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The International Concrete Abstracts Portal is an ACI led collaboration with leading technical organizations from within the international concrete industry and offers the most comprehensive collection of published concrete abstracts.
Title: MCPCD11: Manual of Concrete Practice CD 2011
Publication: Technical Documents
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Abstract:Note: A newer version of this document exists. This document was replaced by MCPCD12.
**CD-ROM** - - 2011 Version
Comprehensive and Authoritive
Developed to be comprehensive. The 2011 MCP 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 2011 MCP includes 217 of the most used documents on concrete technology. It includes the 2008 version of ACI's Building Code for Structural Concrete (318-08) and Commentary (318R-08).
- The largest, single source of concrete information
- More than 217 documents
- Six parts, plus a separate index
- Documents easier to locate because they're arranged in numerical order
The Most-Used Documents on Concrete Technology
An encyclopedia of concrete technology, the 2011 MCP has information needed by the engineer, architect, contractor, concrete/concrete product producer. . . Everyone involved in the design and use of concrete.
Topics Include: * 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; * Formwork; * Inspection and testing; * Construction tolerances; * Repair, Renovation, and Rehabilitation; and * Troubleshooting.
CD's are digitally protected from duplication by protectedpdf and require Adobe Reader 7.0 or later. Single -user license allows software to be installed on one computer (installation to a network or sharing the software on other computers is not permitted).
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Note: A newer version of this document exists. This document was replaced by MCPCD12.