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Title: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Experience with Roller-Compacted Concrete Pavements
Author(s): David W. Pittman
Publication: Web Session
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Keywords: ACI Spring 2012 Convention, Dallas, TX
Abstract:The proper design and application of cement-based grouts is moving away from an art toward a complex interdisciplinary science. The proper design and testing of cement grouts have marked effects on the performance of the grouted formation. Case studies presented in these sessions will highlight recent innovations in the area of cement grouting formulations, new quality control testing procedures, and innovative grouting materials. The sessions should be of interest to concrete technologists, materials suppliers, structural and geotechnical engineers, geologists, and contractors dealing with grouting. Highlighted case studies include injection grouting of underground water pipes; grouting of long tunnel linings, dams, and bridges; and waste containments.
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