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ACI 318-02

ACI 318-02 ACI 318-02 is an essential addition to your technical library. The most comprehensive revisions

ACI 318-02 is an essential addition to your technical library.

The most comprehensive revisions of ACI 318 since the introduction of strength design in 1956.

WHY YOU NEED ACI 318/318R-02, BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS FOR STRUCTURAL CONCRETE AND COMMENTARY:

Widely adopted by reference in general building codes Based on experiment and experience Backed by a commentary giving details and references to much of the experimental data

SOME OF THE EXTENSIVE REVISIONS FROM ACI 318-99 INCLUDE:

A change in strength overdesign values and acceptance criteria for concrete; Inclusion of ASCE 7-98 load factors and modified f factors in Chapter 9; Inclusion of a simpler skin-reinforcement calculation method for members subjected to flexure and axial loads; Removal of barriers to the use of higher-strength concrete; Clarified torsion provisions; Modified provisions for shear reinforcement and shearheads in slabs; Explicit provisions for partially prestressed concrete flexural members; Updated Chapter 21, Special Provisions for Seismic Design, including new requirements for the use of precast, and additional requirements for hoops in intermediate frames, reinforcing placement at slab edge and corner connections; and shear strength of two-way slab systems used as intermediate moment frames; A new Appendix A giving requirements for applying strut-and-tie modeling; A new Appendix D on anchoring to concrete.

Just one of the results of these comprehensive revisions is a more reliable indication of flexural-member behavior under a wide variety of geometries and loading conditions.

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MCP 2002

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See pages 50-51 for detailed contents of each part.

Founded in 1904 , the American Concrete Institute (ACI International) is a technical and education
Founded in 1904 , the American Concrete Institute (ACI International) is a technical and education

Founded in 1904, the American

Concrete Institute (ACI International) is a technical and education society dedicated to improving the design, construction, maintenance and repair of concrete and masonry structures.

Our annual catalog is a compilation of all the products we have to offer. It includes a concise description of the more than 400 Technical Committee documents, Special Publications and Compilations. It also lists Education and Certification Publications, Seminar and Certification programs and information on how to join ACI.

Certification programs and information on how to join ACI. ACI WORLD HEADQUARTERS This catalog is arranged

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This catalog is arranged according to technical areas of interest. It can be searched either by the Topical Index in the front of the catalog or by the Numerical Index in the back. Below is a summary of what you will find in this catalog:

Topical Index

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Certification Programs

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Building Code Requirements

Page 18

Educational Seminars

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Manual of Concrete Practice-2002

Page 49

Industry Publications

Page 82

Publication Numerical Index

Page 91

Membership Information/Application

Page 97

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2002 TOPICAL INDEX

What ACI books do you need?

Technical Committee Documents

Codes, specifications, test methods, and reports are all consensus, current knowledge documents prepared by ACI committees and reviewed by ACI’s Technical Activities Committee. ACI Standards are also open for review by the general public.

Education Publications

These practice-oriented tools are intended to raise the competence level of concrete producers, contractors, technicians, engineers, and others.

ADMIXTURES

See also FLY ASH, SLAG, POZZOLANS, and SILICA FUME

Chemical Admixtures for Concrete

9

Guide for the Use of High-Range Water-Reducing Admixtures (Superplasticizers) in Concrete

9

Sixth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures in Concrete

9

Fifth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures in Concrete

9

Fourth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Superplasticizers and Chemical Admixtures in Concrete

9

Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures in Concrete

10

Chemical Admixtures

10

Chemical and Air-Entraining Admixtures for Concrete

10

ACI Seminar — Practical Concrete Materials

10

AESTHETICS

The Mercer Mile Buildings

10

AGGREGATES

See also LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE, MATERIALS, and MIXTURE PROPORTIONING

Guide for Use of Normal Weight and Heavyweight Aggregates in Concrete

10

Aggregates for Concrete

10

ACI Seminar — Practical Concrete Materials

10

ACI Certification Programs

10

ALKALI-AGGREGATE REACTION

See also DURABILITY

State-of-the-Art Report on Alkali-Aggregate Reactivity

11

Certification Publications

These publications provide resources for program participants preparing for ACI Certification exams. Each package contains the source document(s) from which the exams are derived, along with study questions, checklists, and information about the ACI Certification program.

Special Publications

ACI Special Publications are usually compilations of peer-reviewed papers from a seminar, session, or forum at an ACI convention or other conference.

Compilations

Compilations are collections of articles on a particular topic from ACI’s magazine, Concrete International.

ANCHORS

State-of-the-Art Report on Anchorage to Concrete

11

Evaluating the Performance of Post-Installed Mechanical Anchors in Concrete and Commentary

11

Embedment Design Examples

11

Guide to the Design of Anchor Bolts and Other Steel Embedments

11

ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE

Guide to Cast-in-Place Architectural Concrete Practice

11

Standard Specification for Cast-in-Place Architectural Concrete

11

Architectural Precast Concrete

12

BOND

See also REINFORCEMENT

State-of-the-Art Report: Bond Under Cyclic Loads

12

Splice and Development Length of High Relative Rib Area Reinforcing Bars in Tension and Commentary

12

Bond and Development of Reinforcement — A Tribute to Peter Gergely

12

BRIDGES

See also GUIDEWAYS and REPAIR

Analysis and Design of Reinforced Concrete Bridge Structures

12

Seismic Analysis and Design of Concrete Bridge Systems

12

Guide for Concrete Highway Bridge Deck Construction

12

Routine Maintenance of Concrete Bridges

12

Seismic Response of Concrete Bridges

13

Guide for Widening Highway Bridges

13

Concrete Bridges in Aggressive Environments

13

CELLULAR CONCRETE

See also CONTROLLED LOW-STRENGTH MATERIALS

Guide for Cast-in-Place Low-Density Concrete

13

Guide for Precast Cellular Concrete Floor, Roof, and Wall Units

13

Guide for Cellular Concretes Above 50 pcf and for Aggregate Concretes Above 50 pcf with Compressive Strengths Less Than 2500 psi

13

CEMENT

See also MIXTURE PROPORTIONING and POZZOLANS

Guide to the Selection and Use of Hydraulic Cements

13

Hydraulic Cement for Concrete

13

Cementitious Materials for Concrete

13

Lea’s Chemistry of Cement and Concrete

14

ACI Seminar — Practical Concrete Materials

14

ACI Seminar – Supplementary Cementitious Materials

14

CERTIFICATION

Aggregate Testing Technician

14

Technician Workbook for ACI Certification of Aggregate Field Testing Technician

14

Technician Workbook for ACI Certification of Aggregate Laboratory Testing Technician

14

Certification Videocassettes

15

Concrete Field Testing Technician — Grade I

16

Technician Workbook for ACI Certification of Concrete Field Testing Technician — Grade I

16

Technician Study Package

16

Concrete Flatwork Technician/Finisher

16

Craftsman Workbook for ACI Certification of Concrete Flatwork Technician/Finisher

16

Spanish Language Version of Craftsman Workbook for ACI Certification of Concrete Flatwork Finisher/Technician

16

Craftsman Study Package

16

Concrete Laboratory Testing Technician — Grade I & II

16

Technician Workbook for ACI Certification of Concrete Laboratory Testing Technician — Grade I & II

16

Laboratory Technician Study Package

17

Concrete Strength Testing Technician

17

Technician Workbook for ACI Certification of Concrete Strength Testing Technician

17

Shotcrete Nozzleman

17

Workbook for ACI Certification of Shotcrete Nozzlemen

17

Tilt-Up Supervisor

17

Workbook for ACI Certification of Tilt-Up Technicians and Supervisors

17

Concrete Transportation Construction Inspector and Inspector In-Training

17

Transportation Inspector Reference Package

17

CHIMNEYS

Design and Construction of Reinforced Concrete Chimneys and Commentary

18

CODES

Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete (ACI 318-99) and Commentary (318R-99)

