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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, 1968
Editor: James D. Kreigh
Contains 12 papers on the uses, application techniques, and methods of determining physical and bonding characteristics of epoxies and on important facets of preparing application specifications
Portland-cement concreet in the floor of the outlet works at Fort Randall Dam, Pickstown, South Dakota was damaged by cavitation from high-velocity water flow. An engineering study indicated that repair could be accomplished most economically with epoxy-resin materials.
Widespread acceptance of epoxy surface treatments for pavements has been limited in part by problems associated with pinholding, poor surface appearance, and sheet detachment.
The history of epoxy-resin adhesives for bonding concrete and other materials to concrete is reviewed.
The mechanism of concrete failure is discussed. Concrete in a bridge deck is subjected to stresses resulting from six dimensional changes.
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