaluation of
Concrete in Structures ........................................................... 58
Innovations in Nondestructive Testing of Concrete ..................... 58
Nondestructive Testing of Concrete ............................................ 58

NOTATION
See also DEFINITIONS

Preparation of Notation for Concrete ......................................... 58

NUCLEAR

PERIODICALS
Concrete International ............................................................... 61
ACI Structural Journal ................................................................ 62
ACI Materials Journal ................................................................. 62

PIPES
Specification for Cast-In-Place Concrete Pipe .............................. 62

PLACING
See also CONSOLIDATION and CURING

Guide for Measuring, Mixing, Transporting,


and Placing Concrete ............................................................. 62
Guide for the Use of Preplaced Aggregate Concrete
for Structural and Mass Concrete Applications ...................... 62
Placing Concrete by Pumping Methods ...................................... 62
Special HANDLING CONCRETE Package! .................................... 62
Heavyweight Concrete: Measuring, Mixing, Transporting,
and Placing ............................................................................ 63
Placing Concrete with Belt Conveyors ........................................ 63
Batching, Mixing, and Job Control of Lightweight Concrete ....... 63
Guide for the Use of Volumetric-Measuring and
Continuous-Mixing Concrete Equipment ............................... 63
Pumping Concrete Techniques and Applications .................... 63
Batching, Mixing and Transportation of
Ready-Mixed Concrete .......................................................... 63

See also CODES

Code Requirements for Nuclear Safety Related


Concrete Structures ............................................................... 59
Reinforced Concrete Design for Thermal Effects on
Nuclear Power Plant Structures .............................................. 59
Evaluation of Existing Nuclear Safety-Related
Concrete Structures ............................................................... 59
Code for Concrete Reactor Vessels and Containments ................ 59
Concrete and Grout in Nuclear and Hazardous
Waste Disposal ...................................................................... 59

PARKING LOTS
See also SLABS and PAVEMENTS

Guide for Design and Construction of Concrete Parking Lots ..... 59


Standard Specification for Plain Concrete Parking Lots ............... 59
Concrete Site Paving .................................................................. 59
ACI Seminar Concrete Parking Lots and Site Paving ............... 59

PARKING STRUCTURES
See also DURABILITY

Guide for the Design of Durable Parking Structures .................... 60


Guide for Structural Maintenance of Parking Structures ............. 60
How to Design, Build, and Maintain
Concrete Parking Structures .................................................. 60

PLASTERING
See also MASONRY

Guide to Portland Cement Plastering ......................................... 63

POLYMER CONCRETE
See also EPOXIES

Guide for the Use of Polymers in Concrete ................................. 63


Guide for Mixing and Placing Sulfur Concrete in Construction ... 63
State-of-the-Art Report on Polymer-Modified Concrete .............. 64
Standard Specification for Latex-Modified
Concrete (LMC) Overlays ....................................................... 64
Guide for Polymer Concrete Overlays ......................................... 64
Polymer Concrete Structural Applications:
State-of-the-Art Report ......................................................... 64
Polymer Package ........................................................................ 64
In-Place Performance of Polymer Concrete Overlays ................... 64
Properties and Uses of Polymers in Concrete .............................. 64
Polymer Concrete ....................................................................... 64
Polymers in Concrete: Advances and Applications ...................... 64
Polymer Modified Concrete ........................................................ 65
Polymer Concrete: Uses, Materials and Properties ....................... 65
Polymer Conference ................................................................... 65

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POZZOLANS

REPAIR

See also FLY ASH, SLAG, SILICA FUME,


CEMENT, and ADMIXTURES

See also EPOXIES and CRACKING

Use of Raw or Processed Natural Pozzolans in Concrete ............. 65


Fly Ash, Slag, Silica Fume and Other Natural Pozzolans
Proceedings, Seventh International Conference ..................... 66
Fly Ash, Slag, Silica Fume and Other Natural Pozzolans
Proceedings, Sixth International Conference .......................... 65
Fly Ash, Slag, Silica Fume and Other Natural Pozzolans
Proceedings, Fifth International Conference .......................... 65
Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag and Natural Pozzolans in Concrete
Proceedings, Fourth International Conference ....................... 65
Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag and Natural Pozzolans in Concrete
Proceedings, Third International Conference ......................... 65
Mineral Admixtures .................................................................... 66
ACI Seminar Practical Concrete Materials ............................... 66
ACI Seminar Supplementary Cementitious Materials ............... 66

PRECAST CONCRETE
See also PARKING STRUCTURES, BRIDGES, and GUIDEWAYS

Guide for Precast Concrete Wall Panels ...................................... 66


Design Recommendations for Precast
Concrete Structures ............................................................... 66
Precast and Prestressed Concrete ............................................... 66
Emulating Cast-In-Place Detailing in Precast
Concrete Structures ............................................................... 66

PRESTRESSED CONCRETE
See also BRIDGES, GUIDEWAYS, PARKING STRUCTURES,
and SLABS

Guide for Evaluation of Concrete Structures Prior to Rehabilitation ... 69


Concrete Repair Guide ............................................................... 69
Guide for Repair of Concrete Bridge Superstructures .................. 69
Guide to Underwater Repair of Concrete ................................... 69
Concrete Repair Manual ............................................................. 69
Repair and Strengthening of Concrete Members with
Adhesive Bonded Plates ......................................................... 70
Repair, Rehabilitation, and Maintenance of Concrete
Structures, and Innovation of Design in Construction
Proceedings, Fourth International Conference ....................... 70
Bridge Repair and Rehabilitation ................................................ 70
Repair and Rehabilitation II ......................................................... 70
Repair and Rehabilitation of Concrete Structures ........................ 70
Repairing Concrete Bridges ........................................................ 70
Repair and Rehabilitation: A Compilation from the
Indian Concrete Journal ......................................................... 70
Concrete Repair and Maintenance, Illustrated ............................ 70
Concrete Repair Volume I ...................................................... 70
Concrete RepairVolume II ....................................................... 70
High Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concrete in
Infrastructural Repair and Retrofit .......................................... 70
Concrete RepairVolume III ....................................................... 71
ACI Seminar Concrete Repair Basics ....................................... 71
ACI Seminar Repair of Concrete Workshop ............................ 71

RESIDENTIAL
See also SLABS

Recommendations for Concrete Members Prestressed with


Unbonded Tendons ............................................................... 67
Corrosion and Repair of Unbonded Single Strand Tendons ......... 67
State-of-the-Art Report on Partially Prestressed Concrete ........... 67
Specification for Unbonded Single-Strand Tendons .................... 67
Construction of Prestressed Concrete Structures ......................... 67
Prestressed Concrete: A Fundamental Approach ......................... 67
Prestressed Concrete Structures .................................................. 67

Guide to Residential Cast-in-Place Concrete Construction .......... 71


Residential Concrete ................................................................... 71

QUALITY ASSURANCE

Recent Developments in Lateral Force Transfer in Buildings ......... 71


Seismic Design and Construction ................................................ 71
ISDP: Impact of the Seismic Design Provisions of
the International Building Code ............................................. 71
Seismic Retrofit of Concrete Structures ....................................... 71

See also INSPECTION

Quality Management System for Concrete Construction ............ 67


Quality in Concrete Construction ............................................... 68
Quality Assurance in Concrete Construction ............................... 68
Concrete Mix Design Quality Control .......................................... 68

RECYCLING

SEALANTS
See also JOINTS and CRACKING

Guide to Sealing Joints in Concrete Structures ............................ 71

SEISMIC AND LATERAL FORCES


See also BRIDGES and REPAIR

SHEAR
See also SLABS

Removal and Reuse of Hardened Concrete ................................. 68

State-of-the-Art Report on Recent Code Approaches to Shear


Design of Structural Concrete ................................................ 72

REFRACTORY CONCRETE

SHELLS

Refractory Concrete:
State-of-the-Art Report ......................................................... 68
State-of-the-Art Report: Refractory Plastics
and Ramming Mixes ............................................................. 68

REINFORCEMENT
See also DETAILING, BOND, and FIBER
REINFORCED POLYMERS

Mechanical Connections of Reinforcing Bars .............................. 68


Suggested Development, Splice, and Standard Hook Provisions for
Deformed Bars in Tension ...................................................... 68
Development of Seismic Steel Reinforcement
Products and Systems ............................................................ 69
Reinforcement for Concrete
Materials and Applications .................................................... 69
ACI Seminar 318 Building Code ............................................. 69
ACI Seminar Reinforced Concrete Design .............................. 69

Concrete Shell Structures Practice and Commentary .............. 72

SHOTCRETE
Guide to Shotcrete ..................................................................... 72
Concrete Tools Vol. 4 (CD-ROM) Shotcrete ............................ 72
Committee Report on Fiber Reinforced Shotcrete ....................... 72
Specification for Shotcrete .......................................................... 72
Guide to Certification of Shotcrete Nozzlemen ........................... 72
Guide for the Evaluation of Shotcrete ......................................... 72
Special Value: Shotcrete Package ................................................ 72
Application and Use of Shotcrete ............................................... 73
Shotcrete for the Craftsman ....................................................... 73
ACI Certification Programs ......................................................... 73

SHRINKAGE-COMPENSATING CONCRETE
See also CEMENT

Standard Practice for the Use of ShrinkageCompensating Concrete ........................................................ 73

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SILICA FUME
See also POZZOLANS

Guide for the Use of Silica Fume in Concrete .............................. 73

SILOS
See also CHIMNEYS

Standard Practice for Design and Construction of Concrete


Silos and Stacking Tubes for Storing Granular
Materials and Commentary ................................................... 73
Circular Storage Tanks and Silos ................................................. 73

SLABS
See also PAVEMENTS and PARKING LOTS

Guide for Concrete Floor and Slab Construction ......................... 73


Design of Slabs on Grade ........................................................... 74
Shear Reinforcement for Slabs .................................................... 74
Concrete Tools Vol. 1 Slabs .................................................... 74
Design of Two-Way Slabs ........................................................... 74
Elevated Slabs ............................................................................ 74
Slabs on Grade ........................................................................... 74
Special Slabs Package Offer! ...................................................... 74
Supported Beams and Slabs ....................................................... 75
Practitioners Guide to Slabs on Ground ..................................... 75
Slabs on Grade Videotapes: Design, Specification,
and Construction ................................................................... 75
Complete Slabs on Grade Videotape Package! ........................... 75
Concrete Slab Surface Defects: Causes, Prevention, Repair ......... 75
Finishing Concrete Slabs with Color and Texture ......................... 75
Concrete Floors on Ground, 3rd Edition ..................................... 75
Cement Masons Guide .............................................................. 75
Resurfacing Concrete Floors ....................................................... 75
Designing Floor Slabs On Grade ................................................. 75
Concrete Fundamentals .............................................................. 75
Reinforced Concrete Slabs .......................................................... 75
Moisture Problems in Concrete Floors Analysis and Prevention ... 76
ACI Seminar Slabs on Ground ................................................ 76
ACI Certification Programs ......................................................... 76

Recent Advances in Concrete Technology Proceedings,


Fifth International Conference ............................................... 78
Lewis H. Tuthill International Symposium: Concrete and
Concrete Construction .......................................................... 78
Structural Concrete: Behavior to Implementation ....................... 78

TANKS
Tightness Testing of Environmental Engineering
Concrete Structures and Commentary ................................... 78
Seismic Design Guide for Liquid-Containing Concrete
Structures and Commentary .................................................. 79
Guide for the Analysis, Design, and Construction of ConcretePedestal Water Towers ........................................................... 79
Design and Construction of Circular
Wire- and Strand-Wrapped Prestressed Concrete Structures .. 79
Design and Construction of Circular Prestressed
Concrete Structures with Circumferential Tendons ................. 79

TESTING
See also EVALUATION and NONDESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION

Recommended Practice for Evaluation of Strength Test


Results of Concrete ............................................................... 79
Simplified Version of the Recommended Practice for
Evaluation of Strength Test Results of Concrete ..................... 79
Provisional Standard Test Method for Water-Soluble Chloride
Available for Corrosion of Embedded Steel in Mortar and
Concrete Using the Soxhlet Extractor ..................................... 79
Acceptance Criteria for Moment Frames Based on Structural
Testing (T1.1-01) and Commentary (T1.1R-01) ...................... 80
Evaluation of F-Number Systems and Waviness Index
for Measuring Floor Flatness and Levelness ............................ 80
ACI Seminar Practical Concrete Materials ............................... 80
ACI Certification Programs ......................................................... 80

TILT-UP CONSTRUCTION
Tilt-Up Concrete Structures ........................................................ 80
Practitioners Guide to Tilt-Up Concrete Construction ................. 80
ACI Certification Programs ......................................................... 80

TOLERANCES

SLAG
See also POZZOLANS

Ground Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag as a Cementitious


Constituent in Concrete ........................................................ 76

Standard Specifications for Tolerances for Concrete


Construction and Materials and Commentary ........................ 80

TROUBLESHOOTING AND PROBLEM SOLVING

State-of-the-Art Report on Soil Cement ...................................... 76


PCA Soil Primer .......................................................................... 76

Troubleshooting Concrete Problems ........................................... 81


Concrete and Masonry Problem Clinic Volume I ......................... 81
ACI Seminar Troubleshooting Concrete Construction ............. 81

SPECIFICATIONS

WALLS

SOIL CEMENT

Specifications for Structural Concrete ......................................... 76


Field Reference Manual
Standard Specifications for Structural Concrete ACI 301-99
with Selected ACI and ASTM References ............................... 76
ASTM Standards in ACI 301 and 318 ......................................... 77
Reference Manual: Specifications for Masonry Structures ........... 77

SYMPOSIA
Recent Advances in Concrete Technology ................................... 77
Advances in Concrete Technology .............................................. 77
Proceedings, Third International Conference on Sustainable
Development of Cement and Concrete ................................. 77
Mete A. Sozen Symposium...A Tribute From His Students ........... 77
Advances in Concrete Technology .............................................. 77
Concrete Technology: Past, Present, and Future .......................... 78
New Concrete Technology .......................................................... 78
Computer Applications in Concrete Technology
San Antonio 1987 ................................................................ 78

Cast-in-Place Walls ..................................................................... 81


Design Manual of Segmental Retaining Walls ............................. 81
Guide for Surface Finish of Formed Concrete ............................. 81

WASTE SOLIDIFICATION
Solidification and Stabilization of Waste
Using Portland Cement ......................................................... 81

WATERPROOFING
A Guide to the Use of Waterproofing, Dampproofing,
Protective, and Decorative Barrier Systems for Concrete ........ 81
Waterproofing the Building Envelope ......................................... 81
Repair, Protection and Waterproofing of Concrete Structures ..... 81
Floating Concrete Kits ................................................................ 81

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AESTHETICS

ADMIXTURES (CONT.)
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See also LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE, MATERIALS, and


MIXTURE PROPORTIONING

Guide for Use of Normal Weight and


Heavyweight Aggregates in Concrete
REAPPROVED
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ALKALI-AGGREGATE REACTION ANCHORS  ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE

ALKALI-AGGREGATE REACTION
See also DURABILITY

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ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE BOND  BRIDGES

ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE
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BRIDGES
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180, 1998, 520 pp., 22 papers.
Order Code: 0SP180.CT02
$51.50 (ACI members $23.00)
For more information, call (248) 848-3800
or visit www.aci-int.org.

Seismic Analysis and Design of Concrete


Bridge Systems
ACI Committee 341, technical committee document 341.2R-97,
1997, 25 pp., also in MCP-3 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Now!
Order Code: 341297.CT02
$42.50 (ACI members $25.00)
PDF available
This document provides a summary of the analysis, modeling,
and design of concrete bridges subjected to strong earthquakes,
and is intended to complement existing documents from AASHTO,
Caltrans, and UBC. The report summarizes analysis and design
considerations for concrete bridges with seismic isolation, as well
as general seismic design considerations.

Guide for Concrete Highway Bridge


Deck Construction
ACI Committee 345, technical committee document 345R-91,
1991 (Reapproved 1997), 38 pp., also in MCP-4 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
Order Now!
Order Code: 034591.CT02
$47.50 (ACI members $28.00)
PDF available
Recommendations relative to the construction and postconstruction periods are presented covering the areas of design
considerations, inspection, preconstruction planning, falsework
and formwork, reinforcement, concrete materials and properties,
and the use of overlays.

Routine Maintenance
of Concrete Bridges
ACI Committee 345, technical committee document 345.1R-92,
1992 (Reapproved 1997), 13 pp., also in MCP-4 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
Order Now!
Order Code: 345192.CT02
$18.50 (ACI members $11.00)
PDF available
This publication describes various potential sources of distress
and the possible areas affected in the roadway, superstructure,
substructure, approaches, slopes, and channel of a bridge, and is
directed to the maintenance supervisor responsible for routine
bridge maintenance.

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BRIDGES  CELLULAR CONCRETE  CEMENT

BRIDGES (CONT.)
See also GUIDEWAYS and REPAIR

Guide for Widening Highway Bridges


ACI Committee 345, technical committee document 345.2R-98,
1998, 14 pp., also in MCP-4 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 345298.CT02
Order Now!
$22.50 (ACI members $12.00)
This guide discusses problems unique to the widening of
existing concrete bridges and bridges with concrete decks, with
the primary focus on bridge decks. General recommendations are
given regarding the choice of structure type, design details,
construction methods, and materials.

Seismic Response of Concrete Bridges


Special Publication 187, 1999, 387 pp.
Order Code: 0SP187.CT02
$61.50 (ACI members $36.50)
The 17 papers presented cover a wide
array of subjects related to seismic behavior
of concrete bridge structures. Topics include
the impact of recent earthquakes on the
seismic design process, results of recent
experimental research on behavior of
bridge components during earthquakes,
case studies of bridge seismic upgrades,
and the use of composite materials and
seismic isolation systems to enhance
seismic performance.
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Concrete Bridges in Aggressive


Environments
Special Publication 151, 1994, 296 pp.
Order Code: 0SP151.CT02
Order Now!
$46.50 (ACI members $21.00)
This symposium volume of 15 papers addresses the
performance, protection, assessment, repair, and rehabilitation of
concrete bridges.

Guide for Precast Cellular Concrete Floor,


Roof, and Wall Units
ACI Committee 523, technical committee document 523.2R-96,
1997, 5 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP CD-ROM
Order Now!
Order Code: 523296.CT02
$18.50 (ACI members $11.00)
PDF available
This guide presents information on materials, properties, design,
fabrication, and handling of precast concrete floor, roof, and wall
units having oven-dry weights of 50 pcf (800 kg/m3) or less. The
recommendations apply to precast reinforced cellular concrete units
that are designed and factory-produced for use in structures.

Guide for Cellular Concretes Above


50 pcf and for Aggregate Concretes
Above 50 pcf with Compressive
Strengths Less Than 2500 psi
ACI Committee 523, technical committee document 523.3R-93,
1993, 16 pp.
Order Now!
Order Code: 523393.CT02
$22.50 (ACI members $13.00)
PDF available
This guide presents information on materials, fabrication,
properties, design, and handling of cellular concretes. The usual
density range of the concrete considered is 50 to 120 pcf.

CEMENT
See also MIXTURE PROPORTIONING and POZZOLANS

Guide to the Selection and Use of


Hydraulic Cements
ACI Committee 225, technical committee document 225R-99,
1999, 30 pp., also in MCP-2 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Now!
Order Code: 022599.CT02
$27.50 (ACI members $18.00)
PDF available
This guide summarizes information about the composition and
availability of commercial hydraulic cements, and factors affecting
their performance in concrete.

Hydraulic Cement for Concrete

CELLULAR CONCRETE
See also CONTROLLED LOW-STRENGTH MATERIALS

Guide for Cast-in-Place


Low-Density Concrete
ACI Committee 523, technical committee document 523.1R-92,
1992, 8 pp.
Order Now!
Order Code: 523192.CT02
$18.50 (ACI members $11.00)
PDF available
This guide provides information on materials, properties, design,
and proper handling of cast-in-place concretes having oven-dry
unit weights of 50 pcf (800 kg/m3) or less.

ACI Committee E-701, Education Bulletin E-3, 1983, 36 pp.


Order Code: 00E383.CT02
Order Now!
$24.50 (ACI members $14.00)
This bulletin presents a fundamental discussion on the
manufacturing, properties, characteristics, and specifications for
Portland cements. Topics include types of cements, testing cement,
and factors in the selection and use of portland cement.

Cementitious Materials for Concrete


ACI Committee E-701, Education Bulletin E-3, 25 pp.
Order Code: 00E301.CT02
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$29.50 (ACI members $18.00)
The successful use of concrete in construction depends not only
on knowing the right proportions of materials, but also on knowing
how to select the right materials. This bulletin focuses on the selection
and characterization of hydraulic cements and cementitious material
admixtures. Topics discussed include the manufacture, specification,
and testing of portland cement, fly ash and other pozzolans, groundgranulated blast-furnace slag, and silica fume.

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CEMENT  CERTIFICATION

CEMENT (CONT.)
See also MIXTURE PROPORTIONING and POZZOLANS

Leas Chemistry of Cement and Concrete


Editor: P. C. Hewlett. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, 1998,
1053 pp., hard cover.
Order Now!
Order Code: 00LCCC.CT02
$200.00
For a description, see INDUSTRY PUBLICATIONS on page 87.
DISCOUNTS NOT AVAILABLE.

Technician Workbook for ACI


Certification of Aggregate Laboratory
Testing Technician
Order Now!
Order Code: CP4100.CT02
$76.00 (ACI members $50.00)
This workbook contains information about the ACI Aggregate
Laboratory Testing Technician (ALTT) certification program,
performance checklists, and reprints of all of the resource materials
referenced by the certification examinations. The ALTT program
covers the following Standards: AASHTO T 19, T 21, T 84, T 85, T 96,
T 104, T 113, T 176, T 304, ASTM C 535, and D 5821.

ACI Seminar
Practical Concrete Materials
This 1-day seminar covers the quality material selection and
specifying of concrete and concrete materials, including cements,
slag, fly ash, silica fume, blended cements, aggregates, chemical
admixtures, testing procedures for the proper evaluation of test
results, and what to do when test results are unacceptable. See
pages 31-33 for detailed information about cities and dates offered
in 2002, or visit www.concreteseminars.com.

ACI Seminar Supplementary


Cementitious Materials
This 1-day seminar will cover the use of a wide range of
supplementary cementitious materials which include various types
of fly ashes, ground granulated slag, silica fume, metakaolin, and
other natural pozzolans. The origin and nature of each material and
its effect on fresh- and hardened-concrete properties and durability
in various aggressive environments will be discussed. The impact
on construction practices using these materials also will be reviewed.
See pages 31-33 for detailed information about cities and dates
offered in 2002 or visit www.concreteseminars.com.

CERTIFICATION
Aggregate Testing Technician
Fine and coarse aggregate comprise 60 to 75% of a concrete
mixture. Because the aggregates occupy such a large percentage
of the volume of a concrete mixture, and can dramatically influence
the properties of the concrete in both a plastic and hardened state,
it is important that the aggregate be sampled and tested properly
to ensure it is appropriate for use in the designed mixture. At the
request of State Departments of Transportation, and with their
assistance, ACI has launched a national certification program to
address the need for personnel adept at conducting acceptance
tests on aggregates and soils in both the field and laboratory.

Technician Workbook for ACI Certification


of Aggregate Field Testing Technician
Order Code: CP4000.CT02
Order Now!
$76.00 (ACI members $50.00)
This workbook contains information about the ACI Aggregate
Field Testing Technician (AFTT) certification program, performance
checklists, and reprints of all of the resource materials referenced
by the certification examinations. The AFTT program covers the
following Standards: AASHTO T 2, T11, T 27, T 87, T 89, T 90,
T 112, T 248, T 255, and ASTM D 4791.

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UPGRADE THE QUALITY OF CONCRETE


CONSTRUCTION WITH

ACI CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS


ACI certification programs are designed to provide the basis
for training and certification of personnel employed within the
concrete industry. Currently, ACI has programs for:

Concrete Field Testing Technician - Grade I


Concrete Strength Testing Technician
Concrete Laboratory Testing Technician - Grades I & II
Concrete Construction Inspector & Inspector-inTraining (Available outside the U.S. only)
Concrete Transportation Construction Inspector &
Inspector-in-Training
Concrete Flatwork Finisher/Technician
Aggregate Field Testing Technician
Aggregate Laboratory Testing Technician
Shotcrete Nozzleman
Tilt-Up Supervisor

Programs under development include:


Specialty Commercial/Industrial Concrete Floor
Finisher
Certification examinations and optional training courses are
conducted through a network of over 100 Local Sponsoring
Groups operating both domestically and internationally. Since
1983, ACI has administered exams to over 180,000 individuals,
with over 60,000 individuals currently certified by ACI.
The Certification Programs Committee oversees the various
certification committees and task groups that develop and
maintain these programs. If you are committed to upgrading the
quality of concrete construction through personnel training and
certification, then your participation on these committees is
encouraged. For more detailed information on ACI Certification,
contact the ACI Certification Department at (248) 848-3790.
The following organizations participate (cooperate) with ACI in
programs to improve the quality of concrete construction: American
Concrete Pavement Association, American Shotcrete Association,
American Society of Concrete Contractors, American Society for
Testing and Materials, Cement and Concrete Reference
Laboratory, Concrete Construction Magazine, National Ready
Mixed Concrete Association, Portland Cement Association,
Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute, Tilt-Up Concrete
Association, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

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CERTIFICATION

V IDEOCASSETTE LIBRARY
ACI video training tapes are used in conjunction with the ACI Certification/Training Programs, but are also useful for
general education and review. For information on ordering videocassettes, please see below.

Testing Ready Mixed


Concrete in the Field

Order Now!

CMEC, 2001, 62 min., color.


Order Code: 0CPCM2.CT02
NEW!
$100.00
This is an updated version of the
Construction Materials Engineering
Councils (CMEC) popular video
demonstrating ASTM procedures for
conducting field tests on fresh concrete.
Standards included are: C 172, C 143,
C 138, C 231, C 31, and C 1064

Concrete Strength Testing

Laboratory Testing Tape 3

CMEC, 2002

ACI and PCA, 1985, 40 min., color.

Order Code: C2902A.CT02


NEW!
Available Feb. 2002
Four ASTM Standards are covered on this
video: C 39, C 78, C 617, and C 1231. This
video may be used to supplement training
in preparation to take the ACI Concrete
Strength Testing Technician examinations.

Order Code: C1485A.CT02


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$125.00
Equipment and step-by-step procedures
are demonstrated for ASTM Standards
C 78, Flexural Strength of Concrete,
C 123, Lightweight Pieces in Aggregate,
and C 192, Making and Curing Concrete
Test Specimens in the Laboratory.

Finishing Concrete
Flatwork
ACI and PCA, 1984, 32 min., color.

Testing Ready Mixed


Concrete in the Field
Spanish Edition
CMEC, 2001, color.
Order Code: CPCM2S.CT02
NEW!
Available Feb. 2002
By popular demand, CMEC has
produced a Spanish-language version of
their popular Concrete Field Testing
Video see description above.

Order Code: CP884A.CT02


Order Now!
$125.00
Basic procedures are demonstrated for
finishing concrete flatwork, using proper
tools and finishing techniques as
recommended by ACI and expert finishers.
The video also covers subgrade and
formwork preparation, concrete placement,
jointing, curing, and special finishes, and
emphasizes important dos and donts.

Fundamentals of
Proportioning Concrete
Mixtures
ACI and PCA, 1989, 35 min., color.
Order Code: C2689A.CT02
Order Now!
$145.00
This video demonstrates basic procedures
for proportioning normalweight concrete
mixtures according to the absolute volume
methods found in ACI publication 211.1,
Selecting Proportions for Normal,
Heavyweight and Mass Concretes.

Laboratory Testing Tape 1

Aggregate Field Testing

ACI and PCA, 1985, 52 min., color.

CMEC, 2001
Order Code: C2701A.CT02
NEW!
Please call (248) 848-3800 for price.
This video is designed to assist in
preparation for taking the ACI Aggregate
Field Testing Technician (AFTT)
certification examinations. Standard
procedures demonstrated are: AASHTO
T 2, T 11, T 27, T 89, T 90, T 112, T 248,
T 255, and ASTM D 4791.

Order Code: CP682A.CT02


Order Now!
$100.00
In this video, step-by-step procedures are
demonstrated for ASTM tests C 617,
Capping Cylindrical Concrete Specimens,
and C 39, Compressive Strength of
Cylindrical Concrete Specimens.

Laboratory
Testing Tape 2

Batching, Mixing and


Transportation of
Ready-Mixed Concrete
Sponsored by ACI and PCA,
1992, 1/2 in. VHS, 30 min., color.
Order Code: 00EV01.CT02 Order Now!
$279.00
For description, see PLACING or
CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES.

ACI and PCA, 1985, 52 min., color.


Order Code: C1385A.CT02
Order Now!
$125.00
Seven standard ASTM laboratory tests on
aggregate are demonstrated. The ASTM
tests covered are C 702, C 117, C 136,
C 29, C 127, C 128, and C 566.

Certification Videocassette Ordering Information


Shipping and Delivery: Videotapes are shipped by United Parcel Service, or other comparable delivery services. Shipping charges
within the USA and Canada are included in the purchase prices. Contact ACI Headquarters for a quote on shipping charges outside
of the USA and Canada. ACI is not responsible for paying any taxes or duties on videotapes shipped outside the USA.
Standard and Format: Videotapes are available in three international standards: NTSC, PAL, and SECAM. Purchaser must specify
standard desired.
Cassettes in stock are 1/2 in. VHS; 1/2 in. Betamax I and Betamax II, and 3/4 in. U-MATIC formats are available upon request.
Videotape format must be specified to process order.
Free Replacement: ACI will replace any damaged videotape at no charge as long as the tape appears in our current catalog.

