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This report presents information on nanotechnology of concrete, including recent developments related to investigation of nanostructure and nanodesign of cement-based materials, the effects of nanoparticles, field applications, and health and environmental safety concerns related to the use of nanomaterials.
The Collection Online includes all new committee standards and reports released throughout the year. The most recently added include:
439.5R-18 Guide for the Specification, Manufacture, and Construction Use of Welded Wire Reinforcement
239R-18 Ultra-High-Performance Concrete: An Emerging Technology Report
ITG-10.1R-18 Report on Alternative Cements
563-18 Specifications for Repair of Concrete in Buildings
311.6-18 Specification for Testing Ready Mixed Concrete
550.4-18 Qualification of Precast Concrete Diaphragm Connections and Reinforcement at Joints for Earthquake Loading and Commentary
211.9R-18 Guide to Selecting Proportions for Pumpable Concrete
447.1R-18 Report on the Modeling Techniques Used in Finite Element Simulations of Concrete Structures Strengthened Using Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Materials
549.1R-18 Design Guide for Ferrocement
544.4R-18 Guide to Design with Fiber-Reinforced Concrete