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Title: Review of Methods Used to Seal Expansion Joint Armoring or Nosing Angle to Concrete Interface and a Solution to the Problem of Leakage at this Location
Author(s): Michael Ciceri
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 585-598
Keywords: Bleeding; concretes; epoxy resins; seepage; shrinking; steels; voids.
Abstract:A variety of methods have been utilized by designers to eliminate the water seepage path at the joint armouring or nosing angle and concrete interface. This paper provides a description of common methods of sealing this interface, the problems encountered with current practice and an effective solution recently specified by the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario.
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