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CERTIFICATION

CERTIFICATION (CONT.)
Concrete Field Testing Technician Grade I
Due to the potential for costly errors and delays, it is essential
that field technicians have proven skills in performing the seven
standard field tests on freshly mixed concrete. It is equally important
that everyone involved with a concrete construction project has
confidence in the technicians skills. Consequently, everyone
benefits from the use of ACI Certified Field Technicians.

Technician Workbook for ACI Certification of


Concrete Field Testing Technician Grade I
BEST SELLER!
Order Now!
Order Code: 0CP102.CT02
$57.00 (ACI members $37.50)
A study guide for the examinee, this workbook provides
information and instructional material on the required ASTM testing
procedures. ASTM Standards included are C 172, C 143, C 138,
C 231, C 173, C 31, C 1064, C 29, and C 94. Also included are
ACIs Concrete Primer (SP-1), study questions, sample checklists,
and practice exams.

Technician Study Package

Order Now!

Order Code: CP1/PACK.CT02


$93.00 (ACI members $69.00)
This package contains all of the materials recommended by
ACI to prepare the examinee for the training course and
examinations. Included are the ACI Technician Workbook (CP-1)
and PCAs Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures. It is designed
for the technician who wants to know why these tests are
conducted, as well as how to conduct them.

Concrete Flatwork Technician/Finisher


The strength and durability of a concrete structure, particularly
concrete flatwork, are significantly influenced by the knowledge
and skill of the craftsmen who construct it. These certification
programs will meet the need for standardizing and reinforcing the
skills involved in this work, and will provide a pool of well-qualified,
highly skilled employees.

Craftsman Workbook for ACI Certification


of Concrete Flatwork Technician/Finisher
Order Code: CP1002.CT02
Order Now!
$43.00 (ACI members $27.00)
This study guide orients the examinee to the certification program
and contains directions on how to prepare for the written examination
and performance evaluation. Also included are sample examination
checklists, practice exams, study questions, and all technical
resources, which include ACIs Slabs on Grade (CCS-1), and
Concrete Primer (SP-1). The 02 edition reflects only a change to
the scoring policy for certification; the technical material is identical
to the 1995 edition.

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Spanish Language Version of Craftsman


Workbook for ACI Certification of
Concrete Flatwork Technician/Finisher
Order Code: C1095S.CT02
$43.00 (ACI members $27.00)

Craftsman Study Package

Order Now!

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Order Code: CP10/PACK.CT02


$62.00 (ACI members $41.00)
This package contains the ACI Craftsman Workbook (CP-10),
and Yeagers Guide to Finishing and Related Problems , a
publication recommended by ACI as a supplement to the
Craftsman Workbook.

Concrete Laboratory Testing Technician


Grade I & II
The Concrete Laboratory Testing Technician serves as an
important link in the chain of quality concrete construction.
Increased concern over the availability of skilled laboratory
technicians has led the American Concrete Institute to initiate
two national certification programs directed toward this
specialty: Concrete Laboratory Testing TechnicianGrade I and
Concrete Laboratory Testing TechnicianGrade II. These ACI
programs provide a way to establish the credentials of
technicians who are qualified to conduct the standard ASTM
tests and ACI practices on aggregate and concrete in a
laboratory environment.

Technician Workbook for ACI Certification of


Concrete Laboratory Testing Technician
Grade I & II

Order Now!
Order Code: CP1601.CT02
$57.00 (ACI members $37.50)
This workbook orients the trainee/examinee to the Grade I &
Grade II certification programs and provides information to prepare
for the required written and performance examinations. It also
includes a suggested course outline, study questions, sample
checklists, and practice exams. Grade I certification covers ASTM
standards: C 29, C 39, C 40, C 117, C 127, C 128, C 136, C 566,
C 617, C 702, C 1231, and D 75. Grade II certification covers ASTM
standards: C 42, C 78, C 88, C 123, C 131, C 142, C 192, C 470,
C 496, and C 535, and ACI Standards 211.1 and 214.
The examinee must have access to the current ASTM standards
to prepare for the examinations. Copies of these standards are not
included in the CP-16 Workbook. They are contained in the 2001
Annual Book of ASTM Standards, Volume 04.02 available from:
ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 194282959; Phone: (610) 832-9500.

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CERTIFICATION (CONT.)
Laboratory Technician Study Package
Order Code: CP16/PACK.CT02
Order Now!
$93.00 (ACI members $69.00)
This package consists of the CP-16 (02) Workbook and PCAs
Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures. It is designed for the
technician who desires a ready reference for basic concrete
technology or for the instructor who is assembling a complete course
according to the suggested outline contained in the Workbook.

Concrete Strength Testing Technician


Many concrete technicians are responsible only for preparing
and testing concrete compressive and flexural strength specimens.
The ACI Concrete Strength Testing Technician certification program
is designed to address the need to verify the skills of these
individuals independent of the aggregate testing and mix design
aspects of the Laboratory Testing Technician programs.

Technician Workbook for ACI


Certification of Concrete Strength
Testing Technician
Order Code: CP1902.CT02
Order Now!
$44.50 (ACI members $28.00)
This workbook contains information about the ACI Concrete
Strength Testing Technician certification program, study questions,
sample checklists, and a practice exam, as well as reprints of all of
the resource materials referenced by the certification examinations.
The CSTT program covers the following ASTM Standards: C 39,
C 78, C 617, and C 1231.

Tilt-Up Supervisor
The tilt-up concrete construction industry has enjoyed
unprecedented growth in recent years. What was once a specialty
form of construction used primarily for one-story plain facilities is
now used in a wider variety of applications and locations. Effective
and efficient tilt-up construction relies heavily on planning,
scheduling, and the orchestrated movement of many types of
equipment, tools, and personnel. ACI, with the expertise and
assistance of the Tilt-Up Concrete Association, has developed a
national program to certify individuals who are proficient at
coordinating the elements of tilt-up construction projects.

Workbook for ACI Certification of Tilt-Up


Technicians and Supervisors
Order Code: CP5000.CT02
Order Now!
$90.00 (ACI members $67.00)
This workbook contains information about the ACI Tilt-Up
Technician and Supervisor certification program as well as the
resources referenced by the certification examination. This
program covers tilt-up reference materials from the Tilt-Up Concrete
Association, basic concrete technology information excerpted from
ACI CCS-1, and a full reprint of ACI 551R.

Concrete Transportation Construction


Inspector and Inspector In-Training
A Concrete Transportation Construction Inspector performs
preplacement, placement, and inspection duties similar to that of
the Construction Inspector, but possesses knowledge specific to
inspection of transportation-related construction projects. The
program covers the resource documents included in the
Transportation Inspector Reference Package (CP-31).

Shotcrete Nozzleman

Transportation Inspector Reference Package

Innovations in the shotcreting process continue to enhance the


utility, flexibility, and effectiveness of the process as a method of
placing concrete. As with all concrete construction, shotcrete
equipment and materials are responsible only for a portion of the
final products quality; the shotcrete nozzleman brings these elements
together with his knowledge and ability to properly apply the material
in an effective, efficient, and safe manner. ACI, in cooperation with
the American Shotcrete Association, developed this program to set
national proficiency requirements for shotcrete nozzlemen and
address the need for these craftsmen to receive formal credentialing.

Order Code: CP31/PACK.CT02


Order Now!
$315.00 (ACI members $225.00)
This package contains all of the resource materials needed to
properly prepare for certification as an ACI Concrete Transportation
Construction Inspector. The ring binder contains the following
materials: Inspector Workbook (includes program information,
lesson plan, study aids, work experience forms, and instructions);
reprints of ACI documents (including ACIs Manual of Concrete
Inspection, SP-2); reprints of ASTM documents; PCAS Design
and Control of Concrete Mixtures , Soil-Cement Construction
Handbook , and Soil-Cement Inspectors Manual; and CRSIs
Manual of Standard Practice.

Workbook for ACI Certification of


Shotcrete Nozzlemen
NEW!
Order Code: CP6002.CT02. Available Summer 2002.
This workbook contains information about the ACI Shotcrete
Nozzleman certification program as well as the resources
referenced by the certification examination. This program covers
basic concrete technology information excerpted from ACI CCS-1,
and a full reprint of ACI CCS-4.

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CHIMNEYS  CODES

CHIMNEYS
See also SILOS

Design and Construction of Reinforced


Concrete Chimneys and Commentary
ACI Committee 307, technical committee document 307-98/
307R-98, 31 pp., also in MCP-2 and the MCP CD-ROM
Order Code: 030798.CT02
Order Now!
$39.00 (ACI members $25.00)
PDF available
ACI 307-98, Design and Construction of Reinforced Concrete
Chimneys and Commentary, is now available in a dual-unit (U.S.
customary and metric) edition. This standard gives material,
construction, and design requirements for cast-in-place and precast
reinforced concrete chimneys. It sets forth minimum loadings for
the design and construction of reinforced concrete chimneys and
contains methods for determining the concrete and reinforcement
required as a result of these loadings.

CODES
Building Code Requirements for
Structural Concrete (ACI 318-99) and
Commentary (318R-99)
ACI Committee 318, technical committee document 318-99/
318R-99, 1999, 369 pp.
Order Now!
Order Code: 031899.CT02
$134.50 (ACI members $80.00)
ACIs 318-99 Building Code provides engineers, designers,
contractors, and other professionals with design and construction
requirements. Revised in 1999, it is referenced in IBC 2000.

Metric Building Code Requirements for


Structural Concrete and Commentary
ACI Committee 318, technical committee document 318M99/318RM-99, 1999, 371 pp.
Order Now!
Order Code: 318M99.CT02
$134.50 (ACI members $80.00)
This is the metric version of 318-99. Units of measurement are
in SI (Systme International). The contents are otherwise
unchanged from 318-99.

PCA Notes on 318-99


Prepared by the Portland Cement Association, 1999, 932 pp.
Order Code: EBO709.CT02
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$68.00
This reference manual, prepared by the Portland Cement
Association, assists engineers and designers in applying the ACI
Building Code. Chapters deal with specific design provisions of
the Code and include sample problems and applications. Not
available in metric units.

318-99 and PCA Notes on CD-ROM


Order Code: 3189CD.CT02
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$178.00 (ACI members $128.00)
318-99 and PCA Notes on 318-99 are linked and indexed allowing
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Building Code Requirements for


Structural Concrete (ACI 318-02) and
Commentary (318R-02) (Available Spring 2002)
REVISED! BEST SELLER!
ACI Committee 318, technical committee document 318/
318R-02, 443 pp., also in MCP-3 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 031802.CT02
$141.50 (ACI members $85.00)
Based on a blend of experiment and experience, ACI 318
gives design and construction requirements for structural
concrete buildings, and is widely adopted by reference in
general building codes. The Commentary, ACI 318R,
discusses some of the considerations of ACI Committee 318,
including background details and references to much of the
research data referred to in preparing the building code
requirements. Emphasis is on new or revised provisions that
may be unfamiliar to users of ACI 318.
ACI 318/318R-02, Building Code Requirements for
Structural Concrete and Commentary, includes extensive
revisions from ACI 318-99. These revisions include:

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A change in strength overdesign values and acceptance


criteria for concrete;
Inclusion of ASCE 7-98 load factors and modified factors
in Chapter 9;
Inclusion of a simpler skin-reinforcement calculation
method for members subjected to flexure and axial loads;
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Practitioners Guide to Cold Weather


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CONSOLIDATION (CONT.)
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CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES
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CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES

CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES (CONT.)


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CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES  CONTROLLED LOW-STRENGTH MATERIALS


CORROSION

CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES
(CONT.)

CONTROLLED LOW-STRENGTH
MATERIALS

See also CURING, CONSOLIDATION, PLACING, FORMWORK,


HOT WEATHER, COLD WEATHER, and INSPECTION

See also CELLULAR CONCRETE

Controlled Low-Strength Materials (CLSM)


ACI Seminar Concrete Parking Lots
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Controlled low-strength materials (CLSM) are self-compacted,
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ACI Seminar Troubleshooting Concrete


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Concrete Flatwork Finisher/Technician
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Shotcrete Nozzleman
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CORROSION
See also DURABILITY

Corrosion of Prestressing Steels


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It includes a chapter that covers the various types of


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CORROSION  CRACKING

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CORROSION (CONT.)
See also DURABILITY

Corrosion of Steel in Concrete


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CRACKING
See also REPAIR

Control of Cracking
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_ Discussion of fracture mechanics;


_ More information on controlling

cracking caused by

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CREEP AND SHRINKAGE  CURING

CREEP AND SHRINKAGE


See also DEFLECTIONS

Prediction of Creep, Shrinkage, and


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ACI Committee 209, technical committee document 209R-92,
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This report summarizes available methods for calculating
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DEFINITIONS
See also NOTATION

Cement and Concrete Terminology


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Control of Deflection
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DEFLECTIONS DESIGN

DEFLECTIONS (CONT.)
See also CREEP AND SHRINKAGE

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Evaluation of Concrete
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DURABILITY

DURABILITY (CONT.)
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Spring 2002

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FIBER-REINFORCED CONCRETE

SLABS ON GROUND

One-day seminar for specifiers, design engineers, architects, government


agencies, contractors, testing agencies, and material suppliers.
The use of synthetic, steel, glass, and natural fibers in concrete. This
seminar will present an overview of the various types of fibers, the
mechanics of fiber reinforcement, techniques for mixing in concrete,
placing, finishing, and examples in application. This seminar is worth
7.5 PDHs or 0.75 CEUs.
Free publications, a $224.00 value, are included.

One-day seminar for specifiers, architects, contractors, building owners,


and government agencies.
Seminar will cover soil support systems, concrete materials
analysis, curling of joints and cracks, slab system design, reinforcing
of slabs on ground, joint detailing and load transfer, floor surface
flatness, and curing and surface treatments. This seminar is worth
7.5 PDHs or 0.75 CEUs.
Free publications, a $166.00 value, are included.

CONCRETE REPAIR BASICS

REPAIR OF CONCRETE WORKSHOP

One-day seminar for engineers, repair contractors, material suppliers,


maintenance personnel, and public works engineers.
Seminar covers condition surveys, repair techniques, repair materials,
cracks and joints, application of repair techniques, and case studies.
This seminar is worth 7.5 PDHs or 0.75 CEUs.
Free publications, a $156.50 value, are included.

Two-day workshop for owners and facility managers, concrete specialists and general contractors, civil and structural engineers, material
suppliers, and architects.
An in-depth how-to on ways to do reliable concrete repairs: determine causes of concrete deterioration, prepare for concrete repair,
concrete repair techniques, review research advancements, and actual
case histories. This seminar is worth 15 PDHs or 1.5 CEUs.
Free publications, a $160.50 value, are included.

TROUBLESHOOTING CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION


One-day seminar for contractors, design engineers, specifiers, government agencies, and material suppliers.
Learn how to minimize problems with fresh concrete, slabs, vertical
concrete, and structural concrete. Discussion to include techniques
used to determine the causes of a problem in the field and in the
laboratory, including visual observations, nondestructive testing,
petrography, and chemical tests. This seminar is worth 7.5 PDHs or 0.75
CEUs.
Free publications, a $263.00 value, are included.

CONCRETE PARKING LOTS AND SITE PAVING


One-day seminar for specifiers, design engineers, architects, landscape
architects, contractors, inspectors, testing agency representatives, and
material suppliers.
How to design, specify, and construct economical and long-lasting
concrete parking lots and site elements such as driveways, truck
lanes, sidewalks, curbs, gutters, and architectural concrete. This
seminar is worth 7.5 PDHs or 0.75 CEUs.
Free publications, a $127.00 value, are included.

PRACTICAL CONCRETE MATERIALS


One-day seminar for engineers, designers, specifiers, material suppliers,
concrete producers, and contractors.
This seminar will cover the quality material selection and specifying of
concrete and concrete materials including cements, slag, fly ash, silica
fume, blended cements, aggregates, and chemical admixtures. Also
included is an overview of various testing procedures for fresh concrete,
the proper evaluation of test results, and what to do when test results are
unacceptable. This seminar is worth 7.5 PDHs or 0.75 CEUs.
Free publications, a $199.50 value, are included.

318 BUILDING CODE


One and one-half day seminar for concrete designers and structural
engineers (cosponsored by PCA).
An intensive seminar on the significant changes in the ACI 318-02 Building
Code Requirements for Structural Concrete. Learn each change, why it was
made, and work through real-life examples. This seminar is worth 11
PDHs or 1.1 CEUs. Free publications, a $250.50 value, are included.

HOW TO DESIGN MASONRY STRUCTURES


One and one-half day seminar for design professionals (cosponsored
with TMS).
Learn to design masonry structures using the 3rd edition of the
Masonry Designers Guide. Masonry is a major component of nearly
every building. And because building codes are mandating increased
design care, you need a working knowledge of masonry design to
ensure the proper performance of buildings while potentially making
them more economical. This seminar will provide you with an
excellent background on masonry design by focusing on everyday
problems and solutions. Cosponsored by The Masonry Society. This
seminar is worth 10 PDHs or 1.0 CEUs.
Free publications, a $175.00 value, are included.

SUPPLEMENTARY CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS


One-day seminar for specifiers, designers, engineers, material suppliers,
concrete producers, and contractors.
The seminar will cover the use of a wide range of supplementary
cementitious materials, which includes various types of fly ashes,
ground granulated slag, silica fume, metakaolin, and other natural
pozzolans. The origin and nature of each material and its effects on
fresh and hardened concrete properties, and durability in various
aggressive environments will be discussed. The impact on construction practices using the materials will also be reviewed. This seminar
is worth 7.5 PDHs or 0.75 CEUs.
Free publications, a $241.00 value, are included.

SPECIFICATIONS FOR STRUCTURAL CONCRETE


One-day seminar for users and writers of specifications: engineers,
architects, testing laboratories, contractors, and material suppliers.
This seminar includes an introduction to ACI documents: Codes,
Specifications, Guides and State-of-the-Art Reports. Language, format,
optional, mandatory, and submittal checklists will be covered. The
seminar is a how-to review regarding the use and interpretation of ACI
301, Specifications for Structural Concrete. The day will end with case
studies of enforcing specifications: Do they cause or resolve project
conflict? This seminar is worth 7.5 PDHs or 0.75 CEUs.
Free publications, a $145.50 value, are included.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT HOURS (PDHs)


ACI awards Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for all seminars. Professional Engineers can convert these to Professional Development
Hours (PDHs) to fulfill continuing education requirements. See course descriptions above for the CEU and PDH value for each seminar.

DURABILITY  EPOXIES EVALUATION

DURABILITY (CONT.)
See also ALKALI-AGGREGATE REACTION and CORROSION

Durable Concrete
Compilation 24, 1993, 71 pp.
Order Code: 000C24.CT02
Order Now!
$37.50 (ACI members $22.00)
This compilation contains important information found in articles
on topics including long service life of concrete, design
considerations for service life, research innovations for durable
concrete, the use of fly ash, economic considerations, water and
its role in concrete, concrete in a sulfate environment, the use of
superplasticizers, effect of curing on durability, shotcrete durability,
and exposed aggregate concrete.

Designing, Specifying, and Construction


for Durable Concrete
Seminar Background Material 4, 1994, 311 pp.
Order Now!
Order Code: SBM494.CT02
$71.50 (ACI members $45.00)
This compilation of background material for ACI durability
seminars addresses the topics of high-performance concrete,
concrete mixture optimization, corrosion of metals in concrete,
concrete inspection, admixtures, durability requirements, quality
in construction, and design considerations for service life.

EPOXIES
See also POLYMER CONCRETE and REPAIR

Use of Epoxy Compounds with Concrete


ACI Committee 503, technical committee document 503R-93,
1993 (Reapproved 1998), 28 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
Order Now!
Order Code: 050393.CT02
$41.50 (ACI members $25.00)
PDF available
This document covers properties, uses, preparations, mixtures,
applications, and handling requirements of epoxy resin systems
with concrete and mortar.

Four Epoxy Specifications


ACI Committee 503, 1992 (Reapproved 1997), 21 pp., bound
set of standards (503.1-92-503.4-92), also in MCP-5 and the
MCP CD-ROM.
Order Now!
Order Code: 503192.CT02
$31.50 (ACI members $19.00)
PDF available
This publication includes the following documents: Standard
Specifications for Bonding Hardened Concrete Steel, Wood, Brick,
and Other Materials to Hardened Concrete with a MultiComponent Epoxy Adhesive (503.1-92) (Reapproved 1997);
Standard Specification for Bonding Plastic Concrete to Hardened
Concrete with a Multi-Component Epoxy Adhesive (503.2-92)
(Reapproved 1997); Standard Specification for Producing a SkidResistant Surface on Concrete by the Use of a Multi-Component
Epoxy System (503.3-92) (Reapproved 1997); and Standard
Specification for Repairing Concrete with Epoxy Mortars
(503.4-92) (Reapproved 1997).

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Guide for the Selection of Polymer


Adhesives with Concrete
ACI Committee 503, technical committee document 503.5R-92
(Reapproved 1997), 1992, 16 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
Order Code: 503592.CT02
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$22.50 (ACI members $13.00)
This guide provides the engineer, contractor, and architect
with a description of the various types of polymer adhesives
most frequently used for adhesive bonding of fresh concrete
to cured concrete, repair of cracks in concrete, bonding
concrete to other materials, and adhesive grouting of bolts
and other inserts into concrete.

Guide for the Application of Epoxy and


Latex Adhesives for Bonding Freshly
Mixed and Hardened Concretes
ACI Committee 503, technical committee document 503.6R-97,
1997, 4 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Now!
Order Code: 503697.CT02
$18.50 (ACI members $11.00)
PDF available
This guide provides information, requirements, and procedures
necessary to achieve a bond between freshly mixed and hardened
concretes by use of either epoxy or latex adhesives.

Epoxy Injection in Construction


By: John Trout. Publisher: The Aberdeen Group, 1997,
80 pp., hard cover.
Order Code: 000EIC.CT02
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$67.00
For a description, see INDUSTRY PUBLICATIONS on page 85.

EVALUATION
See also TESTING and NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING

Strength Evaluation of Existing


Concrete Buildings
ACI Committee 437, technical committee document 437R-91(97),
1991 (Reapproved 1997), 24 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
Order Code: 043791.CT02
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$17.50 (ACI members $11.00)
These recommendations indicate when a strength evaluation
may be needed, establish criteria for selecting the evaluation
method, and indicate the data and conditions necessary for
conducting either type of evaluation.

ORDER FORMS ARE ON PAGES 99-100 OR CALL (248) 848-3800, FAX (248) 848-3801

EVALUATION  FATIGUE FERROCEMENT

EVALUATION (CONT.)
See also TESTING and NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING

New Experimental Techniques for


Evaluating Concrete Material and
Structural Performance
Special Publication 143, 1994, 335 pp.
Order Now!
Order Code: 0SP143.CT02
$58.50 (ACI members $26.00)
This Special Publication contains information on techniques,
devices, and instrumentation for assessing the performance of
concrete structures in the field and laboratory. Topics covered
include novel in-place strength measurements, image processing
of damaged surfaces, correlation of ultrasonic readings and
damage, large-scale impact testing and correlation to laboratory
tests, and much more.

Strength Evaluation of Existing


Concrete Bridges
Special Publication 88, 1985, 268 pp.
Order Now!
Order Code: 00SP88.CT02
$52.50 (ACI members $23.00)
This Special Publication covers condition surveys, analytical
investigation methods, in-situ load testing, laboratory modeling
and testing, deflection measurement methods, and much more.
Case histories are also included.

FATIGUE
See also IMPACT

Considerations for Design of Concrete


Structures Subjected to Fatigue Loading
ACI Committee 215, technical committee document 215R-74,
(Revised 1992) (Reapproved 1997), 24 pp., also in MCP-1 and
the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Now!
Order Code: 021592.CT02
$35.00 (ACI members $21.00)
PDF available
This publication aids the practicing engineer confronted with
consideration of repeated loading on concrete structures.
Investigations of the fatigue properties of component materials
concrete, reinforcing bars, welded reinforcing mats, and
prestressing tendons are reviewed. Applications of this
information are discussed.

FERROCEMENT

Guide for the Design, Construction, and


Repair of Ferrocement
ACI Committee 549, technical committee document 549.1R-93,
1993 (Reapproved 1999), 30 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
Order Now!
Order Code: 549193.CT02
$35.50 (ACI members $22.00)
PDF available
This guide provides technical information on materials and
material selection, design criteria and approaches, construction
methods, maintenance and repair procedures, and testing. The
objectives are to promote more effective use of ferrocement in
terrestrial structures, provide architects and engineers with the
necessary tools to specify and use ferrocement, and provide
owners or their representatives with a reference document to check
the acceptability of a ferrocement alternative in a given application.

Thin Reinforced Concrete Products


and Systems
Special Publication 146, 1994, 156 pp.
Order Code: 0SP146.CT02
Order Now!
$47.50 (ACI members $21.00)
This Special Publication of 10 papers is a result of an international
symposium that addressed the various aspects of thin-sheet products.
The papers included cover tensile and bending behavior, synthetic
fiber use, statistical evaluation of physical properties, mathematical
modeling, pavement over applications, and much more.

Thin-Section Fiber Reinforced Concrete


and Ferrocement
Special Publication 124, 1990, 448 pp.
Order Now!
Order Code: 0SP124.CT02
$41.50 (ACI members $19.00)
Thin-section fiber reinforced concrete is portland cement
concrete or mortar with dispersed, randomly oriented discreet
fibers composed of metal, mineral, or synthetic/natural organic
materials. This Special Publication includes 21 papers covering a
broad variety of topics.

Ferrocement and Laminated


Cementitious Composites
By A. E. Naaman. Publisher: Technopress, 2000, 372 pp.
Order Code: 00FLCC.CT02
$77.00
For a description, see INDUSTRY PUBLICATIONS on page 86.

State-of-the-Art Report on Ferrocement


ACI Committee 549, technical committee document 549R-97,
1997, 26 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 054997.CT02
Order Now!
$29.50 (ACI members $18.00)
This report provides technical information on properties,
performance, and applications of ferrocement, and discusses
physical and mechanical properties, including strength, impact
resistance, durability, and fire resistance.

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FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE

FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE


State-of-the-Art Report on
Fiber Reinforced Concrete

Order Now!

ACI Committee 544, technical committee document 544.1R-96,


1997, 66 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 544196.CT02
$57.50 (ACI members $34.00)
PDF available
This report offers an overview of the properties and
applications for each general category of fiber type: steel, glass,
synthetic, and natural fibers. For more information, call (248)
848-3800 or visit www.aci-int.org.

Measurement of Properties of Fiber


Reinforced Concrete
ACI Committee 544, technical committee document 544.2R-89,
1989 (Reapproved 1999), 11 pp., soft cover, also in MCP-6
and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Now!
Order Code: 544289.CT02
$18.50 (ACI members $11.00)
PDF available
Laboratory and field experiments in the testing of fiber reinforced
concrete have indicated the need to review existing test methods
and to develop new methods. This report outlines the suggested
procedures for specimen preparation in general, and discusses
in detail testing for modulus of rupture.

Guide for Specifying, Proportioning,


Mixing, Placing, and Finishing Steel Fiber
Order Now!
Reinforced Concrete
ACI Committee 544, technical committee document 544.3R-93, 1993
(Reapproved 1998), 10 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 544393.CT02
$18.50 (ACI members $11.00)
PDF available
This guide describes the current technology in specifying,
proportioning, mixing, placing, and finishing steel fiber reinforced
concrete (SFRC). Emphasis is on describing the differences between
conventional concrete and SFRC and how to deal with them.

High-Performance Fiber-Reinforced
Concrete Thin Sheet Products
Special Publication 190, 2000, 115 pp.
Order Now!
Order Code: 0SP190.CT02
$70.50 (ACI members $45.00)
These 11 papers contained in this Special Publication were
presented at the ACI Spring Convention in Chicago, Ill., in March
1999, and represent worldwide advances in the development of highperformance fiber-reinforced thin sheet products. The applications
addressed include curtain walls, pipes, roof tiles, and repair/retrofit of
existing structures. The manufacturing processes are discussed as
well as the variety of natural and manufactured materials used.

Testing of Fiber Reinforced Concrete


Special Publication 155, 1995, 254 pp.
Order Code: 0SP155.CT02
Order Now!
$45.50 (ACI members $20.00)
Recent advances in testing techniques, instrumentation, and
interpretation of test results for FRC are the subjects addressed in
this Special Publication of 12 papers. Current testing of fiber
reinforced concrete is also explored.

Fiber Reinforced Concrete Developments


and Innovations
Special Publication 142, 1994, 317 pp.
Order Now!
Order Code: 0SP142.CT02
$72.50 (ACI members $32.00)
This Special Publication includes 15 papers addressing
shrinkage, cracking, mechanical properties, durability
characteristics, natural and man-made fibers, and much more.

ACI Seminar Fiber Reinforced Concrete


This 1-day seminar covers the use of synthetic, steel, glass, and
natural fibers in concrete, and presents an overview of the various
types of fibers, the mechanics of fiber reinforcement, techniques for
mixing in concrete, placing, finishing, and examples in application.
See pages 31-33 for detailed information about cities and dates
offered in 2002, or visit www.concreteseminars.com.

Design Considerations for Steel Fiber


Reinforced Concrete

Synthetic and Other Non-Metallic Fiber


Reinforcement of Concrete

ACI Committee 544, technical committee document 544.4R-88, 1988


(Reapproved 1999), 18 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 544488.CT02
Order Now!
$25.50 (ACI members $14.00)
The development of design practice for fiber reinforced concrete
and mortar using steel fibers is reviewed. Mechanical properties
are discussed, design methods are presented, and typical
applications are listed.

Compilation 28, 1994, 84 pp.


