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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, 1971
Shu-T'ien Li and Hsin-Hsiu Kuo
Part I: Significant Attributes and Mix-Design Methods - A study is made of high-quality high-strength concrete, its significant attributes, mix-design methods, and application of economic-strength designs to bridge members and piles. This Part I first treats of such attributes as consistent density, compressive strength, high-early compressive strength, modulus of elasticity, shrinkage, creep, impermeability, and durability.
The paper reports on new prestressing tendons, which have been designed to achieve reliable bond, to guarantee corrosion protection, and to eliminate elastic and plastic slippage in anchors and couplings. Information about comparative tests on stress corrosion will be given.
A.C. Scordelis and R.E. Davis
Three methods for the theoretical assessment of structural behavior of multi-celled box girder bridges with or without interior diaphragms or supports are briefly described.
A scarf connection suitable for realizing continuity between precast prestressed segments at points of inflection in composite prestressed concrete bridges is described.
Zenon A. Zielinski
On the basis of the author's research carried on since 1957, he defines strength limits of reinforced concrete beams, and strength in inclined cracking in particular. It appears that inclined cracking due to shear does not terminate the work of the beam.
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