18

Metric Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete and Commentary (318M-99)

18

PCA Notes on 318-99

18

318-99 and PCA Notes on CD-ROM

18

Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete (ACI 318-02) and Commentary (318R-02)

18

Student Special 318-02

18

Student Special SP-17

19

Code Requirements for Nuclear Safety Related Concrete Structures and Commentary

19

ACI Design Handbook [SP-17(97)]

19

Code Requirements for Environmental Engineering Concrete Structures and Commentary

19

Building Code Requirements for Masonry Structures and Specification

19

Code for Concrete Reactor Vessels and Containments

19

ASTM Standards in ACI 301 and 318

20

ACI Seminar — 318 Building Code

20

COLD WEATHER

Cold Weather Concreting

20

Standard Specification for Cold Weather Concreting

20

Practitioner’s Guide to Cold Weather Concreting

20

COLUMNS

High-Strength Concrete Columns: State of the Art

20

CONSOLIDATION

Guide for Consolidation of Concrete

20

Behavior of Fresh Concrete During Vibration

20

Identification and Control of Visible Effects of Consolidation on Formed Concrete Surfaces

21

Guide to Consolidation of Concrete in Congested Areas

21

Special Consolidation Package Offer!

21

Compaction of Roller-Compacted Concrete

21

Consolidation of Concrete

21

CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES

See also CURING, CONSOLIDATION, PLACING, FORMWORK, HOT WEATHER, COLD WEATHER, and INSPECTION

The Contractor’s Guide to Quality Concrete Construction

21

Concrete Fundamentals

21

Slabs on Grade

21

Cast-In-Place Walls

22

Supported Beams and Slabs

22

Shotcrete for the Craftsman

22

Special Concrete Craftsman Series Package

22

Practitioner’s Guide to Hot Weather Concreting

22

Practitioner’s Guide to Cold Weather Concreting

22

Practitioner’s Guide to Tilt-Up Concrete Construction

22

Practitioner’s Guide to Slabs on Ground

22

Special Construction Package Offer!

23

Toolbox Meeting Flyers, Concrete Basics

23

Toolbox Meeting Flyers, Concrete Formwork

23

High-Strength Concrete

23

Troubleshooting Concrete Problems

23

Avoiding Failures in Concrete Construction

23

Concrete Site Paving

23

Batching, Mixing and Transportation of Ready-Mixed Concrete

23

Concrete Construction Engineering Handbook

23

Concrete Construction Handbook

23

ACI Seminar — Concrete Parking Lots and Site Paving

24

ACI Seminar — Reinforced Concrete Design

24

ACI Seminar — Troubleshooting Concrete Construction

24

ACI Certification Programs

24

CONTROLLED LOW-STRENGTH MATERIALS

See also CELLULAR CONCRETE

Controlled Low-Strength Materials (CLSM)

24

Controlled Low-Strength Materials

24

CORROSION

See also DURABILITY

Corrosion of Prestressing Steels

24

Corrosion of Steel in Concrete

25

CRACKING

See also REPAIR and SEALANTS

Design and Construction Practices to Mitigate Cracking

25

Special Cracking Combination Offer!

25

Control of Cracking in Concrete Structures

25

Cracking of Concrete Members in Direct Tension

25

Causes, Evaluation, and Repair of Cracks in Concrete Structures

25

The Visible and Invisible Cracking of Concrete

25

CREEP AND SHRINKAGE

See also DEFLECTIONS

Prediction of Creep, Shrinkage, and Temperature Effects in Concrete Structures

26

The Adam Neville Symposium: Creep and Shrinkage — Structural Design Effects

26

Creep and Shrinkage of Concrete: Effect of Materials and Environment

26

Computer Analysis of the Effects of Creep, Shrinkage, and Temperature Changes on Concrete Structures

26

CURING

Guide to Curing Concrete

26

Standard Specification for Curing Concrete

26

Accelerated Curing of Concrete at Atmospheric Pressure

27

DEFINITIONS

See also NOTATION

Cement and Concrete Terminology

27

DEFLECTIONS

See also CREEP AND SHRINKAGE

Control of Deflection in Concrete Structures

27

State-of-the-Art Report on Temperature-Induced Deflections of Reinforced Concrete Members

27

Observed Deflections of Reinforced Concrete Slab Systems, and Causes of Large Deflections

27

Code Provisions for Deflection Control in Concrete Structures

27

Recent Developments in Deflection Evaluation of Concrete

28

Deflections of Concrete Structures

28

DESIGN

Reinforced Concrete – A Fundamental Approach

28

Simplified Design of Concrete Buildings of Moderate Size and Height

28

Steel, Concrete, & Composite Design of Tall Buildings

28

Design and Construction Failures Lessons From Forensic Investigators

28

Seismic Design of Reinforced Concrete and Masonry Buildings

28

Structural Renovation of Buildings

28

ACI Seminar – Reinforced Concrete Design

28

DETAILING

ACI Detailing Manual — Formerly referred to as 315

29

DURABILITY

See also ALKALI-AGGREGATE REACTION and CORROSION

Water-Cement Ratio and Other Durability Parameters — Techniques for Determination Guide for Making a Condition Survey of Concrete in Service Guide to Durable Concrete Service-Life Prediction —State-of-the-Art Report Ettringite — The Sometimes Host of Destruction Fourth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Durability of Concrete Durability of Concrete – Third International Conference Designing Concrete Structures for Serviceability and Safety Durability of Concrete Long-Term Serviceability of Concrete Structures

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Bridge Durability and Performance

30

Concrete Durability: Corrosion Protection

30

Durable Concrete

34

Designing, Specifying, and Construction for Durable Concrete

34

EPOXIES

See also POLYMER CONCRETE and REPAIR

Use of Epoxy Compounds with Concrete

34

Four Epoxy Specifications

34

Guide for the Selection of Polymer Adhesives with Concrete

34

Guide for the Application of Epoxy and Latex Adhesives for Bonding Freshly Mixed and Hardened Concretes

34

Epoxy Injection in Construction

34

EVALUATION

See also TESTING and NONDESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION

Strength Evaluation of Existing Concrete Buildings

34

New Experimental Techniques for Evaluating Concrete Material and Structural Performance

35

Strength Evaluation of Existing Concrete Bridges

35

FATIGUE

See also IMPACT

Considerations for Design of Concrete Structures Subjected to Fatigue Loading

35

FERROCEMENT

State-of-the-Art Report on Ferrocement

35

Guide for the Design, Construction and Repair of Ferrocement

35

Thin Reinforced Concrete Products and Systems

35

Thin-Section Fiber Reinforced Concrete and Ferrocement

35

Ferrocement and Laminated Cementitious Composites

35

FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE

State-of-the-Art Report on Fiber Reinforced Concrete

36

Measurement of Properties of Fiber Reinforced Concrete

36

Guide for Specifying, Proportioning, Mixing, Placing, and Finishing Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete

36

Design Considerations for Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete

36

Structural Applications of Fiber Reinforced Concrete

36

Fiber Reinforced Concrete Developments and Innovations

36

ACI Seminar — Fiber Reinforced Concrete

36

High-Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Thin Sheet Products

36

Testing of Fiber Reinforced Concrete

36

Synthetic and Other Non Metallic Fiber Reinforcement of Concrete

36

Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete

36

FIBER REINFORCED POLYMERS

State-of-the-Art Report on Fiber Reinforced Plastic (FRP) Reinforcement for Concrete Structures

