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Fiber-reinforced concrete (FRC) has become a viable choice for many designers and builders for the unique properties and advantages it provides. From slabs-on-ground to underground structures, the use of FRC has been expanding in concrete construction. This growth of applications has created the need to review the existing test methods for FRC and, where necessary, develop new ones. Two reports (ACI 544.2R and ACI 544.9R) have already been published regarding testing fresh properties and mechanical properties of FRC, respectively. This report is the third and final report on testing FRC for its durability properties, including shrinkage, creep, and permeability. Several standard and nonstandard test methods are presented in this report to represent some of the knowledge in this area.
The Collection Online includes all new committee standards and reports released throughout the year. The most recently added include:
SPEC-440.5-22: Construction with Glass Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Reinforcing Bars - Specification
PRC-544.11-22: Measuring Shrinkage, Creep, and Transport Properties of Fiber-Reinforced Concrete—Report
PRC-309.5-22: Compaction of Roller-Compacted Concrete - Report
SPEC-548.9-21: Type ES (Epoxy Slurry) Polymer Overlay for Bridge and Parking Garage Decks—Specification (SI Units)
SPEC-548.13-21: Multi-Component Epoxy Adhesive for Bonding to Concrete—Specification (SI Units)
PRC-131.3-22: BIM Level of Development for CIP Concrete - TechNote
PRC-132.1-22: Responsibility for the Care of Test Specimens for Acceptance of Concrete—TechNote
PRC-364.6-22: Concrete Removal in Repairs Involving Corroded Reinforcing Steel—TechNote
PRC-364.8-22: Hydrodemolition for Concrete Removal in Unbonded Post-Tensioned Systems—TechNote
PRC-211.1-22: Selecting Proportions for Normal-Density and High Density Concrete - Guide
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