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The International Concrete Abstracts Portal is an ACI led collaboration with leading technical organizations from within the international concrete industry and offers the most comprehensive collection of published concrete abstracts.
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January 1, 1965
Editor: William A. Cordon
A collection of seven papers that pinpoint problem areas of concern and their sollutions to architects, engineers, material suppliers, and manufacturers of precast concrete panels.
Geoffrey A. Collens
This report is a London architect's analysis and commentary on various buildings with precast concrete structural walls and precast concrete curtain wulls made on a tour of the United States. British structures are also discussed. Also includes 'Tests for Precast Wall Panels' as reported by Subcommittee V, ACI Committee 533.
T. W. Hunt
Reviews the development of precast concrete wall panels. Discusses early exposed aggregate work, panel shape, use of color, structural panels, sandwich panels, and shocked concrete.
D. W. Pfeifer and J. A. Hanson
Describes an investigation of the structural behavior of 31 cancrete sandwich panels tested under uniform flexural loading. Panel designs included different types of insulating core materials and different methods of providing positive shear connections between the reinforced concrete shells.
Sheng Pao Sheng
Investigations were made on several existing buildings, and the results analyzed. Some tentative conclusions as to bowing, warpage, and movement are presented here fur further discussion and study.
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