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Volunteers from ACI’s international chapters and international partner associations have translated CI articles into several languages. This activity helps advance the mission of ACI by further disseminating knowledge of concrete technology around the world.




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Extrusion-based, three-dimensional concrete printing (3DCP) is one of the main areas of development in architectural and construction robotics, however, the process remains characterized by limited levels of automation. To move 3DCP closer to a truly automated digital fabrication, a group of Danish researchers and companies established the 3DLOOP project.

Available in the following language(s): Spanish

Prefabricated curtain wall façade panels in high-rise buildings are often attached to the structure by anchor channels. To maximize floor space in these structures, connection points of the façade panels are moving closer to the edge, while concrete decks are becoming thinner. To overcome these challenges, an anchor channel supplemented with anchor reinforcement has been developed.

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The article presents a recently completed preliminary study of the effects of finishing and surface treatments on durability of decorative concrete. It discusses results of water-absorption testing per RILEM Test Method 11.4 and modified ASTM C1585, as well as abrasion resistance testing per ASTM C944/C944M and with a Chaplin Abrasion Tester, conducted on specimens representing hard-troweled, stamped, and exposed aggregate finishes with various surface treatments.

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As fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) reinforcement is being implemented in concrete structures in the United States, there is a need for consensus-based, well-established, and well-recognized FRP-related standards and specifications. The article focuses on documents currently available and adopted by various departments of transportation and building officials as well as the process from certification to field implementation of FRP reinforcement in concrete structures.

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Can vapor retarders protect concrete slabs-on-ground from sulfate attack? The authors believe they can. To support this claim, the article discusses durability requirements in ACI 318, as well as exposure requirements in other industry standards and reports, and provides test data from evaluations of systems for isolating concrete from aggressive environments, a contractor- sponsored study, and a manufacturer-sponsored study.

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