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ACI code for evaluating existing buildings prior to repair
What steps are taken in the repair of concrete structures?
Determining the cause of a crack
Do we always need to repair cracked concrete?
Are epoxy resins widely used in concrete construction and repair?
Are polymer concrete and polymer-modified concrete used in repairs?
What is shotcrete and when is it used?
Alternative methods for measuring crack width
Substantial structural damage
Using core strength to calculate compressive strength of an existing structure
Increasing the load capacity of a slab-on-ground using an overlay
Legacy building codes
Load factors used in the 1963 building code
Minimum concrete cover for balconies with PT cables
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