Webinar: Cold Weather Concrete 2017 Series

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Part 1: Cold Weather Concrete: Guide Updates and Field Applications

DATE: Tuesday, January 31 2017

TIME: 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm EST

Part 2: Cold Weather Concrete: Research on Placement and Early-Age Behavior

DATE: Thursday, February 2 2017

TIME: 1:00 pm to 2:15 pm EST

Total Continuing Education Credit: 0.225 CEU (2.25 PDH)

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Description

This is a two-part webinar series.

Part 1: Cold Weather Concrete: Guide Updates and Field Applications

Description: Cold weather concrete is a concern for the constructor and the owner alike. This webinar will review updates to ACI 306R-16, “Guide to Cold Weather Concreting.” This document provides assistance in judging the appropriate actions and precautions for cold weather construction. The second presentation will provide a contractor perspective on field applications for cold weather concreting.

Part 2: Cold Weather Concrete: Research on Placement and Early-Age Behavior

Description: This webinar will review research on the placement of concrete on cold surfaces and address the practice of heating formwork and reinforcement prior to placement. The second presentation will present information on the response of concrete exposed to cold temperatures at early ages.

 

Document Details

Author: Holck, Kozikowski, MacDonald, Garza

Publication Year: 2017

ISBN:

Categories: Cold Weather

Formats: Online Learning

Table of Contents

Part 1: Cold Weather Concrete: Guide Updates and Field Applications

Learning Objectives:

1. Summarize the changes to ACI 306R-16, “Guide to Cold Weather Concreting.”

2. Discuss why ACI 306R-16 has inserted recommendations and eliminated requirements.

3. Recognize practical cold weather concreting techniques for placement in various scenarios.

4. Understand the contractor’s role in achieving the goals of ACI 306R-16.

Part 2: Cold Weather Concrete: Research on Placement and Early-Age Behavior

Learning Objectives:

1. Discuss research data to develop a better understanding of heat transfer between cold surfaces and fresh concrete.

2. Use research data to develop economical solutions for warming cold surfaces during cold weather conditions.

3. Understand the nature of water in concrete before, during, and after setting.

4. Describe the physical response in concrete exposed to freezing temperatures before setting, at the time of setting, and after some strength gain has occurred.

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