4 edition of Concrete Site Work (Ice Works Construction Guides) found in the catalog.
Concrete Site Work (Ice Works Construction Guides)
December 1984 by American Society of Civil Engineers .
Written in English
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Concrete Work operations carried out in the erection of monolithic concrete and reinforced concrete structures and installations made of cement concrete. Concrete work includes the following basic processes: preparation of the concrete mix; delivery of the mix to the construction site; feeding, distribution, and compaction of the mix in the formwork.
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The actual temperature of the concrete mixture as delivered is effected by the temperature of the materials used in the mixture, the cementitious content of the mixture, the temperature of the equipment used to batch and transport the concrete, and the ambient temperature and conditions at the project site.
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