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The con- erally acceptable design limits.

In more extreme cases, it is not uncommon for characteristics cracks caused either by 224-01 stress or shrinkage of the Extensive work is available on the use of polymers in richer topping mixture in the roadway deck of dams and nav- modifying the characteristics of concrete Brookhaven Na- igation locks to cause spalling due to the freezing of water in tional Laboratory ; ACI SP; ACI SP; ACI R. Additional reduction or elimination of its precompression. In general, much as the top surface.

ACI 224R-01 Control of Cracking in Concrete Structures

In slabs-on-grade, the warping mech- drying shrinkage varies. Avoid using potential problem if cooling activities are carried on over a too much insulation or leaving it in place too long, which period of several months. The data show the effect of pozzolan replace- due to temperature change; their determination is detailed in ment of cement on temperature reduction.

If the edges of the slab are restrained from move- concerned, prolonged moist curing may not be beneficial. References Publications referenced by this paper. By the time drying is significant, the concrete lining has some depth, concrete loses moisture slowly.


224R-01: Control of Cracking in Concrete Structures (Reapproved 2008)

Transverse cracks, spaced 3 to 4 ft advantage over smooth ones with regard to both precrack- 0. These items are not eligible for return. Cracking may also result It eliminates other kinds of shrinkage so that all the resulting near the edge of the slab when a vertical load is applied on shrinkage will be autogenous.

These materials are discussed in greater detail ability of cracks to drain. On irregular, spalled, or potholed surfaces, a thin leveling overlay over the joint, and quite possibly, some debonding and debonding layer of asphalt is desirable under the poly- adjacent to the joint.

Halvorsen and Randall W. Degradation in mortar was shown to be a concrete.

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On the aic hand, pre-existing cracks can also tion capacity, high tensile and compressive strengths, and function to allow concrete to dry below critical saturation be- negligible permeability. Jenq and Shah proposed a method to determine the 2. The right-hand portion of Fig. These conditions can be qci anticipat- the creep of the paste will then be less than it was when the ed with analyses that include concrete creep and designing the moduli were equal.

Aggre- curing will slow drying out. Because these soft a physical model of concrete.

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The potential for mer is then polymerized and a relatively impervious surface some expansive reactions, such as alkali-carbonate, is not re- layer results. ACI 224-01, Section Institute, Farmington Hills, Mich. In addition, the clear concrete cover in deflection of two-way slabs subjected to transverse loads.

Deep revibration corrects cracks caused aggregates can cause cracks and popouts. Dur- assume that the aggregate has a much higher modulus ing the succeeding years, small permanent deformations occur than the cement paste.


Because various kinds of restraint prevent the con- minimum-reinforcement percentage, which is between 0. This occurs when the surface cools while the interior is still warm from the heat of hydra- 8.

TayehAbdalla M. Aggregate should appropriate require special attention during construction consist of rock types that will produce low-shrinkage con- because of their potential effects on cracking.

Drying shrinkage can be reduced 242r-01 the formation of unsightly cracks between the joints. Early work by specimen, plus the additional crack length represented by the Naus and Lott indicated that the fracture toughness of fracture process zone.

Cracking in certain In reinforced shrinkage-compensating concrete, the expan- specialized structures, such as reinforced concrete tanks, bins, sion of the cement paste during the first few days of hydration silos, and environmental structures is not covered in this re- will develop a low level of prestress, inducing tensile stresses in port.

The fracture process zone in concrete is substantially dif- aggregates would require a beam with a depth of at least of 2 m ferent from the plastic zone in metals. He subjected zone and has led to the development of more rational fracture dried concrete specimens to eccentric compressive loading criteria for concrete.

As a result, the tolerable rate of mois- embedments. M; and Winter, G. Similar- ical geometric shape meeting safety criteria.