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Title: SP-284: Andy Scanlon Symposium on Serviceability and Safety of Concrete Structures: From Research to Practice
Author(s): Editors: Peter H. Bischoff, Eric Musselman, Shawn Gross, and Hani Nassif / Sponsored by: ACI Committee 435 and ACI Committee 348
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 350
Abstract:This CD-ROM contains 21 papers that were presented at sessions sponsored jointly by Committee 435 & 348 at the ACI Fall 2011 Convention in Cincinnati, Ohio. The papers encompass a broad overview on the important issues related to serviceability and safety of structures from both a theoretical and design perspective. There are 15 papers on serviceability related to deflection and cracking, an additional 5 papers on topics related to various aspects of safety, and 1 paper on sustainability issues.
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