Guide for Concrete Floor and Slab Construction. ACI R FOREWORD. The quality of a concrete floor or slab is highly dependent on achieving a. Veja grátis o arquivo ACI R 04 Guide for Concrete Floor and Slab Construction enviado para a disciplina de Concretos Especiais Categoria. Home · Standards & Codes · ACI; R Guide for Concrete Floor and Slab Construction. R Guide for Concrete Floor and Slab Construction.
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This is especially important when weather conditions are adverse. This phenomenon will continue as long as any water, heat, or both, is being released to the surroundings.
R Guide for Concrete Floor and Slab Construction
Surface moisture evaporates faster than it can be replaced by rising bleed water, causing the surface to shrink more than the interior concrete. Plastic-shrinkage cracks in the still-unhardened concrete can sometimes be closed by Refer to the latest edition of ACI R for a detailed discussion of shrinkage and curling in slabs-on-ground.
Too much clay and dirt in aggregates; and 8. Refer to the latest edition of ACI R for a detailed discussion of shrinkage and curling in slabs-on-ground. Alternate wetting and drying of the concrete surface at early ages; 3. Moreover, because the drying and cooling rates at the aco and bottom of the slab will never be the same, the shrinkage will vary throughout the depth, causing the as-cast shape to be distorted and reduced in volume.
Contraction joints sawn early enough; 4. Refer to Section 5.
Guide for Concrete Floo FOREWORD The quality of a concrete floor or slab is highly dependent 302.1r0-4 achieving a hard and durable surface that is flat, relatively free of cracks, and at the proper grade and elevation. Committee Felder John P.
Cool aggregates and mixing water before mixing; and 5. It emphasizes aspects of construction 302.1e-04 as site preparation, concreting materials, concrete mixture proportions, concreting workmanship, joint construction, load transfer across joints, form stripping procedures, finishing methods, and curing.
Ayers Jerome Kenneth L. Application of present technology permits only a reduction in cracking and curling, not elimination. International Concrete Abstracts Portal. Crazing cracks are very fine and barely visible, except when the concrete is drying after the surface has been wet.
This guide describes how to produce high-quality concrete slabs-onground and suspended floors for various classes of service. Avoid the use of a vapor retarder where not needed. Protect concrete with moisture-retaining coverings Section 9.
To prevent crazing, curing procedures should begin imme- diately, within minutes after final finishing, particularly after hard troweling.
Other conditions to be avoided that can cause craze cracking are: Slabs cast upon a base which 302.1r0-4 a low coefficient of friction, such as a fine-graded crushed stone. Even with the best floor designs and proper construction, it is unrealistic to expect crack-free and curl-free floors. ACI does not make any representations with regard to health and safety issues and the use of this document. They are similar to mud cracking in shape and in generation. The quality of a concrete floor or 302.1r-044 is highly dependent on achieving a hard and durable surface that is flat, relatively free of cracks, and at the proper grade and elevation.
Appears on pages s: Enviado por Estudante PD flag Denunciar. For more information on control, causes, evaluation, and repair of cracks in concrete structures, refer to ACI R and Cover with damp burlap or with white polyeth- ylene sheeting Section 9.
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Dusting dry cement onto a surface to hasten drying before finishing; 7.