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Curing and curling of concrete slabs over vapor retarders
Tolerances for concrete slabs supporting steel tanks
Two-way slabs design, ACI 318 vs. FEM
Cleaning slabs during tilt-up construction
Consolidation of concrete—required or not?
Increasing the load capacity of a slab-on-ground using an overlay
Curing Cylinders for Acceptance Testing
Acceptable concrete cracking
Air tests for nonair-entrained concrete
What nominal maximum sizes of aggregate are recommended?
Difference between a contraction joint, isolation joint, expansion joint, construction joint, and a cold joint
Substantial structural damage
Heat of hydration and the importance of controlling it
What are shrinkage-compensating expansive cement and concrete?
What is curing?
How is the shrinkage of concrete determined?
Curling, shrinkage, and w/cm
Tolerances for floors supporting operable partitions
Design of Slabs-on-ground
Minimum concrete cover for balconies with PT cables
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