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Title: Revisions to: Recommendations for Design, Manufacture, and Installation of Concrete
Author(s): ACI Committee 543
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 477-492
Keywords: augered piles; bearing capacity; composite con-struction
(concrete and steel); concrete construction; con-crete
piles; corrosion; foundations;
Abstract:Extensive revisions to the Committee 543 report published in the August 1973 ACI JOURNAL are presented; each is identified as to the paragraph or section in the original report which it supplants. Many of the revisions are made to improve clarity of the original, or to provide added information. Where significant technical reasons for the changes are not apparent in the revised text, comments from the committee are presented following the modified section. The original report presented recommendations to assist the design engineer, the manufacturer, the field engineer, and the contractor in the design and use of the various types of concrete piles for many kinds of construction.
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