3 edition of ACI standard recommended practice for concrete formwork (ACI 347-63) found in the catalog.
ACI standard recommended practice for concrete formwork (ACI 347-63)
ACI Committee 347--Formwork for Concrete.
|Other titles||Recommended practice for concrete formwork., Concrete formwork.|
|Statement||reported by ACI Committee 347 (formerly Committee 622) ; Joseph R. Proctor, Jr., chairman.|
|Series||American Concrete Institute publication|
|Contributions||Proctor, Joseph R., American Concrete Institute.|
|LC Classifications||TA682.44 .A496 1963|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
The American Concrete Institute has released a new version of its standard tolerances for construction and materials. The publication includes the standard itself, written in such a way that it can be directly incorporated into contract documents, and a commentary which clearly explains what the standard means and provides guidance into meeting the standard. Commentary synopsis: This report is a commentary on the Specifications for Tolerances for Concrete Construction and Materials (ACI ). It is intended to be used with ACI for clarity of interpretation and insight into the intent of the committee regarding the application of the tolerances set forth Size: 1MB.
The ACI Manual of Concrete Practice is a seven-part compilation of current ACI standards and committee reports. Part 1—ACI to ACI R Part 2—ACI R to ACI R Recommended practice for concrete formwork (ACI ) / reported by ACI Committee imprint. Detroit: American Concrete Institute, , c description. 35 p. --format(s) Book Back; 0 Marked; Mark; Options Refworks Print Link Email Cite Request; Holdings. In. UTL at Downsview.
For the novice, the book explains basic design principles and provides an introduction to many common formwork practices. This edition includes new material on single-sided wall forms, insulating concrete forms, pressure formulas with coefficients for differing weights and mix chemistries, and expanded text on multistory shoring systems. The removal of formwork also called as strike-off or stripping of formwork should be carried out only after the time when concrete has gained sufficient strength, atleast twice the stress to which the concrete may be subjected to when the formworks are removed. It is also necessary to ensure the stability of the remaining formwork during formwork removal.
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This standard, then, presents recommended practices for formwork and suggests criteria for assuring proper performance. Engineers and architects must note that this standard, ACIis not written in specification language and should not be used as a reference specification.
Title: Recommended Practice for Concrete Formwork Author(s): ACI Committee Publication: Journal Proceedings Volume: 60 Issue: 2 Appears on pages(s): Keywords: Date: 1/1/ Abstract: Presents brief introductory statement on the need for formwork standards based on the fact that 35 to 60 percent of the total cost of the concrete work in a protect in the United States is in the.
ACI – Structural Concrete for Buildings. ACI – Guide for Concrete Floor and Slab Construction. ACI – Recommended Practice for Measuring, Mixing, Transporting, and Placing Concrete. ACI R – Hot Weather Concreting. ACI R – Cold Weather Concreting. ACI - Standard Practice for Curing Size: KB.
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ACI standard recommended practice for concrete formwork (ACI ) by ACI Committee Formwork for Concrete.,American Concrete Institute edition, in EnglishPages: American Concrete Institute. title ACI standard recommended practice for concrete formwork (ACI ) / reported by ACI Committee (formerly Committee ) ; Joseph R.
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Guide to Formwork for Concrete An ACI Standard ACI Objectives of safety, quality, and econom y are given priority in these guide-lines for formwork. A section on contract documents explains the kind and amount of specification guidance the engineer/architect should provide for the Size: KB.
ACI Manual Of Concrete Practice set [ACI] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. ACI Manual Of Concrete Practice setAuthor: ACI. ACI R Guide to Residential Cast-in-Place Concrete Construction Reported by ACI Committee (Reapproved ) The quality of residential concrete is highly dependent on the qual-ify of job construction practices.
This guide presents good practices for the construction of foundations, footings, walls, and exterior and interior Size: 1MB. This Recommended Practice provides guidance on planning to achieve durability in concrete structures.
It is targeted at owners, designers and contractors with guidance on how to set up design, construction and maintenance contract requirements so that structures meet their serviceability requirements over the design and required service lives.
tunnel and shaft formwork special techniques in concrete construction appendix a—referenced standards and reports appendix b—notation appendix c—glossary appendix d—conversions appendix e—aci r guide to formwork for concrete appendix f—aci code and commentary provisions related to formwork appendix g—osha File Size: 1MB.
Commentary synopsis: This report is a commentary on the “Specifications for Tolerances for Concrete Construction and Materials (ACI ).” It is intended to be used with ACI for clarity of interpretation and insight into the intent of the committee regarding the application of the tolerances set forth Size: KB.
Concrete Institute (ACI) Recommended Practice for Concrete Formwork (ACI ) when considering product safety factors. Minimum Safety Factors of Formwork Accessories Accessory Safety Factor Type of Construction Form Tie to 1 All applications.
Form Anchor to 1 Formwork supporting form weight and concrete pressures only. concrete at the bottom will be set before concrete at the top is poured.
Similarly, if the forms are filled to the top immediately, they must be able to withstand the pressure of the full liquid head. For example, the normal weight of liquid concrete is lb per cubic foot (2, kg per cubic metre).
So a form designed to withstand lb per. The entire "ACI Guide to Formwork for Concrete " is at the end of the "Formwork" book. Read more.
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Needed this for a recent exam. Not sure it was worth the cost, but Cited by: Recommended Practice for Concrete Formwork (ACI ) ACI standard: Authors: ACI CommitteeACI Committee Formwork for Concrete: Contributor: American Concrete Institute: Publisher: American Concrete Institute, Length: 37 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
Concrete Basicsaims to provide a clear, concise explanation of all aspects of making quality concrete; from the Materials and Properties involved through Planning, Preparation, Finishing and Curing. Concrete Basicsaddresses the needs of unskilled and semi-skilled persons undertaking general concreting projects including home and handyman Size: KB.
the shrinkage-compensating concrete. —Scope and limits This standard practice is directed mainly toward the use of shrinkage-compensating concrete in structures (reinforced and post-tensioned slabs, both on grade and elevated) and pavements. Recommendations are included for proportioning, mixing, placing, finishing, curing, and testing.
designations appear in this book, they have been printed with initial caps. McGraw-Hill eBooks are available at special quantity discounts to use as premiums and sales pro-motions, or for use in corporate training programs. To contact a representative please e-mail us at 3 Pressure of Concrete on Formwork • Table d Concrete surface void ratio on as cast formed concrete surfaces • Table Characteristics of various form facing materials • Table Examples of common concrete surfaces deviations and common repair techniques I will explain the basic table a- Description of formed concrete surface categories CSC1-CSC4 with all.* From Section of ACIRecommended Practice for Concrete Formwork.
The Standard also suggests other tolerances not published here for precast and precast-prestressed members, mass concrete structures, tunnel linings and cast-in-place con-duits, slipformed structures, canal linings, siphons, culverts, bridges and similar structures.