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Document: 

5062M1318

Date: 

November 12, 2019

Author(s):

ACI Committee 506

Abstract:

This specification contains the construction requirements for the application of shotcrete. Both wet- and dry-mixture shotcrete are addressed, as well as fiber-reinforced shotcrete. The minimum standard for materials, properties, testing, and application are covered. The materials, processes, quality control measures, and inspections described in this specification should be tested, monitored, or performed as applicable only by individuals holding the appropriate ACI certifications or equivalent.


Document: 

Vol41No11_full

Date: 

November 1, 2019

Publication:

Concrete International

Volume:

41

Issue:

11


Document: 

SJ November 2019 V. 116 No. 6

Date: 

November 1, 2019

Author(s):

Complete Journal

Publication:

Structural Journal

Volume:

116

Issue:

6


Document: 

D116-S06

Date: 

November 1, 2019

Author(s):

Himat Solanki

Publication:

Structural Journal

Volume:

116

Issue:

6

Abstract:

Disc. 116-S24/From the January 2019 ACI Structural Journal, p. 261 Strength of Reinforced Concrete Pier Caps—Experimental Validation of Strut-and-Tie Method. Paper by Indu Geevar and Devdas Menon


Document: 

CI4111YoungerProfessionals

Date: 

November 1, 2019

Publication:

Concrete International

Volume:

41

Issue:

11

Abstract:

How Louisiana Chapter – ACI is ushering in the next generation of industry leaders


Document: 

CI4111VanNiejenhuis

Date: 

November 1, 2019

Author(s):

Colin B. Van Niejenhuis and Carolyn M. Hansson

Publication:

Concrete International

Volume:

41

Issue:

11

Abstract:

Sodium chloride, calcium chloride, or magnesium chloride anti-icing brines are more efficient at preventing ice build-up on roads than rock salt crystals. However, as shown in various studies, they can be detrimental to concrete and promote scaling or joint deterioration. This article presents results of a 5-year evaluation of mechanical properties of concrete cylinders immersed in four anti-icing brines and tested in compression.


Document: 

CI4111SuccessfulChaptersNetwork

Date: 

November 1, 2019

Publication:

Concrete International

Volume:

41

Issue:

11

Abstract:

Networking with concrete professionals is essential for successful chapters.


Document: 

CI4111StudentCert

Date: 

November 1, 2019

Publication:

Concrete International

Volume:

41

Issue:

11

Abstract:

Local chapters are equipping college students to hit the ground running.


Document: 

CI4111SanchezTerra

Date: 

November 1, 2019

Author(s):

Leandro F.M. Sanchez and Marcelo Terra

Publication:

Concrete International

Volume:

41

Issue:

11

Abstract:

The damage rating index (DRI) is among the most promising microscopy methods for condition assessment of concrete infrastructures. However, it requires experts to perform time-consuming petrographic microscopy of samples. The article discusses a study aimed at automating DRI assessments using machine learning (ML). It is expected that ML will reduce the subjectively yet increase the speed, reproducibility, accessibility, and accuracy of DRI determination.


Document: 

CI4111LeadershipTraining6

Date: 

November 1, 2019

Publication:

Concrete International

Volume:

41

Issue:

11

Abstract:

Chapter officers who attended the 2019 Leadership Training event compiled a list of topics and presenters to share with all chapter officers.


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