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Title: MCPCD10: 2010 CD-ROM Edition of Manual of Concrete Practice
Publication: Technical Documents
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Abstract:Note: A newer version of this document exists. This document was replaced by MCPCD11.
ACI Manual of Concrete Practice (MCP) is the most comprehensive concrete reference set available. It contains all of the widely used ACI concrete and masonry code requirements, specifications, guides and reports.
The Advantage of CD-ROM:
The MCP-CD uses sophisticated search and retrieval software to instantly access the most comprehensive set of documents available on concrete technology. Each year an updated CD-ROM is available to provide the most current and frequently demanded information at the touch of a key. Waste no more time looking for an ACI standard that is referenced in project specifications. Instantly retrieve that technical reference that you need.
Comprehensive and Authoritive
Developed to be comprehensive and used in combination with the hard copy 2010 Manual of Concrete Practice, the MCP-CD contains all of the ACI documents you need to answer your questions about code requirements, specifications, tolerances, concrete proportions, construction methods, evaluations of test results, and many more topics. In fact, the 2010 MCP-CD includes 195 of the most used documents on concrete technology.
The Most-Used Documents on Concrete Technology
An encyclopedia of concrete technology, the 2010 MCP-CD has information needed by the engineer, architect, contractor, concrete/concrete product producer. . . Everyone involved in the design and use of concrete.
* Design of reinforced concrete and masonry structures
* Design and construction of floors on grade, pavements, and parking lots
* Specification writing
* Concrete mixture proportioning
* Concrete mixing, transporting, and placing
* Hot- and cold-weather concreting
* Inspection and testing
* Construction tolerances
* Repair, Renovation, and Rehabilitation
Search the 2010 MCP-CD by subject, keyword, proper name, or any word in the text - single words or phrases.
Search all 195 documents, a selected group of documents, or only one document.
Use Boolean logic (AND
Instantly retrieve the Table of Contents for any document
Jump directly to any section of a document
Use Hypertext links to jump to related sections of other documents, such as
between the ACI 318 Building Code and Commentary
Retrieve graphic images on screen. Zoom and rotate graphics
Layer multiple windows to view two or more text or graphic displays simultaneously
Print selected pages or entire documents, with or without images
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
x86-based (Pentium equivalent) personal computer (586 minimum)
Windows 7, Vista, XP, Me, 2000
64 MB application RAM
For best viewing results, a color SVGA monitor running at 800 x 600 resolution (minimum) is recommended
Note: A newer version of this document exists. This document was replaced by MCPCD11.