Order Code: 000C28.CT02
Order Now!
$49.50 (ACI members $30.00)
This compilation addresses the topic of synthetic and other nonmetallic fiber reinforcements. Eighteen papers address topics including:
flexural and shear behavior of concrete beams; use of continuous fibers
for reinforcing concrete; using FRP materials in prestressed concrete
structures; bridges; and FRP reinforcement for concrete structures.

Structural Applications of Fiber


Reinforced Concrete

Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete


Order Now!

Special Publication 182, 1998, 245 pp.


Order Code: 0SP182.CT02
$53.50 (ACI members $32.00)
This Special Publication presents 13 papers on the use of fiber
reinforcement in structural applications, and assembles the
thoughts of some leading researchers in the field. Collectively,
these writings are a snapshot of contemporary thinking in this field
and provide a clear direction for future activity.

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Compilation 27, 1994, 76 pp.


Order Code: 000C27.CT02
Order Now!
$44.50 (ACI members $26.00)
This compilation of 14 articles addresses steel fiber reinforced
issues. Topics include steel fiber reinforced concrete in industrial
floors, steel fiber reinforced auto assembly plant floor, application
of steel fiber reinforced concrete, steel fiber reinforeced concrete
for support of underground openings, steel fiber reinforced
accelerator tunnel lining; influence of fiber-geometry in steel fiber
reinforced dry-mix shotcrete, influence of fiber-geometry in steel
fiber reinforced wet-mix shotcrete, and fiber reinforced rapid-setting
concrete, and RCC pavement reinforced with steel fiber.

ORDER FORMS ARE ON PAGES 99-100 OR CALL (248) 848-3800, FAX (248) 848-3801

FIBER REINFORCED POLYMERS  FIRE RESISTANCE

FIBER REINFORCED POLYMERS


State-of-the-Art Report on Fiber Reinforced
Plastic (FRP) Reinforcement for Concrete
Structures
ACI Committee 440, technical committee document 440R-96,
1996, 65 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Now!
Order Code: 044096.CT02
$71.50 (ACI members $42.00)
PDF available
The use of fiber reinforced plastics (FRP) as reinforcement for
concrete structures has been growing rapidly in recent years. In
addition to the material properties of the constituents, design
philosophies for reinforced and prestressed elements are
discussed. Strengthening of existing structures with FRPs and field
applications of these materials are also presented.

Guide for the Design and Construction of


Concrete Reinforced with FRP Bars
Order Now!
NEW!
ACI Committee 440, technical committee document
440.1R-01, 2001, 41 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 440101.CT02
$54.50 (ACI members $39.00)
PDF available
This first publication in ACIs Emerging Technology Series describes
the unique material properties of fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP)
reinforcing bars. FRP bars offer advantages over steel bars because
they dont corrode and some FRP bars are nonconductive. Due to
other differences in the physical and mechanical behavior of FRP
materials versus steel, engineers and builders need unique design
and construction guidance for concrete structures reinforced with
FRP. This guide provides committee recommendations for engineering
and construction, based on knowledge gained from worldwide
experimental research, analytical work, and field applications of FRPreinforced concrete. Topics include physical and mechanical properties
of FRP bar materials, material requirements and construction practices,
design recommendations for flexure and shear, temperature and
shrinkage reinforcement, development length and splicing, and uses
of FRP in slabs on grade.

Fiber-Reinforced Plastic Reinforcement


for Concrete Structures
Special Publication 138, 1992, 988 pp.
Order Code: 0SP138.CT02
Order Now!
$147.50 (ACI members $66.00)
This Special Publication on FRP includes 55 technical papers
from around the world covering research, design, and applications.
The six sections of this publication deal with: Material Properties
and Testing Methods; Reinforcement for Reinforced Concrete;
Reinforcement for Prestressed Concrete; Analysis and Design;
Japanese National Project for FRP Development; and Applications.

Fourth International
Symposium on Fiber
Reinforced Polymer
Reinforcement for
Reinforced Concrete
Order Now!
Structures
Special Publication 188, 1999, 1182 pp.
Order Code: 0SP188.CT02
$131.50 (ACI members $78.00)
This volume presents 24 papers from
the Fourth International Symposium and
represents a significant expansion in the
state of knowledge that has occurred since the First Symposium
in 1993.

FIRE RESISTANCE
Guide for Determining Fire Endurance of
Concrete Elements
REAPPROVED!
ACI Committee 216, technical committee document
216R-89 (Reapproved 2001), 48 pp., also in MCP-1 and the
MCP CD-ROM.
Order Now!
Order Code: 021689.CT02
$64.50 (ACI members $38.00)
PDF available
This guide contains information for determining the fire
endurance for simple support slabs and beams, continuous slabs
and beams, floors and roofs in which restraint to thermal expansion
occurs, walls, and reinforced concrete columns. Information is also
given for determining the fire endurance of certain concrete
members based on heat transmission criteria.

Standard Method for Determining the


Fire Resistance of Concrete and Masonry
Construction Assemblies
ACI Committee 216, technical committee document 216.1-97,
1997, 26 pp., also in MCP-1 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Now!
Order Code: 216197.CT02
$59.50 (ACI members $35.00)
PDF available
Fire resistance of building elements is an important
consideration in building design. While structural design
considerations for concrete and masonry at ambient temperature
conditions are addressed by ACI 318 and ACI 530/ASCE 5/TMS
402, respectively, these codes do not consider the impact of fire
on concrete and masonry construction. The standard portion of
this document contains such design and analytical procedures for
determining the fire resistance of concrete and masonry members
and building assemblies.

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FLY ASH FORMWORK

FLY ASH
See also POZZOLANS

Use of Fly Ash in Concrete


ACI Committee 232, technical committee document 232.2R-96,
1996, 34 pp., also in MCP-2 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Now!
Order Code: 232296.CT02
$48.50 (ACI members $28.00)
PDF available
This report gives an overview of portland cement concrete, and
the proper selection and use of fly ash in the production of portland
cement concrete and concrete products. The report contains
information and recommendations concerning the selection and
use of Class C and Class F fly ashes generally conforming to the
requirements of ASTM C 618.

ACI Seminar Practical Concrete Materials


This 1-day seminar covers the quality material selection and
specifying of concrete and concrete materials, including cements,
slag, fly ash, silica fume, blended cements, aggregates, chemical
admixtures, testing procedures for the proper evaluation of test
results, and what to do when test results are unacceptable. See
pages 31-33 for detailed information about cities and dates offered
in 2002, or visit www.concreteseminars.com.

ACI Seminar Supplementary


Cementitious Materials
This 1-day seminar will cover the use of a wide range of
supplementary cementitious materials which include various types
of fly ashes, ground granulated slag, silica fume, metakaolin, and
other natural pozzolans. The origin and nature of each material and
its effect on fresh- and hardened-concrete properties, and durability
in various aggressive environments will be discussed. The impact
on construction practices using these materials also will be reviewed.
See pages 31-33 for detailed information about cities and dates
offered in 2002 or visit www.concreteseminars.com.

FORMWORK
Guide to Formwork for Concrete
REVISED!
ACI Committee 347, technical committee document 347-01,
32 pp., also in MCP-4 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 034701.CT02
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$44.00 (ACI members $27.00)
Guide to Formwork for Concrete, (ACI 347-01) provides
guidelines on safety objectives, quality, and economy for formwork.
A section on contract documents explains the specification
guidance the engineer/architect should provide for the contractor.
Topics in the guide include:

_ Design, construction, and materials for formwork;


_ Architectural concrete;
_ Formwork for bridges, shells, mass concrete, and

_ Formwork for special methods of construction including

slipforming, preplaced aggregate concrete, tremie concrete,


precast and prestressed concrete.

Formwork for Concrete


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The 6th edition of Formwork for Concrete (SP-4) preserves
the standards established by past editions and continues to be
recognized as the Green Bible of the formwork industry.
For the experienced designer or builder of formwork, it is a
reference on material properties, design data, and construction
suggestions. For the architect-engineer, it adds guidance in
relating details of the structures designed to problems and
possibilities of executing them in concrete. For the novice, the
book provides an introduction to many common formwork
practices, explaining basic design principles and encouraging
a rational rather than rule-of-thumb approach to formwork.
The text has been revised for consistency with the 1994
report of Committee 347, Guide to Formwork for Concrete (ACI
347R-94), which is reprinted completely in the appendix. The
form design examples and the form design tables have been
revised, and now reflect the most recent changes in lumber
design standards and allowable stresses resulting from the
lumber industrys in-grade testing program.
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minimum order of 10 copies is required and must be ordered
through a professor (please list professors name). If 25 or more
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FORMWORK  FOUNDATIONS

Suggested Analysis and Design Procedures


for Combined Footings and Mats

FORMWORK (CONT.)
Forming Economical Concrete Buildings
Proceedings of the Third International
Conference
Special Publication 107, 1988, 212 pp.
Order Code: 0SP107.CT02
$88.50 (ACI members $40.00)
Considering that the cost of formwork can represent half the
cost of construction, it should be carefully considered prior to design
and construction. Consisting of 12 papers, this Special Publication
offers a variety of ideas that can lead to substantial savings in
formwork costs.

Formwork
Compilation 26, 1994, 84 pp.
Order Code: 000C26.CT02
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$47.50 (ACI members $29.00)
This is a special compilation of selected articles on the subject of
formwork from Concrete International magazine. Fifteen papers
feature subjects including construction live loads caused by power
buggies, interactive vertical formwork selection systems, interactive
horizontal formwork selection systems, textile form methods to
improve concrete durability, steel forms speed construction of upper
deckbents, formwork for architectural concrete, formwork removal,
formwork release agents, air-supported forming, movable air form
structures for containing airborne releases, fabric forms for concrete,
modular structural forming systems for shotcrete, and precast
concrete stay-in-place forming systems for lock-wall rehabilitation.

Toolbox Meeting Flyers, Concrete Formwork


ACI Committee E-703, Toolbox Meeting Flyers No. 2, 1998,
3-ring binder, 12 topics, 10 sets of each.
Order Code: 000TB2.CT02
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These flyers are designed to be used in a short, informal
discussion by the superintendant, engineer, or foreman directed
to the carpenters, laborers, and cement masons. The 12 flyers
included in this group are formwork planning, vertical loads and
pressures, lateral loads and pressures, materials, shoring and
falsework, formwork preparation and stripping, tolerances,
horizontal forming systems, vertical forming systems, architectural
concrete, formwork checklists, and safety.

FOUNDATIONS
Specification for the Construction
of Drilled Piers
REVISED!

ACI Committee 336, technical committee document 336.2R-88,


1988 (Reapproved 1993), 27 pp., also in MCP-3 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
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Order Code: 336288.CT02
$27.50 (ACI members $16.00)
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This publication deals with the design of foundations supporting
more than a single column known as combined footings and mats.
The report excludes slabs on grade.

Design and Construction of Drilled Piers


ACI Committee 336, technical committee document
336.3R-93, 1993 (Reapproved 1998), 30 pp., also MCP-3
and the MCP CD-ROM.
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$42.50 (ACI members $25.00)
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This publication covers the design and construction of
foundation piers 30 in. (760 mm) in diameter or larger made by
excavating a hole in the earth and then filling it with concrete.

Grouting between Foundations and Bases


for Support of Equipment and Machinery
ACI Committee 351, technical committee document 351.1R-99,
1999, 18 pp., also in MCP-4 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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Order Code: 351199.CT02
$30.50 (ACI members $18.00)
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This report provides an overview of current practices of grouting
for support of equipment and machinery. Materials and installation
methods are described for hydraulic cement and epoxy grouts,
used as the load transfer material between equipment bases and
their foundations. A list of standard test methods and specifications
is also included.

Foundations for Static Equipment


ACI Committee 351, technical committee document 351.2R-94,
1994 (Reapproved 1999), 30 pp., also in MCP-4 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
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$43.50 (ACI members $26.00)
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This report presents the various design criteria, and methods
and procedures of analysis, design, and construction currently being
applied to static equipment foundations by industry practitioners.

Design, Manufacture, and Installation of


Concrete Piles
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ACI Committee 336, technical committee document


336.1-01, 2001, 22 pp., also in MCP-3 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 336101.CT02
$20.00 (ACI members $12.50)
ACI 336.1, Specification for the Construction of Drilled Piers, is
a reference specification for drilled-pier construction and includes
requirements for delivery, handling, and storage of the casing,
drilling excavation, soil testing, placing of concrete and reinforcing
steel, and inspection.

ACI Committee 543, technical committee document 543R-00,


2000, 49 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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Order Code: 054300.CT02
$45.50 (ACI members $27.00)
PDF available
This report presents recommendations to assist the design
architect/engineer, manufacturer, field engineer, and contractor in
numerous construction projects. The introductory chapter provides
descriptions of the various types of piles and definitions used in
the report. Other information includes factors that should be
considered in the design of piles and a discussion of factors that
affect the load-carrying capacities of different types of piles.

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FOUNDATIONS  FRACTURE MECHANICS

FOUNDATIONS (CONT.)
Design and Performance of Mat
Foundations State-of-the-Art Review
Special Publication 152, 1995, 267 pp.
Order Code: 0SP152.CT02
$47.50 (ACI members $21.00)
Prudent analysis and design of mat foundations can be
achieved only by a team approach consisting of the architect,
structural engineer, and geotechnical engineer. Responsible
contract documents are the product of design along with
geotechnical field monitoring to evaluate actual conditions and
construction procedures.

Concrete Foundations
Compilation 19, 1992, 68 pp.
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Order Code: 000C19.CT02
$44.50 (ACI members $26.00)
This compilation of Concrete International magazine articles
on concrete foundations covers topics including sub-grade reaction
in mat foundation design, foundation design in Florida Karst,
building a big mat, post-tensioned residential foundations, trench
wall footings, massive placement melds technology with economy,
machine foundations AK study, building pile caps on weak
soils, concrete foundations on permafrost, designing the
foundations in high-settlement areas, casting large concrete slabs,
and pumping for slurry walls.

Cementitious Grouts and Grouting


Publisher: Portland Cement Association, 1990, 64 pp.
Order Code: 0EB111.CT02
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For a description, see INDUSTRY PUBLICATIONS on page 82.

FRACTURE MECHANICS
Fracture Mechanics of Concrete:
Concepts, Models, and Determination of
Material Properties
ACI Committee 446, technical committee document 446.1R-91,
1991 (Reapproved 1999), 146 pp.
Order Code: 446191.CT02
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$144.50 (ACI members $85.00)
This report describes the basic concept of fracture mechanics
of concrete, the existing theoretical models, and the methods for
determining the material fracture parameters.

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Finite Element Analysis of Fracture in


Concrete Structures: State of the Art
ACI Committee 446, technical committee document 446.3R-97,
1997, 33 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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Order Code: 446397.CT02
$59.50 (ACI members $35.00)
PDF available
Fracture is an important mode of deformation and damage in
both plain and reinforced concrete structures. To accurately predict
fracture behavior, it is often necessary to use finite element
analysis. This report describes the finite element analysis of
fracture in concrete.

Interface Fracture and Bond


Special Publication 156, 1995, 216 pp.
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Order Code: 0SP156.CT02
$58.50 (ACI members $26.00)
Interfaces, such as mortar-aggregate and cement matrix-fiber
interfaces, affect the mechanical behavior of concrete composites.
This Special Publication of 11 papers captures the latest thinking
regarding interface fracture and bond, with the understanding that
as the performance of materials is improved and composites
become tougher, fracture and bond characteristics change.

Concrete Design Based on Fracture


Mechanics
Special Publication 134, 1992, 176 pp.
Order Code: 0SP134.CT02
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$79.50 (ACI members $35.00)
All nine papers in this Special Publication address the
phenomenon of cracking in concrete. Topics include importance of
fracture mechanics, mixed-mode fracture concepts, pullout of anchor
bolts, practical methods of design, and several more topics. For
more information, call (248) 848-3800 or visit www.aci-int.org.

Fracture Mechanics for Concrete


Materials: Testing and Applications
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Special Publication 201, 2001, 286 pp.
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Order Code: 0SP201.CT02
Price: $55.50 (ACI members $31.00)
Fracture mechanics concepts are
increasingly being used in designing
concrete
structures
and
in
understanding the fundamental
behavior of concrete-like materials.
Fracture-mechanics concepts also have
the potential for use in designing
concrete-FRP composites and in
repairing concrete structures. Several
of the 15 papers in SP-201, Fracture
Mechanics for Concrete Materials, deal
with these topics. Determining the
fracture properties of concrete materials
for various applications requires
selecting the proper testing method, and
many papers in the volume cover this issue. By reading SP-201,
practitioners, researchers, and potential users of fracturemechanics concepts will learn of the recent technological
advances, engineering applications, and research results
presented.

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 FRACTURE MECHANICS  GUIDEWAYS  HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONCRETE

FRACTURE MECHANICS (CONT.)


Fracture Mechanics: Applications
to Concrete
Special Publication 118, 1989, 308 pp.
Order Code: 0SP118.CT02
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$51.50 (ACI members $23.00)
This Special Publication of 13 papers presents advances in fracture
mechanics involving characterization, resistance measurements,
computation tools, and material toughness. The document is divided
into two sections. One section deals with the application of fracture
mechanics to cementitious materials. The other section covers the
application of fracture mechanics to concrete structures.

GUIDEWAYS
Analysis and Design of Reinforced and
Prestressed Concrete Guideway Structures
ACI Committee 358, technical committee document 358.1R-92,
1992, 35 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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$48.50 (ACI members $29.00)
PDF available
Recommendations are given for the design of reinforced and
prestressed concrete guideway structures for public transit use.
The document is specifically prepared to provide design guidance
for transit structures.

HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONCRETE
State-of-the-Art Report
on High-Strength Concrete
ACI Committee 363, technical committee document 363R-92,
1992 (Reapproved 1997), 55 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
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Order Code: 036392.CT02
$75.50 (ACI members $45.00)
PDF available
This report presents information on high-strength concrete,
including topics on the selection of materials, concrete mix
proportioning, batching, mixing, transporting, placing, control
procedures, concrete properties, structural design, economics,
and applications.

Guide to Quality Control and Testing of


High-Strength Concrete
ACI Committee 363, technical committee document 363.2R-98,
1998, 18 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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Order Code: 363298.CT02
$25.50 (ACI members $15.00)
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The special quality control and testing needed to reliably
measure the strength of specimens of high-strength concrete and
to achieve high-strength concrete consistently are discussed.
Preconstruction and construction procedures are covered,
including planning trial mixtures, preconstruction meetings,
batching, placing, curing, and testing. The concept of prequalifying
suppliers and laboratories is introduced, and a method for the
evaluation of data is also included.

High-Strength Concrete in Seismic Regions


Special Publication 176, 1998, 471 pp.
Order Code: 0SP176.CT02
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$53.50 (ACI members $24.00)
This Special Publication comprises selected papers that were
the result of the Second Multilateral Meeting on Structural
Performance of High-Strength Concrete in Seismic Regions, held
in November 1994 in Honolulu, Hawaii.

High-Performance Concrete
Special Publication 172, 1997, 1017 pp.
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Order Code: 0SP172.CT02
$53.50 (ACI members $24.00)
The theme of the Third ACI International Conference in Malaysia
1997, was High-Performance Design and Materials and Recent
Advances in Concrete Technology. Over 90 papers were submitted
and reviewed, and 52 were accepted for this publication.

High-Strength Concrete:
An International Perspective
Special Publication 167, 1996, 332 pp.
Order Code: 0SP167.CT02
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$32.50 (ACI members $14.00)
This Special Publication presents information gathered
from around the world on high-strength and super-highstrength concrete.

International Workshop on
High-Performance Concrete
Special Publication 159, 1996, 456 pp.
Order Code: 0SP159.CT02
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$48.50 (ACI members $22.00)
High-performance concrete (HPC) is defined as concrete that
meets special performance and uniformity requirements. The
desired performance is often achieved by using special materials,
mixing, placing, and curing procedures. This Special Publication
contains 32 papers covering such topics as placement and
compaction without segregation, long-term mechanical properties,
early-age strength, volume stability, and service-life enhancements.

High-Performance Concrete:
Performance and Quality of
Concrete Structures

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Special Publication 186, 1999, 791 pp.


Order Code: 0SP186.CT02
$78.50 (ACI members $47.00)
The Second CANMET/ACI International
Conference was held in Brazil in 1999
and showcased information on emerging
high-performance concrete in Brazil and
other South American countries. Over
100 papers were submitted from all over
the world, and were reviewed in
accordance with ACI International policy.
Forty-five were accepted for publication
in this volume.

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HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONCRETE HOT WEATHER

HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONCRETE
(CONT.)
High-Performance Concrete: Proceedings,
ACI International Conference, Singapore
Special Publication 149, 1994, 884 pp.
Order Code: 0SP149.CT02
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$85.50 (ACI members $38.00)
The theme of the second ACI International Conference is
covered by the 45 papers in this Special Publication. Topics
presented include the U.S. Gover nments role in highperformance materials for infrastructure, sulfate and chloride
penetration resistance, engineering properties, high-volume
fly ash concrete, and much more.

High-Performance Concrete in
Severe Environments
Special Publication 140, 1993, 316 pp.
Order Code: 0SP140.CT02
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This Special Publication contains 14 papers emphasizing field
applications rather than laboratory studies of high-performance
concrete. The wide variety of topics covered includes long-span
bridges, highway pavements, high-rise structures, dam
rehabilitation, and more.

Paul Klieger Symposium on Performance


of Concrete
Special Publication 122, 1990, 506 pp.
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Order Code: 0SP122.CT02
$49.50 (ACI members $22.00)
This Special Publication is a collection of 24 papers from an
international panel of experts. The volume is arranged in three
parts: Part One covers the more fundamental aspects and
laboratory investigations; Part Two covers field studies where
concrete is exposed to natural conditions; and Part Three covers
case histories of the performance and rehabilitation of concrete
structures in severe environments. For more information, call (248)
848-3800 or visit www.aci-int.org.

Utilization of High-Strength Concrete


Second International Symposium
Special Publication 121, 1990, 794 pp.
Order Code: 0SP121.CT02
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$73.50 (ACI members $33.00)
This volume is a collection of 38 papers presented at the Second
International Symposium. Subject matter pertaining to utilization of highstrength concrete includes design, material selection and proportioning,
material performance, lightweight concrete, and applications.

High-Performance Concrete
Research to Practice
Special Publication 189, 1999, 466 pp.
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Order Code: 0SP189.CT02
$83.50 (ACI members $50.00)
A total of 25 papers are included in this Special Publication on HPC.
The general topics include HPC bridges, HPC structural lightweight
concrete, material science of HPC, and structural safety of HPC.

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High-Performance Concrete
Compilation 32, 1996, 104 pp.
Order Code: 000C32.CT02
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$44.50 (ACI members $26.00)
The 15 papers in the compilation have been selected with a
specific objective of providing technical information to readers
who would find it useful in practical applications. A sampling of the
subject areas include: economics, design and ductility, control,
creep and shrinkage, evaluation of core strength, on-site earlyage monitoring, stretching the paradigm, thermal stresses, and
transportation structures.

High-Strength Concrete
Compilation 17, 1992, 96 pp.
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Order Code: 000C17.CT02
$70.50 (ACI members $42.00)
This compilation consists of 18 technical papers and articles
on the subject. An additional section on Letters to the Editor from
Concrete International magazine is also included. A sampling of
the subjects includes research, high PCS, production and delivery,
new mineral admixtures, influencing principles and factors, longterm characteristics, and pumping methods.

High-Strength Concrete
Seminar Course Manual 15, 1987, 272 pp.
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$60.50 (ACI members $39.00)
This compilation of background material for ACI high-strength
concrete seminars presents information on design, materials,
quality control, testing, and construction.

Fundamentals of High-Performance
Concrete
By: E. G. Nawy. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, 2nd Edition,
2001, 441 pp., hard cover.
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HOT WEATHER
Hot Weather Concreting
BEST SELLER!
ACI Committee 305, technical committee document 305R-99,
1999, 20 pp., also in MCP-2 and the MCP CD-ROM. Order Now!
Order Code: 030599.CT02
$30.50 (ACI members $19.00)
PDF available
Concrete mixed, transported, and placed under conditions of
high temperature, low humidity, or high wind requires an
understanding of the effects such environmental factors have on
concrete properties and construction operations. When these factors
are understood, measures can be taken to eliminate or minimize
undesirable effects. The most serious difficulties are experienced in
weather and types of construction that are unusual in the experience
of those performing the work. This report defines hot weather, lists
possible unfavorable effects, and presents practices intended to
minimize them. A selected bibliography is appended.

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HOT WEATHER  HYBRID


HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES IMPACT

HOT WEATHER (CONT.)

HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES
See also MASS CONCRETE

Durable Concrete in Hot Climates


Special Publication 139, 1993, 194 pp.
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Order Code: 0SP139.CT02
$61.50 (ACI members $28.00)
There is keen awareness internationally regarding the
production and use of durable concrete in hot climates. This
Special Publication explores this topic by providing 10 papers
from authors throughout the world, covering both field and
laboratory studies.

Practitioners Guide to Hot


Weather Concreting
Practitioners Guide 1, 1996, 75 pp.
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$55.50 (ACI members $31.00)
This compilation presents useful information on all aspects of
concreting in hot weather. Among the subjects covered are design
considerations, understanding how conditions such as high
temperature, low humidity, solar radiation, and wind affect
concrete properties, and troubleshooting problems associated
with hot weather.

HYBRID
Hybrid and Composite Structures
Special Publication 174, 1998, 256 pp.
Order Code: 0SP174.CT02
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$48.50 (ACI members $22.00)
This publication includes 12 papers that present an overview
of the latest developments in behavior and design of composite
and hybrid structures.

Composite and Hybrid Systems


Special Publication 196, 2000, 218 pp., 12 papers.
Order Code: 0SP196.CT02
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$58.50 (ACI members $35.00)
This book is dedicated to Walter P. Moore, Jr., a leader in
composite building design and
engineering education, and discusses
through beam connection detail,
advanced composites for waterfront
infrastructure, evaluation of high-strength
square CFT columns, push-out behavior
of rectangular concrete-filled steel tubes,
damping factors of composite RCS
frames, structural safety of reinforced
concrete flexural and compression
members, behavior of new steel-concrete
hybrid frame system, and hybrid RC
frame-steel wall systems.

Erosion of Concrete in Hydraulic Structures


ACI Committee 210, technical committee document 210R-93,
1993 (Reapproved 1998), 24 pp., also in MCP-1 and the
MCP CD-ROM.
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Order Code: 021093.CT02
$33.50 (ACI members $21.00)
PDF available
Attention is given to the physical erosion of concrete in hydraulic
structures resulting from particles carried by flowing water and
from pitting resulting from cavities forming and collapsing in water
flowing at high velocities. Disintegration of concrete by chemical
attack is also discussed. Materials, mix proportions, and
construction procedures that will make concrete more resistant to
erosion are presented.

Compendium of Case Histories on Repair


of Erosion-Damaged Concrete in
Hydraulic Structures
ACI Committee 210, technical committee document 210.1R-94,
1994 (Reapproved 1999), 33 pp., also in MCP-1 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
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$43.50 (ACI members $26.00)
PDF available
This report contains a series of case histories on hydraulic
structures that have been damaged by erosion from various
physical, mechanical, and chemical actions.

IMPACT
See also FATIGUE

Concrete and Blast Effects


Special Publication 175, 1998, 319 pp.
Order Code: 0SP175.CT02
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The 15 papers included in this Special Publication describe a
range of applications for this seemingly narrow area of structural
engineering. For more information, call (248) 848-3800 or visit
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INSPECTION JOINTS, MONOLITHIC 

INSPECTION
Guide for Concrete Inspection
ACI Committee 311, technical committee document 311.4R-00,
2000, 12 pp., also in MCP-2 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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Order Code: 311400.CT02
$20.50 (ACI members $11.00)
PDF available
This guide discusses the need for inspection of concrete
construction and other related activities, the types of inspection
activities involved, and the responsibilities of various individuals
and organizations involved in these activities. Field-testing
activities are considered to be part of the inspection process. This
guide also presents recommended plans for inspection activities
and for implementing inspection programs. Recommended
minimum levels of inspection for various purposes and types of
projects are also given.

concrete is placed, concrete operations, form removal and


curing, correction of defects and repairs, slabs for buildings,
pavement slabs and bridge decks, architectural concrete,
special concreting methods, special types of concrete, precast
and prestressed concrete, grouting, testing of concrete and
aggregates, inspection records and reports, and a checklist of
inspection. ACI 311.4 and 311.5 are included in the appendix.
This Manual is for the guidance, assistance, and instruction of
concrete inspectors and others engaged in concrete construction,
such as field engineers, construction superintendents, supervisors,
laboratory and field technicians, inspectors, and workers.
Journeymen may find it valuable as a reference for improving their
work, while apprentices can use it as an effective instruction manual.
Designers will find the manual to be a valuable tool that provides a
ready description of the various details of concrete construction.

ACI Certification Programs


Guide for Concrete Plant Inspection and
Field Testing of Ready-Mixed Concrete
ACI Committee 311, technical committee document 311.5R-97,
1998, 5 pp., also in MCP-2 and the MCP CD-ROM. Order Now!
Order Code: 311597.CT02
$18.50 (ACI members $11.00)
PDF available
This report provides recommended minimum requirements
when specifications require batch plant inspection of ready-mixed
concrete production and field testing of ready-mixed concrete at
the project site.
The user is cautioned that this report is intended for use in
establishing the basic duties and reports required of inspection
personnel. It can be used for all types and sizes of projects but
should be supplemented with additional inspection
requirements when the complexity of the project so dictates.
Refer to the Guide for Concrete Inspection (ACI 311.4R) for
guidance on additional requirements.

