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Title: Specifications for Cast-in-Place Nonreinforced Concrete Pipe (ACI 346-70)
Author(s): ACI Committee 346
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 441
Keywords: admixtures (concrete); aggregates; air enterainment; cast-in-place pipe; compressive strength; concrete construction; concrete pipe; concretes; curing; finishing; formwork (construction); joints; mixing; mix proporitioning; patching; placing repairs.
Abstract:These specifications are a reference standard which the engineer or architect may make applicable to any cast-in-place pipe project by citing them in the project specifications. Individual chapters or sections should not be copied into project specifications. Individual chapters or sections should not be copied into project specifications since their meanings will be changed by taking them out of context. The specifications need to be supplemented by designating or specifying individual project requirements. A list is provided indicating places in these specifications and items that will require, or may require, specific treatment by the specification writer.
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