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Technical Specification: Section: Materials, workmanship, I&T: Plain and RCC works (Indian standards)

IS 456- 2016 : SECTION 2 MATERIALS, WORKMANSHIP, INSPECTION ANDTESTING


5 MATERIALS

5.1 Cement

5.2 MineralAdmixtures

5.3 Aggregates

5.4 Water

5.5 Admixtures

5.6 Reinforcement

5.7 Storage of Materials

6 CONCRETE

6.1 Grades

6.2 Properties of Concrete

7 WORKABIUTY OF CONCRETE

8 DURABILITY OFCONCRETE

8.1 General

8.2 Requirements for Durability

9 CONCRETE MIX PROPORTIONING

9.1 Mix Proportion

9.2 Design MixConcrete

9.3 Nominal Mix Concrete

10 PRODUCTION OF CONCRETE

10.1 QualityAssuranceMeasures

10.2 Batching

10.3 Mixing

11 FORMWORK

1J.1 General

11.2 Cleaning and Treatment of Formwork

11.3 Stripping Time

12 ASSEMBLY OF REINFORCEMENT

13 TRANSPORTING, PLACING, COMPACTION AND CURING

13.1 Transporting and Handling

13.2 Placing

13.3 Compaction

13.4 Construction Joints and Cold Joints


Technical Specification: Section: Materials, workmanship, I&T: Plain and RCC works (Indian standards)
13.5 Curing

13.6 Supervision

14 CONCRETING UNDER SPECIALCONDITIONSs

14.1 Work in Extreme Weather Conditions

14.2 Under-Water Concreting

15 SAMPLING AND STRENGTH OFDESIGNED CONCRETEMIX

15.1 General

15.2 Frequency of Sampling

15.3 Test Specimen

15.4 Test Results of Sample

16 ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA

17 INSPECTION AND TESTING OF STRUCTURE


Technical Specification: Section: Materials, workmanship, I&T: Plain and RCC works (Indian standards)
IS 1343 : 2012 COP Prestressed concrete
SECTION 2 MATERIALS, WORKMANSHIP, INSPECTION AND TESTING

5 MATERIALS

5.1 Cement
5.2 Mineral Admixtures
5.3 Aggregates
5.4 Water
5.5 Chemical Admixtures
5.6 Prestressing and Untensioned Steel
5.7 Storage of Materials

6 CONCRETE

6.1 Grades
6.2 Properties of Concrete

7 WORKABILITY OF CONCRETE

8 DURABILITY OF CONCRETE

8.1 General
8.2 Requirements for Durability

9 CONCRETE MIX PROPORTIONING

9.1 Mix Proportion


9.2 Design Mix Concrete

10 PRODUCTION OF CONCRETE

10.1 Quality Assurance Measures


10.2 Batching
10.3 Mixing

11 FORMWORK

12 ASSEMBLY OF PRESTRESSING AND REINFORCING STEEL

12.1 Prestressing Steel


12.2 Sheathing Ducts
12.3 Untensioned Steel

13 PRESTRESSING

13.1 Prestressing Equipment


13.2 Procedure for Tensioning and Transfer
13.3 Grouting
13.4 Grouting Operations

14 TRANSPORTING, PLACING, COMPACTING AND CURING

15 CONCRETING UNDER SPECIAL CONDITIONS

15.1 Work in Extreme Weather Conditions

16 SAMPLING AND STRENGTH TEST OF CONCRETE MIX

17 ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA

18 INSPECTION AND TESTING OF STRUCTURES


Technical Specification: Section: Materials, workmanship, I&T: Plain and RCC works (Indian standards)
IRS Concrete Bridge Code: 1997
Contents

1. SCOPE

2. TERMINOLOGY

3. SYMBOLS

4. MATERIALS

4.1 Cement
4.2 Aggregtes
4.3 Water
4.4 Admixtures
4.5 Reinforcement
4.6 Prestressing steel
4.7 Handling and storage of materials

5. CONCRETE

5.1 Grades
5.2 Properties of concrete
5.3 Workability of concrete
5.4 Durability
5.5 Concrete mix proportioning
5.6 Production and control of concrete
5.7 Ready Mixed Concrete

6. FALSEWORK AND FORM WORK

6.1 Falsework
6.2 Formwork
6.3 Cleaning and treatment of forms
6.4 Stripping time
6.5 Tolerances for finished concrete bridge structure

7. REINFORCEMENT & PRESTRESSING TENDONS

7.1 Ordinary reinforcement


7.2 Prestressing tendons

8. TRANSPORTATION, PLACEMENT, COMPACTION & CURING OF CONCRETE

8.1 Transportation
8.2 Placing
8.3 Compaction
8.4 Curing of concrete
8.5 Construction joints
8.6 Concreting under special conditions
8.7 Sampling, strength tests and acceptance criteria
8.8 Supervision
8.9 Pumpable concrete