ACI Manual of Concrete Inspection


BEST SELLER!
ACI Committee 311, Special Publication 2, 9th Edition, 1999,
209 pp.
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industry guide to concrete inspection. For the 1999 edition, all
23 chapters were updated, with major revisions to Chapters 6,
7, 8, 11, 15, and 17. New sections include proportioning and
control of concrete with pozzolan and other cementitious
materials and repairs to precast concrete. Recommendations
for certification have been added to many of the chapters. The
checklist of inspection has been updated to include temperature
tests for placing concrete and cement temperature. The
references have been updated to include current information.
The Manual also covers inspection processes and
organization, statistical concepts on quality assurance,
inspection and testing of materials, handling and storage of
materials, concrete fundamentals, proportioning and control of
concrete mixtures, batching and mixing, inspection before

44

Concrete Transportation Construction Inspector


ACI administers a certification program for individuals who
inspect concrete transportation-related construction projects such
as roadways, pavements, and bridges see page(s) 14-17 for a
general program description and training materials. For local
program availability and detailed information, visit the Certification
section of ACIs website: www.aci-int.org.

JOINTS, MONOLITHIC
Recommendations for Design of BeamColumn Joints in Monolithic Reinforced
Concrete Structures
Joint ACI-ASCE Committee 352, technical committee
document 352R-91, 1991 (Reapproved 1997), 21 pp., also in
MCP-4 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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These recommendations are for proportioning and detailing
beam-column joints in monolithic reinforced concrete structures
where the column width is equal to or greater than the beam width.
Design examples are presented.

Recommendations for Design of SlabColumn Connections in Monolithic


Reinforced Concrete Structures
Joint ACI-ASCE Committee 352, technical committee
document 352.1R-89, 1989 (Reapproved 1997), 22 pp., also in
MCP-4 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE MARINE CONCRETE

JOINTS, MOVEMENT
See also SEALANTS

Joints in Concrete Construction


ACI Committee 224, technical committee document
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the MCP CD-ROM.
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This report reviews the state of the art in design, construction, and
maintenance of joints in concrete structures subjected to a wide variety
of use and environmental conditions, including joint sealants.

The Fourth World Congress on Joint


Sealants and Bearing Systems in
Concrete Structures Volume 1
Special Publication 164, Vol. 1, 1996, 460 pp.
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The Fourth World Congress on Joint Sealants and Bearing
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seismic code requirements. This Special Publication presents
20 papers for review.

The Fourth World Congress on Joint


Sealants and Bearing Systems in
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Building Movements and Joints


Publisher: Portland Cement Association, 1982, 64 pp.
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LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE
See also AGGREGATES and CELLULAR CONCRETE

Guide for Structural Lightweight


Aggregate Concrete

Structural Lightweight Aggregate


Concrete Performance
Special Publication 136, 1992, 424 pp.
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This compilation of 12 papers addresses the performance of
structural lightweight concrete, with topics ranging from fundamental
laboratory studies to case histories of concrete performance.

MARINE CONCRETE
See also HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONCRETE

Guide for the Design and Construction of


Fixed Offshore Concrete Structures
ACI Committee 357, technical committee document 357R-84,
1984 (Reapproved 1997), 23 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
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This provides a report for the design and construction of fixed
reinforced and/or prestressed concrete structures for service in
a marine environment. Only fixed structures that are founded
on the seabed and obtain their stability from gravity are covered.

State-of-the-Art Report on Offshore


Concrete Structures for the Arctic
ACI Committee 357, technical committee document 357.1R-91,
1991 (Reapproved 1997), 117 pp.
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This report brings together the relevant experience
currently available in designing and building offshore arctic
concrete structures.

State-of-the-Art Report on Barge-Like


Concrete Structures
ACI Committee 357, technical committee document 357.2R-88,
1988 (Reapproved 1997), 89 pp.
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Barge-like marine structures require unique design
considerations. Construction methods and materials used for these
structures are presented in this report to demonstrate the importance
of the construction process during the planning and design stages.
Important aspects of delivery from the construction site and
installation at the deployment site are presented.

ACI Committee 213, technical committee document 213R-87,


1987 (Reapproved 1999), 27 pp., also in MCP-1 and the MCP
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This guide summarizes the present technology and presents
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many laboratory studies, accumulated experience resulting from
greatly increased and successful use, and performance of structural
lightweight aggregate concrete in service.

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MARINE CONCRETE  MASONRY

MARINE CONCRETE (CONT.)


See also HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONCRETE

Third CANMET/ACI International


Conference on Performance of Concrete
in Marine Environment
Special Publication 163, 1996, 519 pp.
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This Special Publication includes 24 papers presented at the
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in marine concrete construction.

MASONRY

_ Integrated seismic design requirements;


_ Modifications for allowable flexural tension design values;
_ Wind speed threshold for empirical design;
_ Criteria for veneer supported by wood; clarifications for
empirically designed shear walls;

_ Removal of drip ties;


_ Quality-assurance provisions for prestressed masonry;
_ Grout demonstration panels; and
_ Protection requirements for reinforcement.
Among the other subjects covered in the code requirements
and commentary are: analysis and design, strength and
serviceability, flexural and axial loads, shear, details and
development of reinforcement, walls, columns, pilasters, beams
and lintels; seismic design requirements, and veneers.

See also PLASTERING

Building Code Requirements for


Masonry Structures and Specifications
for Masonry Structures and Related
Commentaries
ACI Committee 530, technical committee document 530-99/
530R-99, 530.1-99/530.1R-99, 1999, 104 pp., also in MCP-6
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These Code requirements cover the design and construction
of masonry structures, prestressed masonry, inspection and quality
assurance of masonry construction, hot weather construction, and
adhered veneer.
Other subjects include permits and drawings, quality assurance,
materials, placing embedded items, analysis and design, strength
and serviceability, flexural and axial loads, shear, details and
development of reinforcement, walls, columns, pilasters, beams
and lintels, and empirical design method applicable to buildings
meeting specific size, location, and construction criteria.
This Code is referenced by IBC 2000 and is a joint effort of the
American Concrete Institute, the American Society of Civil
Engineers, and The Masonry Society.

Building Code Requirements and


Commentary for Masonry Structures and
Specification for Masonry Structures and
Related Commentaries
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commentaries cover the design and construction of masonry
structures. The 2002 revision now includes strength design
provisions plus:

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Masonry Designers Guide, 3rd Edition


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International Building Code (IBC 2000). Keyed to the MSJC Code
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Masonry Efflorescence
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Preparation of Notation for ConcreteACI 104-71


(Revised 1982) (Reapproved 1997)
Cement and Concrete TerminologySP-19(00)/ACI 116R-00
Standard Specifications for Tolerances for Concrete
Construction and MaterialsACI 117-90
Commentary on Standard Specifications for
Tolerances for Concrete Construction and Materials
ACI 117R-90
Quality Management System for Concrete
ConstructionACI 121R-98
Guide to a Recommended Format for Concrete in a
Materials Property DatabaseACI 126.3R-99
Guide for Making a Condition Survey of Concrete in
ServiceACI 201.1R-92 (Reapproved 1997)
Guide to Durable ConcreteACI 201.2R-01
Mass ConcreteACI 207.1R-96
Effect of Restraint, Volume Change, and Reinforcement
on Cracking of Mass ConcreteACI 207.2R-95
Practices for Evaluation of Concrete in Existing Massive
Structures for Service ConditionsACI 207.3R-94
Cooling and Insulating Systems for Mass Concrete
ACI 207.4R-93 (Reapproved 1998)
Roller Compacted Mass ConcreteACI 207.5R-99
Prediction of Creep, Shrinkage, and Temperature
Effects in Concrete StructuresACI 209R-92
(Reapproved 1997)
Erosion of Concrete in Hydraulic StructuresACI
210R-93 (Reapproved 1998)
Compendium of Case Histories on Repair of ErosionDamaged Concrete in Hydraulic StructuresACI
210.1R-94 (Reapproved 1999)
Standard Practice for Selecting Proportions for
Normal, Heavyweight, and Mass ConcreteACI 211.191 (Reapproved 1997)
Standard Practice for Selecting Proportions for
Structural Lightweight ConcreteACI 211.2-98
Guide for Selecting Proportions for No-Slump
ConcreteACI 211.3R-97
Guide for Selecting Proportions for High-Strength
Concrete with Portland Cement and Fly Ash
ACI 211.4R-93 (Reapproved 1998)
Guide for Submittal of Concrete Proportions
ACI 211.5R-01
Chemical Admixtures for ConcreteACI 212.3R-91
(Reapproved 1999)
Guide for the Use of High-Range Water-Reducing
Admixtures (Superplasticizers) in ConcreteACI
212.4R-93 (Reapproved 1998)
Guide for Structural Lightweight Aggregate
ConcreteACI 213R-87 (Reapproved 1999)
Recommended Practice for Evaluation of Strength Test
Results of ConcreteACI 214-77 (Reapproved 1997)
Simplified Version of the Recommended Practice for
Evaluation of Strength Test Results of ConcreteACI
214.3R-88 (Reapproved 1997)
Considerations for Design of Concrete Structures
Subjected to Fatigue LoadingACI 215R-74 (Revised
1992) (Reapproved 1997)
Guide for Determining Fire Endurance of Concrete
ElementsACI 216R-89 (Reapproved 2001)
Standard Method for Determining the Fire Resistance
of Concrete and Masonry Construction Assemblies
ACI 216.1-97/TMS 0216.1-97
Guide for Use of Normal Weight and Heavyweight
Aggregates in ConcreteACI 221R-96 (Reapproved 2001)
State-of-the-Art Report on Alkali-Aggregate
ReactivityACI 221.1R-98
Protection of Metals in Concrete Against Corrosion
ACI 222R-01
Provisional Standard Test Method for Water-Soluble
Chloride Available for Corrosion of Embedded Steel
in Mortar and Concrete Using the Soxhlet Extractor
ACI 222.1-96
Corrosion of Prestressing Steels
ACI 222.2R-01
Standard Practice for the Use of ShrinkageCompensating ConcreteACI 223-98

Control of Cracking in Concrete StructuresACI 224R-01


Causes, Evaluation, and Repair of Cracks in Concrete
StructuresACI 224.1R-93 (Reapproved 1998)
Cracking of Concrete Members in Direct TensionACI
224.2R-92 (Reapproved 1997)
Joints in Concrete ConstructionACI 224.3R-95
(Reapproved 2001)
Guide to the Selection and Use of Hydraulic
CementsACI 225R-99
In-Place Methods to Estimate Concrete StrengthACI
228.1R-95
Nondestructive Test Methods for Evaluation of
Concrete in StructuresACI 228.2R-98
Controlled Low-Strength Materials (CLSM)ACI 229R-99
State-of-the-Art Report on Soil CementACI 230.1R-90
(Reapproved 1997)
Use of Raw or Processed Natural Pozzolans in
ConcreteACI 232.1R-00
Use of Fly Ash in ConcreteACI 232.2R-96
Ground Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag as a
Cementitious Constituent in ConcreteACI 233R-95
(Reapproved 2000)
Guide for the Use of Silica Fume in ConcreteACI
234R-96 (Reapproved 2000)
Specifications for Structural ConcreteACI 301-99
Guide for Concrete Floor and Slab ConstructionACI
302.1R-96
Standard Specification for Cast-in-Place Architectural
ConcreteACI 303.1-97
Guide for Measuring, Mixing, Transporting, and
Placing ConcreteACI 304R-00
Guide for the Use of Preplaced Aggregate Concrete
for Structural and Mass Concrete ApplicationsACI
304.1R-92 (Reapproved 1997)
Placing Concrete by Pumping MethodsACI 304.2R-96
Heavyweight Concrete: Measuring, Mixing,
Transporting, and PlacingACI 304.3R-96
Batching, Mixing, and Job Control of Lightweight
ConcreteACI 304.5R-91 (Reapproved 1997)
Guide for the Use of Volumetric-Measuring and
Continuous-Mixing Concrete EquipmentACI 304.6R-91
(Reapproved 1997)
Hot Weather ConcretingACI 305R-99
Cold Weather ConcretingACI 306R-88 (Reapproved 1997)
Standard Specification for Cold Weather Concreting
ACI 306.1-90 (Reapproved 1998)
Design and Construction of Reinforced Concrete
ChimneysACI 307-98
Commentary on Design and Construction of
Reinforced Concrete ChimneysACI 307R-98
Guide to Curing ConcreteACI 308R-01
Standard Specification for Curing ConcreteACI 308.1-98
Guide for Consolidation of ConcreteACI 309R-96
Behavior of Fresh Concrete During VibrationACI
309.1R-93 (Reapproved 1998)
Identification and Control of Visible Effects of
Consolidation on Formed Concrete SurfacesACI
309.2R-98
Guide to Consolidation of Concrete in Congested
AreasACI 309.3R-92 (Reapproved 1997)
Compaction of Roller-Compacted ConcreteACI
309.5R-00
Guide for Concrete InspectionACI 311.4R-00
Guide for Concrete Plant Inspection and Field Testing
of Ready-Mixed ConcreteACI 311.5R-97
Standard Practice for Design and Construction of
Concrete Silos and Stacking Tubes for Storing
Granular MaterialsACI 313-97
Commentary on Standard Practice for Design and
Construction of Concrete Silos and Stacking Tubes
for Storing Granular MaterialsACI 313R-97

Details and Detailing of Concrete ReinforcementACI


315-99
Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete
and CommentaryACI 318/318R-02
Guide for Design of Foundations and Shoulders for
Concrete PavementsACI 325.3R-85 (Revised 1987)
Texturing Concrete PavementsACI 325.6R-88
(Reapproved 1997)
Guide for Construction of Concrete Pavements and
Concrete BasesACI 325.9R-91(formerly 316R)
(Reapproved 1997)
Report on Roller-Compacted Concrete Pavements
ACI 325.10R-95 (Reapproved 2001)
Accelerated Techniques for Concrete Paving
ACI 325.11R-01
Guide for Design and Construction of Concrete
Parking LotsACI 330R-01
Standard Specification for Plain Concrete Parking
LotsACI 330.1-94
Guide to Residential Cast-in-Place Concrete
ConstructionACI 332R-84 (Reapproved 1999)
Concrete Shell Structures Practice and Commentary
ACI 334.1R-92 (Reapproved 1997)
Specification for the Construction of Drilled Piers
ACI 336.1-01
Suggested Analysis and Design Procedures for
Combined Footings and MatsACI 336.2R-88
(Reapproved 1993)
Design and Construction of Drilled PiersACI 336.3R-93
(Reapproved 1998)
Seismic Analysis and Design of Concrete Bridge
SystemsACI 341.2R-97
Analysis and Design of Reinforced Concrete Bridge
StructuresACI 343R-95

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Guide for Concrete Highway Bridge Deck


ConstructionACI 345R-91 (Reapproved 1997)
Routine Maintenance of Concrete BridgesACI
345.1R-92 (Reapproved 1997)
Guide for Widening Highway BridgesACI 345.2R-98
Specifications for Cast-in-Place Concrete Pipe
ACI 346-01
Guide to Formwork for ConcreteACI 347-01
Code Requirements for Nuclear Safety Related
Concrete StructuresACI 349-01
Commentary on Code Requirements for Nuclear
Safety Related Concrete StructuresACI 349R-01
Reinforced Concrete Design for Thermal Effects on
Nuclear Power Plant StructuresACI 349.1R 91
(Reapproved 2000)
Embedment Design ExamplesACI 349.2R-97
Evaluation of Existing Nuclear Safety-Related
Concrete StructuresACI 349.3R-96
Code Requirements for Environmental Engineering
Concrete Structures and CommentaryACI 350/350R-01
Tightness Testing of Environmental Engineering
Concrete Structures and CommentaryACI 350.1/
350.1R-01
Concrete Structures for Containment of Hazardous
MaterialsACI 350.2R-97
Seismic Design Guide for Liquid-Containing Concrete
Structures and CommentaryACI 350.3/350.3R-01
Grouting between Foundations and Bases for Support
of Equipment and MachineryACI 351.1R-99
Foundations for Static EquipmentACI 351.2R-94
(Reapproved 1999)
Recommendations for Design of Beam-Column Joints
in Monolithic Reinforced Concrete StructuresACI
352R-91 (Reapproved 1997)
Recommendations for Design of Slab-Column
Connections in Monolithic Reinforced Concrete
StructuresACI 352.1R-89 (Reapproved 1997)
State-of-the-Art Report on Anchorage to Concrete
ACI 355.1R-91 (Reapproved 1997)
Evaluating the Performance of Post-Installed
Mechanical Anchors in Concrete and Commentary
ACI 355.2/355.2R-01

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Guide for the Design and Construction of Fixed Offshore


Concrete StructuresACI 357R-84 (Reapproved 1997)
State-of-the-Art Report on Offshore Concrete Structures
for the ArcticACI 357.1R-91 (Reapproved 1997) (Abstract)
State-of-the-Art Report on Barge-Like Concrete
StructuresACI 357.2R-88 (Reapproved 1997) (Abstract)
Analysis and Design of Reinforced and PrestressedConcrete Guideway StructuresACI 358.1R-92
Design of Slabs on GradeACI 360R-92 (Reapproved 1997)
Guide for the Design of Durable Parking Structures
ACI 362.1R-97
Guide for Structural Maintenance of Parking
StructuresACI 362.2R-00
State-of-the-Art Report on High-Strength Concrete
ACI 363R-92 (Reapproved 1997)
Guide to Quality Control and Testing of High-Strength
ConcreteACI 363.2R-98
Guide for Evaluation of Concrete Structures Prior to
RehabilitationACI 364.1R-94 (Reapproved 1999)
Service-Life PredictionState-of-the-Art Report
ACI 365.1R-00
Guide for the Analysis, Design, and Construction of
Concrete-Pedestal Water TowersACI 371R-98
Design and Construction of Circular Wire- and StrandWrapped Prestressed Concrete StructuresACI 372R-00
Design and Construction of Circular Prestressed
Concrete Structures with Circumferential Tendons
ACI 373R-97
State-of-the-Art Report: Bond under Cyclic LoadsACI
408.2R-92 (Reapproved 1999)
Splice and Development Length of High Relative Rib
Area Reinforcing Bars in TensionACI 408.3-01
Shear Reinforcement for SlabsACI 421.1R-99
Recommendations for Concrete Members Prestressed
with Unbonded TendonsACI 423.3R-96
Corrosion and Repair of Unbonded Single Strand
TendonsACI 423.4R-98
State-of-the-Art Report on Partially Prestressed
ConcreteACI 423.5R-99
Specification for Unbonded Single Strand Tendons
ACI 423.6/423.6R-01
Control of Deflection in Concrete StructuresACI
435R-95 (Reapproved 2000)
State-of-the-Art Report on Temperature-Induced
Deflections of Reinforced Concrete MembersACI
435.7R-85 (Reapproved 1997)
Strength Evaluation of Existing Concrete Buildings
ACI 437R-91 (Reapproved 1997)
Mechanical Connections of Reinforcing Bars
ACI 439.3R-91 (Reapproved 1999)
State-of-the-Art Report on Fiber Reinforced Plastic (FRP)
Reinforcement for Concrete StructuresACI 440R-96
Guide for the Design and Construction of Concrete
Reinforced with FRP BarsACI 440.1R-01
High-Strength Concrete Columns: State of the Art
ACI 441R-96
State-of-the-Art Report on Recent Code Approaches
to Shear Design of Structural ConcreteACI 445R-99
Finite Element Analysis of Fracture in Concrete
Structures: State-of-the-ArtACI 446.3R-97
Use of Epoxy Compounds with ConcreteACI 503R-93
(Reapproved 1998)
Standard Specifications for Bonding Hardened
Concrete, Steel, Wood, Brick, and Other Materials to
Hardened Concrete with a Multi-Component Epoxy
AdhesiveACI 503.1-92 (Reapproved 1997)
Standard Specification for Bonding Plastic Concrete
to Hardened Concrete with a Multi-Component Epoxy
AdhesiveACI 503.2-92 (Reapproved 1997)
Standard Specification for Producing a Skid-Resistant
Surface on Concrete by the Use of a Multi-Component
Epoxy SystemACI 503.3-92 (Reapproved 1997)
Standard Specification for Repairing Concrete with
Epoxy MortarsACI 503.4-92 (Reapproved 1997)
Guide for the Selection of Polymer Adhesives with
ConcreteACI 503.5R-92 (Reapproved 1997)
Guide for the Application of Epoxy and Latex
Adhesives for Bonding Freshly Mixed and Hardened
ConcretesACI 503.6R-97

Guide to Sealing Joints in Concrete StructuresACI


504R-90 (Reapproved 1997)
Guide to ShotcreteACI 506R-90 (Reapproved 1995)
Committee Report on Fiber Reinforced ShotcreteACI
506.1R-98
Specification for ShotcreteACI 506.2-95
Guide for the Evaluation of ShotcreteACI 506.4R-94
Guide for Precast Cellular Concrete Floor, Roof, and
Wall UnitsACI 523.2R-96
Guide to Portland Cement PlasteringACI 524R-93
Building Code Requirements for Masonry Structures
ACI 530-99/ASCE 5-99/TMS 402-99
Commentary on Building Code Requirements for
Masonry StructuresACI 530R-99/ASCE 5-99/TMS 402-99
Specification for Masonry StructuresACI 530.1-99/
ASCE 6-99/TMS 602-99
Commentary on Specification for Masonry
StructuresACI 530.1R-99/ASCE 6-99/TMS 602-99
Guide for Precast Concrete Wall PanelsACI 533R-93
Design, Manufacture, and Installation of Concrete
PilesACI 543R-00
State-of-the-Art Report on Fiber Reinforced Concrete
ACI 544.1R-96
Measurement of Properties of Fiber Reinforced
ConcreteACI 544.2R-89 (Reapproved 1999)
Guide for Specifying, Proportioning, Mixing, Placing,
and Finishing Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete
ACI 544.3R-93 (Reapproved 1998)
Design Considerations for Steel Fiber Reinforced
ConcreteACI 544.4R-88 (Reapproved 1999)
Concrete Repair GuideACI 546R-96 (Reapproved 2001)
Guide for Repair of Concrete Bridge Superstructures
ACI 546.1R-80 (Reapproved 1997)
Guide to Underwater Repair of ConcreteACI 546.2R-98
Refractory Concrete: Abstract of State-of-the-Art
ReportACI 547R-79 (Revised 1983) (Reapproved 1997)
State-of-the-Art Report: Refractory Plastics and
Ramming MixesACI 547.1R-89 (Reapproved 1997)
Guide for the Use of Polymers in Concrete
ACI 548.1R-97
Guide for Mixing and Placing Sulfur Concrete in
ConstructionACI 548.2R-93 (Reapproved 1998)
Standard Specification for Latex-Modified Concrete
(LMC) OverlaysACI 548.4-93 (Reapproved 1998)
Guide for Polymer Concrete OverlaysACI 548.5R-94
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State-of-the-Art Report on FerrocementACI 549R-97
Guide for the Design, Construction, and Repair of
FerrocementACI 549.1R-93 (Reapproved 1999)
Design Recommendations for Precast Concrete
StructuresACI 550R-96 (Reapproved 2000)
Emulating Cast-in-Place Design in Precast Concrete
StructuresACI 550.1R-01
Tilt-Up Concrete StructuresACI 551R-92
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Removal and Reuse of Hardened ConcreteACI 555R-01
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MASONRY  MASS CONCRETE

MASONRY (CONT.)
See also PLASTERING

Concrete Masonry Design Tables


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Mortar, How to Specify and Use


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ACI Seminar 530-99 Structural Masonry


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The new International Building Code (IBC), which replaces all other
model building codes has adopted the 530-99 Code by reference.
See pages 31-33 for details.

ACI Seminar How to Design Masonry


Structures
One and one half-day seminar for design professionals (cosponsored with The Masonry Society).
Learn to design masonry structures using the 3rd edition of the
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MASS CONCRETE
See also HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES

Mass Concrete
ACI Committee 207, technical committee document 207.1R-96,
1997, 42 pp., also in MCP-1 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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This report contains a history of the development of mass
concrete practice and discussion of materials, concrete mix
proportioning, properties, construction methods and equipment,
and thermal behavior of mass concrete.

Effect of Restraint, Volume Change,


and Reinforcement on Cracking of
Mass Concrete
ACI Committee 207, technical committee document 207.2R-95,
1995, 26 pp., also in MCP-1 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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This document discusses the effects of heat generation and
volume change on the design and behavior of reinforced mass
concrete elements and structures. Particular emphasis is placed
on the effects of restraint on cracking and the effects of controlled
placing temperatures, concrete strength requirements, and type
and fineness of cement on volume change.

Practices for Evaluation of Concrete


in Existing Massive Structures for
Service Conditions
ACI Committee 207, technical committee document 207.3R-94,
1994, 16 pp., also in MCP-1 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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Methods available for evaluating physical properties of concrete
in existing structures to determine the capability of performing
satisfactorily under service conditions are identified and discussed
in this publication. The report recommends project design, operation
and maintenance records, and in-service inspections data to be
reviewed. Methods of making condition surveys and nondestructive
tests are reviewed and methods for evaluation of test and survey
data are presented.

Cooling and Insulating Systems for


Mass Concrete
ACI Committee 207, technical committee document 207.4R-93,
1993 (Reapproved 1998), 22 pp., also in MCP-1 and the MCP
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The need for control of volume change in mass concrete induced
primarily by temperature change has led to the development of
cooling and insulating systems for use in mass concrete construction.

Roller-Compacted Mass Concrete


ACI Committee 207, technical committee document 207.5R-99,
1999, 47 pp., also in MCP-1 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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Roller-compacted concrete (RCC) represents a new concept
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and compacted utilizing earth and rock fill construction equipment.
Properties of hardened RCC have been found to be the same as
conventional concrete with the same water-cement ratio. Mixture
proportioning, physical properties, mixing, transporting, placing,
consolidating, curing, protection, and design and construction of
gravity sections with RCC are discussed.

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MATERIALS

MATERIALS
See also AGGREGATES, CEMENT, and ADMIXTURES

Guide to a Recommended Format for the


Identification of Concrete in a Materials
Property Database
ACI Committee 126, technical committee document 126.1R-97,
1997, 17 pp.
Order Code: 126197.CT02
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This guide is intended for use by those responsible for entering
data into a concrete materials property database. The organization
and structure presented in this guide provide an extensive
framework for cross-referencing concrete materials properly and
processing data.

Guide to a Recommended Format for


Concrete in a Materials Property Database
ACI Committee 126, technical committee document 126.3R-99,
1999, 50 pp., also in MCP-1 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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The purpose of this guide is to facilitate efficient storage and
retrieval of information about concrete and its constituents with a
computer and allow meaningful comparison of data from different
sources. It is intended for use by those responsible for planning
and maintaining data into a concrete materials property database
as well as those who enter data.
ACI Committee 126 developed this guide to be consistent with
the principles of ASTM Committee E49, Computerization of Material
and Chemical Property Data.

Materials Science of Concrete Series


The American Ceramic Society
The Materials Science of Concrete Series aims to bridge the
gap between the research world and the practical applications of
concrete as a material. These books primarily serves the
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Strength and Related Properties


of Concrete
By: S. Popovics. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, 1997, 324 pp.
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Properties of Concrete
By: A. Neville. Publisher: Longman.
1995, 844 pp.
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Concrete Primer (Fourth Edition)

ACI Seminar Practical Concrete Materials

Special Publication 1, 1987, 96 pp.


By: F.R. McMillan and Lewis H. Tuthill.
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This primer develops, in simple terms, the principles governing
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This 1-day seminar covers the quality material selection and


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Properties of Concrete at Early Ages


Special Publication 95, 1986, 210 pp.
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The early age history of concrete is crucial in determining how
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MIXTURE PROPORTIONING

MIXTURE PROPORTIONING
See also MATERIALS and MASS CONCRETE

Standard Practice for Selecting


Proportions for Normal, Heavyweight
and Mass Concrete
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This publication describes methods for selecting and adjusting
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The proportioning of heavyweight concrete for such purposes as
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Proportioning and Handling Concrete


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Intended as a supplement to Recommended Practice for Selecting


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This guide presents a generally applicable method for selecting
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Standard Practice for Selecting Proportions


for Structural Lightweight Concrete

ACI Committee 211, technical committee document 211.5R-01,


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This publication describes, with examples, two methods for
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volumes, and adjustments to compensate for changes in aggregate
moisture content, aggregate proportions, cement content, slump
and/or air content.

Guide for Selecting Proportions for


No-Slump Concrete

Guide for Submittal


of Concrete Proportions
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MIXTURE PROPORTIONING
(CONT.)
See also MATERIALS and MASS CONCRETE

Concrete Mixtures
Compilation 12, 1990, 64 pp.
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The 14 reports in this compilation cover topics including the
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concrete, premixed cement paste, and interpreting the slump test.

Proportioning Concrete Mixtures


Seminar Course Manual 26, 1992, 107 pp.
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211.1-91) is included. Bound as a spiral book, this publication is
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Engineered Concrete
Mix Design and Test Methods
By: I. Kett. Publisher: CRC Press LLC, 1999, 256 pp.
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Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures


Published by: Portland Cement Association, 2002, 342 pp.
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ACI Seminar Practical Concrete Materials


This 1-day seminar covers the quality material selection and
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slag, fly ash, silica fume, blended cements, aggregates, chemical
admixtures, testing procedures for the proper evaluation of test results,
and what to do when test results are unacceptable. See pages 31-33
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NONDESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION
See also TESTING and EVALUATION

In-Place Methods to Estimate


Concrete Strength
ACI Committee 228, technical committee document 228.1R-95,
1995, 41 pp., also in MCP-2 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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The methods covered in this publication include the rebound
hammer, probe penetration, pullout, ultrasonic pulse velocity,
maturity, and cast-in-place cylinder. The underlying principles and
inherent limitations of each method are also discussed.
Repeatability of test results is reviewed, and recommendations
are given for developing the correlation relationship for each
test method. Recommendations are given for the number of
tests, and statistical techniques for the interpretation of test
results are described.

