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This guide describes specific types of concrete deterioration. Each chapter contains a discussion of the mechanisms involved and the recommended requirements for individual components of concrete, quality considerations for concrete mixtures, construction procedures, and influences of the exposure environment, which are all important considerations to ensure concrete durability.
This guide was developed for conventional concrete but is generally applicable to specialty concretes; however, specialty concretes, such as roller-compacted or pervious concrete, may have unique durability-related issues that deserve further attention that are not addressed herein.
The Collection Online includes all new committee standards and reports released throughout the year. The most recently added include:
549R-18 Report on Ferrocement
ACI Collection Index
506.6T-17 Visual Shotcrete Core Quality Evaluation Technote
304.2R-17 Guide to Placing Concrete by Pumping Methods
131.2R-17 Guide to Use of Industry Foundation Classes in Exchange of Reinforcement Models
369.1-17 Standard Requirements for Seismic Evaluation and Retrofit of Existing Concrete Buildings
207.6R-17 Report on the Erosion of Concrete in Hydraulic Structures
365.1R-17 Report on Service Life Prediction
233R-17 Guide to the Use of Slag Cement in Concrete and Mortar
550.1R-09(17) Guide to Emulating Cast-in-Place Detailing for Seismic Design of Precast Concrete Structures