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Geotechnical Engineers Area - Foundation engineering Forum
PAN (Mechanical)
... parameter: it should be around 18 cm and should keep this value as long as it needs for concreting...
... such mixers with no hiccups to prevent cold joints. We've had excellent concrete. Not all jobs...
Engineering Codes, Standards & Certifications Area - ACI (concrete) Code Issues Forum
PT999 (Structural)
...take a look at ACI 306 Cold Weather Concreting, especially section 5.3. perhaps you can work...
... specified and what class is it? For cold weather concreting, increasing cement content and use of a non...
Engineering Codes, Standards & Certifications Area - ACI (concrete) Code Issues Forum
Russellwh (Mechanical)
... accelerator used in cold weather concreting. It causes the concrete to set up quickly so that there is a...
... nothing about the concrete. It is a waste of time, but contractors often use it incorrectly to "show...
Engineering Codes, Standards & Certifications Area - ACI (concrete) Code Issues Forum
Botto (Civil/Environmental)
... temperatures during cold weather concreting....
... to place concrete in accordance with ACI-301-05. The answer is an easy one during the prescribed 'cold...
AUCE98 (Structural)
... and the fresh concrete brought the rebar up to temp. Otherwise, cold weather concreting tips says "Concrete...
... drew a chuckle! As you might be aware, customary cold weather guidelines provided by the ACI (See...
gosai (Civil/Environmental)
... that the actual placement was not allowed to freeze. You should ensure proper cold-weather concreting practices...
... obviously result in slower curing. Cold weather concreting with moderate to high fly-ash contents can result...






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