Nondestructive Test Methods for


Evaluation of Concrete in Structures
ACI Committee 228, technical committee document 228.2R-98,
1998, 62 pp., also in MCP-2 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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This report provides general information to individuals faced
with the task of evaluating the condition of a concrete structure
and are considering the applicability of nondestructive test
methods to aid in that evaluation.

Innovations in Nondestructive Testing


of Concrete
Special Publication 168, 1997, 360 pp., 16 papers.
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New developments in the area of nondestructive testing
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Nondestructive Testing of Concrete


Special Publication 112, 1988, 224 pp.
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This Special Publication provides information on the
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in the field of concrete.

NOTATION
See also DEFINITIONS

Preparation of Notation for Concrete


ACI Committee 104, technical committee document 104-71,
1971 (Revised 1982) (Reapproved 1997), 12 pp., also in MCP1 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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This publication indicates how symbols shall be selected to
represent quantities or terms in the structural design of concrete.

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NUCLEAR PARKING LOTS 

NUCLEAR
See also CODES

Code Requirements for Nuclear Safety


Related Concrete Structures
and Commentary
NEW!
ACI Committee 349, technical committee document 349-01
and commentary 349R-01, 2001, 134 pp., also in MCP-4 and
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These code requirements cover the proper design and
construction of concrete structures that form part of a nuclear power
plant and have nuclear safety related functions. They apply to
structures inside and outside the containment system, but dont
cover concrete reactor vessels and concrete containment
structures as defined by ACI-ASME Committee 359. The code
requirements are based on Building Code Requirements for
Structural Concrete (ACI 318-95), except for Chapter 12, which is
based on ACI 318-99.

Reinforced Concrete Design for Thermal


Effects on Nuclear Power Plant Structures
ACI Committee 349, technical committee document 349.1R-91,
1991 (Reapproved 2000), 30 pp., also in MCP-4 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
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This report presents a design-oriented approach for considering
thermal loads on reinforced concrete structures.

Evaluation of Existing Nuclear SafetyRelated Concrete Structures


ACI Committee 349, technical committee document 349.3R-96,
1996, 19 pp., also in MCP-4 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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This report recommends guidelines for the evaluation of existing
nuclear safety-related concrete structures.

Code for Concrete Reactor Vessels


and Containments
Joint ACI-ASME Committee 359, 1998, 8-1/2 x 11 in. format.
This publication constitutes the requirements for the design,
construction, and use of concrete reactor vessels and concrete
containment structures for nuclear power plants.
Available from: American Society of Mechanical Engineers,
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Concrete and Grout in Nuclear and


Hazardous Waste Disposal
Special Publication 158, 1996, 135 pp.
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This Special Publication of six papers provides a wealth of
information for the design and analysis of structures used in lowlevel radioactive waste disposal facilities. This volume also gives
guidelines on the performance and use of concrete for sealing
high-level nuclear waste disposal facilities.

PARKING LOTS
See also SLABS and PAVEMENTS

Guide for Design and Construction of


Concrete Parking Lots
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REVISED!
ACI Committee 330, technical committee document 330R-01,
32 pp., also in MCP-3 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 033001.CT02
$44.50 (ACI members $26.00)
Properly designed and built concrete parking lots offer lifecycle cost advantages over other paving materials. ACI 330R-01,
Guide for Design and Construction of Concrete Parking Lots,
includes guidance on site investigation, slab thickness
determination, design of joints and other details, paving operations,
and quality-assurance procedures during construction. The guide
also discusses inspection and testing of concrete parking lots,
and repair and maintenance.

Standard Specification for Plain Concrete


Parking Lots
ACI Committee 330, technical committee document 330.1-94,
1994, 7 pp., also in MCP-3 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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This Specification covers minimum requirements for the
construction of plain concrete parking lots on grade. For more
information, call (248) 848-3800 or visit www.aci-int.org.

Concrete Site Paving


Seminar Course Manual 28, 2001, 178 pp.
Order Code: SC2801.CT02
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$48.50 (ACI members $37.00)
This compilation of background material from ACI concrete site
paving seminars includes up-to-date information on designing
and constructing parking lots, hot and cold weather concreting,
joints in concrete pavements, slab surface defects, and heavy
industrial concrete paving. For information, see pages 31-33.

ACI Seminar Concrete Parking Lots


and Site Paving
This 1-day seminar covers how to design, specify, and construct
economical and long-lasting concrete parking lots and site
elements, such as driveways, truck lanes, sidewalks, curbs, gutters,
and architectural concrete. See pages 31-33 for detailed
information about cities and dates offered in 2002, or visit
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PARKING STRUCTURES  PAVEMENTS

PARKING STRUCTURES
See also DURABILITY

Guide for the Design of Durable


Parking Structures
ACI Committee 362, technical committee document 362.1R-97,
1997, 40 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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$52.50 (ACI members $31.00)
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This guide is a summary of practical information regarding the design
of durable parking structures. It also includes information about design
issues related to parking structure construction and maintenance.

Guide for Structural Maintenance


of Parking Structures
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ACI Committee 362, technical committee document 362.2R-00,


2000, 15 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 362200.CT02
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PDF available
This guide assists parking structure owners, operators, and the
consultants who advise them in developing preventive maintenance
programs for parking structures. It presents typical maintenance
concerns and suggests ways of addressing them.

How to Design, Build, and Maintain


Concrete Parking Structures
Seminar Background Material 39, 1991, 263 pp.
Order Code: SBM391.CT02
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Durability must be designed into a concrete parking structure
to avoid the many serious problems that can plague this type of
structure. This assembly of reports and articles on parking structures
and durability is divided into design, material, construction, and
maintenance considerations.

PAVEMENTS
See also SLABS

Guide for Design of Foundations and


Shoulders for Concrete Pavements
ACI Committee 325, technical committee document 325.3R-85,
(Revised 1987), 8 pp., also in MCP-3 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 325387.CT02
$18.50 (ACI members $11.00)
PDF available
In this guide, methods are suggested for material selection,
moisture control, and compaction or treatment of soils and materials
to assure volume stability and uniform support for concrete pavements.
Various environments are considered and appropriate methods of
upgrade preparation are outlined. Base and subbase functions are
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Design of Continuously Reinforced


Pavement for Airports
ACI Committee 325, technical committee document
325.5R-90, 1990, 12 pp.
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This committee report provides design procedures for
continuously reinforced concrete pavement for airports. A method
is presented to compute slab thickness and reinforcing
requirements. Reinforcement detailing and special treatments for
pavement ends are discussed.

Texturing Concrete Pavements


ACI Committee 325, technical committee document 325.6R-88,
1988 (Reapproved 1997), 10 pp., also in MCP-3 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
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This document deals with the issue of pavement texture and is
directed toward new construction and to modifying existing
concrete pavements for increased public safety. Texture in
pavements improves skid resistance that assists in stopping
vehicles without loss of control.

Recommendations for Designing


Prestressed Concrete Pavements
ACI Committee 325, technical committee document 325.7R-88,
1988, 21 pp.
Order Code: 3325788.CT02
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This report analyzes the factors influencing the design of
prestressed concrete pavements and recommends methods for
their layout and structural analysis.

Guide for Construction of Concrete


Pavements and Concrete Bases
ACI Committee 325, technical committee document 325.9R-91,
formerly 316R, 1991 (Reapproved 1997), 27 pp., also in MCP-3
and the MCP CD-ROM.
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This recommended practice covers the construction of concrete
pavements and bases. Specific sections deal with specifying,
sampling, and testing materials. Recommendations for forms and
slip-forming are included. Joints are also discussed, as well as
recommendations for hot/cold-weather concreting.

Report on Roller-Compacted
Concrete Pavements
ACI Committee 325, technical committee document
325.10R-95, 1995 (Reapproved 2001), 32 pp., also in
MCP-3 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 325105.CT02
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PAVEMENTS PERIODICALS

PAVEMENTS (CONT.)
See also SLABS

Accelerated Techniques
for Concrete Paving
NEW!
ACI Committee 325, technical committee document 325.11R-01,
18 pp., also in MCP-3 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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Fast-track concrete paving helps contractors improve profits
with time-of-completion incentives. It also helps public agencies
combat increasing public impatience with traffic interruptions during
pavement repair or replacement. But successful use of this powerful
technology requires agencies and contractors to change traditional
construction specifications and processes.
Accelerated Techniques for Concrete Paving describes the
needed changes and also applications for roadways, airfields,
and other pavements. Youll get recommendations for planning,
concrete materials and properties, jointing and joint sealing, curing
and temperature control, concrete strength testing, and opening
the pavement to traffic. An appendix gives flexural strength
requirements for opening to traffic. These requirements vary with
pavement class (municipal or highway), foundation support value,
and expected loading, expressed as equivalent single-axle loads.
With the new accelerated techniques, concrete pavements can
be opened to traffic in 12 to 48 hours, while traditional techniques
require waits of 5 to 14 days. This fast-track approach allows
transportation officials to complete projects that under normal time
frames would simply not be feasible.

Recent Developments in the Design and


Specification of Concrete Pavement Systems
Special Publication 181, 1998, 137 pp.
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The six papers in this Special Publication address many different
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for design purposes, characterization of concrete strength based
on fracture properties, and others.

Concrete Pavements
Compilation 30, 1995, 76 pp.
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This compilation of 14 Concrete International magazine articles
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pavements; quality workmanship in rapid repair of concrete
pavements; strength and durability of rapid highway repair concretes;
cracking in soil cement causes, effect, control; performance of
bonded concrete overlays on continuously reinforced concrete
pavements; durability of pavement repairs: a field experiment; and
abrasion resistance of high-strength concrete pavements.

Roller-Compacted Concrete Pavement


Compilation 8, 1987, 55 pp.
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Lower costs and the ability to withstand high loads without
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area of concrete construction, covering topics such as heavy-duty
pavements, mixing of roller-compacted concrete, aggregate
gradation for RCC pavement, and placing techniques for rollercompacted concrete.

Concrete Site Paving


Seminar Course Manual 28, 2001, 178 pp.
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industrial concrete paving.

ACI Seminar Concrete Parking Lots


and Site Paving
This 1-day seminar covers how to design, specify, and construct
economical and long-lasting concrete parking lots and site
elements, such as driveways, truck lanes, sidewalks, curbs, gutters,
and architectural concrete. See pages 31-33 for detailed
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PERIODICALS
Concrete International
Monthly periodical ISSN 0162-4075
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Concrete International contains timely reports on construction,
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and design aids, testing and inspection, business management,
state-of-the-art reviews, and problem solving in the areas of
concrete design and construction.
General news is also highlighted involving ACI activities and
members, industry news, and announcements of ACI policy
changes. The thrust of the magazine is practical in content and
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PERIODICALS  PIPES PLACING

PERIODICALS (CONT.)

PLACING
See also CONSOLIDATION and CURING

ACI Structural Journal


Bimonthly periodical ISSN 0889-3241
Order Code: 0000SJ.CT02

Guide for Measuring, Mixing,


Transporting, and Placing Concrete

ACI Materials Journal

ACI Committee 304, technical committee document 304R-00,


2000, 41 pp., also in MCP-2 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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batching of all materials used in making normal weight,
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and concrete placement using buckets, buggies, pumps, and
conveyors. Also covered are underwater placement and
preplaced aggregate concretes. Achieving quality control in
completed structures is also addressed.

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Edited for professional and technical personnel in engineering,
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PIPES
Specification for Cast-in-Place
Concrete Pipe
REVISED!
ACI Committee 346, technical committee document 346-01,
5 pp., also in MCP-4 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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ACI 346-01, Specification for Cast-in-Place Concrete Pipe,
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to 120 in. (305 mm).

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Guide for the Use of Preplaced


Aggregate Concrete for Structural and
Mass Concrete Applications
ACI Committee 304, technical committee document 304.1R-92,
1992 (Reapproved 1997), 19 pp., also in MCP-2 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
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This guide describes practices developed over many years in
the successful use of the method; gives reasons for material
requirements that are different from those usually specified for
ordinary concrete; and provides information on equipment, forms,
aggregate handling, and grouting procedures.

Placing Concrete by Pumping Methods


ACI Committee 304, technical committee document 304.2R-96,
1996, 25 pp., also in MCP-2 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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This report describes pumps for transporting and placing
structural concrete. Rigid and flexible pipelines are discussed, as
well as couplings and other accessories. This report does not cover
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PLACING  PLASTERING POLYMER CONCRETE

PLACING (CONT.)
See also CONSOLIDATION and CURING

Heavyweight Concrete: Measuring,


Mixing, Transporting, and Placing
ACI Committee 304, technical committee document 304.3R-96,
1997, 8 pp., also in MCP-2 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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This report presents recommended methods and procedures
for measuring, mixing, transporting, and placing heavyweight
concretes that are used principally for radiation shielding in nuclear
construction. Material properties and mixture proportioning are
also discussed.

Placing Concrete with Belt Conveyors


ACI Committee 304, technical committee document 304.4R-95,
1995, 15 pp.
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This report includes a short history of the development of
conveyor belts for transporting and placing concrete. The design
of conveyor systems is discussed in relation to the properties of
the plastic concrete, the delivery rate, and the job specifications.
Belt widths, speeds, and angles of inclinations are considered.

Batching, Mixing, and Job Control of


Lightweight Concrete
ACI Committee 304, technical committee document 304.5R-91,
1991 (Reapproved 1997), 9 pp., also in MCP-2 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
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This report covers many of the practical aspects of batching
lightweight aggregate concrete and includes comments on mixing
and job control. Procedures for batching are also covered in detail.

Guide for the Use of VolumetricMeasuring and Continuous-Mixing


Concrete Equipment
ACI Committee 304, technical committee document 304.6R-91,
1991 (Reapproved 1997), 14 pp., also in MCP-2 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
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This guide includes a short history of, and information on, the
basic design and operation of equipment used to produce concrete
by volumetric measurement and continuous mixing (VMCM),
frequently called mobile mixers. Definitions, applications, and
quality assurance testing are discussed.

Pumping Concrete Techniques


and Applications
By: R. A. Crepas. Publisher: Crepas & Associates, 1997, 3rd
Edition, 276 pp.
Order Code: 0000PC.CT02
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Batching, Mixing and Transportation of


Ready-Mixed Concrete
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PLASTERING
See also MASONRY

Guide to Portland Cement Plastering


ACI Committee 524, technical committee document 524R-93,
1993, 28 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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In this guide, recommendations for producing good portland
cement-based plaster are described.

POLYMER CONCRETE
See also EPOXIES

Guide for the Use of Polymers in Concrete


ACI Committee 548, technical committee document 548.1R-97,
1997, 29 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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This guide provides the user with the fundamental background
needed to apply the technology of polymers in concrete to a variety
of engineering problems and applications. The guides format
provides ease of modification and updating as polymer technology
continues to develop. It is written in four basic sections to address
polymer-impregnated concrete (PIC); polymer concrete (PC);
polymer-portland-cement concrete (PPCC), which is now called
polymer-modified concrete (PMC); and safety.

Guide for Mixing and Placing Sulfur


Concrete in Construction
ACI Committee 548, technical committee document 548.2R-93,
1993 (Reapproved 1998), 12 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
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This guide includes information on the historical background of
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POLYMER CONCRETE

POLYMER CONCRETE (CONT.)


See also EPOXIES

State-of-the-Art Report on
Polymer-Modified Concrete
ACI Committee 548, technical committee document 548.3R-95,
1995, 47 pp.
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Dispersant of polymers and water have been in use for many
years as admixtures to portland cement mortar and concrete. These
dispersants are commonly called latexes. The proper ty
improvements from this family of admixtures includes increased
bond strength, reduced permeability, increased resistance to
freezing and thawing, and increased flexural strength. Applications
of these materials include tile adhesive and grout, floor leveling,
concrete patching, and bridge deck overlays.

Standard Specification for LatexModified Concrete (LMC) Overlays


ACI Committee 548, technical committee document 548.4-93,
1993 (Reapproved 1998), 6 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
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This Specification covers styrene butadiene latex-modified
concrete as an overlay on concrete bridge decks; it applies to both
new construction and rehabilitation of existing decks. It includes
certification requirements of the latex products, storage, handling,
surface preparation, mixing, application, and limitations.

Guide for Polymer Concrete Overlays


ACI Committee 548, technical committee document 548.5R-94,
1994 (Reapproved 1998), 26 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
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This guide provides an overview of thin (less than 1 in. thick)
polymer concrete (PC) overlays for concrete and steel substrates.
Emphasis is placed on their use in the transportation sector,
specifically for bridge decks and parking garages. Surface
preparation, application, evaluation, maintenance, and safety
aspects are included.

Polymer Concrete Structural Applications:


State-of-the-Art Report
ACI Committee, technical committee document 548.6R-96,
1996, 23 pp.
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This state-of-the-art report covers applications of polymer
concrete (PC) and includes wall panels to carry wind and seismic
loads, underground vaults that must resist lateral earth pressure,
vault and utility box covers required to resist vehicle loads, machine
tool components subject to a wide range of loadings, and railroad
ties to resist static and dynamic rail loads.

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In-Place Performance of Polymer


Concrete Overlays
Special Publication 169, 1997, 202 pp.
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This Special Publication includes 11 papers and provides
information on when to use polymer concrete overlays, how to place
the overlay, and equipment needed for successful placement.

Properties and Uses of Polymers


in Concrete
Special Publication 166, 1996, 274 pp.
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This Special Publication contains papers that were presented
at the 10th and 11th symposia held in Minneapolis, Minn., and
Tarpon Springs, Fla. There were four sessions: Polymer Concrete
Overlays, Recent Innovations in Polymer Concrete Technology,
and Structural Properties of Polymer Concrete, Parts I and II.

Polymer Concrete
Special Publication 137, 1993, 136 pp.
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In recent years, polymers have been used increasingly in
concrete applications for repairs, bridge deck and floor overlays,
precast products, and structural members. This Special Publication
contains seven papers dealing with polymer concrete use in a
variety of applications.

Polymers in Concrete:
Advances and Applications
Special Publication 116, 1989, 224 pp.
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This Special Publication, a collection of 12 symposium papers,
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performance of overlays on bridge decks, electrically conductive
polymer concrete, and future trends in polymer concrete.

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POLYMER CONCRETE POZZOLANS

POLYMER CONCRETE (CONT.)


See also EPOXIES

Polymer Modified Concrete


Special Publication 99, 1987, 220 pp.
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A collection of 11 papers, this Special Publication deals with the
various effects of polymers in concrete and provides an extensive
reference section. Filled with illustrations, photos, and graphs, this
publication will provide in-depth answers to many of your questions.

Polymer Concrete:
Uses, Materials and Properties
Special Publication 89, 1985, 352 pp.
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A great reference source, the 17 papers included in this
Special Publication deal exclusively with polymer use in concrete.
Several papers present advances in research, development, and
uses for polymers.

Polymer Conference
Seminar Background Material 1, 1991, 457 pp.
Order Code SBM191.CT02
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Polymers are used increasingly in concrete due to the properties
they can provide. Polymer concrete is used for repairs, bridge
deck and floor overlays, precast products, and structural members.
The North American Workshop of the International Congress on
Polymers in Concrete (September 25-27, 1992) covered all of
these subjects in depth.

POZZOLANS
See also FLY ASH, SLAG, SILICA FUME, CEMENT, and
ADMIXTURES

Use of Raw or Processed Natural


Pozzolans in Concrete
ACI Committee 232, technical committee document 232.1R-00,
24 pp., also in MCP-2 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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Natural pozzolans are used with portland cement for economy
and beneficial modification of certain properties of fresh and
hardened portland cement concrete. Use of Raw or Processed
Natural Pozzolans in Concrete (ACI 232.1R-00) provides a review
of the current use of raw or processed natural pozzolans in concrete
and an overview of the properties of natural pozzolans and their
proper use in the production of hydraulic-cement concrete. This
report also provides information and recommendations for the
selection and use of natural pozzolans generally conforming to
the applicable requirements of ASTM C 618 and CSA A23.5. Topics
covered in the report include:

_ Effect of natural pozzolans on concrete properties;


_ Discussion of quality control and quality assurance; and
_ Guidance regarding handling and use of natural
pozzolans in specific applications.

Fly Ash, Slag, Silica Fume and Other


Natural Pozzolans Proceedings, Sixth
International Conference
Special Publication 178, 1998, 2 vol., 1154 pp.
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Expanding on the topic from the three prior conferences, this
Special Publication recaps the Sixth International Conference. This
two-volume set contains 59 refereed papers from 26 countries.
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Fly Ash, Slag, Silica Fume and Other


Natural Pozzolans Proceedings, Fifth
International Conference
Special Publication 153, 1995, 2 Vol., 1207 pp.
Order Code: 0SP153.CT02
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This two-volume Special Publication of 30 papers from the Fifth
International Conference adds to the knowledge base of SP-132
and SP-114 from the Third and Fourth International Conferences,
respectively.

Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag and Natural


Pozzolans in Concrete Proceedings,
Fourth International Conference
Special Publication 132, 1992, 2 Vol., 1692 pp.
Order Code: 0SP132.CT02
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This two-volume Special Publication recaps the Fourth
International Conference and is an excellent source of information
on the use of fly ash, silica fume, slag, and natural pozzolans in
concrete. The first volume contains 45 papers dealing with fly ash
and natural pozzolans. The second volume consists of 44 papers
on condensed silica fume and ferrous and non-ferrous slags.

Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag and Natural


Pozzolans in Concrete Proceedings,
Third International Conference
Special Publication 114, 1989, 2 Vol., 1730 pp.
Order Code: 0SP114.CT02
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This two-volume set of 83 papers explores in detail how concrete
producers can conserve energy and resources while increasing
profitability. The first volume contains papers dealing with fly ash
and natural pozzolans. The second volume details the use of
condensed silica fume and ferrous and non-ferrous slags.

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POZZOLANS PRECAST CONCRETE

POZZOLANS (CONT.)
See also FLY ASH, SLAG, SILICA FUME, CEMENT, and
ADMIXTURES

Mineral Admixtures
Compilation 22, 1993, 72 pp.
Order Code: 000C22.CT02
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$40.50 (ACI members $24.00)
This compilation includes papers on properties of shrinkagecompensating silica fume concrete made with Type K cement,
high-strength silica fume concrete, long-term behavior of silica
fume concrete, using microsilica to increase concretes resistance
to aggressive chemicals, silica fume in PCC, effects of fly ash on
the properties of silica fume concrete, new mineral admixtures for
high-strength concrete, effect of microsilica on the durability of
concrete structures, rice husk ash in roller-compacted concrete,
and selected properties of high-volume fly ash concretes.

ACI Seminar Practical Concrete Materials


This 1-day seminar covers the quality material selection and
specifying of concrete and concrete materials, including cements,
slag, fly ash, silica fume, blended cements, aggregates, chemical
admixtures, testing procedures for the proper evaluation of test
results, and what to do when test results are unacceptable. See
pages 31-33 for detailed information about cities and dates offered
in 2002, or visit www.concreteseminars.com.

Fly Ash, Slag, Silica Fume


and Other Natural
Pozzolans
Proceedings, Seventh
International
Conference
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Special Publication 199, 2001, 957 pp.
Order Code: 0SP199.CT02
$115.50 (ACI members 69.00)
Conditioning coal-burning powerplant flue gases with ammonia reduces
the emission of nitrous oxide compounds. But the ammonia often
combines with available sulfur and other compounds that attach
to the fly ash. If the ammoniated fly ash is then used in concrete,
the high-pH environment causes a release of ammonia and a
strong, objectionable ammonia smell. This can make the fly ash
unmarketable. Whats the solution? Fly ash beneficiation processes
that can remove ammonia and also reduce the unburned carbon
content.
Some of the processes are described in one of the 54 papers
included in ACI SP-199, Seventh CANMET/ACI International
Conference on Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag, and Natural Pozzolans
in Concrete. Other papers deal with effects of fly ash and admixture
combinations on setting time, use of slag concrete to reduce
corrosion of reinforcement, and the role of chemical and mineral
admixtures in concrete made with recycled concrete as aggregate.

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ACI Seminar Supplementary


Cementitious Materials
This 1-day seminar will cover the use of a wide range of
supplementary cementitious materials which include various types
of fly ashes, ground granulated slag, silica fume, metakaolin, and
other natural pozzolans. The origin and nature of each material and
its effect on fresh- and hardened-concrete properties, and durability
in various aggressive environments will be discussed. The impact
on construction practices using these materials also will be reviewed.
See pages 31-33 for detailed information about cities and dates
offered in 2002 or visit www.concreteseminars.com.

PRECAST CONCRETE
See also PARKING STRUCTURES, BRIDGES, and
GUIDEWAYS

Guide for Precast Concrete Wall Panels


ACI Committee 533, technical committee document 533R-93,
1993, 56 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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$76.50 (ACI members $45.00)
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This document should be used in conjunction with the ACI 318
Building Code Requirements for Reinforced Concrete. In addition
to a discussion of the basic principles of design, tolerances and
materials, this guide also discusses fabrication, installation, quality
requirements, and testing.

Design Recommendations for Precast


Concrete Structures
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ACI Committee 550, technical committee document 550R-96
(Reapproved 2000), 8 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 055096.CT02
$18.50 (ACI members $11.00)
PDF available
In this publication, design of individual members and
connections for integration of members into structures is covered.
Aspects of detailing, handling, erection, and strength evaluation
related to design are also presented.

Precast and Prestressed Concrete


Compilation 37, 1997, 80 pp.
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Order Code: 000C37.CT02
$47.50 (ACI members $29.00)
This compilation of 16 articles from Concrete International
covers numerous topics, including precast bridge slabs, long-span
slabs, bridge decks, joint grouting, and nuclear-related facilities.

Emulating Cast-in-Place Detailing in


Precast Concrete Structures
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ACI Committee 550, technical committee document
550.1R-01, 2001, 16 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP-CD ROM.
Order Code: 550101.CT02
$26.50 (ACI members $16.00)
PDF available
This document provides engineers with a practical guide for
detailing precast concrete structures to meet building code
requirements in all seismic regions by emulating cast-in-place
reinforced concrete design. Special emphasis is placed on
detailing joints and splices between precast components.

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PRESTRESSED CONCRETE QUALITY ASSURANCE

PRESTRESSED CONCRETE
See also BRIDGES, GUIDEWAYS, PARKING STRUCTURES,
and SLABS

Recommendations for Concrete Members


Prestressed with Unbonded Tendons
Joint ACI-ASCE Committee 423, technical committee
document 423.3R-96, 1996, 19 pp., also in MCP-5 and the
MCP CD-ROM.
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$21.50 (ACI members $11.00)
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This report is a guide for the design of flexural structural members
in buildings with unbonded tendons. Suggestions are presented
for revisions and additions to the ACI 318 Building Code regarding
this subject. Consideration is given to determination of fire
endurance, design for seismic forces, and catastrophic loadings,
in addition to design for gravity and lateral loads. Recommendations
are also presented concerning details.

Corrosion and Repair of Unbonded


Single Strand Tendons
ACI Committee 423, technical committee document 423.4R-98,
1998, 19 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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This report provides general information regarding the
evaluation of corrosion damage in structures reinforced with
unbonded single strand post-tensioning tendons. The historical
development of these parts of the Building Code dealing with
durability and corrosion protection is explained. Evolution of the
types and components of unbonded tendons is also described,
as well as specific aspects of corrosion in unbonded single strand
tendons, and common problems in structures reinforced with
these tendons. Methods are also presented for repairing,
replacing, and supplementing tendons.

State-of-the-Art Report on Partially


Prestressed Concrete
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ACI Committee 423, technical committee document 423.5R-99,
1999, 37 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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Partially prestressed concrete construction uses prestressed
reinforcement or a combination of prestressed and
nonprestressed reinforcement. Partially prestressed concrete falls
between the limiting cases of conventionally reinforced concrete
and fully prestressed concrete, which allows no flexural tension
under service loads. When flexural tensile stresses are allowed
under service loads, the prestressed members have historically
been called partially prestressed. This report is presented as an
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Specification for Unbonded


Single-Strand Tendons
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ACI Committee 423, technical committee document 423.6/
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Order Code: 423601.CT02
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Specification for Unbonded Single-Strand Tendons and
Commentary (ACI 423.6/423.6R-01) is a reference specification
for unbonded single-strand tendons, and gives detailed
requirements for fabrication and installation of unbonded singlestrand tendons. Requirements are presented for tendons in nonaggressive environments and in aggressive environments.

Construction of Prestressed
Concrete Structures
By: B. Gerwick. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, 1993, 608 pp.,
hard cover.
Order Code: 00CPCS.CT02
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Prestressed Concrete:
A Fundamental Approach
By: E. Nawy. Publisher: Prentice-Hall, 1999, 3rd Edition,
938 pp., hard cover.
Order Code: PRECON.CT02
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Prestressed Concrete Structures


By: M. Collins and D. Mitchell. Publisher: Response
Publications, 1997, 752 pp., hard cover.
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QUALITY ASSURANCE
See also INSPECTION

Quality Management System for


Concrete Construction

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ACI Committee 121, technical committee document 121R-98,


1998, 9 pp., also in MCP-1 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 012198.CT02
$18.50 (ACI members $11.00)
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This document provides guidance for the development and
implementation of quality systems for concrete construction projects.

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QUALITY ASSURANCE RECYCLING REFRACTORY CONCRETE


REINFORCEMENT

QUALITY ASSURANCE (CONT.)

REFRACTORY CONCRETE

See also INSPECTION

Refractory Concrete:
Abstract of State-of-the-Art Report

Quality in Concrete Construction


Compilation 38, 1998, 60 pp.
Order Code: 000C38.CT02
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This compilation of 16 articles from Concrete International
provides compact and readily available information on quality in
concrete construction.

