363R-10 Report on High-Strength Concrete

363R-10 Report on High-Strength Concrete

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This report summarizes currently available information about high strength concrete (HSC). Topics discussed include selection of materials, concrete mixture proportions, ordering, batching, mixing, transporting, placing, quality control, concrete properties, structural design, economic considerations, and applications.

Keywords: concrete properties; economic considerations; high-strength concrete; material selection; mixture proportions; structural applications; structural design; quality control.

 

Document Details

Author: ACI Committee 363

Publication Year: 2010

Pages: 65.00

ISBN: 9780870314612

Categories: High Performance Concrete

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

Chapter 1—Introduction

1.1—Historical background

1.2—Definition of high-strength concrete

1.3—Scope of report

Chapter 2—Notation, definitions, and acronyms

2.1—Notation

2.2—Definitions

2.3—Acronyms

Chapter 3—Selection of material

3.1—Introduction

3.2—Cementitious materials

3.3—Admixtures

3.4—Aggregates

3.5—Water

Chapter 4—Concrete mixture proportions

4.1—Introduction

4.2—Strength required

4.3—Test age

4.4—Water-cementitious material ratio

4.5—Cementitious material content

4.6—Air entrainment

4.7—Aggregate proportions

4.8—Proportioning with supplementary cementitious materials and chemical admixtures

4.9—Workability

4.10—Trial batches

Chapter 5—Ordering, batching, mixing, transporting, placing, curing, and quality-control procedures

5.1—Introduction

5.2—Ordering

5.3—Batching

5.4—Mixing

5.5—Transporting

5.6—Placing procedures

5.7—Curing

5.8—Quality control and testing

Chapter 6—Properties of high-strength concrete

6.1—Introduction

6.2—Stress-strain behavior in uniaxial compression

6.3—Modulus of elasticity

6.4—Poisson’s ratio

6.5—Modulus of rupture

6.6—Splitting tensile strength

6.7—Fatigue behavior

6.8—Unit density

6.9—Thermal properties

6.10—Heat evolution due to hydration

6.11—Strength gain with age

6.12—Resistance to freezing and thawing

6.13—Abrasion resistance

6.14—Shrinkage

6.15—Creep

6.16—Permeability

6.17—Scaling resistance

6.18—Fire resistance

Chapter 7—Structural design considerations

7.1—Introduction

7.2—Concentrically loaded columns

7.3—Beams and one-way slabs

7.4—Prestressed concrete beams

7.5—Eccentrically loaded columns

Chapter 8—Economic considerations

8.1—Introduction

8.2—Cost studies

8.3—Selection of materials

8.4—Quality control

8.5—Conclusions

Chapter 9—Applications

9.1—Introduction

9.2—Buildings

9.3—Bridges

9.4—Offshore structures

9.5—Other applications

Chapter 10—Summary

Chapter 11—References

11.1—Referenced standards and reports

11.2—Cited reference

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