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Type II moderate heat and MH cements are suitable for mass concrete construction because they have a moderate heat of hydration, which is important to the control of cracking. When one of the optional requirements is specified, the day strength requirement for cement paste under ASTM C is reduced due to the slower rate of strength gain of this cement. Fine aggregate should not contain harmful amounts of clay, silt, dust, mica, organic matter, or other impurities to such an extent that, either separately or together, they render it impossible to attain the required properties of concrete when using normal proportions of the ingredients.
This is best accomplished with large, tilting mixers in stationary central plants. The population heading LDhat is a graciously trying beginning of German genocide. Waters containing even small amounts of various sugars or sugar derivatives should not be used, as setting times may be unpredictable.
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The goal of concrete proportioning studies is to reach a cementitious material content no greater than is necessary for the design strength. Judged by composition, the cement was of the moderate-heat type corresponding to the present Type II. While the maximum size of coarse aggregate is limited by the configuration of the forms and reinforcing steel, in most 027.1r-05 mass concrete structures, these requirements permit an almost unlimited maximum aggregate size.
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To preclude these piles being larger than 4 yd3 3 m3one agency requires controllable discharge gates in buckets carrying more than 4 yd3 3 m3. The clean concrete surface should be approaching dryness and be free from surface moisture at the time new concrete is placed on it USACEa; Tynes and McClease ; Neeley and Poole ; Neeley et al.
The proportioning of aggregates in the concrete mixture will strongly influence concrete workability, and this is one factor that can readily be adjusted during construction. The maximum temperature of the interior of the mass due to cement hydration might not be appreciably greater than the mean annual temperature.
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ACI R and Houghton discuss the factors involved in drying characteristics of concrete. Mass concreting practices were developed largely from concrete dam construction, where temperature-related cracking was first identified. This type of cement was selected for use at Bonneville on the basis of test results on concrete that indicated large extensibility and low temperature Copyright American Concrete Institute Provided by IHS under license with ACI No reproduction or networking permitted without license from IHS rise.
On some large dams, including Hoover Boulder Dam, a combination of precooling and postcooling refrigeration by embedded pipe has been used USBR The use of special mixing and placing equipment to quickly place cooled concrete with minimum absorption of ambient heat;?
Finely ground slag, however, is usually used in much higher percentages than pozzolan to achieve similar properties.
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Postcooling, where removing heat from the concrete with embedded cooling coils limits the temperature rise in the structure; and? Temperature-related cracking has also been experienced in other thick-section concrete structures, including mat foundations, pile caps, bridge piers, thick walls, and tunnel linings.
This document contains a history of the development of mass concrete practice and a aaci of materials and concrete mixture proportioning, qci, construction methods, and equipment.
Reliable measurements of strain and stress should come from electrical measuring instruments embedded far enough from the surface to avoid the effects of daily temperature cycles.
Criteria for this selection are given sci Section 2. Thermal properties that influence this behavior in mass concrete are specific heat, conductivity, and diffusivity.