ACI Committee 547, technical committee document 547R-79,


(Revised 1983) (Reapproved 1997), 224 pp., also in MCP-6
and the MCP CD-ROM.
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$75.50 (ACI members $49.00)
This report presents background information and perspective
on the history of the technology of refractory concrete. For more
information, call (248) 848-3800 or visit www.aci-int.org.

Quality Assurance in Concrete Construction


Compilation 16, 1992, 98 pp.
Order Code: 000C16.CT02
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This compilation of articles and papers deals with quality
assurance in concrete construction. The 19 items cover topics that
include quality in concrete, relevant levels of quality, quality in
concrete construction, future trends in concrete quality control,
service life versus design cycle management, increased income
with quality control, quality assurance systems, contractors and
quality, and inspection and quality assurance.

Concrete Mix Design Quality Control


By: K. Day. Publisher: E&FN Spon, 1999, 391 pp., includes
CD-ROM.
Order Code: 00CMDQ.CT02
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For a description, see INDUSTRY PUBLICATIONS on page 83.

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ACI Committee 555, technical committee document 555R-01,


26 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 055501.CT02
$35.50 (ACI members $21.00)
ACI 555R-01, Removal and Reuse of Hardened Concrete,
provides guidance for assessing concrete structures for complete
or partial demolition. The document also provides information on
the applicability, advantages, limitations, and safety
considerations of various types of concrete removal methods
ranging from hand-operated power tools to hydrodemolition. ACI
555R also presents considerations for evaluating and processing
waste concrete for production of aggregates suitable for reuses
in concrete construction.

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ACI Committee 547, technical committee document


547.1R-89, 1989 (Reapproved 1997), 115 pp., also in MCP-6
and the MCP CD-ROM.
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$119.50 (ACI members $71.00)
PDF available
This state-of-the-art report addresses the range of technology
and application experience for refractory plastics and ramming
mixes. For more information, call (248) 848-3800 or visit
www.aci-int.org.

REINFORCEMENT
See also DETAILING, BOND, and FIBER REINFORCED
POLYMERS

Mechanical Connections
of Reinforcing Bars

RECYCLING
Removal and Reuse
of Hardened Concrete
NEW!

State-of-the-Art Report: Refractory Plastics


and Ramming Mixes

ACI Committee 439, technical committee document 439.3R-91,


1991 (Reapproved 1999), 16 pp., also in MCP-5 and the
MCP CD-ROM.
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$19.50 (ACI members $11.00)
PDF available
This report provides engineers with basic information about
mechanical connections and the type of proprietary splice devices
currently available.

Suggested Development, Splice, and


Standard Hook Provisions for Deformed
Bars in Tension
ACI Committee 408, technical committee document 408.1R-90,
1990, 3 pp.
Order Code: 408190.CT02
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This publication presents recommendations for code provisions
for development, splice length, and hooked anchorages for bars
in tension. The recommendations explicitly consider cover, bar
spacing, and transverse steel.

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REINFORCEMENT REPAIR

REINFORCEMENT (CONT.)
See also DETAILING, BOND, and FIBER REINFORCED
POLYMERS

Reinforcement for Concrete


Materials and Applications
ACI Committee E701, Educational Bulletin E2, 2000, 16 pp.
Order Code: 00E200.CT02
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This publication provides an introduction to commonly used
materials for reinforcement of concrete, and describes the basic
properties and uses of these materials. Topics covered include
plain, reinforced, and prestressed concrete; reinforcing and
prestressing materials; corrosion-resistant reinforcement; and
storage and handling.

ACI Seminar 318 Building Code


This is an intensive 1-day seminar on the significant changes
in the ACI 318-99 Building Code Requirements for Structural
Concrete . Learn each change, why it was made, and work
through real-life examples. See pages 31-33 for detailed
information about cities and dates offered in 2002, or visit
www.concreteseminars.com.

ACI Seminar Reinforced Concrete Design


This 2-day seminar covers design concepts and safety
provisions, flexural strength of members, serviceability, shear
strength of beams, development of reinforcement, combined
bending and axial compression, length effects on columns, design
of two-way slabs and plates, footings, and designing for seismic
forces. See pages 31-33 for detailed information about cities and
dates offered in 2002, or visit www.concreteseminars.com.

Development of Seismic
Steel Reinforcement
Products and Systems

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Special Publication 184, 1999, 107 pp.


Order Code: 0SP184.CT02
$43.50 (ACI members $26.00)
This Special Publication of six papers
provides engineers and contractors with
up-to-date information on new
technologies that are available to
improve the performance of reinforced
concrete structures, especially in zones
of high seismicity and to make design
and construction more cost effective.

REPAIR
See also EPOXIES and CRACKING

Guide for Evaluation of Concrete


Structures Prior to Rehabilitation
ACI Committee 364, technical committee document 364.1R-94,
(Reapproved 1999) 1994, 22 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
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$32.50 (ACI members $20.00)
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This report provides information on the evaluation of


concrete structures (except those subject to seismic effects)
prior to rehabilitation.

Concrete Repair Guide


ACI Committee 546, technical committee document 546R-96
(Reapproved 2001), 41 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
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Order Code: 054696.CT02
$54.00 (ACI members $32.00)
PDF available
This document provides guidance on the selection and
application of materials and methods for the repair, protection,
and strengthening of concrete structures.

Guide for Repair of Concrete


Bridge Superstructures
ACI Committee 546, technical committee document 546.1R-80,
1980 (Reapproved 1997), 20 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
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$25.50 (ACI members $14.00)
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Repair techniques for concrete bridge superstructures are
described in this guide, including pier caps, beams, decks, curbs,
sidewalks, and decks, and recommendations for evaluations of
damage, selection of repair method, and surface preparation.
Repair materials given primary consideration are conventional
portland cement mortars and concretes, and those using latex,
epoxy resins, or methyl methacrylate.

Guide to Underwater Repair of Concrete


ACI Committee 546, technical committee document 546.2R-98,
1998, 24 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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$27.50 (ACI members $16.00)
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This document provides guidance on the selection and
application of materials and methods for the repair and
strengthening of underwater concrete structures.

Concrete Repair Manual


1999, 865 pp.
Order Code: REPMAN.CT02
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This publication is produced jointly by the leaders in concrete
and concrete repairACI International and the International
Concrete Repair Institute. With over 850 pages covering 39
separate documents, this is the most complete collection of
information on concrete repair ever assembled in a single resource.
The Manual includes documents from: ACI, ICRI, SSPC, NACE
International, American Concrete Pavement Association, the U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers, and others.
Topics include: Evaluation: Condition Survey, Nondestructive
Testing, Laboratory Investigation, Causes of Deterioration and
Distress, and Repair Materials and Methods; Execution: Material
Selection, Selection of Application Method Plans and
Specifications, Concrete Removal, Surface Preparation, and QC/
CA; Protection and Maintenance: Surface Treatments, Joint
Sealants, Cathodic Protection, Cleaning, and Structural
Strengthening; Specific Considerations and Case Studies: Bridges,
Dams, Other Hydraulic Structures, Pavement, and Parking Lots.

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REPAIR

REPAIR (CONT.)
See also EPOXIES and CRACKING

Repair and Strengthening of Concrete


Members with Adhesive Bonded Plates
Special Publication 165, 1996, 264 pp.
Order Code: 0SP165.CT02
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This Special Publication of 14 papers provides the first comprehensive
publication of information on research, design, construction methods,
and case histories. The research described includes not only theoretical
analysis and short-term experimental programs, but also test programs
that involve long-term outdoor exposure.

Bridge Repair and Rehabilitation


Compilation 29, 1995, 72 pp.
Order Code: 000C29.CT02
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$39.50 (ACI members $24.00)
Compiled data combined with material previously published in
Institute periodicals provides compact and readily available
references on specific topics. A sample of the subject areas include
construction procedures for rapid replacement of bridge decks,
rehabilitation of an elevated roadway bridge, polymer concrete
bridge overlays, traffic-induced vibrations, and bridge deck repairs.

Repair and Rehabilitation II


Compilation 20, 1992, 80 pp.
Order Code: 000C20.CT02
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$42.50 (ACI members $26.00)
This compilation of Concrete International articles on repair
and rehabilitation contains topics including roof top parking slab
replacement, repair methods for salt-damaged reinforced concrete
structures, quality workmanship in rapid repair of concrete
pavements, headworks rehabilitation, rehabilitation of an elevated
roadway bridge, reservoir rehabilitation, multistory parking
structure rehabilitation, polymer concrete and joint repair,
improving concrete bond and repaired bridge decks,
nondestructive testing, repair of subsurface voids in a highperformance pavement, in-place bond testing and surface
preparation of concrete, and polymer pile encapsulation.

Repair and Rehabilitation of


Concrete Structures
Compilation 10, 1990, 92 pp.
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$20.50 (ACI members $11.00)
Older buildings are being remodeled and renovated at an
increasing rate. Roads and bridges require repair and maintenance
to keep up with modern traffic and loads. The 15 articles within this
document cover repair and rehabilitation practices for buildings,
bridges, tanks, and parking garages. Specific topics include
rehabilitation strategies, condition surveys, underwater inspections,
and cathodic protection.

Repair, Rehabilitation, and Maintenance


of Concrete Structures, and Innovation in
Design and ConstructionProceedings,
Fourth International Conference
Special Publication 193, 2000, 1096 pp.
Order Code: 0SP193.CT02
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$70.50 (ACI members $42.00)
This Special Publication includes 62 papers from the Fourth
International Conference in Seoul, Korea.

Repairing Concrete Bridges


Seminar Course Manual 27, 1993, 399 pp.
Order Code: SC2793.CT02
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This compilation of background material for ACI seminars on
bridge repair follows bridge repair from evaluation to material and
method selection through seismic retrofit and on to bridge concrete
protection and maintenance.

High Performance Fiber-Reinforced


Concrete in Infrastructural Repair
and Retrofit

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Special Publication 185, 2000, 250 pp.


Order Code: 0SP185.CT02
$53.50 (ACI members $32)
Up until now there has been very little information on the use of
high performance fiber-reinforced concrete. But recent laboratory
studies and field applications show that HPFRC improves
performance of civil engineering infrastructure in a cost-effective
manner. This publication includes 11 papers on the mechanical
properties of HPFRC for infrastructural repair and retrofit.

Repair and Rehabilitation: A Compilation


from the Indian Concrete Journal
Publisher: Research & Consultancies Directorate, The
Associated Cement Companies Limited, India, 2001, 230 pp.
Order Code: ICJCRR.CT02
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Concrete Repair and Maintenance,


Illustrated
By: P. H. Emmons. Publisher: R. S. Means, 1993,
295 pp., hard cover.
Order Code: 00CRMI.CT02
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For a description, see INDUSTRY PUBLICATIONS on page 84.

Concrete Repair Volume I


Publisher: The Aberdeen Group, 54 pp.
Order Code: 000CR1.CT02
$13.00

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Concrete RepairVolume II
Publisher: The Aberdeen Group, 56 pp.
Order Code: 000CR2.CT02
$13.00

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REPAIR  RESIDENTIAL  SEALANTS SEISMIC AND LATERAL FORCES

REPAIR (CONT.)
See also EPOXIES and CRACKING

Concrete RepairVolume III


Publisher: The Aberdeen Group, 48 pp.
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Order Code: 000CR3.CT02
$13.00
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on page 84.

ACI Seminar Concrete Repair Basics


This 1-day seminar covers condition surveys, repair
techniques, repair materials, cracks and joints, application of
repair techniques, and case studies. See pages 31-33 for
detailed information about cities and dates offered in 2002, or
visit www.concreteseminars.com.

ACI Seminar Repair of Concrete


Workshop
This 2-day seminar covers an in-depth how-to on reliable
concrete repairs: determines causes of concrete deterioration;
how to prepare for concrete repair; concrete repair techniques;
and reviews research advancements and actual case histories.
See pages 31-33 for detailed information about cities and dates
offered in 2002, or visit www.concreteseminars.com.

RESIDENTIAL
See also SLABS

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Most joints, and some cracks in concrete structures, require
sealing against the adverse effects of environmental and service
conditions. This guide provides better understanding of the
properties of joint sealants and where and how they are used.

SEISMIC AND LATERAL FORCES


See also BRIDGES and REPAIR

Recent Developments in Lateral Force


Transfer in Buildings
Special Publication 157, 1995, 516 pp.
Order Code: 0SP157.CT02
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$70.50 (ACI members $32.00)
A total of 21 technical papers comprise this Special Publication.
For more information, call (248) 848-3800 or visit www.aci-int.org.

Seismic Design and Construction


Compilation 31, 1996, 46 pp.
Order Code: 000C31.CT02
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$46.50 (ACI members $28.00)
This compilation utilizes material previously published in
Institute periodicals to provide compact and ready references on
specific topics. The seven papers in the compilation have been
selected to provide useful and practical information. A sampling
of the subject areas include: Bay Area Rapid Transit: Concrete in
the 1960s, Precast Concrete Connection Details for All Seismic
Zones, Shearwalls An Answer for Seismic Resistance, etc.
For more information, call (248) 848-3800 or visit www.aci-int.org.

Guide to Residential Cast-in-Place


Concrete Construction
ACI Committee 332, technical committee document 332R-84,
1984, (Reapproved 1999), 38 pp., also in MCP-3 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
Order Code: 033284.CT02
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This guide presents good practices for the construction of
foundations, footings, walls, and exterior and interior slabs on grade.

Residential Concrete

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Editor: H. W. Conner. Publisher: Home Builder Press, 1999,


3rd Edition, 101 pp.
Order Code: 0000RC.CT02
$33.00
For a description, see INDUSTRY PUBLICATIONS on page 89.

SEALANTS
See also JOINTS and CRACKS

Guide to Sealing Joints


in Concrete Structures

Seismic Retrofit of Concrete Structures


Seminar course manual, 1995, 92 pp.
Order Code: SC3095.CT02
$49.50 (ACI members $30.00)
This publication includes nine reports covering topics including
performance-based seismic design, seismic strengthening of 13story concrete buildings, seismic rehabilitation of concrete building
structures, seismic retrofit of concrete structures and evaluation of
seismic hazards in existing and rehabilitated buildings.

ISDP: Impact of the Seismic Design


Provisions of the International
Building Code
NEW!
By: S.K. Ghosh, 2001, 47 pp.
Order Code: 00ISDP.CT02
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For a description, see INDUSTRY PUBLICATIONS on page 86.
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ACI Committee 504, technical committee document 504R-90,


1990 (Reapproved 1997), 44 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP
CD-ROM.

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SHEAR SHELLS SHOTCRETE

SHEAR
See also SLABS

State-of-the-Art Report on Recent Code


Approaches to Shear Design of
Structural Concrete
BEST SELLER!
ACI Committee 445, technical committee document 445R-99,
1999, 56 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 044599.CT02
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Truss model approaches and related theories for design of
reinforced concrete members to resist shear are presented in this
document. Realistic models for design of deep beams, corbels,
and other nonstandard structural members are illustrated and
background theories and the complementary nature of a number
of different approaches for the shear design of structural concrete
are discussed. These relatively new procedures provide a unified,
intelligible, and safe design framework for proportioning structural
concrete for combined load effects.

SHELLS
Concrete Shell Structures
Practice and Commentary
ACI Committee 334, technical committee document
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SHOTCRETE
Guide to Shotcrete
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SHOTCRETE SHRINKAGE-COMPENSATING CONCRETE SILICA FUME


SILOS  SLABS

SHOTCRETE (CONT.)
Application and Use of Shotcrete
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SILOS
See also CHIMNEYS

Standard Practice for Design and


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See also CEMENT

See also PAVEMENTS and PARKING LOTS

Standard Practice for the Use of


Shrinkage-Compensating Concrete
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See also POZZOLANS

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SLABS

SLABS (CONT.)
See also PAVEMENTS and PARKING LOTS

Design of Slabs on Grade


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SLABS

SLABS (CONT.)
See also PAVEMENTS and PARKING LOTS

Supported Beams and Slabs


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Concrete Slab Surface Defects: Causes,


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SLABS SLAG  SOIL CEMENT SPECIFICATIONS

SLABS (CONT.)
See also PAVEMENTS and PARKING LOTS

Moisture Problems in Concrete Floors


Analysis and Prevention
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ACI Certification Programs


Concrete Flatwork Finisher/Technician
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SLAG
See also POZZOLANS

Ground Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag as


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SOIL CEMENT
State-of-the-Art Report on Soil Cement
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Specifications for Structural Concrete
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This Special Publication is a collection of 16 papers that detail
the various steps involved in assuring quality concrete construction.
Topics include improving concrete quality with silica fume, how to
obtain quality concrete, consolidation, curing, hot and cold-weather
concreting, and much more.

Structural Concrete:
Behavior to
Implementation
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The symposium offers papers on diagonal tension, reliability,
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TANKS
Tightness Testing of Environmental
Engineering Concrete Structures and
Commentary
REVISED!
ACI Committee 350, technical committee document 350.1/
350.1R-01, 23 pp., also in MCP-4 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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ACI 350.1/350.1R-01, Tightness Testing of Environmental
Engineering Concrete Structures and Commentary, gives methods
and criteria for tightness testing of environmental engineering
concrete structures, including hydrostatic, surcharged hydrostatic,
and pneumatic tests. It is applicable to liquid and gas containment
structures constructed with concrete or a combination of concrete
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TANKS (CONT.)

TESTING
See also EVALUATION and NONDESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION

Seismic Design Guide for LiquidContaining Concrete Structures


and Commentary
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ACI Committee 350, technical committee document 350.3/
350.3R-01, 52 pp., also in MCP-4 and MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 350301.CT02
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ACI 350.3/350.3R-01, Seismic Design of Liquid-Containing
Concrete Structures and Commentary, prescribes procedures for
the seismic analysis and design of liquid-containing concrete
structures. These procedures address the loading side of seismic
design and are intended to complement ACI 350-01/ACI 350R-01.

Guide for the Analysis, Design, and


Construction of Concrete-Pedestal
Water Towers
ACI Committee 371, technical committee document 371R-98,
1998, 36 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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This guide presents recommendations for materials, analysis,
design, and construction of concrete-pedestal elevated water
storage tanks, commonly referred to as composite-style elevated
water tanks that consist of a steel water storage tank supported by
a concrete pedestal.

Design and Construction of Circular


Wire- and Strand-Wrapped Prestressed
Concrete Structures
ACI Committee 372, technical committee document 372R-00,
2000, 24 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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$39.00 (ACI members $22.00)
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This report provides recommendations for the design and
construction of wrapped, circular, prestressed concrete structures
commonly used for liquid or bulk storage.

Recommended Practice for Evaluation of


Strength Test Results of Concrete
ACI Committee 214, technical committee document 214-77,
1977 (Reapproved 1997), 14 pp., also in MCP-1 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
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This publication discusses briefly the numerous variations that
occur in the strength of concrete and presents statistical methods
useful in interpreting these variations.

Simplified Version of the Recommended


Practice for Evaluation of Strength Test
Results of Concrete
ACI Committee 214, technical committee document 214.3R-88,
1988 (Reapproved 1997), 8 pp., also in MCP-1 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
Order Code: 214388.CT02
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This report introduces a simplified version of the statistical
concepts outlined in ACI 214 for the specification, control, and
evaluation of the production of concrete.

Provisional Standard Test Method for


Water-Soluble Chloride Available for
Corrosion of Embedded Steel in Mortar
and Concrete Using the Soxhlet Extractor
ACI Committee 222, technical committee document 222.1-96,
1997, 3 pp., also in MCP-1 and the MCP CD-ROM.
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Current available test methods cannot distinguish between
water-soluble chlorides that support corrosion and those that do
not. This test method provides procedures for the sampling and
analysis of hydraulic-cement mortar, concrete, or aggregate for
chloride that is water-soluble that contributes to the corrosion of
reinforcing steel.

Design and Construction of Circular


Prestressed Concrete Structures with
Circumferential Tendons
ACI Committee 214, technical committee document 373R-97,
1997, 26 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 037397.CT02
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This report provides recommendations for the design and
construction of circular prestressed concrete structures (commonly
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TESTING TILT-UP CONSTRUCTION TOLERANCES

TESTING (CONT.)

TILT-UP CONSTRUCTION

See also EVALUATION and NONDESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION

ITGT01: Acceptance Criteria for Moment


Frames Based on Structural Testing
(T1.1-01) and Commentary (T1.1R-01)
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This document defines the minimum experimental evidence
that can be deemed adequate to attempt to validate the use, in
regions of high seismic risk or in structures assigned to satisfy
high seismic performance or design categories, of weak beam/
strong column moment frames not fully satisfying the
prescriptive requirements of Chapter 21 of ACI 318-99. This
document consists of both a Standard and a Commentary that is
not part of the Standard. The document has been written in such
a way that its various parts can be adopted directly into Sections
21.0, 21.1, and 21.2.1 of ACI 318-99 and the corresponding
sections of ACI 318R-99. Among the subjects covered are
requirements for: procedures that shall be used to design test
modules, configurations for those modules, test methods, test
reports, and determination of satisfactory performance.

Evaluation of F-Number Systems and


Waviness Index for Measuring Floor
Flatness and Levelness
By: J. Wambold and C. Antle. Publisher: American Concrete
Institute, 1996, 10 pp.
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In the case of the F numbers, the value of the FF number is a
measure of flatness (measuring amplitude at short wavelengths
and curvature at longer wavelengths), while the FL measures the
levelness. The Waviness Index extends the measurements of the
amplitude of longer wavelengths. DISCOUNTS NOT AVAILABLE.

ACI Seminar Practical Concrete Materials


This 1-day seminar covers the quality material selection and
specifying of concrete and concrete materials, including cements,
slag, fly ash, silica fume, blended cements, aggregates, chemical
admixtures, testing procedures for the proper evaluation of test
results, and what to do when test results are unacceptable. See
pages 31-33 for detailed information about cities and dates offered
in 2002, or visit www.concreteseminars.com.

ACI Certification Programs


Concrete Field Testing Technician
Concrete Laboratory Testing Technician I
Concrete Laboratory Testing Technician II
Concrete Strength Testing Technician
Aggregate Field Testing Technician
Aggregate Laboratory Testing Technician

Tilt-Up Concrete Structures


ACI Committee 551, technical committee document 551R-92,
1992 (Reapproved 1997), 46 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP
CD-ROM.
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Tilt-up concrete construction is commonly used in low-rise
building construction. This report discusses many of the items that
should be considered in planning, designing, and constructing a
quality tilt-up project. Major topics discussed include design,
construction planning, construction, erection, and finishes.

Practitioners Guide to Tilt-Up


Concrete Construction
Practitioners Guide 3, 1997, 184 pp.
Order Code: 000PP3.CT02
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This compilation presents practical information on tilt-up
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anyone involved in tilt-up construction contractors, technicians,
architects, engineers, and students. The book addresses
architectural and structural design, construction planning, panel
erection and safety, and includes numerous case studies.

ACI Certification Programs


Tilt-Up Supervisor
ACI administers a certification program for Tilt-Up Construction
Supervisors see pages 14-17 for a general program description
and training materials; for local program availability and detailed
information visit the Certification Section of ACIs website:
www.aci-int.org

TOLERANCES
Standard Specifications for Tolerances
for Concrete Construction and Materials
and Commentary
ACI Committee 117, technical committee document 117-90/
117R-90, 1990, 29 pp., also in MCP-1 and the MCP CD-ROM.
Order Code: 011790.CT02
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This ACI Standard covers definitions and principles of tolerances.
Tolerances are given for general building construction, special
structures, precast concrete, masonry construction, and materials,
finished slab surfaces, mass concrete structures, concrete canal
linings, siphons and culverts, bridges, slip-formed construction,
pavements, precast piles, prestressed elements, joints in masonry
construction, and masonry walls.

ACI administers certification programs for Testing Technicians


see pages 14-17 for general program descriptions and training
materials; for local program availability and detailed information
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TROUBLESHOOTING AND PROBLEM SOLVING WALLS 


WASTE SOLIDIFICATION WATERPROOFING

TROUBLESHOOTING AND
PROBLEM SOLVING
Troubleshooting Concrete Problems
Seminar Course Manual, 1987, 200 pp.
Order Code: SC1787.CT02
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Potential problems with fresh and hardened concrete can be
avoided. Learn how to prevent these problems from occurring. In
addition to four ACI committee reports, the contents include
NRMCAs Concrete in Practice series of reports, two PCA Concrete
Technology Today bulletins, supported by eight articles excerpted
from Concrete International.

Concrete and Masonry Problem Clinic


Volume I
Publisher: The Aberdeen Group, 198 pp.
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ACI SeminarTroubleshooting Concrete


Construction
One-day seminar for contractors, design engineers,
specifiers, government agencies, and materials suppliers.
Learn how to minimize problems with fresh concrete, slabs,
vertical concrete, and structural concrete. Discussion to include
techniques used to determine the causes of a problem in the field
and in the laboratory, including visual observations, nondestructive
testing, petrography, and chemical tests. See pages 31-33 for
detailed information about cities and dates offered in 2002, or visit
www.concreteseminars.com.

WALLS
Cast-in-Place Walls

Guide for Surface Finish


of Formed Concrete
Prepared by the ASCC Education and Training Committee.
Publisher: The Aberdeen Group, 1999, 50 pp.
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For a description, see INDUSTRY PUBLICATIONS on page 86.

WASTE SOLIDIFICATION
Solidification and Stabilization of Waste
Using Portland Cement
Publisher: Portland Cement Association, 1991, 16 pp.
Order Code: 0EB071.CT02
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WATERPROOFING
A Guide to the Use of Waterproofing,
Dampproofing, Protective, and
Decorative Barrier Systems for Concrete
ACI Committee 515, technical committee document
515.1R-79, 1979 (Revised 1985), 44 pp.
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Separate chapters cover various barrier (coating) systems for
concrete structures: waterproofing barrier systems, protective
barrier systems, and decorative paint barrier systems. Types and
performance requirements for the barrier systems are discussed,
and information on concrete conditioning and surface preparation
is provided.

Waterproofing the Building Envelope

ACI Committee E-703, 102 pp.


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By: M. T. Kubal. Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 1993, 276 pp.,


hard cover.
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Design Manual of Segmental


Retaining Walls

Repair, Protection and Waterproofing of


Concrete Structures

Publisher: National Concrete Masonry Association, 1994,


336 pp.
Order Code: 0DMSRW.CT02
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For a description, see INDUSTRY PUBLICATIONS on page 85.

By: P.H. Perkins, 1997, 233 pages.


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Floating Concrete Kits


Luke and Billie Snell
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published by organizations other than ACI. These documents have not been reviewed for technical
content or accuracy and are not endorsed by ACI.
Architectural Precast Concrete

Circular Storage Tanks and Silos

Prepared by the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute,


2nd Edition, 1989, 340 pp., hard cover.
Order Code: 00APC1.CT02
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The second edition of this design manual is a major revision
incorporating much of the industrys new technology. Sections
dealing with color, texture, and finishes; weathering; tolerances;
and connections have been extensively revised. Numerous
manufacturing and erection techniques are included to provide
a better understanding of the design concepts and the elements
requiring design decisions.

Author: A. Ghali 2nd Edition


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Order Code: 00CSTS.CT02
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Author Amin Ghali provides designers of tanks and other
circular-cylindrical axisymmetrical shells with analysis
methods no more complicated than the plane-frame analysis
commonly covered in engineering-school undergraduate
classes. Because tables are invaluable time-savers in the
design office, this book includes a set of tables for use in the
design of circular concrete tanks of constant or variable wall
thickness. The tables can also be used to analyze silos, pipes,
or any circular-cylindrical shell subjected to arbitrary
axisymmetrical loading and support conditions. All tabulated
values are dimensionless, and thus usable with any system of
units.
This 2nd edition includes six new chapters. One chapter
covers the finite element analysis using a conical-shaped finite
element, which is relatively simple but gives accurate results.
Another chapter focuses on the analysis of time-dependent
variations in stresses caused by concrete creep and shrinkage
and by relaxation of prestressing steel. A third new chapter
helps in the design of circumferential prestressing of circular
cylindrical tank walls that are monolithic with the base. The
remaining three new chapters concern analysis and design for
serviceability of concrete tanks and silos.

Building Movements and Joints


Publisher: Portland Cement Association, 1982, 64 pp.
Order Code: 0EB086.CT02
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Learn how to control cracking and other distress caused by
building movements. Describes building movements caused by
moisture and temperature changes; special loading conditions
such as wind, earthquake, and floor vibrations; foundation
movements; and construction procedures. Learn how to control
harmful effects of these building movements by using expansion,
contraction, and construction joints in walls and slabs. Includes
recommendations for cast-in-place and precast/prestressed
concrete, as well as masonry structures.

Concrete Beams with Openings


Cement Masons Guide
Publisher: Portland Cement Association, 1990, 24 pp.
Order Code: PA122H.CT02
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For cement masons and apprentices, home builders,
contractors, landscape architects, vocational education
students, inspectors, and the home handyman. This
publication gives step-by-step construction methods for
placing, finishing, and curing concrete walks, drives, patios,
and steps. Fully illustrated. Reviewed and endorsed by the
Operative Plasterers and Cement Masons International
Association of the United States and Canada.

Cementitious Grouts and Grouting


Publisher: Portland Cement Association, 1997, 64 pp.
Order Code: 0EB111.CT02
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Fundamental review of cementitious grouts and grouting
practices. Discusses ingredients, properties, proportioning,
mixing, testing, and placing of grouts for more than 25
applications.

By: M. A. Mansur and K. H. Tan. Publisher: CRC Press LLC,


1999, 224 pp.
Order code: 000CBO.CT02
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This book compiles state-of-the-art information on the
behavior, analysis, and design of concrete beams containing
transverse openings. Discussions include the need, effects, and
classification of openings; pure bending, combined bending,
and shear; torsion; methods for analyzing ultimate strength; large
openings in continuous beams and their effects on possible
redistribution of internal forces; prestressing; and cracking at
openings and ultimate loads.
Included are rules and guidelines for helping in the proper
planning of building services to create compact, economical,
and safe design. It also includes procedures for making a
structural assessment of an old structure.

