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Title: CRC 93: Guide to Formed Concrete Surfaces
Author(s): Ward. R. Malisch and Heather J. Brown
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Abstract:ACI 347.3R-13, “Guide to Formed Concrete Surfaces,” was published in early 2014. The Guide defines four formed concrete surface categories (CSCs). The lowest classification is CSC1 (the Guide gives basement walls as an example) and the highest classification is CSC4 (the Guide gives monumental or landmark structures for examples).
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