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Building information modeling (BIM) presents structural information in the form of three-dimensional (3-D) graphical representations of elements such as beams, columns, and slabs. This information may be further associated with metadata (nongraphical information) such as compressive strength, reinforcement ratio, and maximum aggregate size. It is not necessarily possible to review a modeled object and understand its accuracy or intention. Viewers of models tend to assume designs are more complete than they may actually be, partially due to highly detailed graphics. Does this object represent 10, 30, or 80% of the final design?
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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