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By R. Dodge Woodson (Auth.)

Content material:
Front Matter

, Page i
Copyright

, Page ii
Dedication

, Page iii
Acknowledgments

, Page xi
About the Author

, Page xiii
Introduction

, Page xv
Chapter 1 - uncomplicated Information

, Pages 1-3
Chapter 2 - Concrete Materials

, Pages 5-18
Chapter three - sturdiness and Protection

, Pages 19-21
Chapter four - blending and putting Concrete

, Pages 23-39
Chapter five - Concrete Formwork

, Pages 41-46
Chapter 6 - Reinforcement

, Pages 47-52
Chapter 7 - basic layout Consideration

, Pages 53-57
Chapter eight - standards for energy and Serviceability

, Pages 59-63
Chapter nine - analyzing In-Place Concrete

, Pages 65-82
Chapter 10 - Concrete Failure

, Pages 83-93
Chapter eleven - Concrete fix Preparation

, Pages 95-102
Chapter 12 - elimination and Repair

, Pages 103-111
Chapter thirteen - Rehabilitation Work

, Pages 113-131
Chapter 14 - upkeep Matters

, Pages 133-138
Chapter 15 - really good Repairs

, Pages 139-148
Chapter sixteen - challenge Solving

, Pages 149-152
Chapter 17 - Code Requirements

, Pages 153-163
Chapter 18 - How a lot Do You Know?

, Pages 165-170
Chapter 19 - operating with Code Requirements

, Pages 171-173
Chapter 20 - fending off On-the-Job Injuries

, Pages 175-184
Chapter 21 - Worksite Survival

, Pages 185-194
Appendix I - heritage proof and matters relating Cement and Cement Data

, Pages 195-283
Appendix II - Concrete Pavement expertise Update

, Pages 285-297
Appendix III - Foundry Sand proof for Civil Engineers

, Pages 299-372
Appendix IV - expanding the standard of Concrete and urban comparable Products

, Pages 379-402
Appendix V - Concrete and Masonry development OSHA 3106 1998 (Revised)

, Pages 403-425
Appendix VI - word list of Abbreviations

, Pages 427-429
Appendix VII - universal Definitions

, Pages 431-435
Appendix VIII - Resources

, Pages 437-441
Glossary

, Pages 443-448
Index

, Pages 449-463

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Content material: entrance subject, web page iCopyright, web page iiDedication, web page iiiAcknowledgments, web page xiAbout the writer, web page xiiiIntroduction, web page xvChapter 1 - simple details, Pages 1-3Chapter 2 - Concrete fabrics, Pages 5-18Chapter three - sturdiness and safety, Pages 19-21Chapter four - blending and putting Concrete, Pages 23-39Chapter five - Concrete Formwork, Pages 41-46Chapter 6 - Reinforcement, Pages 47-52Chapter 7 - common layout attention, Pages 53-57Chapter eight - standards for energy and Serviceability, Pages 59-63Chapter nine - examining In-Place Concrete, Pages 65-82Chapter 10 - Concrete Failure, Pages 83-93Chapter eleven - Concrete fix instruction, Pages 95-102Chapter 12 - removing and service, Pages 103-111Chapter thirteen - Rehabilitation paintings, Pages 113-131Chapter 14 - upkeep concerns, Pages 133-138Chapter 15 - really good maintenance, Pages 139-148Chapter sixteen - challenge fixing, Pages 149-152Chapter 17 - Code necessities, Pages 153-163Chapter 18 - How a lot have you learnt?

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The amount of fugitive emissions generated during the transfer of sand and aggregate depends primarily on the surface moisture content of these materials. The extent of fugitive emission control varies widely from plant to plant. 2. Types of controls used may include water sprays, enclosures, hoods, curtains, shrouds, movable and telescoping chutes, central duct collection systems, and so forth. A major source of potential emissions, the movement of heavy trucks over unpaved or dusty surfaces in and around the plant, can be controlled by good maintenance and wetting of the road surface.

For example, the requirements for offset bent longitudinal bars include the following: • The slope of the inclined portion of an offset bar with the axis of the column must not be more than 1 in 6. Column Support 51 • Any portion of a reinforcement bar above and below and offset is to be parallel to the axis of a column. • Horizontal support at offset bends can be provided by lateral ties, spirals, or parts of the floor construction. • Horizontal support must be able to resist 1½ times the horizontal component of computed force in an inclined portion of an offset bar.

38 4. 5 Example of a swirl finish in concrete to avoid a slippery finished surface. WEATHER CONDITIONS Weather conditions can affect concrete placement and curing. If you are working in cold temperatures, you must provide equipment to protect concrete from freezing temperatures. This can mean covering the work area with tarps and supplying thermostatically controlled portable heaters. If you are prepping a job, you must clear all contact areas of frost. This includes reinforcement materials, fillers, and the ground where the concrete will be deposited.

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