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Concrete Construction Engineering
Handbook
By: E. Nawy. Publisher: CRC Press LLC, 1997, 1152 pp.,
hard cover.
Order Code: 00CCEH.CT02
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The only handbook that merges engineering with construction.
It has 27 extensive chapters written by ACI leading internationally
recognized experts in the field. Among the topics covered:
concrete constituent materials and mixture design for normal
strength and high-strength,high-performance concrete;
admixtures; long-term effects on serviceability, design and
construction of formwork; construction loading in high-rise
buildings; deflection of concrete members; prestressed concrete
construction, including post-tensioning, offshore structures;
foundations; concrete repair; roller-compacted concrete; fire
resistance and protection; and seismic resistant construction. All
chapters follow the ACI codes and reports including the ACI 318
Building Code. It is a must for every designer, educator, and
constructor.

Concrete Construction Handbook


By: J. J. Waddell and J. A. Dobrowolski. Publisher: McGrawHill Inc., 1993, 800 pp., hard cover.
Order Code: 000CCH.CT02
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This 4th edition of the Concrete Construction Handbook is
completely revised and updated to reflect the entire range of
concrete technology and the latest industry practices. Here
professionals will find chapters on roller-compacted concrete and
architectural concrete, extensively revised sections on materials,
formwork and shoring, batching, mixing and transporting, special
concrete, and advanced building construction systems. All
standards and specifications have been updated.

Concrete Floors on Ground, 3rd Edition


Publisher: Portland Cement Association, 2001, 136 pp.
Order code: EB075.CT02
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Floor thickness design; moisture control and vapor
retarders; joints, reinforcement, and crack control; problems,
maintenance, and repair these are only a few of the chapter
topics for the expanded 3rd edition of this Portland Cement
Association classic. The publication describes design,
construction, and repair of concrete floors on ground for
residential, light industrial, commercial, warehouse, and heavy
industrial buildings.
Topics not covered in previous editions include floor
surface tolerance comparisons (straightedge, F-number, and
waviness index); floor coverings and drying of concrete,
including drying time estimates; and floors for radiant heating,
freezers and ice rinks, and high temperature environments.
Engineers, architects, and contractors will find this to be a
useful reference and design tool.

Concrete Folded Plate Roofs


By: C. B. Wilby. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, 1998,
275 pp., hard cover.
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Folded plate roofs allow for durability, large spans for
reinforced concrete, and clean lines. They are also aesthetically
pleasing to many architects. The book considers schemes of
folded plates of practical use to designers for covering large or
small areas economically and gives design tables that can be
used quickly and easily without the designers actually needing
to know how to analyze folded plates. Examples are given on the
use of the tables. These examples are produced for those using
USA (British Imperial) as well as SI units. The text gives the
designer practical information on construction, materials,
insulation, weather proofing, etc., for this type of roof.

Concrete Masonry Design and Construction


Publisher: National Concrete Masonry Association, 1994,
500 pp.
Order Code: 000TEK.CT02
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The TEK manual for Concrete Masonr y Design and
Construction contains over 120 NCMA TEKs, over 500 pages of
information on subjects ranging from structural design, to grouts
and mortars, construction, and concrete pave or sand segmental
retaining walls.

Concrete Masonry Design Tables


Publisher: National Concrete Masonry Association, 1994,
650 pp.
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The Concrete Masonry Design Tables provides tables of design
strengths, design loads, and section properties for 6-, 8-, 10-, and
12-inch reinforced and unreinforced concrete masonry walls.

Concrete Mix Design, Quality Control, and


Specification with CD-ROM
By K. W. Day. Publisher: E&FN Spon, 2nd Edition, 1999,
391 pp., hard cover.
Order Code: 00CMDQ.CT02
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Learn how to use computers and high-tech analysis
techniques to simplify procedures, reduce costs, and improve
efficiency in controlling both low-volume, high-strength and lowstrength, high-volume concrete. Revised and updated, this new
edition details advances in mixture design and quality control
systems for all grades of concrete used in general ready-mix
and dedicated plant operations. The accompanying CD-ROM
provides live demonstrations of the latest testing techniques
and lets the user test the value of their own data.

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Concrete and Masonry Problem Clinic
Volume I
Publisher: The Aberdeen Group, 198 pp.
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This publication provides detailed solutions to a wide range of
problems. Reprinted from Concrete Construction magazine and
Masonry Construction. This publication uses a question-and-answer
format to provide plenty of how-to advice from professionals on
designing and constructing. Learn how to use computers and
high-tech analysis techniques to simplify procedures, reduce
costs, and improve efficiency in controlling both low-volume, highstrength and low-strength, and high-volume concrete. Revised
and updated, this new edition details advances in mixture design
and quality control systems for all grades of concrete used in
general ready-mix and dedicated plant operations. The
accompanying CD-ROM provides live demonstrations of the
latest testing techniques and lets the users test the value of their
own data.

Concrete Repair and Maintenance, Illustrated


By P. H. Emmons. Publisher: R. S. Means, 1993, 295 pp.,
hard cover.
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This book presents a detailed, yet concise presentation of
over 220 concrete repair and maintenance topics. Issues are
examined within the framework of analysis, strategy
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to guide you in the proper planning and execution of repairs.
It provides extensive information about problem analysis,
strategy development, engineering aspects, material criteria, and
repair of maintenance methods designed for ease of use by all
participants in the repair or maintenance process owners and
facility managers, concrete specialists and general contractors,
civil and structural engineers, material suppliers, and architects.
This books unique format provides a highly structured, fully
illustrated examination of each topic.

Concrete Repair Volume I


Publisher: The Aberdeen Group, 54 pp.
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This collection of reprints from Aberdeens Concrete
Construction magazine explains techniques to follow and
materials to use. Photo captions show you how to identify the
cause of concrete deterioration; articles explain basic concrete
repair, preparation for repair, and how to repair steel corrosion
damage.

Concrete Repair Volume II


Publisher: The Aberdeen Group, 56 pp.
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Fifteen articles (1988-1991) from Aberdeens Concrete
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foundation, underpinning, slabjacking, joint repair, shear collars
for parking decks, bridge deck overlays, shrinkage cracking, post-

tensioning, repairing flat plates, shotcreting, underwater repair,


coatings, epoxy injection, and choosing jackhammers.

Concrete Repair Volume III


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Topics include selecting repair materials, fixing cracks,
patching architectural concrete, choosing seals or overlays,
overlaying decks with LMC, restoring structural concrete,
repairing concrete parking structures, cathodic protection, and
more.

Concrete Slab Surface Defects:


Causes, Prevention, Repair
Publisher: Portland Cement Association, 1997, 16 pp.
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Describes the causes, prevention, and repair of 10 common
concrete slab surface defects; dusting, scaling, popouts, crazing,
cracking, discoloration, blisters, spalling, low spots, and curling.
Describes how petrographic (microscopical) analysis can be
used to determine the cause of most concrete defects.

Concrete Structures Stresses and


Deformations, 2nd Edition
By: A. Ghali and R. Favre. Publisher: E&FN Spon,1994,
444 pp., hard cover.
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Besides preventing structural failure, structural engineers
reinforced or prestressed concrete design methods should also
ensure against excessive deflections or crack widths under the
combined effects of prestressing, the self weight of the structure,
and the superimposed dead load. This book helps structural
engineers achieve this goal by describing methods for analyzing
stresses and deformations that are applicable regardless of code
requirements. A new chapter in the 2nd edition discusses crack
control in concrete structures and gives equations for calculating
the minimum amount of reinforcement needed for crack control.
Written for use by practicing engineers, students, and
researchers, discussions are limited to analysis methods that
are most suitable with the aid of a small desk calculator or personal
computer.

Construction of Prestressed
Concrete Structures
By: B. C. Gerwick, Jr. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, 1993,
608 pp.
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This edition details the basic techniques, materials, systems and
technology of prestressing, then moves to specific applications to
the construction of buildings, bridges, poles, piles, pipes, machinery,
roads, railroads, airfields, tanks, and more. Chapters cover offshore
structures and floating structures, and there is new information on
older prestressed structures covering cracking and corrosion,
maintenance and repair, and demolition and safety. Includes nearly
200 photographs of actual field applications.

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Corrosion of Steel in Concrete

Design Manual of Segmental Retaining Walls

By: J. P. Broomfield. Publisher: Chapman & Hall, 1996,


240 pp., hard cover.
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This book provides information on corrosion of steel in
atmospherically exposed concrete structures to guide those
responsible for buildings, bridges, and all reinforced concrete
structures as they design, construct, and maintain them. It reviews
the present state of knowledge on corrosion of steel in concrete,
from theory to site investigations, using the currently available
corrosion assessment equipment and remedying the problems.
There is also a section on how building structures are to be more
corrosion resistant and a brief look at what developments we can
expect for more corrosion-resistant structures. The aim of the book
is to educate and guide engineers, surveyors, students, and owners
of structures so that they will have a clearer idea of the problem of
corrosion, its causes, and how to find solutions.

Publisher: National Concrete Masonry Association, 1994,


336 pp.
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Design methodology for both gravity and reinforced earthwalls
is covered in Design Manual for Segmental Retaining Walls.
Included are design criteria, design tables, illustrations, and
construction criteria.

Design and Construction Failures


Lessons from Forensic Investigators
By: Dov Kaminetzky, M.S., P.E. Publisher: McGraw-Hill, Inc.,
1991, 600 pp.
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Learn how and why construction failures occur form one of the
nations leading forensic engineers. With more than 600 photos
and detail drawings, along with numerous case histories,
Kaminetzky explains the cause and consequences of errors in
design, construction, and maintenance. He examines many types
of structures and construction materials including concrete, steel,
and masonryand identifies the critical flaws that repeatedly lead
to failure. Each case history is followed by practical guidelines for
preventing similar failures. This is one authoritative guide that
everyone responsible for the design, construction, restoration,
inspection, and maintenance of engineered should own.

Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures,


14th Edition
Publisher: Portland Cement Association, 2002, 358 pp.
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If you do any type of work with concrete, you need the new 14th
edition of this widely used publication. The definitive reference on
concrete technology, it covers fundamentals and detailed
information on freshly mixed and hardened concrete. Discusses
materials for concrete, such as portland cements, supplementary
cementing materials, aggregates, admixtures and fibers; air
entrainment; procedures for mix proportioning, batching, mixing,
transporting, handling, placing, consolidating, finishing, and curing
concrete; precautions necessary during hot- and cold-weather
concreting; causes and methods of controlling volume changes;
commonly used control tests for quality concrete; special types of
concrete, such as high-performance, lightweight, heavyweight,
no-slump, roller-compacted, shotcrete, mass concrete, and many
more. Applicable ASTM, AASHTO, and ACI standards are referred
to extensively.

Designing Floor Slabs on Grade


By: B. C. Ringo & R. B. Anderson. Publisher: The Aberdeen
Group, 1996, 2nd Edition, 261 pp.
Order Code: DFSG96.CT02
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This book will help you select the most cost-effective approach to
achieve high-performance concrete floors. The 2nd edition includes
new chapters on the hybrid post-tensioned slab and troubleshooting,
plus expanded commentaries and details. Contains step-by-step
procedures and all the charts, tables, and equations needed to apply
them.

Engineered Concrete Mix Design


and Test Methods
By: I. Kett. Publisher: CRC Press LLC, 1999, 256 pp.
Order Code: 000EC.CT02
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Portland cement concrete is one of the most important materials
of construction. This publication helps engineers, as well as
laboratory technicians, gain a better understanding of portland
cement and portland cement concrete.
This book describes how concrete batches are designed, mixed,
and measured for various consistencies. Practical methods of
designing concrete mixtures with minimum theory are presented.
It includes original, carefully designed laboratory data forms for
the most important test procedure.

Epoxy Injection in Construction


By: J. Trout. Publisher: The Aberdeen Group, 1997, 80 pp.,
hard cover.
Order Code: 000EIC.CT02
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This book details the materials, equipment, applications, and
specifications needed to attain a permanent fix for cracks in
concrete. It covers all of the steps and conditions necessary to
assure quality results and increase customer satisfaction.
From positioning adapters to writing specifications that deliver
the best results, Epoxy Injection in Construction will give you the
necessary tools to permanently repair and restore cracks in
concrete every time you do a job.

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Ferrocement and Laminated Cementitious
Composites
By: A. E. Naaman. Publisher: Techno Press 3000, 1st Edition,
2000, 372 pp., hard cover.
Order Code: 00FLCC.CT02
$77.00
This book emphasizes the fundamental concepts for the
analysis and design of ferrocement and explains the characteristics
and differences of reinforced concrete and fiber reinforced
polymeric composites. Written for engineers, architects, students,
and professionals, it includes numerous figures and examples
(U.S. and Metric) to illustrate the concepts.

Finishing Concrete Slabs with Color


and Texture
Publisher: Portland Cement Association, 1991, 40 pp.
Order Code: PA124H.CT02
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Focuses on various techniques used to create decorative
surfaces on cast-in-place concrete slabs. Color photographs
illustrate the variation in color and texture possible on concrete
surfaces. Divided into six sections, step-by-step instructions
demonstrate the construction procedures: exposed aggregate
finishes; textured finishes such as floated, broomed, travertine,
rock salt, and nonslip finishes; stamped and inlaid impressions,
as well as divider strips, scoring, and sawing; colored finishes,
including integral colors, dry shakes, and stains; proper jointing
and curing practices; and combinations of color and texture to
create attractive surfaces. Includes suggested specifications for
seeded exposed aggregate concrete.

Floating Concrete Kits


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Heres a fun way to expand childrens interest in engineering
and construction. This hands-on experiment challenges kids to
make concrete that floats, while educating them in the process.
Each kit contains all the materials needed except water: cement,
sand, vermiculite, mixing containers, instructions, and a
teachers or leaders guide. Perfect for science days, career
fairs, or scouting projects. Helps children learn about concrete.

Fundamentals of High-Performance Concrete


By: E. G. Nawy. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, 2nd Edition,
2000, 441 pp., hard cover.
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This book covers designing mixtures for both normal-strength
and high-strength concrete. It includes charts and tables for effective
proportioning of concrete mixtures made from portland cement,
polymers, fly ash, blast furnace slag, and silica fume. Additional
topics include permeability, mineral and chemical admixtures,
lightweight aggregate high-strength concrete, early age, volumetric
stability, durability, and constructability and fibrous concrete
composites.

Guide for Surface Finish of Formed Concrete


Prepared by the ASCC Education and Training Committee.
Publisher: The Aberdeen Group, 1999, 50 pp.
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This ASCC Guide debuts as a unique industry tool that provides
a method for defining acceptability of a vertically cast surface,
both in quality and appearance, for those responsible for
specification, supervision, and execution. This how-to book
written specifically for design professionals and contractors in the
concrete industry helps bridge the gap between the specifiers
expectations and the contractors good faith understanding of the
appearance of vertically cast-in-place concrete surfaces. Includes
black and white photos to facilitate communication between all
involved in specifying and constructing vertical cast-in-place
concrete surfaces.

ISDP: Impact of the Seismic Design Provisions


of the International Building Code
By: S.K. Ghosh, 2001, 47 pp.
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Structural engineers who design and detail concrete
structures for many areas of the U.S. have never had to deal
with design and detailing requirements that apply to moderate
and severe seismic zones on the West Coast. But that may
change due to major revisions of seismic provisions that first
appeared in the International Building Code, IBC 2000.
If you dont normally consider seismic forces because youre
designing structures for specific locations of low seismic risk,
you may soon have to.
Thats because of revisions in the way seismic design criteria
are determined.
Traditionally, seismic force levels used in design were strictly
a function of structure location. With the latest seismic design
provisions, design seismic force levels are now a function of:
Structure location;
Nature of the structures use and occupancy; and
Type of soil the structure rests on.
What does this mean to you?
Suppose youre designing an essential facility such as a
hospital in Charlotte and you dont know the average shear
wave velocity, standard penetration resistance, or unconfined
shear strength for the top 100 feet of soil at the site. These two
factors could place your structure in a seismic design category
equivalent to that of Seismic Zones 3 or 4, which indicates high
seismic risk. That, in turn, triggers a whole host of seismic
detailing requirements in Chapter 21 of ACI 318-99.
How will the new IBC 2000 requirements affect design of
reinforced concrete structures in your area? Find out by reading
Impact of the Seismic Design Provisions of the International
Building Code.

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Leas Chemistry of Cement and Concrete

Materials Science of Concrete II

Edited by: P. C. Hewlett. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons,


1998, 1053 pp., hard cover.
Order Code: 00LCCC.CT02
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First published in 1935, this is the 4th edition of the book that
has become the authority on its subject. It deals with the chemical
and physical properties of cements and concretes and their
relation to the practical problems that arise in manufacture and
use. As such, it is addressed not only to the chemist and those
concerned with the science and technology of silicate materials,
but also to those interested in the use of concrete in building and
civil engineering construction. Attention is given to the suitability
of materials, the conditions under which concrete may deteriorate,
and the precautionary or remedial measures that can be adopted.

Edited by: J. Skalny and S. Mindess. 1991, 281 pp., hard


cover.
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Materials Science of Concrete II reveals the need for intensive
research to improve the resource efficiency of concrete
technology. Demand for concrete begs the questions of the
continued availability of resources required to make concrete.
Materials Science of Concrete II addresses these issues.

Masonry in the Americas


Special Publication 147, 1994, 360 pp.
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Masonry construction techniques vary significantly by country,
and basic terminology used to describe masonry construction is
different throughout the Americas. This Special Publication
correlates performance of various masonry construction methods
with the intent of increasing awareness of the differences and
commonalities inherent in differing construction techniques.

Masonry Efflorescence
Publisher: The Aberdeen Group, 1998, 34 pp.
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Efflorescence is unsightly, and is often a nuisance to remove.
This publication includes five papers previously published in
The Aberdeen Groups publication, Masonry Construction, about
reducing and removing efflorescence. An additional section offers
troubleshooting questions and answers.

Materials Science of Concrete Series


Publisher: The American Ceramic Society.
The Materials Science of Concrete Series aims to bridge the
gap between the research world and the practical applications
of concrete as a material. These books should serve primarily
the engineering community, the people in the field, and the
construction specialists who do not have the opportunity to follow
new scientific developments on a continuous basis.

Materials Science of Concrete I


Edited by: J. Skalny. 1989, 333 pp., hard cover.
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Materials Science of Concrete I explores concrete as a
composite material whose performance depends on the quality
of its ingredients. This book develops a proper understanding of
capabilities of the cementing materials, the chemical and mineral
admixtures available to provide for specific effects and properties,
and the properties of the wide range of aggregates available.

Materials Science of Concrete IV


Edited by: J. Skalny and S. Mindess. 1995, 422 pp., hard
cover.
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Materials Science of Concrete IV explores many areas
including surface area measurement using gas sorption,
mechanisms of hydration of calcium aluminate cements,
mechanisms of superplastification, delayed ettringite formation,
computer simulation of interfacial zone microstructure and its
effect on the properties of cement-based composites, and ASTM
standards and material research.

Moisture Problems in Concrete Floors


Analysis and Prevention
Publisher: The Aberdeen Group, 1998, 52 pp.
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This collection of articles from Concrete Construction is a
must read if you have trouble with blisters under vinyl sheet
goods, adhesive oozing out of the flooring seams, loose or
curled vinyl composition tiles (VCT), or indoor air-quality
problems caused by mildew and other micro-organisms. The
analysis and prevention guide covers the following topics:
Floor moisture sources (mixing water isnt the
only one);
Effectiveness of capillary breaks;
Vapor retarders (not always a solution);
Effects of granular blotter courses between the
vapor retarder and floor slab;
Test methods for determining concrete moisture
condition before the flooring is placed; and
Failure prevention strategies.
Youll also learn about concrete proportioning methods that
can reduce moisture-vapor emission rates and allow floor
coverings to be installed with a shorter waiting period.
The fix for flooring failures can cost more than $10 per
square foot, so investing in failure-prevention measures is much
more cost-effective than paying for the fix. Start your investment
program by purchasing this helpful collection of articles.

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Mortar, How to Specify and Use
Masonry Mortar
Publisher: The Aberdeen Group, 1990, 56 pp.
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This publication contains 20 articles previously published in
Aberdeens Magazine of Masonry Construction with a special
masonry troubleshooting section and a list of the ASTM Standards
related to mortar.

Properties of Concrete
By: A. Neville. Publisher: Longman, 1995, 844 pp.
Order Code: 000P0C.CT02
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The 4th edition has been completely rewritten and updated to
reflect advances in concrete technology over the past decade,
yet still retains the original aim: to provide reliable,
comprehensive, and practical information on the properties and
uses of concrete. The emphasis is on understanding the behavior
of concrete and relating it to physical and chemical phenomena
involved in the performance of the material in service.

PCA Soil Primer


Publisher: Portland Cement Association, 1992, 40 pp.
Order Code: 0EB007.CT02
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An introduction to geotechnical engineering properties and
the influence of soil on design, construction, and performance of
pavements. Includes definitions of soil terms and tests commonly
used by soil technicians. Describes engineering properties,
classifications systems, soil surveys, sampling, and testing
procedures.

Prestressed Concrete:
A Fundamental Approach
By: E. G. Nawy. Publisher: Prentice-Hall, 1999, 3rd Edition,
hard cover.
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A state-of-the-art book written by a national and international
expert on concrete structures and materials, this 3rd edition
reflects the latest ACI 318-99 Code and the International Building
Code, IBC 2000.
This book uniquely follows procedures given in over 20
flowcharts and 400 illustrations that simplify the understanding
of the subject in design, using both US and SI units in the
examples. Information includes: the design of statically
indeterminate prestressed concrete beams and portal frames;
the latest ACI and AASHTO provisions on design of posttensioned beam anchorage end blocks using the strut-and-tie
approach; comprehensive design examples on LRFD and
standard design of bridge deck members for flexure, shear and
torsion, conforming to the latest AASHTO specifications; and
much more.

Prestressed Concrete Structures


By: M. P. Collins & D. Mitchell. Publisher: Response
Publications, 1997, 319 pp., hard cover.
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This book explains the basic concepts necessary to understand
and predict the response of prestressed concrete members and
to design prestressed concrete structures. The approach taken
reflects the authors strong belief that the engineer needs to
develop a solid understanding of fundamental principles rather
than relying upon a large collection of restricted, empirical
equations for design. Included with the text is a disk containing
three computer programs: RESPONSE, SHEAR, and
MEMBRANE.

Pumping Concrete
Techniques and Applications
By: R. A. Crepas. Published by: Crepas & Associates, 3rd
Edition, 2000, 276 pp., 3-ring binder.
Order Code: 0000PC.CT02
$105.00
Reviewed and recommended by the American Concrete
Pumping Association, this book includes universally practiced
concrete pumping techniques. It includes data and pictures to
help contractors and pumpers with difficult pumping concrete
situations. U.S. and Metric equivalents have been added to make
this book more useful.

Reinforced Concrete
A Fundamental Approach
By: E. G. Nawy. Publisher: Prentice-Hall, 1999, 4th Edition,
825 pp., hard cover.
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This recent edition conforms to the new ACI 318-99 Code and
the International Building Code on Seismic Design, IBC 2000.
Equations for both the spectral response method and the
equivalent static load method are systematically presented and
several additional design examples for computing the base shear
force, confinement, probable moments, and a full shear-wall
design example for a high-rise building are included.
In addition to the prolific number of analysis and design
examples in the book, there are numerous flow charts and
extensive design tables. Other significant features are the
inclusion of examples in SI Units in most of the chapters and a
listing of the relevant equations in SI format. This book will serve
as a valuable guideline to the practicing engineer who has to
keep abreast of the state of the art in concrete structural design
and material behavior as mandated by the latest codes, as well
as the designer who is interested in a concise treatment of the
fundamentals.

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Repair, Protection and Waterproofing of
Concrete Structures
By: P.H. Perkins, 1997, 233 pp.
Order Code: RPWCS.CT02
$95.00
Investigation, diagnosis, and subsequent specifications for
repair work are quite different from the steps taken in designing
new structures. Thus the need for information related specifically
to repair. This thoroughly revised and updated edition deals mainly
with reinforced-concrete repairs intended to restore long-term
durability and prolong the useful life of a structure. Such repairs
typically wont increase structural load-carrying capacity to any
significant degree. But one of the first and most important steps in
investigating a deteriorated structure is a decision on whether
structural strengthening is required, and, if so, whether the result
will be cost effective. This must be done by an engineer with
considerable experience in reinforced concrete investigation and
repair. Chapter 4 covers detailed inspection sampling, and testing.
Other chapters include information on:
Basic characteristics of concrete, mortar, and other
building materials;
Factors affecting reinforced-concrete durability;
Nonstructural reinforced-concrete repairs;
Structural reinforced-concrete repairs;
Coatings for reinforced concrete;
Concrete floor and roof repair; and
Repairs of liquid-retaining, water-excluding, and
marine structures.
The concrete repair market has grown dramatically in recent
years, and so has the need for reliable repair guidance for
engineers, contractors, and owners. This book gives you the
needed guidance.

Repair and Rehabilitation: A Compilation from


the Indian Concrete Journal
Publisher: Research & Consultancies Directorate, The
Associated Cement Companies Limited, India, 2001, 230 pp.
Order Code: ICJCRR.CT02
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This compilation includes 44 repair and rehabilitation
technical papers published in The Indian Concrete Journal
during the past decade. The papers are divided into three
categories:
General Topics in Repair and Rehabilitation;
Materials, Techniques, and Specifications; and
Case Studies.
Most of the case studies by Indian engineers pertain to repair
works carried out in India; nearly a third of the papers were
contributed by experts from the western hemisphere. This
international exchange of repair and rehabilitation information
includes methods for minimizing cracking; surface preparation
for patching, sealing, and coating concrete; repair of
environmental
concrete
structures;
and
strengthening
chemically deteriorated concrete structures. The information will
be useful to owners, engineers, architects, contractors, and
materials manufacturers.

Residential Concrete
By: H. W. Conner. Publisher: Home Builder Press, 1999, 3rd
Edition, 101 pp.
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This edition covers everything the home builder needs to know
about high-quality concreting. While not a training manual, the
book describes the basic techniques and provides guidelines
for ordering ready-mixed concrete; working with admixtures (such
as accelerators, retarders, water reducers, and high-range water
reducers); forming; jointing; curing; and controlling basement
leakage.
Special attention is given to new developments in finishing
walls, expansion joints, and bending and lapping rebars. A list of
sources for additional information and a glossary of basic concrete
terminology have been expanded.

Resurfacing Concrete Floors


Publisher: Portland Cement Association, 1996, 8 pp.
Order Code: IS144T.CT02
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Concrete floor replacement is costly. Resurfacing costs less
and can prolong floor life, but you need to know what type of
overlay to use and how to get good results. This revised publication
tells when bonded overlays will work and when unbonded overlays
are best. Other topics include: preparation of old surfaces, bonding
grouts, mix design, placing, finishing, jointing, and curing. Selfleveling toppings and underlayments are also covered.

Seismic Design of Reinforced Concrete and


Masonry Buildings
By: T. Paulay & M. J. N. Priestley. Publisher: John Wiley &
Sons, 1992, 768 pp., hard cover.
Order Code: SDRCMB.CT02
$199.00
Emphasizing design, this detailed reference demonstrates the
application of structural design for earthquake resistance. It is
packed with real world applications, illustrated examples, and howto guidance. Ductile frames, wall and dual systems, both in
reinforced concrete and masonry, form the main body of the text.
Youll also find coverage of basic concepts of seismic design,
qualifications of detailing on structural design, a review of causes
and effects of earthquakes, and the latest information from the
most recent major earthquakes.

Simplified Design of Concrete Buildings of


Moderate Size and Height
Prepared by Portland Cement Association, 1993, 2nd Edition,
160 pp.
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Includes a simplified design approach for the design of concrete
buildings using as examples a three-story pan joist and a fivestory flat plate building to explain the purpose of simplified design.

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Solidification and Stabilization of Waste Using


Portland Cement
Publisher: Portland Cement Association, 1991, 16 pp.
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Reports on the characteristics of portland cement and how it
can be used effectively to solidify/stabilize various types of wastes.
Discusses waste compounds that may interfere with cement
hydration reactions, and several additives that may be used with
portland cement to enhance solidification/stabilization reactions.

Steel, Concrete, & Composite Design of Tall


Buildings
By: B. S. Taranth. Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 1998, 998 pp.
Order Code: SCCDTB.CT02
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This handbook provides structural engineers and architects
with a uniquely practical perspective on all aspects of steel,
concrete, and composite use in the design of tall buildings,
including wind effects, seismic design, and various lateral and
gravity systems.
Includes dozens of case studies of important buildings
throughout the world and provides in-depth insight into why and
how the specific structural system choices were made.

Strength and Related Properties of Concrete


By: S. Popovics. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, 1997, 324 pp.
Order Code: 00SRPC.CT02
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Numerical relationships of concrete technology are presented
and the validity of the formulas are examined experimentally. Their
applications are illustrated either for practical purposes, for
development of additional formulas, or for providing a better insight
into the nature of concrete. This is the first book on concrete
technology that is computer oriented. The usefulness of
computerization is illustrated by software called Prop21, provided
on an accompanying disk. It is for people who teach concrete
technology, graduate students, and concrete professionals who
deal with concrete production, consumption, teaching, research,
development, sale, specification, testing, and supervision.

