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The long-term performance of concrete repair intended to address corrosion of embedded reinforcing steel is influenced by the depth of repair and the condition of the substrate concrete surrounding the repair area. The extent of concrete removal should be adjusted in accordance with the degree and nature of distress affecting the member or structure, while taking into account the concrete condition, the structural design, and the applied loads.
The Collection Online includes all new committee standards and reports released throughout the year. The most recently added include:
CODE-440.11-22: Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete Reinforced with Glass Fiber-Reinforced Polymer (GFRP) Bars—Code and Commentary
CODE-355.2-22: Post-Installed Mechanical Anchors in Concrete—Qualification Requirements and Commentary
PRC-549.3-22: Glass Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Premix—Report
SPEC-440.5-22: Construction with Glass Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Reinforcing Bars - Specification
PRC-560-22: Insulating Concrete Form Design and Construction—Report
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
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