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Increasing the load capacity of a slab-on-ground using an overlay
How should the concrete be consolidated to obtain a complete filling of the forms and around the...
Difference between a contraction joint, isolation joint, expansion joint, construction joint, an...
Requirements for durable concrete
Does additional curing improve the properties of concrete in other ways than in strength?
Are epoxy resins widely used in concrete construction and repair?
Popouts or popoffs?
What methods of capping are recommended for compression specimens?
Why is consolidation needed?
Form release agents
What is shotcrete and when is it used?
The effect of aggregate shape on concrete strength
Cleaning slabs during tilt-up construction
The effect of surface texture and cleanness on concrete strength
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