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Document: 

Vol41No7_Full

Date: 

July 1, 2019

Publication:

Concrete International

Volume:

41

Issue:

7


Document: 

SJ July 2019 V. 116 No. 4

Date: 

July 1, 2019

Author(s):

Complete Journal

Publication:

Structural Journal

Volume:

116

Issue:

4


Document: 

D116-S04

Date: 

July 1, 2019

Author(s):

Emil de Souza Sánchez Filho, Júlio. J. Holtz Silva Filho, and Amaro Francisco Codá dos Santos; Jianwei Huang; William L. Gamble

Publication:

Structural Journal

Volume:

116

Issue:

4

Abstract:

Disc. 115-S97/From the September 2018 ACI Structural Journal, p. 1267 Torsion Experiment and Cracking-Torque Formulas of Prestressed Concrete Beams. Paper by Chyuan-Hwan Jeng and Min Chao Disc. 115-S100/From the September 2018 ACI Structural Journal, p.1307 Behavior of Concrete Beams Reinforced with Steel Plates, by Muhammad N. S. Hadi, Mazin M. Sarhan, and Lip H. Teh Disc. 115-S104/From the September 2018 ACI Structural Journal, p.1353 Flexural Strength and Design Analysis of Circular Reinforced Concrete Members with Glass Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Bars and Spirals, by S. Mousa, H. M. Mohamed, and B. Benmokrane


Document: 

CI4107Sfikas

Date: 

July 1, 2019

Author(s):

Ioannis P. Sfikas, Leo D. McKibbins, and George Daoutis

Publication:

Concrete International

Volume:

41

Issue:

7

Abstract:

The New Orbital Highway (NOH) is a vital component of Qatar’s preparation for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Contract 3 (NOH3) is the largest of four contracts on this project. Using advanced deterioration modeling tools and thermal analysis models, minimum requirements for concrete materials and mixture designs were specified to accommodate the very aggressive local environment and ground conditions. This article summarizes the actions taken to ensure a 120-year design life for major concrete structures of Qatar’s NOH3 project.


Document: 

CI4107SCAawards

Date: 

July 1, 2019

Publication:

Concrete International

Volume:

41

Issue:

7

Abstract:

The Slag Cement Association (SCA) has been honoring the exceptional use of slag cement in concrete construction since 2010 with the Slag Cement Project of the Year Awards.


Document: 

CI4107Q&A

Date: 

July 1, 2019

Author(s):

Donald F. Meinheit and Loring A. Wyllie Jr.

Publication:

Concrete International

Volume:

41

Issue:

7

Abstract:

Q: We are planning to use threaded reinforcing bars as anchor rods for connection of base plates (of steel or precast columns) to cast-in-place foundation elements. We intend to specify that the bars are supplied with threaded heads. In ACI 318-14,1 it seems that the design of headed reinforcing bars could be governed either by Chapter 25—Reinforcement Details or Chapter 17—­Anchoring to Concrete. However, the headed reinforcing bars shown in the commentary of Chapter 25 appear to be used in joints of concrete elements (for example, a beam framing into a wall or column) and subjected primarily to tension forces. In our application, the bars will anchor steel or precast elements to concrete and are subjected to tension forces, shear forces, or both. Can we use the provisions in Chapter 25 to design the anchor rods?


Document: 

CI4107LongTimeMembers

Date: 

July 1, 2019

Publication:

Concrete International

Volume:

41

Issue:

7

Abstract:

It is our pleasure to congratulate individuals in 2019 who will have supported ACI for 25 and 45 years.


Document: 

CI4107Knowledge

Date: 

July 1, 2019

Publication:

Concrete International

Volume:

41

Issue:

7

Abstract:

The ACI Foundation’s Strategic Development Council (SDC) will host Technology Forum 46 in Pittsburgh, PA, on August 27-29, 2019.


Document: 

CI4107Hololens

Date: 

July 1, 2019

Publication:

Concrete International

Volume:

41

Issue:

7

Abstract:

The HoloLens 2 is a wearable cloud-enabled computer that produces holograms—three-dimensional virtual objects. The latest generation of HoloLens allows users to see multiple holograms at once, all laid over reality, through its wide field of view. These holograms can be rotated and manipulated, while voice commands allow users to further control the device, even in loud industrial settings. Holograms can be shared among HoloLens devices or iPhones, Androids, and tablets, encouraging collaboration.


Document: 

CI4107FoundationAwards

Date: 

July 1, 2019

Publication:

Concrete International

Volume:

41

Issue:

7

Abstract:

The ACI Foundation has announced its 2019-2020 Fellowship and Scholarship recipients.


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