37

Guide for the Design and Construction of Concrete Reinforced with FRP Bars

37

Fiber-Reinforced Plastic Reinforcement for Concrete Structures

37

Fourth International Symposium on Fiber Reinforced Polymer Reinforcement for Reinforced Concrete Structures

37

FIRE RESISTANCE

Guide for Determining the Fire Endurance of Concrete Elements

37

Standard Method for Determining the Fire Resistance of Concrete

and Masonry Construction Assemblies

37

FLY ASH

See also POZZOLANS

Use of Fly Ash in Concrete

38

ACI Seminar — Practical Concrete Materials

38

ACI Seminar – Supplementary Cementitious Materials

38

FORMWORK

Guide to Formwork for Concrete Formwork for Concrete Student Special SP-4 Forming Economical Concrete Buildings — Proceedings of the Third International Conference Formwork Toolbox Meeting Flyers, Concrete Formwork

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FOUNDATIONS

Specification for the Construction of Drilled Piers Suggested Analysis and Design Procedures for Combined Footings and Mats Design and Construction of Drilled Piers Grouting Between Foundations and Bases for Support of Equipment and Machinery Foundations for Static Equipment Design, Manufacture, and Installation of Concrete Piles Design and Performance of Mat Foundations — State-of-the-Art Review Concrete Foundations Cementitious Grouts and Grouting

FRACTURE MECHANICS

Fracture Mechanics of Concrete: Concepts, Models, and Determination of Material Properties Finite Element Analysis of Fracture in Concrete Structures:

State of the Art Interface Fracture and Bond Concrete Design Based on Fracture Mechanics Fracture Mechanics for Concrete Materials:

Testing and Applications Fracture Mechanics: Applications to Concrete

GUIDEWAYS

Analysis and Design of Reinforced and Prestressed Concrete Guideway Structures

HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONCRETE

State-of-the-Art Report on High-Strength Concrete 41

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Guide to Quality Control and Testing of High-Strength Concrete

41

High-Performance Concrete: Performance and Quality of Concrete Structures

41

High-Strength Concrete in Seismic Regions

41

High-Performance Concrete

41

High-Strength Concrete: An International Perspective

41

International Workshop on High-Performance Concrete

41

High-Performance Concrete: Proceedings, ACI International Conference, Singapore

42

High-Performance Concrete in Severe Environments

42

Paul Klieger Symposium on Performance of Concrete 42 Utilization of High-Strength Concrete —

Second International Symposium High-Performance Concrete

High-Strength Concrete

High-Strength Concrete — Seminar Fundamentals of High-Performance Concrete High-Performance Concrete — Research & Practice

HOT WEATHER

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Hot Weather Concreting Durable Concrete in Hot Climates Practitioner’s Guide to Hot Weather Concreting

HYBRID

Hybrid and Composite Structures Composite and Hybrid Systems

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HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES

See also MASS CONCRETE

Erosion of Concrete in Hydraulic Structures

43

Compendium of Case Histories on Repair of Erosion-Damaged Concrete in Hydraulic Structures

43

IMPACT

See also FATIGUE

Concrete and Blast Effects

43

INSPECTION

Guide for Concrete Inspection

44

Guide for Concrete Plant Inspection and Field Testing of Ready-Mixed Concrete

44

ACI Manual of Concrete Inspection

44

ACI Certification Programs

44

JOINTS, MONOLITHIC

Recommendations for Design of Beam-Column Joints in Monolithic Reinforced Concrete Structures

44

Recommendations for Design of Slab-Column Connections in Monolithic Reinforced Concrete Structures

44

JOINTS, MOVEMENT

See also SEALANTS

Joints in Concrete Construction

45

The Fourth World Congress on Joint Sealants and Bearing Systems in Concrete Structures — Volume 1

45

The Fourth World Congress on Joint Sealants and Bearing Systems in Concrete Structures — Volume 2

45

Building Movements and Joints

45

LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE

See also AGGREGATES and CELLULAR CONCRETE

Guide for Structural Lightweight Aggregate Concrete

45

Structural Lightweight Aggregate Concrete Performance

45

MARINE CONCRETE

See also HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONCRETE

Guide for the Design and Construction of Fixed Offshore Concrete Structures

45

State-of-the-Art Report on Offshore Concrete Structures for the Arctic

45

State-of-the-Art Report on Barge-Like Concrete Structures

45

Third CANMET/ACI International Conference on Performance of Concrete in Marine Environment

46

MASONRY

See also PLASTERING

Building Code Requirements for Masonry Structures and Specifications

for Masonry Structures and Related Commentaries (530-99)

46

Building Code Requirements and Commentary for Masonry Structures and Specification for Masonry Structures and Related Commentaries (530-02)

46

Masonry Designers’ Guide, 3rd Edition

46

Masonry

Efflorescence

46

Concrete Masonry Design Tables

55

Mortar, How to Specify and Use Masonry Mortar

55

ACI Seminar — 530-99 Structural Masonry Code

55

ACI Seminar — How to Design Masonry Structures

55

MASS CONCRETE

See also HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES

Mass Concrete

55

Effect of Restraint, Volume Change, and Reinforcement on Cracking of Mass Concrete

55

Practices for Evaluation of Concrete in Existing Massive Structures for Service Conditions

55

Cooling and Insulating Systems for Mass Concrete

55

Roller Compacted Mass Concrete

55

MATERIALS

See also AGGREGATES, CEMENT, and ADMIXTURES

Guide to a Recommended Format for the Identification of Concrete in a Materials Property Database

56

Guide to a Recommended Format for Concrete in a Materials Property Database

56

Concrete Primer (Fourth Edition)

56

Properties of Concrete at Early Ages

56

Materials Science of Concrete Series

56

Strength and Related Properties of Concrete

56

Properties of Concrete

56

ACI Seminar — Practical Concrete Materials

56

MIXTURE PROPORTIONING

See also MATERIALS and MASS CONCRETE

Standard Practice for Selecting Proportions for Normal, Heavyweight and Mass Concrete

56

Proportioning and Handling Concrete (CD-ROM)

57

Standard Practice for Selecting Proportions for Structural Lightweight Concrete

57

Guide for Selecting Proportions for No-Slump Concrete

57

Special Proportioning Package Offer!

57

Guide for Selecting Proportions for High-Strength Concrete with Portland Cement and Fly Ash

57

Guide for Submittal of Concrete Proportions

57

Concrete Mixtures

58

Proportioning Concrete Mixtures

58

Engineered Concrete — Mix Design and Test Methods

58

Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures

58

ACI Seminar — Practical Concrete Materials

58

NONDESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION

See also TESTING and EVALUATION

In-Place Methods to Estimate Concrete Strength

58

Nondestructive Test Methods for Evaluation of Concrete in Structures

58

Innovations in Nondestructive Testing of Concrete

58

Nondestructive Testing of Concrete

58

NOTATION

See also DEFINITIONS

Preparation of Notation for Concrete

58

NUCLEAR

See also CODES

Code Requirements for Nuclear Safety Related Concrete Structures

59

Reinforced Concrete Design for Thermal Effects on Nuclear Power Plant Structures

59

Evaluation of Existing Nuclear Safety-Related Concrete Structures

59

Code for Concrete Reactor Vessels and Containments

59

Concrete and Grout in Nuclear and Hazardous Waste Disposal

59

PARKING LOTS

See also SLABS and PAVEMENTS

Guide for Design and Construction of Concrete Parking Lots

59

Standard Specification for Plain Concrete Parking Lots

59

Concrete Site Paving

59

ACI Seminar — Concrete Parking Lots and Site Paving

59

PARKING STRUCTURES

See also DURABILITY

Guide for the Design of Durable Parking Structures

60

Guide for Structural Maintenance of Parking Structures

60

How to Design, Build, and Maintain Concrete Parking Structures

60

PAVEMENTS

See also SLABS

Guide for Design of Foundations and Shoulders for Concrete Pavements

60

Design of Continuously Reinforced Pavement for Airports

60

Texturing Concrete Pavements

60

Recommendations for Designing Prestressed Concrete Pavements

60

Guide for Construction of Concrete Pavements and Concrete Bases

60

Report on Roller-Compacted Concrete Pavements

60

Accelerated Techniques for Concrete Paving

61

Recent Developments in the Design and Specification of Concrete Pavement Systems

61

Concrete Pavements

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Roller-Compacted Concrete Pavement

