Concrete Engineers Handbook, Data for the Design Snd Construction of Plain and Reinforced Concrete Structures

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McGraw-Hill book Company, 1918 - Concrete construction - 885 pages
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Contents

Abt Paoe 5 Weakness due to poor proportioning
64
Unit of proportioning
65
Proportioning by mechanical analy sis
68
Checking materials on the job
69
Proportions and the measurement of materials
70
Proportioning crusherrun stone
71
Success in proportioning
72
Depositing concrete in forms
73
Continuous depositing to avoid stop page planes
74
Bonding set and new concrete75 25 Removal of entrained air
75
Depositing concrete through water
76
a Preheating aggregates and water
77
Protection against frost
78
Comparative tests on fieldmolded and structural specimens
79
Preuse tests of materials
82
Resistance of concretes to water pene tration
83
Excess water as a cause of porosity
84
b Shrinkage cracks and porosity
85
Pervious concretes and laitance
86
a Integral waterproofing classifica tion
87
Waterproofing by cement grouting
88
b Continuity of membrane
89
Finishing Concrete Surfaces 51 Character of surface finish desired
90
b Rubbing
91
Brushing
92
J b Drafting room methods
123
Bendino and Placing Reinforcement
139
Storage and care of stone
174
Concreting Plant
181
Finish produced by removal
207
Art Page
210
Compressive and tensile strengths
227
Effect of curing conditions
234
Effect of oils used in gaging
240
Yield point
251
Action of alkali
257
Rise of temperature in setting 2591 46 Weight of mortar and concrete
263
Beams and Slabs
273
Flexure formulas for ultimate loads
279
Art Page
305
Design of a continuous Tbeam at
311
Span length for beams and slabs
318
Fixed and moving concentrated
324
Maximum moments from uniform
330
Continuous beams with varying
339

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