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Structural Modeling and Experimental


Techinques
By: H. G. Harris & G. Sabnis. Publisher: CRC Press LLC,
1999, hard cover
Order Code: 00SMET.CT02
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This book presents a current treatment of structural modeling
for applications in design, research, education, and product
development. Providing numerous case studies throughout, it
emphasizes modeling the behavior of reinforced and
prestressed concrete and masonry structures.
This book serves students
in model analysis and
experimental methods, professionals manufacturing and testing
structural models, as well as professionals testing large or fullscal e structures, since the instrumentation techniques and
overall approaches for testing large structures are very similar to
those used in small-scale modeling work.

Structural Renovation of Buildings


Methods, Details, and Design Examples
By: Alexander Newman, P.E., 2001, 866 pp.
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Written by a practicing structural engineer, this book clearly
identifies problems often encountered during building
renovation, explains why the problems occur, and suggests how
they can be solved. Practical tips, design details, examples and
reference data help design professionals accomplish tasks
ranging from feasibility studies to construction document
preparation. Although the book deals with various construction
materials, nearly three-quarters of the contents are applicable to
investigation and renovation of concrete or masonry structures.
Chapter topics include strengthening concrete buildings,
repairing deteriorated concrete, renovating slabs on grade,
renovating post-tensioned concrete, renovating masonry,
strengthening lateral-load-resisting systems, and renovating
building facades. The information is clearly presented,
readable, and enjoyable.

Waterproofing the Building Envelope


By: M. T. Kubal. Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 1993, hard cover.
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This book explains the critical 90%/1% principle: why 90% of
all building leakage is attributed to 1% of a buildings total area
and what to do about it. Covered in depth are selecting the right
waterproofing system for specific buildings, including sealants,
expansion joints, and admixtures; inspection, testing, cleaning,
maintenance, and repair techniques; equipment installations; and
how to check for watertightness at critical termination and transition
points. In addition, this comprehensive work contains information
on health and safety regulations, a full listing of information
resources, and summary tables for quick reference.

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104-71(97)
116R-00
117-90/
117R-90
121R-98

Preparation of Notation for Concrete ........................ 58


Cement and Concrete Terminology ........................... 27
Standard Specifications for Tolerances for Concrete
Construction and Materials and Commentary ........... 80
Quality Management System for
Concrete Construction ............................................. 67
124.2-94
The Mercer Mile Buildings ......................................... 10
126.1R-97
Guide to a Recommended Format for the Identification
of Concrete in a Materials Property Database .......... 56
126.3R-99
Guide to a Recommended Format for Concrete in a
Materials Property Database .................................... 56
201.1R-92
Guide for Making a Condition Survey of Concrete
in Service ................................................................. 29
201.2R-01
Guide to Durable Concrete ....................................... 29
207.1R-96
Mass Concrete ......................................................... 55
207.2R-95
Effect of Restraint, Volume Change, and Reinforcement
on Cracking of Mass Concrete ................................. 55
207.3R-94
Practices for Evaluation of Concrete in Existing
Massive Structures for Service Conditions .............. 55
207.4R-93
Cooling and Insulating Systems for Mass Concrete .... 55
207.5R-99
Roller-Compacted Mass Concrete ........................... 55
209R-92
Prediction of Creep, Shrinkage, and Temperature
Effects in Concrete Structures ................................. 26
210R-93
Erosion of Concrete in Hydraulic Structures ............ 43
210.1R-94
Compendium of Case Histories on Repair of ErosionDamaged Concrete in Hydraulic Structures ............. 43
211.1-91
Standard Practice for Selecting Proportions for
Normal, Heavyweight and Mass Concrete ............... 57
211.2-98
Standard Practice for Selecting Proportions for
Structural Lightweight Concrete ................................ 57
211.3R-97
Guide for Selecting Proportions for NoSlump Concrete ........................................................ 57
211.4R-93
Guide for Selecting Proportions for High-Strength
Concrete with Portland Cement and Fly Ash ............ 57
211.5R-01
Guide for Submittal of Concrete Proportions ............ 57
212.3R-91
Chemical Admixtures for Concrete ............................. 9
212.4R-93
Guide for the Use of High-Range Water-Reducing
Admixtures (Superplasticizers) in Concrete ............... 9
213R-87
Guide for Structural Lightweight
Aggregate Concrete ................................................. 45
214-77(97) Recommended Practice for Evaluation of Strength
Test Results of Concrete .......................................... 79
214.3R-88(97) Simplified Version of the Recommended Practice for
Evaluation of Strength Test Results of Concrete ...... 79
215R-92
Considerations for Design of Concrete Structures
Subjected to Fatigue Loading .................................... 35
216R-89
Guide for Determining Fire Endurance of
Concrete Elements ................................................... 37
216.1-97
Standard Method for Determining the Fire Resistance
of Concrete and Masonry Construction Assemblies .... 37
221R-96
Guide for Use of Normal Weight and Heavyweight
Aggregates in Concrete ............................................ 10
221.1R-98
State-of-the-Art Report on AlkaliAggregate Reactivity ................................................ 11
222.1-96
Provisional Standard Test Method for Water-Soluble
Chloride Available for Corrosion of Embedded Steel in
Mortar and Concrete Using the Soxhlet Extractor ...... 79
222.2R-01
Corrosion of Prestressing Steels .............................. 24
223-98
Standard Practice for the Use of ShrinkageCompensating Concrete .......................................... 73
224R-01
Control of Cracking in Concrete Structures .............. 25
224.1R-93
Causes, Evaluation, and Repair of Cracks in
Concrete Structures ................................................. 25
224.2R-92
Cracking of Concrete Members in Direct Tension .... 25
224.3R-95
Joints in Concrete Construction ............................... 45
225R-99
Guide to the Selection and Use of
Hydraulic Cements ................................................... 13
228.1R-95
In-Place Methods to Estimate Concrete Strength ..... 58
228.2R-98
Nondestructive Test Methods for Evaluation of
Concrete in Structures ............................................. 58
229R-99
Controlled Low-Strength Materials (CLSM) .............. 24
230.1R-90
State-of-the-Art Report on Soil Cement .................... 76

232.1R-00

Use of Raw or Processed Natural Pozzolans


in Concrete ...............................................................
232.2R-96
Use of Fly Ash in Concrete .......................................
233R-95
Ground Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag as a
Cementitious Constituent in Concrete .......................
234R-96
Guide for the Use of Silica Fume in Concrete ...........
301-99
Specifications for Structural Concrete ......................
301M-99
Specifications for Structural Concrete (Metric) .........
302.1R-96
Guide for Concrete Floor and Slab Construction ......
303R-91
Guide to Cast-in-Place Architectural
Concrete Practice ....................................................
303.1-97
Standard Specification for Cast-in-Place
Architectural Concrete ..............................................
304R-00
Guide for Measuring, Mixing, Transporting, and
Placing Concrete ......................................................
304.1R-92
Guide for the Use of Preplaced Aggregate Concrete
for Structural and Mass Concrete Applications .........
304.2R-96
Placing Concrete by Pumping Methods ....................
304.3R-96
Heavyweight Concrete: Measuring, Mixing,
Transporting, and Placing .........................................
304.4R-95
Placing Concrete with Belt Conveyors ......................
304.5R-91
Batching, Mixing, and Job Control of
Lightweight Concrete ................................................
304.6R-91
Guide for the Use of Volumetric-Measuring and
Continuous-Mixing Concrete Equipment ...................
305R-99
Hot Weather Concreting ...........................................
306R-88
Cold Weather Concreting ..........................................
306.1-90
Standard Specification for Cold Weather Concreting ....
307-98/
Design and Construction of Reinforced Concrete
307R-98
Chimneys and Commentary .....................................
308R-01
Guide to Curing Concrete .........................................
308.1-98
Standard Specification for Curing Concrete ..............
309R-96
Guide for Consolidation of Concrete .........................
309.1R-93
Behavior of Fresh Concrete During Vibration ............
309.2R-98
Identification and Control of Visible Effects of
Consolidation on Formed Concrete Surfaces ...........
309.3R-92
Guide to Consolidation of Concrete in
Congested Areas ......................................................
309.5R-00
Compaction of Roller-Compacted Concrete .............
311.4R-00
Guide for Concrete Inspection ..................................
311.5R-97
Guide for Concrete Plant Inspection and Field
Testing of Ready-Mixed Concrete ............................
313-97/
Standard Practice for Design and Construction of
313R-97
Concrete Silos and Stacking Tubes for Storing
Granular Materials and Commentary ........................
318-99/
Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete
318R-99
and Commentary (318-99) .......................................
318M-99/
Metric Building Code Requirements for Structural
318RM-99 Concrete and Commentary ......................................
318/
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318R-02
and Commentary ......................................................
325.3R-85(87)Guide for Design of Foundations and Shoulders for
Concrete Pavements ................................................
325.5R-90
Design of Continuously Reinforced Pavement
for Airports ................................................................
325.6R-88
Texturing Concrete Pavements ................................
325.7R-88
Recommendations for Designing Prestressed
Concrete Pavements ................................................
325.9R-91
Guide for Construction of Concrete Pavements and
Concrete Bases ........................................................
325.10R-95 Report on Roller-Compacted
Concrete Pavements ................................................
325.11R-01 Accelerated Techniques for Concrete Paving ...........
330R-01
Guide for Design & Construction of Concrete
Parking Lots .............................................................
330.1-94
Standard Specification for Plain Concrete
Parking Lots .............................................................
332R-84
Guide to Residential Cast-in-Place
Concrete Construction .............................................
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363R-92
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Specification for the Construction of Drilled Piers ..... 39


Suggested Analysis and Design Procedures for
Combined Footings and Mats ................................... 39
Design and Construction of Drilled Piers .................. 39
Seismic Analysis and Design of Concrete
Bridge Systems ........................................................ 12
Analysis and Design of Reinforced Concrete
Bridge Structures ..................................................... 12
Guide for Concrete Highway Bridge
Deck Construction ................................................... 12
Routine Maintenance of Concrete Bridges .............. 12
Guide for Widening Highway Bridges ........................ 13
Specification for Cast-in-Place Concrete Pipe ............ 62
Guide to Formwork for Concrete .............................. 38
Code Requirements for Nuclear Safety Related
Concrete Structures and Commentary ............. 19 & 59
Reinforced Concrete Design for Thermal Effects on
Nuclear Power Plant Structures ................................ 59
Embedment Design Examples .................................. 11
Evaluation of Existing Nuclear Safety-Related
Concrete Structures ................................................. 59
Code Requirements for Environmental Engineering
Concrete Structures and Commentary ..................... 19
Tightness Testing of Environmental
Engineering Concrete Structures and Commentary . 78
Seismic Design Guide for Liquid-Containing
Concrete Structures and Commentary ..................... 79
Grouting Between Foundations and Bases for
Support of Equipment and Machinery ....................... 39
Foundations for Static Equipment ............................. 39
Recommendations for Design of Beam-Column Joints
in Monolithic Reinforced Concrete Structures ........... 44
Recommendations for Design of Slab-Column
Connections in Monolithic Reinforced Concrete
Structures ................................................................ 44
State-of-the-Art Report on Anchorage to Concrete .. 11
Evaluating the Performance of Post-Installed
Mechanical Anchors in Concrete
and Commentary ...................................................... 11
Guide for the Design and Construction of Fixed
Offshore Concrete Structures .................................. 45
State-of-the-Art Report on Offshore Concrete
Structures for the Arctic ........................................... 45
State-of-the-Art Report on Barge-Like
Concrete Structures ................................................. 45
Analysis and Design of Reinforced and Prestressed
Concrete Guideway Structures ................................ 41
Design of Slabs on Grade ......................................... 74
Guide for the Design of Durable Parking Structures ... 60
Guide for Structural Maintenance of
Parking Structures ................................................... 60
State-of-the-Art Report on High-Strength Concrete .... 41
Guide to Quality Control and Testing of HighStrength Concrete .................................................... 41
Guide for Evaluation of Concrete Structures Prior
to Rehabilitation ........................................................ 69
Service Life Prediction State-of-the-Art Report ...... 29
Guide for the Analysis, Design, and Construction of
Concrete-Pedestal Water Towers ............................. 79
Design and Construction of Circular Wire- and StrandWrapped Prestressed Concrete Structures ............. 79
Design and Construction of Circular Prestressed
Concrete Structures with Circumferential Tendons ... 79
Suggested Development, Splice, and Standard Hook
Provisions for Deformed Bars in Tension .................. 68
State-of-the-Art Report: Bond under Cyclic Loads .... 12
Splice and Development Length of High Relative
Rib Area Reinforcing Bars in Tension
and Commentary ...................................................... 12
Shear Reinforcement for Slabs ................................ 74
Recommendations for Concrete Members
Prestressed with Unbonded Tendons ....................... 67

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Corrosion and Repair of Unbonded Single


Strand Tendons ......................................................... 67
423.5R-99
State-of-the-Art Report on Partially
Prestressed Concrete .............................................. 67
423.6/
Specification for Unbonded Single-Strand
423.6R-01 Tendons ................................................................... 67
435R-95
Control of Deflection in Concrete Structures ............ 27
435.7R-85
State-of-the-Art Report on Temperature-Induced
Deflections of Reinforced Concrete Members .......... 27
435.8R-85
Observed Deflections of Reinforced Concrete Slab
Systems, and Causes of Large Deflections ............. 27
437R-91
Strength Evaluation of Existing Concrete Buildings ...... 34
439.3R-91
Mechanical Connections of Reinforcing Bars ........... 68
440R-96
State-of-the-Art Report on Fiber Reinforced Plastic
(FRP) Reinforcement for Concrete Structures ......... 37
440.1R-01
Guide for the Design and Construction of Concrete
Reinforced with FRP Bars ........................................ 37
441R-96
High-Strength Concrete Columns: State of the Art ...... 20
445R-99
State-of-the-Art Report on Recent Code Approaches
to Shear Design of Structural Concrete .................... 72
446.1R-91
Fracture Mechanics of Concrete: Concepts, Models,
and Determination of Material Properties .................. 40
446.3R-97
Finite Element Analysis of Fracture in Concrete
Structures: State of the Art ....................................... 40
503R-93
Use of Epoxy Compounds with Concrete ................. 34
503.1-92 Four Epoxy Specifications ........................................ 34
503.4-92
503.5R-92
Guide for the Selection of Polymer Adhesives
with Concrete ........................................................... 34
503.6R-97
Guide for the Application of Epoxy and Latex Adhesives
for Bonding Freshly Mixed and Hardened Concretes .... 34
504R-90
Guide to Sealing Joints in Concrete Structures ........ 71
506R-90
Guide to Shotcrete ................................................... 72
506.1R-98
Committee Report on Fiber Reinforced Shotcrete .... 72
506.2-95
Specification for Shotcrete ........................................ 72
506.3R-91
Guide to Certification of Shotcrete Nozzlemen ......... 72
506.4R-94
Guide for the Evaluation of Shotcrete ....................... 72
515.1R-79 (85) A Guide to the Use of Waterproofing, Dampproofing,
Protective, and Decorative Barrier Systems
for Concrete ............................................................. 81
517.2R-87
Accelerated Curing of Concrete at
Atmospheric Pressure .............................................. 27
523.1R-92
Guide for Cast-in-Place Low-Density Concrete ........ 13
523.2R-96
Guide for Precast Cellular Concrete Floor, Roof,
and Wall Units ........................................................... 13
523.3R-93
Guide for Cellular Concretes Above 50 pcf and for
Aggregate Concretes Above 50 pcf with Compressive
Strengths Less Than 2500 psi .................................. 13
524R-93
Guide to Portland Cement Plastering ........................ 63
530-99/
Building Code Requirements for Masonry Structures
530R-99
and Specifications for Masonry Structures
530.1-99/
and Related Commentaries ...................................... 46
530.1R-99
530/
530.1-02/ Masonry Structures and Specification for
530R/
Masonry Structures and Related Commentaries
530.1R-02 ......................................................................... 19 & 46
533R-93
Guide for Precast Concrete Wall Panels .................. 66
543R-00
Design, Manufacture, and Installation of
Concrete Piles .......................................................... 39
544.1R-96
State-of-the-Art Report on Fiber
Reinforced Concrete ................................................ 36
544.2R-89
Measurement of Properties of Fiber
Reinforced Concrete ................................................ 36
544.3R-93
Guide for Specifying, Proportioning, Mixing, Placing,
and Finishing Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete ......... 36
544.4R-88
Design Considerations for Steel Fiber
Reinforced Concrete ............................................... 36
546R-96
Concrete Repair Guide ............................................. 69
546.1R-80
Guide for Repair of Concrete Bridge
Superstructures ........................................................ 69

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Guide to Underwater Repair of Concrete ................. 69


Refractory Concrete: Abstract of
State-of-the-Art Report ............................................. 68
547.1R-89
State-of-the-Art Report: Refractory Plastics and
Ramming Mixes ........................................................ 68
548.1R-97
Guide for the Use of Polymers in Concrete .............. 63
548.2R-93
Guide for Mixing and Placing Sulfur Concrete
in Construction ......................................................... 63
548.3R-95
State-of-the-Art Report on PolymerModified Concrete .................................................... 64
548.4-93
Standard Specification for Latex-Modified
Concrete (LMC) Overlays ........................................ 64
548.5R-94
Guide for Polymer Concrete Overlays ...................... 64
548.6R-96
Polymer Concrete Structural Applications
State-of-the-Art Report ............................................. 64
549R-97
State-of-the-Art Report on Ferrocement ................... 35
549.1R-93
Guide for the Design, Construction and Repair
of Ferrocement ......................................................... 35
550R-96
Design Recommendations for Precast
Concrete Structures ................................................. 66
550.1R-01
Emulating Cast-in-Place Detailing in
Precast Concrete Structures ................................... 66
551R-92
Tilt-Up Concrete Structures ..................................... 80
555R-01
Removal and Reuse of Hardened Concrete ............. 68
COMPILATIONS
C-6
Application and Use of Shotcrete .............................. 73
C-8
Roller Compacted Concrete Pavement .................... 61
C-10
Repair and Rehabilitation of Concrete Structures .... 70
C-12
Concrete Mixtures .................................................... 58
C-16
Quality Assurance in Concrete Construction ............ 68
C-17
High-Strength Concrete ............................................ 42
C-19
Concrete Foundations .............................................. 40
C-20
Repair and Rehabilitation II ....................................... 70
C-21
Elevated Slabs .......................................................... 74
C-22
Mineral Admixtures ................................................... 66
C-23
Chemical Admixtures ................................................ 10
C-24
Durable Concrete ..................................................... 34
C-25
Concrete Durability: Corrosion Protection ................. 30
C-26
Formwork ................................................................. 39
C-27
Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete .............................. 36
C-28
Synthetic and Other Non-Metallic Fiber
Reinforcement of Concrete ....................................... 36
C-29
Bridge Repair and Rehabilitation ............................... 70
C-30
Concrete Pavements ................................................ 61
C-31
Seismic Design and Construction ............................. 71
C-32
High-Performance Concrete ..................................... 42
C-34
Bridge Durability and Performance ........................... 30
C-37
Precast and Prestressed Concrete .......................... 66
C-38
Quality in Concrete Construction .............................. 68
MONOGRAPHS
M-11
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Formwork for Concrete (6th Edition) ........................ 38
SP-4
Student Special ......................................................... 38
SP-15 (99)
Field Reference Manual: Standard Specifications for
Structural Concrete ACI 301-99 with Selected ACI and
ASTM References .................................................... 76
SP-17(97)
ACI Design Handbook .............................................. 19
SP-66(94)
ACI Detailing Manual ................................................. 29
SP-71(99)
ASTM Standards in ACI 301 and 318 ............... 20 & 77
SP-86
Deflections of Concrete Structures ........................... 28
SP-88
Strength Evaluation of Existing Concrete Bridges .... 35
SP-89
Polymer Concrete: Uses, Materials and Properties .. 65
SP-95
Properties of Concrete at Early Ages ....................... 56
SP-96
Consolidation of Concrete ......................................... 21
SP-99
Polymer Modified Concrete ....................................... 65
SP-104
Lewis H. Tuthill International Symposium: Concrete
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Computer Applications in Concrete Technology
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Nondestructive Testing of Concrete .......................... 58
Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag and Natural Pozzolans in
Concrete Proceedings, Third International
Conference ............................................................... 65
Reference Manual: Specifications for
Masonry Structures ................................................. 77
Polymers in Concrete: Advances and Applications ... 64
Long-Term Serviceability of Concrete Structures ..... 30
Fracture Mechanics: Applications to Concrete ......... 41
Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures
in Concrete ............................................................... 10
Utilization of High-Strength Concrete Second
International Symposium .......................................... 42
Paul Klieger Symposium on Performance
of Concrete ............................................................... 42
Thin-Section Fiber Reinforced Concrete
and Ferrocement ...................................................... 35
Durability of Concrete ............................................... 30
Computer Analysis of the Effects of Creep, Shrinkage,
and Temperature Changes on Concrete Structures .... 26
Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag and Natural Pozzolans in
Concrete Proceedings, Fourth International
Conference ............................................................... 65
Designing Concrete Structures for Serviceability
and Safety ................................................................ 30
Concrete Design Based on Fracture Mechanics ...... 40
Creep and Shrinkage of Concrete: Effect of Materials
and Environment ....................................................... 26
Structural Lightweight Aggregate
Concrete Performance ............................................. 45
Polymer Concrete ..................................................... 64
Fiber-Reinforced Plastic Reinforcement for
Concrete Structures ................................................. 37
Durable Concrete in Hot Climates ............................ 43
High-Performance Concrete in Severe Environments ... 42
New Concrete Technology ........................................ 78
Fiber Reinforced Concrete Developments
and Innovations ........................................................ 36
New Experimental Techniques for Evaluating Concrete
Material and Structural Performance ......................... 35
Concrete Technology: Past, Present, and Future ..... 78
Durability of Concrete Third International
Conference ............................................................... 30
Thin Reinforced Concrete Products and Systems .... 35
Masonry in the Americas .......................................... 87
Fourth CANMET/ACI International Conference on
Superplasticizers and Chemical Admixtures .............. 9
High-Performance Concrete: Proceedings, ACI
International Conference, Singapore ......................... 42
Controlled Low-Strength Materials ............................ 24
Concrete Bridges in Aggressive Environments ........ 13
Design and Performance of Mat Foundations
State-of-the-Art Review ............................................ 40
Fly Ash, Slag, Silica Fume and Other Natural Pozzolans
Proceedings, Fifth International Conference .......... 65
Advances in Concrete Technology ........................... 77
Testing of Fiber Reinforced Concrete ....................... 36
Interface Fracture and Bond .................................... 40
Recent Developments in Lateral Force Transfer
in Buildings ................................................................ 71
Concrete and Grout in Nuclear and Hazardous
Waste Disposal ......................................................... 59
International Workshop on HighPerformance Concrete ............................................. 41
Recent Developments in Deflection Evaluation
of Concrete ............................................................... 28
Mete A. Sozen Symposium A Tribute From
His Students ............................................................. 77
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Bearing Systems in Concrete Structures
Volume 1/Volume 2. .................................................. 45
SP-165
Repair and Strengthening of Concrete Members with
Adhesive Bonded Plates ........................................... 70
SP-166
Properties and Uses of Polymers in Concrete .......... 64
SP-167
High-Strength Concrete: An
International Perspective .......................................... 41
SP-168
Innovations in Nondestructive Testing of Concrete ... 58
SP-169
In-Place Performance of Polymer
Concrete Overlays ................................................... 64
SP-170
Fourth CANMET/ACI International Conference on
Durability of Concrete ............................................... 30
SP-171
Advances in Concrete Technology ........................... 77
SP-172
High-Performance Concrete ..................................... 41
SP-173
Fifth CANMET/ACI International Conference on
Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures
in Concrete ................................................................. 9
SP-174
Hybrid and Composite Structures ............................ 43
SP-175
Concrete and Blast Effects ....................................... 43
SP-176
High-Strength Concrete in Seismic Regions ............. 41
SP-177
Ettringite, The Sometimes Host of Destruction .......... 30
SP-178
Fly Ash, Slag, Silica Fume and Other Natural Pozzolans
Proceedings, Sixth International Conference ......... 65
SP-179
Recent Advances in Concrete Technology ............... 77
SP-180
Bond and Development of Reinforcement A Tribute
to Peter Gergely ........................................................ 12
SP-181
Recent Developments in the Design and Specification
of Concrete Pavement Systems ............................... 61
SP-182
Structural Applications of Fiber
Reinforced Concrete ................................................ 36
SP-183
Design of Two-Way Slabs ......................................... 74
SP-184
Development of Seismic Steel Reinforcement
Products and Systems .............................................. 69
SP-185
High-Performance Fiber Reinforced Concrete in
Infrastructural Repair and Retrofit ............................ 70
SP-186
High-Performance Concrete: Performance and
Quality of Concrete Structures .................................. 41
SP-187
Seismic Response of Concrete Bridges ................... 13
SP-188
Fourth International Symposium on Fiber Reinforced
Polymer Reinforcement for Reinforced
Concrete Structures ................................................. 37
SP-189
High-Performance Concrete Research to Practice .... 42
SP-190
High-Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Thin
Sheet Products ......................................................... 36
SP-191
Water-to-Cement Ratio and Other Durability
Parameters Techniques for Determination ........... 29
SP-193
Bridges, Rehabilitation and Maintenance of Concrete
Structures, and Innovations in Design
and Construction ...................................................... 70
SP-194
The Adam Neville Symposium: Creep and Shrinkage Structural Design Effects .......................................... 26
SP-195
Sixth CANMET/ACI International Conference on
Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures
in Concrete ................................................................. 9
SP-196
Composite and Hybrid Systems ............................... 43
SP-198
Structural Concrete: Behavior of Implementation ...... 78
SP-199
Fly Ash,Slag, Silica Fume and other Natural Pozzolone
Proceedings, Seventh International Conference ....... 66
SP-200
Recent Advances in Concrete Technology
Proceedings, Fifth International Conference ............. 78
SP-201
Fracture Mechanics for Concrete Materials:
Testing and Applications ........................................... 40
SP-202
Proceedings, Third International Conference on
Sustainable Development of Cement and Concrete .. 77
SP-203
Code Provisions for Deflection Control in
Concrete Structures ................................................. 27
SP-204
Design and Construction Practices
to Mitigate Cracking .................................................. 25
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Finishing Concrete Flatwork ..................................... 15
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CP-14(85)
Laboratory Testing Tape #3 .................................. 15
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CP-19(01)
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BACKGROUND MATERIAL FOR SEMINARS
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SCM 19-89 Avoiding Failures in Concrete Construction .............. 23
SCM 26-92 Proportioning Concrete Mixtures .............................. 58
SCM 27-93 Repairing Concrete Bridges ...................................... 70
SCM 28-95 Concrete Site Paving .................................. 23, 59 & 61
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CSSD
Concrete Structures Stresses and Deformations,
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Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures ......... 58 & 85
Design Manual of Segmental Retaining Walls ... 81 & 85
Designing Floor Slabs on Grade ....................... 75 & 85
Engineered Concrete Mix Design and
Test Methods .................................................... 58 & 85
Epoxy Injection in Construction ........................ 34 & 85
Ferrocement and Laminated
Cementitious Concrete ..................................... 35 & 86
Finishing Concrete Slabs with Color
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Floating Concrete Kits ...................................... 81 & 86
Fundamentals of High-Performance Concrete ...... 42 & 86
Guide for Surface Finish of Formed Concrete ..... 81 & 86
Impact of the Seismic Design Provisions of the
International Building Code ....................................... 71
Leas Chemistry of Cement and Concrete ........ 14 & 87
Masonry Efflorescence .................................... 46 & 87
Masonry in the Americas .......................................... 87
Materials Science of Concrete I ........................ 56 & 87
Materials Science of Concrete II ....................... 56 & 87
Materials Science of Concrete IV ..................... 56 & 87
Moisture Problems in Concrete Floors Analysis
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Mortar, How to Specify and Use
Masonry Mortar ................................................ 55 & 88
PCA Notes on ACI 318-99 ........................................ 18
PCA Soil Primer ................................................ 76 & 88
Prestressed Concrete: A
Fundamental Approach .................................... 67 & 88
Prestressed Concrete Structures .................... 67 & 88
Properties of Concrete ..................................... 56 & 84
Pumping Concrete ............................................ 63 & 88
Reinforced Concrete A
Fundamental Approach .................................... 28 & 88
Repair and Rehabilitation: A Compilation from
The Indian Concrete Journal ............................ 70 & 89
Repair, Protection and Waterproofing
of Concrete Structures ............................................. 89
Residential Concrete ........................................ 71 & 89
Resurfacing Concrete Floors ........................... 75 & 89
Seismic Design of Reinforced Concrete and
Masonry Buildings ............................................ 28 & 85
Simplified Design of Concrete Buildings of
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Solidification and Stabilization of Waste Using
Portland Cement ............................................... 81 & 90
Steel, Concrete, & Composite Design of
Tall Buildings ..................................................... 28 & 90
Strength and Related Properties of Concrete ... 56 & 90
Structural Modeling and Experimental
Techniques ............................................................... 90
Structural Renovations of Buildings .......................... 28
The Visible and Invisible Cracking of Concrete ......... 25
Waterproofing the Building Envelope ................. 81 & 90

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ESSENTIAL PUBLICATIONS
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MASONRY REFERENCE LIBRARY
2002 Manual of Concrete Practice (see pages 49-52)
SP-4, Formwork for Concrete, 6th edition (see page 38)
SP-2, ACI Manual of Concrete Inspection, 9th edition
(see page 44)
SP-15, Field Reference Manual (see page 76)
PCA Notes on ACI 318 (see page 18)
SP-71, ASTM Standards in ACI 318 (see page 20)
ASCC 98, The Contractors Guide to Quality Concrete
Construction (see page 21)
Concrete Repair Manual (see page 69)
Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures, 14th edition
(see page 85)
Masonry Designers Guide, 3rd edition (see page 46)

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