61

Concrete Site Paving — Seminar

61

ACI Seminar — Concrete Parking Lots and Site Paving

61

PERIODICALS

Concrete International

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ACI Structural Journal

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ACI Materials Journal

62

PIPES

Specification for Cast-In-Place Concrete Pipe

62

PLACING

See also CONSOLIDATION and CURING

 

Guide for Measuring, Mixing, Transporting, and Placing Concrete

62

Guide for the Use of Preplaced Aggregate Concrete for Structural and Mass Concrete Applications

62

Placing Concrete by Pumping Methods

62

Special HANDLING CONCRETE Package!

62

Heavyweight Concrete: Measuring, Mixing, Transporting, and Placing

63

Placing Concrete with Belt Conveyors

63

Batching, Mixing, and Job Control of Lightweight Concrete

63

Guide for the Use of Volumetric-Measuring and Continuous-Mixing Concrete Equipment

63

Pumping Concrete — Techniques and Applications

63

Batching, Mixing and Transportation of Ready-Mixed Concrete

63

PLASTERING

See also MASONRY

Guide to Portland Cement Plastering

63

POLYMER CONCRETE

See also EPOXIES

Guide for the Use of Polymers in Concrete

State-of-the-Art Report

63

Guide for Mixing and Placing Sulfur Concrete in Construction

63

State-of-the-Art Report on Polymer-Modified Concrete

64

Standard Specification for Latex-Modified Concrete (LMC) Overlays

64

Guide for Polymer Concrete Overlays

64

Polymer Concrete — Structural Applications:

64

Polymer Package

64

In-Place Performance of Polymer Concrete Overlays

64

Properties and Uses of Polymers in Concrete

64

Polymer Concrete

64

Polymers in Concrete: Advances and Applications

64

Polymer Modified Concrete

65

Polymer Concrete: Uses, Materials and Properties

65

Polymer

Conference

65

POZZOLANS

See also FLY ASH, SLAG, SILICA FUME, CEMENT, and ADMIXTURES

Use of Raw or Processed Natural Pozzolans in Concrete

65

Fly Ash, Slag, Silica Fume and Other Natural Pozzolans — Proceedings, Seventh International Conference

66

Fly Ash, Slag, Silica Fume and Other Natural Pozzolans — Proceedings, Sixth International Conference

65

Fly Ash, Slag, Silica Fume and Other Natural Pozzolans — Proceedings, Fifth International Conference

65

Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag and Natural Pozzolans in Concrete — Proceedings, Fourth International Conference

65

Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag and Natural Pozzolans in Concrete — Proceedings, Third International Conference

65

Mineral Admixtures

66

ACI Seminar — Practical Concrete Materials

66

ACI Seminar – Supplementary Cementitious Materials

66

PRECAST CONCRETE

See also PARKING STRUCTURES, BRIDGES, and GUIDEWAYS

Guide for Precast Concrete Wall Panels Design Recommendations for Precast Concrete Structures Precast and Prestressed Concrete Emulating Cast-In-Place Detailing in Precast Concrete Structures

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PRESTRESSED CONCRETE

See also BRIDGES, GUIDEWAYS, PARKING STRUCTURES, and SLABS

Recommendations for Concrete Members Prestressed with Unbonded Tendons Corrosion and Repair of Unbonded Single Strand Tendons State-of-the-Art Report on Partially Prestressed Concrete Specification for Unbonded Single-Strand Tendons Construction of Prestressed Concrete Structures Prestressed Concrete: A Fundamental Approach Prestressed Concrete Structures

QUALITY ASSURANCE

See also INSPECTION

Quality Management System for Concrete Construction Quality in Concrete Construction Quality Assurance in Concrete Construction Concrete Mix Design Quality Control

RECYCLING

Removal and Reuse of Hardened Concrete

REFRACTORY CONCRETE

Refractory Concrete:

State-of-the-Art Report State-of-the-Art Report: Refractory Plastics and Ramming Mixes

REINFORCEMENT

See also DETAILING, BOND, and FIBER REINFORCED POLYMERS

Mechanical Connections of Reinforcing Bars

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68

68

68

68

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Suggested Development, Splice, and Standard Hook Provisions for

Deformed Bars in Tension Development of Seismic Steel Reinforcement Products and Systems Reinforcement for Concrete — Materials and Applications ACI Seminar — 318 Building Code ACI Seminar — Reinforced Concrete Design

68

69

69

69

69

REPAIR

See also EPOXIES and CRACKING

Guide for Evaluation of Concrete Structures Prior to Rehabilitation

69

Concrete Repair Guide

69

Guide for Repair of Concrete Bridge Superstructures

69

Guide to Underwater Repair of Concrete

69

Concrete Repair Manual

69

Repair and Strengthening of Concrete Members with Adhesive Bonded Plates

70

Repair, Rehabilitation, and Maintenance of Concrete Structures, and Innovation of Design in Construction — Proceedings, Fourth International Conference

70

Bridge Repair and Rehabilitation

70

Repair and Rehabilitation II

70

Repair and Rehabilitation of Concrete Structures

70

Repairing Concrete Bridges

70

Repair and Rehabilitation: A Compilation from the Indian Concrete Journal

70

Concrete Repair and Maintenance, Illustrated

70

Concrete Repair — Volume I

70

Concrete Repair—Volume II

70

High Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concrete in Infrastructural Repair and Retrofit

70

Concrete Repair—Volume III

71

ACI Seminar — Concrete Repair Basics

71

ACI Seminar — Repair of Concrete Workshop

71

RESIDENTIAL

See also SLABS

Guide to Residential Cast-in-Place Concrete Construction

71

Residential Concrete

71

SEALANTS

See also JOINTS and CRACKING

Guide to Sealing Joints in Concrete Structures

71

SEISMIC AND LATERAL FORCES

See also BRIDGES and REPAIR

Recent Developments in Lateral Force Transfer in Buildings

71

Seismic Design and Construction

71

ISDP: Impact of the Seismic Design Provisions of the International Building Code

71

Seismic Retrofit of Concrete Structures

71

SHEAR

See also SLABS

State-of-the-Art Report on Recent Code Approaches to Shear Design of Structural Concrete

72

SHELLS

Concrete Shell Structures — Practice and Commentary

72

SHOTCRETE

Guide to Shotcrete

72

Concrete Tools Vol. 4 (CD-ROM) — Shotcrete

72

Committee Report on Fiber Reinforced Shotcrete

72

Specification for Shotcrete

72

Guide to Certification of Shotcrete Nozzlemen

72

Guide for the Evaluation of Shotcrete

72

Special Value: Shotcrete Package

72

Application and Use of Shotcrete

73

Shotcrete for the Craftsman

73

ACI Certification Programs

73

SHRINKAGE-COMPENSATING CONCRETE

See also CEMENT

Standard Practice for the Use of Shrinkage- Compensating Concrete

73

SILICA FUME

See also POZZOLANS

Guide for the Use of Silica Fume in Concrete

73

SILOS

See also CHIMNEYS

 

Standard Practice for Design and Construction of Concrete Silos and Stacking Tubes for Storing Granular Materials and Commentary

73

Circular Storage Tanks and Silos

73

SLABS

See also PAVEMENTS and PARKING LOTS

 

Guide for Concrete Floor and Slab Construction

73

Design of Slabs on Grade

74

Shear Reinforcement for Slabs

74

Concrete Tools Vol. 1 — Slabs

74

Design of Two-Way Slabs

74

Elevated

Slabs

74

Slabs on Grade

74

Special Slabs Package Offer!

