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Title: SP-4 (95): Formwork for Concrete
Author(s): Mary K. Hurd
Publication: Technical Documents
Appears on pages(s): 500
Abstract:Note: A newer version of this document exists. This document was replaced by SP-04 (7TH).
As much as 60% of structural concrete cost is in the formwork. The 6th edition of this classic formwork manual includes a complete reference guide for manufactured wood products and design practices for timber. It also includes detailed coverage of loads and form pressures, design tables, formwork drawings, and instructions for building, erecting, and stripping the forms. This authoritative reference source covers topics that include shells, domes, folded plates, tunnel and shaft forms, formwork for architectural concrete, and OSHA regulations. You cannot afford to be without the valuable formwork information in this 500-page book that also contains more than 550 photographs and drawings. Order your copy of the 6th edition of Formwork for Concrete today!
Note: A newer version of this document exists. This document was replaced by SP-04 (7TH).