Concrete Engineers' Handbook: Data for the Design and Construction of Plain and Reinforced Concrete Structures

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Contents

Checking materials on the
69
Bonding set and new concrete
75
Meaning of waterproof
82
Waterproofing by cement grouting
88
82
141
Economical considerations 94 79 Operation of machines
150
Preparation of crushedstone aggre
171
cement sacks
178
Low charging mixers
191
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203
a Retopping
210
ART PAGE ART PAGE c Use of oils 210 11 Concrete curbing
212
Structural functions 210 13 Structural functions
213
f Protecting sidewalks in hot weather 212 c Joints
214
Properties of Cement Mortar and Plain Concrete
215
STRENGTH of CEMENT MoRTAR AND PLAIN 23 Transverse strength
242
Shearing strength
243
Strength in general 215 A 25 Adhesive strength
246
Neat mortar and concrete strength b Adhesion or bond to steel see Art 2 Sect 6
247
27 strength of cinder concrete
248
Effect of shapes and size of aggre 28 Working stresses see Appendir B
250
Effect of consistency 225 30 Yield point
251
compared Contraction and ExPANsion of CEMENT 11 Strength of plain concrete columns 229 MoRTAR AND CoNCRETE 12 Effect ...
252
Effect of regaging 232 33 Moisture changes
253
Effect of curing conditions 234
254
proofing compounds 238 35 Weathering qualities
255
Effect of sea water used in gaging 238 36 Abrasive resistance 25 5
257
40 Electrolysis in concrete
258
MiscellANEOUs Properties of CEMENT
262
Advantages of combining concrete Influence of freezing of concrete
268
Forces to be resisted 273 17 Web reinforcement in general
280
Plain concrete beams 275 moment diagram
296
Flexure formulas for ultimate loads 279 26 Economical proportions of rectangu
302
sides
307
Tbeams with steel in top and bottom
313
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339
Lefflers comprehensive beam chart
348
Columns
371
Reduction formula for long columns
381
Case III Tension over part
394
Graphical determination of stresses
406
Section 11
431
Bedding machinery
437
Hollow tile construction
447
FLAt SLAB CoNstruction
457
Patents
479
Methods of design and problems
487
ART PAGE f Roof design
496
g Beams in flatslab floors
497
Curtain walls
533
Brick and other veneer
539
Window openings
540
Door openings
543
Basement walls
545
General design
549
Methods of supporting stairs
550
Stair details
551
ELEvator SHAFTs 52 Elevatorshaft pits
552
Pent houses
553
Methods employed
554
Combined column footings
557
Pressure on the soil 55S 3 Plain concrete footings
558
Wall footings
559
Earth pressure
575
a Rankines formula for resultant active earth pressure
576
b Coulombs wedge of maximum Dressure 57 7
577
Comparison of Coulomb and Ran kine results 5S0 d Useful interpretation of results of earth pressure theories
580
Live load on top of fillPressure dis tribution
581
ART PAGE A Rt PAGE
592
Slab and Girder Bridges
603
SLAB BRIDGEs 8 Analysis of stresses in rigid viaduct
625
Slab bridges of single span 605 rigidly connected column tie
631
Through girders 617 k Effect of fixed bases
638
Concrete floors on steel bridges 643 7 Cellular abutments
647
ART PAGE
651
Approximate formula for best shape
658
Loadings to use in computations
664
Variation in thickness of arch ribs
670
Diagrams for moments thrusts
681
DETAILs of ARCH BRIDGEs
691
Piers and abutments
702
General discussion
715
ART PAGE
723
Design of dams of gravity section
729
Design of arched dams
736
Earthern dams with concrete core
745
S Movable dams
758
Partition and outside walls
764
Supporting tower
774
b Strength of pipe
781
Art PAGE ART Page
797
Arch culverts 796 39 Examples of reinforcedconcrete pipe
803
Action of grain in deep bins 805 repose Case III
811
Sloped sideslevel full Case I 811 19 Temperature stresses in chimneys
819
Estimating UNIT Costs d Summary
828
Rtlings PERTAINING TO Flatslab DEsign Appendix D
861
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