74

Supported Beams and Slabs

75

Practitioner’s Guide to Slabs on Ground

75

Slabs on Grade Videotapes: Design, Specification, and Construction

75

Complete Slabs on Grade Videotape Package!

75

Concrete Slab Surface Defects: Causes, Prevention, Repair

75

Finishing Concrete Slabs with Color and Texture

75

Concrete Floors on Ground, 3rd Edition

75

Cement Mason’s Guide

75

Resurfacing Concrete Floors

75

Designing Floor Slabs On Grade

75

Concrete Fundamentals

75

Reinforced Concrete Slabs

75

Moisture Problems in Concrete Floors Analysis and Prevention

76

ACI Seminar — Slabs on Ground

76

ACI Certification Programs

76

SLAG

See also POZZOLANS

 

Ground Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag as a Cementitious Constituent in Concrete

76

SOIL CEMENT

 

State-of-the-Art Report on Soil Cement

76

PCA Soil Primer

76

SPECIFICATIONS

 

Specifications for Structural Concrete

76

Field Reference Manual Standard Specifications for Structural Concrete ACI 301-99 with Selected ACI and ASTM References

76

ASTM Standards in ACI 301 and 318

77

Reference Manual: Specifications for Masonry Structures

77

SYMPOSIA

 

Recent Advances in Concrete Technology

77

Advances in Concrete Technology

77

Proceedings, Third International Conference on Sustainable Development of Cement and Concrete

77

Mete A. Sozen Symposium

A

Tribute From His Students

77

Advances in Concrete Technology

77

Concrete Technology: Past, Present, and Future

78

New Concrete Technology

78

Computer Applications in Concrete Technology — San Antonio 1987

78

Recent Advances in Concrete Technology — Proceedings, Fifth International Conference

78

Lewis H. Tuthill International Symposium: Concrete and Concrete Construction

78

Structural Concrete: Behavior to Implementation

78

TANKS

Tightness Testing of Environmental Engineering Concrete Structures and Commentary

78

Seismic Design Guide for Liquid-Containing Concrete Structures and Commentary

79

Guide for the Analysis, Design, and Construction of Concrete- Pedestal Water Towers

79

Design and Construction of Circular Wire- and Strand-Wrapped Prestressed Concrete Structures

79

Design and Construction of Circular Prestressed Concrete Structures with Circumferential Tendons

79

TESTING

See also EVALUATION and NONDESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION

Recommended Practice for Evaluation of Strength Test Results of Concrete

79

Simplified Version of the Recommended Practice for Evaluation of Strength Test Results of Concrete

79

Provisional Standard Test Method for Water-Soluble Chloride Available for Corrosion of Embedded Steel in Mortar and Concrete Using the Soxhlet Extractor

79

Acceptance Criteria for Moment Frames Based on Structural Testing (T1.1-01) and Commentary (T1.1R-01)

80

Evaluation of F-Number Systems and Waviness Index for Measuring Floor Flatness and Levelness

80

ACI Seminar — Practical Concrete Materials

80

ACI Certification Programs

80

TILT-UP CONSTRUCTION

Tilt-Up Concrete Structures

80

Practitioner’s Guide to Tilt-Up Concrete Construction

80

ACI Certification Programs

80

TOLERANCES

Standard Specifications for Tolerances for Concrete Construction and Materials and Commentary

80

TROUBLESHOOTING AND PROBLEM SOLVING

Troubleshooting Concrete Problems

81

Concrete and Masonry Problem Clinic Volume I

81

ACI Seminar — Troubleshooting Concrete Construction

81

WALLS

Cast-in-Place Walls

81

Design Manual of Segmental Retaining Walls

81

Guide for Surface Finish of Formed Concrete

81

WASTE SOLIDIFICATION

Solidification and Stabilization of Waste Using Portland Cement

81

WATERPROOFING

A Guide to the Use of Waterproofing, Dampproofing, Protective, and Decorative Barrier Systems for Concrete

81

Waterproofing the Building Envelope

81

Repair, Protection and Waterproofing of Concrete Structures

81

Floating Concrete Kits

81

A numerical index is located on pages 91-95 of this catalog.

PHOTO COURTESY OF PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

PHOTO COURTESY OF PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION Publications & Services for 2002 ADMIXTURES See also FLY ASH,

Publications & Services for 2002

ADMIXTURES

See also FLY ASH, SLAG, POZZOLANS, and SILICA FUME

Sixth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures in Concrete

Chemical Admixtures for Concrete

ACI Committee 212, technical committee document 212.3R-91,

Special Publication 195, 2000, 642 pp. Order Code: 0SP195.CT02

1991

(Reapproved 1999), 31 pp., also in MCP-1 and the MCP

$79.50 (ACI members $47.00) This Special Publication includes 37 papers selected from the

CD-ROM. Order Code: 212391.CT02

conference that took place in Nice, France, in October 2000. Topics

$59.50 (ACI members $35.00) PDF available Admixtures are classified into five groups: (1) accelerating; (2) air-entraining; (3) water-reducing and set-controlling; (4) finely divided mineral; and (5) miscellaneous. This guide outlines the factors to be considered in the use of these five groups.

include effects of superplasticizers, interaction of admixtures with calcium aluminate cements, lignosulfates, admixtures for improving resistance to chemical attack, effects of admixtures on concrete shrinkage, and many more.

Guide for the Use of High-Range Water- Reducing Admixtures (Superplasticizers) in Concrete

Fifth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures in Concrete

 

ACI Committee 212, technical committee document 212.4R-93,

1993

(Reapproved 1998), 10 pp., also in MCP-1 and the MCP

Special Publication 173, 1997, 1022 pp., 49 papers. Order Code: 0SP173.CT02 $52.50 (ACI members $23.00)

CD-ROM. Order Code: 212493.CT02

 

$20.50 (ACI members $11.00) PDF available This guide contains information on applications, uses, and effects on freshly mixed and hardened concrete and the quality control of concretes containing high-range water-reducing admixtures. It is designed to be used by concrete suppliers, contractors, designers, specifiers, and all others in concrete construction.

The Fifth Conference on Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures in Concrete was designed to transfer technology in the fast-moving field of chemical admixtures.

Fourth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Superplasticizers and Chemical Admixtures in Concrete

   

Special Publication 148, 1994, 464 pp. Order Code: 0SP148.CT02

YOU CAN BUY ANY DOCUMENT

$51.50 (ACI members $23.00) This Special Publication includes 25 papers that address the

WITH THE PDF ICON IN THE LISTING AT WWW.ACI-INT.ORG

developments in chemical admixtures since the prior conference in 1989.

JUST DOWNLOAD AND GO!

       

ADMIXTURES AESTHETICS AGGREGATES

ADMIXTURES (CONT.)

See also FLY ASH, SLAG, POZZOLANS, and SILICA FUME

AESTHETICS

Superplasticizers and Other Chemical

Special Publication 119, 1989, 668 pp.

