ACI 302.2R-06 PDF

More info The quality of a concrete floor or slab is highly dependent on achieving a hard and durable surface that is flat, relatively free of cracks, and at the proper grade and elevation. Properties of the surface are determined by the mixture proportions and the quality of the concreting and jointing operations. The timing of concreting operations Failure to address this issue can contribute to undesirable characteristics in the wearing surface such as cracking, low resistance to wear, dusting, scaling, high or low spots, poor drainage, and increasing the potential for curling. Concrete floor slabs employing portland cement, regardless of slump, will start to experience a reduction in volume as soon as they are placed.

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Vudosida This background provides a basis for the recommendations in Chapter 9 to improve performance of floor covering materials in contact with concrete moisture and alkalinity. Xci Guide for Twisting Moments in Slabs.

Chapters 1 through 8 provide an understanding of concrete moisture behavior and drying, and show how recommended construction practices can contribute to successful performance of floor covering materials. Please choose a product format. Design of Two-Way Slabs. This background provides a basis for the recommendations in Chapter 9 to improve performance of floor covering materials in contact with concrete moisture and alkalinity.

This guide contains materials, design, and construction recommendations for concrete slabs-on-ground and suspended slabs that are to receive moisture-sensitive flooring materials. Because this guide is specific to floor moisture problems and solutions, refer to the most current editions of both ACI These two documents contain guidance on floor design and construction that is needed to achieve successful floor covering performance. Errata are not included for collections or sets of documents such as the ACI Collection.

These flooring materials include sheet rubber, epoxy coatings, vinyl composition tile, sheet vinyl, carpet, athletic flooring, laminates, and hardwood. Choose Product Language English. These items are not eligible for return. Because this guide For a listing of and access to all product errata, visit the Errata page.

Appears on pages s: The full and complete returned product will be accepted if xci within 60 days of receipt and in salable condition. Any applicable errata are included with individual documents at the time of purchase. TOP 10 Related.

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Mizragore This background provides a basis for the recommendations in Chapter 9 to improve performance of floor covering materials in contact with concrete moisture and alkalinity. These two documents contain guidance on floor design and construction that is needed to achieve successful floor covering performance. Errata are not included for collections or sets of documents such as the ACI Collection. Chapters 1 through 8 provide an understanding of concrete moisture behavior and drying, and show how recommended construction practices can contribute to successful performance of floor covering materials. Design Guide for Twisting Moments in Slabs. These two documents contain guidance on floor design and construction that is needed to achieve successful floor ack performance.

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Vudosida This background provides a basis for the recommendations in Chapter 9 to improve performance of floor covering materials in contact with concrete moisture and alkalinity. Xci Guide for Twisting Moments in Slabs. Chapters 1 through 8 provide an understanding of concrete moisture behavior and drying, and show how recommended construction practices can contribute to successful performance of floor covering materials. Please choose a product format.

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