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Title: 523.4R-09: Guide for Design and Construction with Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Panels
Author(s): ACI Committee 523
Publication: Technical Documents
Appears on pages(s): 81
Keywords: autoclaved aerated concrete; construction; design; panels; reinforced panels.
Abstract:This guide is intended for use by architects, engineers, contractors, building officials, and manufacturers. Its purpose is to present, in a single source, information that can help those individuals design, specify, and construct with factory-reinforced panels of autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC). In this guide, introductory information on AAC is first presented, followed by a description of its manufacture, guidance on structural design using reinforced panels, and guidance on construction with such panels. The body of this guide ends with an extensive background chapter on the material characteristics of AAC, and the structural behavior and design of AAC elements