The Mercer Mile Buildings

124.2R-94 The Mercer Mile Buildings (Reapproved 1999)

AGGREGATES

Admixtures in Concrete

Order Code: 124294.CT02 $14.50 (ACI members $9.00)

The Mercer Mile consists of three historic concrete buildings within

Order Code: 0SP119.CT02 $72.50 (ACI members $32.00) This Special Publication is a collection of 33 papers covering such topics as innovative concretes, reuse of returned concrete through hydration control, superplasticizers and their effect on durability, and much more.

a mile (1.6 km) of each other, all built by Henry Chapman Mercer near Doylestown, in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. There are two sets of 20 photographs each, with the first covering Fonthill, Mercer’s home, and the second covering both the tile works and museum.

Chemical Admixtures

 

See also LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE, MATERIALS, and MIXTURE PROPORTIONING

Compilation 23, 1993, 88 pp.

Order Code: 000C23.CT02

   

$43.50 (ACI members $26.00)

 

Guide for Use of Normal Weight and

REAPPROVED

Chemical Admixtures includes Concrete International articles

Heavyweight Aggregates in Concrete

on: VAE redispersible-powder hydraulic-cement admixtures; organic-based corrosion-inhibiting admixtures; antifreeze

admixture development; and control of plastic shrinkage cracking in cold weather. Also covered are antifreeze and other admixtures

ACI Committee 221, technical committee document 221R-96 (Reapproved 2001), 28 pp., also in MCP-1 and the MCP

for cold weather concreting, non-chloride accelerating admixtures for concretes containing fly ash, admixtures for early compressive

CD-ROM. Order Code: 022196.CT02

strength, extended mix time concrete, sodium thiocyanate and the corrosion potential of steel, HPI concrete plus anti-washout admixtures and underwater concrete, cost-effective use of superplasticizers, and admixture-cement in compatibility: a case history.

$39.00 (ACI members $23.00) PDF available This guide presents information on sand, gravel, crushed stone, and air-cooled blast-furnace slag aggregate. It also includes the properties of concrete, methods of determining aggregate properties and limitations of these methods, features of aggregate preparation and handling which have a bearing on concrete quality and uniformity, selection of aggregate, and much more!

Chemical and Air-Entraining Admixtures for Concrete

Aggregates for Concrete

 

ACI Committee E-701, Education Bulletin E4, 1996, 16 pp.

ACI Seminar — Practical Concrete

ACI Committee E-701, Education Bulletin E1, 1999, 26 pp.

Order Code: 00E496.CT02 $21.50 (ACI members $13.00)

Order Code: 00E199.CT02 $29.50 (ACI members $17.50)

Admixtures have long been recognized as important components of concrete, and are used to improve performance. This bulletin discusses commonly used admixtures for concrete, and describes their basic uses.

Materials

Aggregate properties significantly affect the workability of plastic concrete and the durability, strength, thermal properties, and density of hardened concrete. This bulletin describes the types of aggregate normally used in concrete, aggregate properties affecting performance of the concrete, tests used to measure aggregate properties, and methods used to obtain test samples. Normal weight and lightweight aggregates are discussed.

This 1-day seminar covers the quality, material selection, and specifying of concrete and concrete materials, including cements, slag, fly ash, silica fume, blended cements, aggregates, chemical admixtures, testing procedures for the proper evaluation of test results, and what to do when test results are unacceptable. See pages 31-33 for detailed information about cities and dates offered in 2002, or visit www.concreteseminars.com.

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ACI Seminar — Practical Concrete Materials

This 1-day seminar covers the quality, material selection, and specifying of concrete and concrete materials, including cements, slag, fly ash, silica fume, blended cements, aggregates, chemical admixtures, testing procedures for the proper evaluation of test results, and what to do when test results are unacceptable. See pages 31-33 for detailed information about cities and dates offered in 2002, or visit www.concreteseminars.com.

ACI Certification Programs

Aggregate Field Testing Technician Aggregate Laboratory Testing Technician ACI administers certification programs for Aggregate Technicians see page(s) 14-17 for general program descriptions and training materials. For local program availability and detailed information visit the Certification Section of ACI’s website: www.aci-int.org.

ALKALI-AGGREGATE REACTION ANCHORS ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE

ALKALI-AGGREGATE REACTION

Embedment Design Examples

See also DURABILITY

 

ACI Committee 349, technical committee document 349.2R-97,

Guide to the Design of Anchor Bolts and

   

1997, 26 pp., also in MCP-4 and the MCP CD-ROM. Order Code: 349297.CT02

$33.50 (ACI members $21.00) PDF available

State-of-the-Art Report on Alkali-Aggregate Reactivity

ACI Committee 221, technical committee document 221.1R-98, 1998, 31 pp., also in MCP-1 and the MCP CD-ROM. Order Code: 221198.CT02 $43.50 (ACI members $26.00) PDF available This report provides information on alkali-aggregate reactivity (AAR), including alkali-silica reactivity (ASR) and alkali-carbonate reactivity (ACR). Chapters provide an overview of the nature of ASR and ACR reactions, means to avoid deleterious effects of

ANCHORS

This report presents a series of design examples of ductile steel embedments. Examples cover numerous applications of single and multiple stud embedments.

Other Steel Embedments

each reaction, methods of testing for potential expansion of

By: Cannon, Godfrey, and Moreadith, 1981, 14 pp. Order Code: 00AB81.CT02 $18.50 (ACI members $11.00)

aggregates and cement-aggregate combinations, measures to prevent deleterious reactions, and recommendations for evaluation and repair of existing structures.

This document provides minimum requirements for the design and anchorage of steel embedments used to transmit loads from attachments into reinforced concrete structures by means of tension, bearing, shear, friction, or any combination thereof.Typical embedment details and concepts are illustrated.

State-of-the-Art Report on Anchorage to Concrete

ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE

 

ACI Committee 355, technical committee document 355.1R-91, 1991 (Reapproved 1997), 71 pp., also in MCP-4 and the MCP

Evaluating the Performance of Post-

Guide to Cast-in-Place Architectural

 

CD-ROM. Order Code: 355191.CT02

Concrete Practice

 

$78.50 (ACI members $47.00) PDF available Information on concrete anchoring based on worldwide test programs is presented in this document. Design criteria and existing code requirements are also presented.

Installed Mechanical Anchors in Concrete and Commentary

ACI Committee 303, technical committee document 303R-91, 1991, 30 pp. Order Code: 030391.CT02 $39.50 (ACI members $23.00) This guide provides recommendations for the production of cast- in-place architectural concrete. The importance of specified materials, forming, concrete placement, curing, additional treatment, inspection, and their effect on the finished product are discussed.

NEW!

Standard Specification for Cast-in-Place

 

Architectural Concrete

 

ACI Committee 355, technical committee document 355.2/ 355.2R-01, 2001, 29 pp., also in MCP-4 and the MCP CD-ROM. Order Code: 355200.CT02 $32.00 (ACI members $18.00) PDF available

ACI 355.2/355.2R-01, Evaluating the Performance of Post- Installed Mechanical Anchors in Concrete and Commentary,

ACI Committee 303, technical committee document 303.1-97, 1997, 10 pp., also in MCP-2 and the MCP CD-ROM Order Code: 303197.CT02 $20.50 (ACI members $11.00) PDF available This Specification provides the requirements for cast-in-place architectural concrete. It includes requirements for the materials,

prescribes testing programs and evaluation criteria for post- installed mechanical anchors intended for use in concrete under the design provisions of ACI 318. ACI 355.2 prescribes criteria for determining whether anchors are acceptable for use in uncracked concrete only, or in cracked concrete as well as uncracked concrete. Performance categories for anchors are established and criteria for assigning anchors to each category are given. The anchor performance categories are used by ACI 318 to assign capacity- reduction factors and other design parameters.

forming, concrete placement, curing, additional treatment, and inspection. The requirements are for vertical (walls) and horizontal (flatwork) architectural concrete and are written in the three-part section format of the CSI, as adapted by ACI, modified to ACI requirements, and organized by types of architectural concrete.

