A Review of the Literature of Reinforced Concrete

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Engineering News Book Department, 1909 - Building materials - 63 pages
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Page 29 - Cement, representing the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Society for Testing Materials, and the United States Government.
Page 12 - ... contracts. Specifications and methods of studying them. Practice in writing and analyzing specifications. REINFORCED CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION. Seniors: First term, credit three hours. Prerequisite, Mechanics of Engineering. The course includes the study of the following subjects: Properties of the material; general theory; tests of beams and columns ; working stresses and general constructive details ; formulas, diagrams and tables ; building construction ; retaining walls and dams ; miscellaneous...
Page 46 - 07. William C. Baker, box ls>, Emmetsburg, la. 7-30806. Baker, William Henry, 1858Cement-worker's hand-book; covor.ngr more than fifty most Important subjects on cement and Its uses in construction; compiled to meet the requirements of the common workman.
Page 36 - ... of the results of tests made during the past fifteen years, and gives these results in tables and diagrams classified according to subjects. This is a reference book that should be in the library of every civil engineer. The contents include chapters on Chemical Properties of Cement, Physical Tests of Cement, General Physical Properties. Elastic Properties in General...
Page 22 - ... in the draughting room, not simply inserted as detached bits of information. The formula? are not simply stated, but developed and illustrated with examples as well, so that the beginner or "rusty" mind can grasp them readily. Chapter Headings Materials and Machines Used in Concrete Construction; Design and Construction of Buildings ; Design and Construction of Bridges ; Abutments and Retaining Walls; Culverts, Conduits, Sewers, Pipes and Dams; Tanks, Reservoirs, Bins and Grain Elevators; Chimneys....
Page 26 - Reinforced Concrete Pocket Book, containing useful tables, rules and illustrations for the convenient design, rational construction and ready computation of cost of reinforced concrete girders, slabs, footings, columns, buildings, retaining walls, tanks, grain elevators, coal bins, water pipes, sewers, dams, bridges, smoke stacks, piles, etc.
Page 42 - PALLISER (Charles). Modern cement sidewalk construction : a practical treatise for the workman, explaining in simple language the method of making durable cement sidewalks.
Page 60 - With 232 illustrations, 44 tables, and an appendix of statistics of standard track construction on American railways.
Page 20 - Grouting; Making and Using Rubble and Asphaltic Concrete; Laying Concrete in Freezing Weather; Finishing Concrete Surfaces; Form Construction; Concrete Pile and Pier Construction; Heavy Concrete Work in Fortifications, Locks, Dams, Breakwaters and Piers; Constructing Bridge Piers and Abutments; Constructing Retaining Walls; Constructing Concrete Foundations for Pavement; Constructing Sidewalks, Pavements, Curbs and Gutters; Lining Tunnels and Subways; Constructing Arch and Girder Bridges; Culvert...
Page 24 - ... HAWKESWORTH, CE, consisting of a series of Plates showing graphically, by means of plotted curves, the required design for Slabs, Beams and Columns, under various conditions of external loading, together with practical examples explaining the method of using each Plate. With an Appendix containing the requirements of the Building Code of New York City in regard to Reinforced Concrete.

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