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This report is the authoritative glossary for cement and concrete technology. It is to be used generally and specifically in ACI technical communications, correspondence, and publications.
The Collection Online includes all new committee standards and reports released throughout the year. The most recently added include:
CCS-4(20): Shotcrete for the Craftsman
CODE-376-23: Refrigerated Liquefied Gas Containment for Concrete Structures—Code Requirements and Commentary
PRC-522-23: Pervious Concrete—Report
SPEC-308.1-23: External Curing of Cast-in-Place Concrete—Specification
PRC-201.2-23: Durable Concrete—Guide
PRC-228.3-23: What an Owner Should Know about Nondestructive Testing—TechNote
SPEC-548.16-21: Epoxy and Aggregate High Friction Surface on Concrete—Specification (SI Units)
CODE-369.1-22: Seismic Evaluation and Retrofit of Existing Concrete Buildings—Code and Commentary (SI Units)
PRC-506.7-23: Shotcrete Preconstruction Mockup—TechNote
CODE-440.11-22 (SI Units): Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete Reinforced with Glass Fiber-Reinforced Polymer (GFRP) Bars -Code and Commentary