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ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE BOND BRIDGES

ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE (CONT.)

BRIDGES

See also GUIDEWAYS and REPAIR

Architectural Precast Concrete

     

Analysis and Design of Reinforced

 
     

Prepared by the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute, 2nd

Concrete Bridge Structures

Edition, 1989, 340 pp., hard cover.

ACI Committee 343, technical committee document 343R-95,

Order Code: 00APC1.CT02

1995, 158 pp., also in MCP-3 and the MCP CD-ROM. Order Code: 034395.CT02

$134.00

     

For a description, see INDUSTRY PUBLICATIONS on page 82.

$122.50 (ACI members $73.00) PDF available

BOND

     

This report provides current guidelines for the analysis and design of reinforced, prestressed, and partially prestressed concrete bridges.

See also REINFORCEMENT

         

State-of-the-Art Report:

     

Seismic Analysis and Design of Concrete Bridge Systems

 

Bond under Cyclic Loads

 

ACI Committee 341, technical committee document 341.2R-97,

Guide for Concrete Highway Bridge

ACI Committee 408, technical committee document 408.2R-92, 1992 (Reapproved 1999), 32 pp., also in MCP-5 and

Splice and Development Length of

1997, 25 pp., also in MCP-3 and the MCP CD-ROM. Order Code: 341297.CT02

the MCP CD-ROM. Order Code: 408292.CT02 $43.50 (ACI members $26.00) This report summarizes recent research on bond behavior under cyclic loads. Design recommendations are provided for both high and low-cycle fatigue, as well as suggestions for further research.

$42.50 (ACI members $25.00) PDF available This document provides a summary of the analysis, modeling, and design of concrete bridges subjected to strong earthquakes, and is intended to complement existing documents from AASHTO, Caltrans, and UBC. The report summarizes analysis and design considerations for concrete bridges with seismic isolation, as well as general seismic design considerations.

Deck Construction

High Relative Rib Area Reinforcing Bars in Tension and Commentary

 

ACI Committee 345, technical committee document 345R-91,

REVISED!

 

1991

CD-ROM.

(Reapproved 1997), 38 pp., also in MCP-4 and the MCP

Routine Maintenance

ACI Committee 408, technical committee document 408.3-01/

Length of High Relative Rib Area Reinforcing Bars in Tension,

Order Code: 034591.CT02

408.3R-01, 6 pp., also in MCP-5 and the MCP CD-ROM. Order Code: 408301.CT02 $23.50 (ACI members $13.00) PDF available ACI 408.3-01 (formerly ITG-2-98), Splice and Development

$47.50 (ACI members $28.00) PDF available Recommendations relative to the construction and post- construction periods are presented covering the areas of design considerations, inspection, preconstruction planning, falsework and formwork, reinforcement, concrete materials and properties,

helps designers take advantage of the improved bond characteristics of high relative rib area deformed reinforcement. This type of reinforcement can be produced by increasing rib height, decreasing rib spacing, or a combination of the two.

and the use of overlays.

of Concrete Bridges

       

ACI Committee 345, technical committee document 345.1R-92,

       

1992

(Reapproved 1997), 13 pp., also in MCP-4 and the MCP

Bond and Development of

ACI Committee 408, Special Publication

CD-ROM. Order Code: 345192.CT02

Reinforcement — A Tribute to Peter Gergely

180, 1998, 520 pp., 22 papers. Order Code: 0SP180.CT02 $51.50 (ACI members $23.00) For more information, call (248) 848-3800 or visit www.aci-int.org.

$18.50 (ACI members $11.00) PDF available This publication describes various potential sources of distress and the possible areas affected in the roadway, superstructure, substructure, approaches, slopes, and channel of a bridge, and is directed to the maintenance supervisor responsible for routine bridge maintenance.

       

BRIDGES CELLULAR CONCRETE CEMENT

BRIDGES (CONT.)

See also GUIDEWAYS and REPAIR

Guide for Precast Cellular Concrete Floor, Roof, and Wall Units

   

ACI Committee 523, technical committee document 523.2R-96,

Guide for Widening Highway Bridges

1997, 5 pp., also in MCP-6 and the MCP CD-ROM Order Code: 523296.CT02

ACI Committee 345, technical committee document 345.2R-98, 1998, 14 pp., also in MCP-4 and the MCP CD-ROM.

Seismic Response of Concrete Bridges

$18.50 (ACI members $11.00) PDF available This guide presents information on materials, properties, design, fabrication, and handling of precast concrete floor, roof, and wall

Order Code: 345298.CT02 $22.50 (ACI members $12.00)

 

This guide discusses problems unique to the widening of existing concrete bridges and bridges with concrete decks, with the primary focus on bridge decks. General recommendations are given regarding the choice of structure type, design details, construction methods, and materials.

units having oven-dry weights of 50 pcf (800 kg/m 3 ) or less. The recommendations apply to precast reinforced cellular concrete units that are designed and factory-produced for use in structures.

Guide for Cellular Concretes Above 50 pcf and for Aggregate Concretes Above 50 pcf with Compressive Strengths Less Than 2500 psi

Special Publication 187, 1999, 387 pp. Order Code: 0SP187.CT02

ACI Committee 523, technical committee document 523.3R-93,

$61.50 (ACI members $36.50) The 17 papers presented cover a wide

1993, 16 pp. Order Code: 523393.CT02

array of subjects related to seismic behavior of concrete bridge structures.Topics include the impact of recent earthquakes on the seismic design process, results of recent

$22.50 (ACI members $13.00) PDF available This guide presents information on materials, fabrication, properties, design, and handling of cellular concretes. The usual density range of the concrete considered is 50 to 120 pcf.

experimental research on behavior of bridge components during earthquakes, case studies of bridge seismic upgrades,

CEMENT

 

and the use of composite materials and seismic isolation systems to enhance

See also MIXTURE PROPORTIONING and POZZOLANS

seismic performance.

   

Concrete Bridges in Aggressive Environments

 

Guide to the Selection and Use of Hydraulic Cements

ACI Committee 225, technical committee document 225R-99,

Hydraulic Cement for Concrete

Special Publication 151, 1994, 296 pp.

1999, 30 pp., also in MCP-2 and the MCP CD-ROM. Order Code: 022599.CT02

Order Code: 0SP151.CT02 $46.50 (ACI members $21.00)

$27.50 (ACI members $18.00) PDF available This guide summarizes information about the composition and

This symposium volume of 15 papers addresses the performance, protection, assessment, repair, and rehabilitation of concrete bridges.

availability of commercial hydraulic cements, and factors affecting their performance in concrete.

CELLULAR CONCRETE

 

ACI Committee E-701, Education Bulletin E-3, 1983, 36 pp.

See also CONTROLLED LOW-STRENGTH MATERIALS

Order Code: 00E383.CT02 $24.50 (ACI members $14.00)

Guide for Cast-in-Place Low-Density Concrete

ACI Committee 523, technical committee document 523.1R-92,

This bulletin presents a fundamental discussion on the manufacturing, properties, characteristics, and specifications for Portland cements. Topics include types of cements, testing cement, and factors in the selection and use of portland cement.

1992, 8 pp. Order Code: 523192.CT02

Cementitious Materials for Concrete

ACI Committee E-701, Education Bulletin E-3, 25 pp.

$18.50 (ACI members $11.00) PDF available This guide provides information on materials, properties, design,

and proper handling of cast-in-place concretes having oven-dry unit weights of 50 pcf (800 kg/m 3 ) or less.

