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Title: ACI 214 Recommended Practice--What Practices Does It Recommend and What Does It Mean?
Author(s): Howard T. Arni
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 19-36
Keywords: average; coefficient of variation; compression tests; compressive strength; concretes; distribution functions; moving average; quality control; range (extremes); standard deviation; standards; statistical analysis; statistical distribution
Abstract:ACI Standard 214 is a Recommended Practice for Evaluation of Compression Test Results of Field Concrete. The primary function of such tests, as stated in the document, is "to insure production of uniform concrete of desired strength and quality."
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