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By Jack C. McCormac, Russell H. Brown

With this bestselling e-book, readers will quick achieve a greater knowing of the basics of bolstered concrete layout. the writer provides a radical creation to the sphere, masking such parts as theories, ACI Code specifications, and the layout of bolstered concrete beams, slabs, columns, footings, conserving partitions, bearing partitions, prestressed concrete sections, and framework. quite a few examples also are built-in during the chapters to assist strengthen the foundations which are mentioned.

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3 Filler Metal Classification & Trade Name BS EN ISO 14341: G3Si1 (Trade name to be confirmed) Any Special Baking or Drying Stored in accordance with manufacturers recommendations Gas/Flux: - Shielding / Backing Argon / 20% CO2 / 2% O2 Shielding Gas Flow Rate 15 - 18 L/min Tungsten Electrode Type / Size N/A Details of Back Gouging / Backing N/A Preheat Temperature 0°C Minimum (for combined thicknesses up to 75mm) Interpass Temperature (°C) ‘maximum recorded in WPQR’ (Note 5) Post-Weld Heat Treatment and / or Ageing N/A Time, Temperature, Method N/A Heating & Cooling Rates N/A Other Information: 1.

7. For Manufacturer: RWC’s Signature *N/A = Not Applicable Nozzle diameter = 16mm. In all cases the gap between the parent material and backing strip shall be kept to a minimum. Permanent backing strip to be tack welded in position using the parameters given above. Actual run sequence will depend on the thickness of the parent material; that shown is typical only. For root gaps >8mm, 2 adjacent passes shall be deposited in the weld root. Interpass temperature shall be checked using a contact thermometer or temperature indicating crayon.

2. 3. 4. 5. For Manufacturer: RWC’s Signature *N/A = Not Applicable Nozzle diameter = 16mm. The maximum unfused root = 3mm Actual run sequence will depend on the thickness of the parent material; that shown is typical only. Interpass temperature shall be checked using a contact thermometer or temperature indicating crayon. Weld finish to be left as-welded unless specified otherwise.

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