Order Code: 00E301.CT02 $29.50 (ACI members $18.00)

   

The successful use of concrete in construction depends not only on knowing the right proportions of materials, but also on knowing how to select the right materials.This bulletin focuses on the selection and characterization of hydraulic cements and cementitious material admixtures.Topics discussed include the manufacture, specification, and testing of portland cement, fly ash and other pozzolans, ground- granulated blast-furnace slag, and silica fume.

CEMENT CERTIFICATION

 

CEMENT (CONT.)

 

Technician Workbook for ACI

   
 

See also MIXTURE PROPORTIONING and POZZOLANS

   
     

Certification of Aggregate Laboratory Testing Technician

Order Code: CP4100.CT02

performance checklists, and reprints of all of the resource materials

Lea’s Chemistry of Cement and Concrete

Editor: P. C. Hewlett. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, 1998,

$76.00 (ACI members $50.00) This workbook contains information about the ACI Aggregate Laboratory Testing Technician (ALTT) certification program,

1053 pp., hard cover. Order Code: 00LCCC.CT02

$200.00

 

referenced by the certification examinations. The ALTT program

For a description, see INDUSTRY PUBLICATIONS on page 87. DISCOUNTS NOT AVAILABLE.

covers the following Standards: AASHTO T 19, T 21, T 84, T 85, T 96, T 104, T 113, T 176, T 304, ASTM C 535, and D 5821.

ACI Seminar — Practical Concrete Materials

     

This 1-day seminar covers the quality material selection and specifying of concrete and concrete materials, including cements, slag, fly ash, silica fume, blended cements, aggregates, chemical admixtures, testing procedures for the proper evaluation of test results, and what to do when test results are unacceptable. See pages 31-33 for detailed information about cities and dates offered in 2002, or visit www.concreteseminars.com.

UPGRADE THE QUALITY OF CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION WITH ACI CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS

ACI certification programs are designed to provide the basis for training and certification of personnel employed within the concrete industry. Currently, ACI has programs for:

ACI Seminar – Supplementary

 

Concrete Field Testing Technician - Grade I Concrete Strength Testing Technician

Cementitious Materials

 

Concrete Laboratory Testing Technician - Grades I & II

This 1-day seminar will cover the use of a wide range of

Concrete Construction Inspector & Inspector-in-

supplementary cementitious materials which include various types of fly ashes, ground granulated slag, silica fume, metakaolin, and

Training (Available outside the U.S. only) Concrete Transportation Construction Inspector &

other natural pozzolans. The origin and nature of each material and its effect on fresh- and hardened-concrete properties and durability

Inspector-in-Training Concrete Flatwork Finisher/Technician

in various aggressive environments will be discussed. The impact

Aggregate Field Testing Technician

on construction practices using these materials also will be reviewed.

Aggregate Laboratory Testing Technician

See pages 31-33 for detailed information about cities and dates

Shotcrete Nozzleman

offered in 2002 or visit www.concreteseminars.com.

Tilt-Up Supervisor

 

CERTIFICATION

 

Programs under development include:

   
     

Specialty Commercial/Industrial Concrete Floor

Aggregate Testing Technician

 

Finisher Certification examinations and optional training courses are

 

Fine and coarse aggregate comprise 60 to 75% of a concrete

conducted through a network of over 100 Local Sponsoring

mixture. Because the aggregates occupy such a large percentage

Groups operating both domestically and internationally. Since

of

the volume of a concrete mixture, and can dramatically influence

1983, ACI has administered exams to over 180,000 individuals,

the properties of the concrete in both a plastic and hardened state,

with over 60,000 individuals currently certified by ACI.

it

is important that the aggregate be sampled and tested properly

     

to

ensure it is appropriate for use in the designed mixture. At the

The Certification Programs Committee oversees the various

The following organizations participate (cooperate) with ACI in

request of State Departments of Transportation, and with their assistance, ACI has launched a national certification program to address the need for personnel adept at conducting acceptance

certification committees and task groups that develop and maintain these programs. If you are committed to upgrading the quality of concrete construction through personnel training and

tests on aggregates and soils in both the field and laboratory.

certification, then your participation on these committees is

Technician Workbook for ACI Certification of Aggregate Field Testing Technician

encouraged. For more detailed information on ACI Certification, contact the ACI Certification Department at (248) 848-3790.

Order Code: CP4000.CT02 $76.00 (ACI members $50.00)

programs to improve the quality of concrete construction: American Concrete Pavement Association, American Shotcrete Association,

This workbook contains information about the ACI Aggregate Field Testing Technician (AFTT) certification program, performance

American Society of Concrete Contractors, American Society for Testing and Materials, Cement and Concrete Reference

checklists, and reprints of all of the resource materials referenced by the certification examinations. The AFTT program covers the following Standards: AASHTO T 2, T11, T 27, T 87, T 89, T 90,

Laboratory, Concrete Construction Magazine, National Ready Mixed Concrete Association, Portland Cement Association, Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute, Tilt-Up Concrete

T

112, T 248, T 255, and ASTM D 4791.

 

Association, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

CERTIFICATION

   

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ACI video training tapes are used in conjunction with the ACI Certification/Training Programs, but are also useful for general education and review. For information on ordering videocassettes, please see below.

Testing Ready Mixed

 

Concrete Strength Testing

Laboratory Testing — Tape 3

 

Concrete in the Field

CMEC, 2002

ACI and PCA, 1985, 40 min., color.

 

CMEC, 2001, 62 min., color.

 

Order Code: C2902A.CT02 NEW!

Order Code: C1485A.CT02

$125.00

Order Code: 0CPCM2.CT02 NEW!

$100.00

Available Feb. 2002 Four ASTM Standards are covered on this

Equipment and step-by-step procedures

C

C

and C 192, Making and Curing Concrete

78, Flexural Strength of Concrete,

 

video: C 39, C 78, C 617, and C 1231. This video may be used to supplement training

are demonstrated for ASTM Standards

This is an updated version of the Construction Materials Engineering

Council’s (CMEC) popular video demonstrating ASTM procedures for

in preparation to take the ACI Concrete Strength Testing Technician examinations.

123, Lightweight Pieces in Aggregate,

conducting field tests on fresh concrete. Standards included are: C 172, C 143,

Finishing Concrete

 

Test Specimens in the Laboratory.

 

C

138, C 231, C 31, and C 1064

 

Flatwork

 

Fundamentals of

   

Testing Ready Mixed

ACI and PCA, 1984, 32 min., color.

Proportioning Concrete

 

Order Code: CP884A.CT02

 

Concrete in the Field

$125.00

Mixtures

 

Spanish Edition

ACI and PCA, 1989, 35 min., color.

 

CMEC, 2001, color.

 

Basic procedures are demonstrated for finishing concrete flatwork, using proper

Order Code: C2689A.CT02

$145.00

Order Code: CPCM2S.CT02 NEW! Available Feb. 2002 By popular demand, CMEC has produced a Spanish-language version of

tools and finishing techniques as recommended by ACI and expert finishers. The video also covers subgrade and formwork preparation, concrete placement, jointing, curing, and special finishes, and

This video demonstrates basic procedures for proportioning normalweight concrete mixtures according to the absolute volume methods found in ACI publication 211.1,

Selecting Proportions for Normal,

their popular Concrete Field Testing Video see description above.

emphasizes important do’s and don’ts.

Heavyweight and Mass Concretes.

Aggregate Field Testing

CMEC, 2001

Laboratory Testing — Tape 1

ACI and PCA, 1985, 52 min., color.

Batching, Mixing and

 

Order Code: C2701A.CT02 NEW!

This video is designed to assist in

certification examinations. Standard

Order Code: CP682A.CT02

$100.00

 

Please call (248) 848-3800 for price.