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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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October 1, 2022
For their outstanding achievements and service to the Institute, ACI will recognize several individuals during the ACI Concrete Convention – Fall 2022 in Dallas, TX, USA.
The 1.2 km (0.75 mile) Shura Bridge will provide main access to Shura Island, the main island in The Red Sea Project in Saudi Arabia. To deliver time savings, the project’s 60 precast concrete bridge-beam and edge-beam segments are being installed onto piers using a mobile floating crane concept.
The staff engineers of ACI are part of an unparalleled talent pool among the associations that support the concrete industry. Combined, this group can claim about 400 years of extensive experience with design, construction projects and products, and academia and research—including previous engineering employment and years of service as part of ACI
The transverse joint detail on a concrete pavement project called for smooth dowel bars. Due to unavailability of such bars, the general contractor directed the concrete contractor to use greased deformed reinforcing bars instead. Will the greased deformed bars work as an equivalent to smooth dowels in contraction joints?
by Aram Kalousdian
An assembly system of vertical construction is used for the construction of a 16-story mixed-use residential development in Detroit’s Greektown district. The technology allows workers to assemble floor plates; façade elements; and selected mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems at ground level. One-by one, the assemblies are raised and locked into their final positions through connections with the building’s two reinforced concrete cores.
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