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Title: ACI Standard Specifications Structural Concrete for Buildings (Errata/Addendum to ACI 301-66)
Author(s): ACI Committee 301
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 729-731
Keywords: ACI standard;admixture;aggregate;air entrainment;architectural concrete; compressive strength;conveying;curing;depositing;duct;durablity;evaluation; exposed aggregate;failure;finishing;formwork;grouting;joint;lightweight concrete;mass concrete;materials.
Abstract:These specifications are a reference standard which the engineer or architect may make applicable to any building project by citing them in the 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. Four lists are provided listing places in these specifications and items that will require, or may require, specific treatment by the specification writer. The list of items requiring designation or specification are classed as: mandatory; additional manda-tory, items designated or specified if the subject matter applies to the project; requirements at variance with these provisions; and requirements which are purely optional.
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