By P. Mehta, Paulo Monteiro

ISBN-10: 0071462899

ISBN-13: 9780071462891

ISBN-10: 0071589198

ISBN-13: 9780071589192

The Definitive textual content on Concrete -- absolutely revised and updatedThis entire source provides the houses, habit, and know-how of concrete in a simple and hands-on demeanour. The 3rd variation of Concrete: Microstructure, houses, and fabrics deals a three-part process, starting with a piece at the microstructure and homes of hardened concrete, by means of a a number of chapters on concrete-making fabrics and urban processing, and concluding with the most recent advances in concrete know-how, mechanics, and nondestructive checking out equipment. each one bankruptcy opens with a preview of the fabric to be lined and closes with a self-test to enhance the themes realized within the bankruptcy. The booklet is full of 1000s of diagrams, photos, and tables.New assurance of: * Nondestructive checking out tools for concrete * New advancements in concrete sturdiness * High-performance concrete, self-consolidating concrete, high-volume fly-ash concrete * destiny demanding situations

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The Loma Pietra earthquake caused damage in the eastern span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge. After years of studying the seismic performance of the bridge, the engineers decided that the best solution was to construct a new span connecting Oakland to the Yerba Buena Island. The two new twin precast segmental bridges will accommodate five lanes of traffic in each direction and a bike path on one side. The superstructure, constructed using the segmental cantilever method, will require 452 precast girders, each weighting as much as 750 tons.

In the words of Steiger, the central figure is Time the conqueror, seated on an armored horse and surrounded by young and old, soldiers, lovers, religious practitioners, and many more participants in the diversity of human life, finally embracing death with outstretched arms. Lorado Taft made the model for this sculpture in 1920 after 7 years of work. About the choice of concrete as a medium of art, the builder of the sculpture, John J. Earley, had this to say: “Concrete as an artistic medium becomes doubly interesting when we realize that in addition to its economy it possesses those properties which are the most desirable of both metal and stone.

The excellent conditions of the 2700-year-old concrete lining of a water storage tank on the Rodos Island in Greece and several aqueducts built in Europe built by the Romans nearly 2000 years ago, are a living testimony to the long-term durability of concrete in moist environments. In general, there is a relationship between strength and durability when low strength is associated with high porosity and high permeability. Permeable concretes are, of course, less durable. The permeability of concrete depends not only on mix proportions, compaction, and curing, but also on microcracks caused by the ambient temperature and humidity cycles.

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