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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: Bridge Decks: Maintenance and Repair
Author(s): Carl F. Stewart; Charles A. Kline; Jonathan R. Van Deever; Orrin Riley; W.T. McKeel, Jr. and S.S. Tyson
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 685-713
Keywords: bleeding (concrete); bridge decks; concrete con-struction;
concretes; consolidation; corrosion; cover; crack-ing
(fracturing); curing; durability; finishing; formwork
Abstract:A collection of five papers relating to durability, maintenance, and repair of concrete highway bridge decks. These five papers were based on presentations at a symposium sponsored by ACI Committee 345, Concrete BridgeConstruction and Maintenance, at the 1974 Annual Con . vention in San Francisco. The subjects discussed include: design considerations inspection, preconstruction planning, falsework and form work, reinforcement, concrete materials and properties measuring and mixing, curing, postconstruction care, and use of overlays.
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