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Title: SP-116: Polymers in Concrete: Advances and Applications
Author(s): Editors: Peter Mendis and Charles McClaskey
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 214
Polymers in Concrete: Advances and Applications gathers and evaluates the latest information on the effects of polymers in concrete. This important ACI publication, a collection of 12 symposium papers combining the development of new concrete polymer materials, give greater insight into the advances of polymer concrete. Gathering expertise form around the world, Polymers in Concrete: Advances and Applications presents case studies such as cold weather polymer concrete repair; performance of multiple layer polymer concrete overlays on bridge decks; electrically conductive polymer concrete facing; influence of aggregate on the fracture properties of polyester polymer concrete; and future trends in polymer concrete. The mission of ACI Committee 548 is to gather and evaluate information on the effects of polymers in concrete. It has sponsored six symposia, all of which have received world-wide acclaim.
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