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Concrete In Australia : June 2013
Concrete in Australia Vol 39 No 2 57 LATEST TITLES Concrete Institute of Australia members are welcome to use the Cement Concrete and Aggregates Australia s library services. The library is located at the CCAA s Sydney office on Level 6, 504 Pacific Highway, St Leonards, NSW. The databases can be accessed electronically via www.concrete.net.au. The postal address is Locked Bag 2010, St Leonards, NSW 1590. Phone: (61 2) 9437 9711 fax: (61 2) 9437 9470, email: email@example.com. SP-291 Corrosion of Reinforcing Steel in Concrete -- Future Direction: Proceedings -- Hope & Schupack Corrosion Symposium [CD] ACI, 2013 is CD contains 10 papers presented at the ACI Spring Convention, Dallas, Texas, US, March 2013 and sponsored by ACI Committee 222 -- Corrosion of metals in concrete. e papers cover a variety of subject areas, including mechanism of corrosion of reinforcing steel in concrete; identifying, investigating and quantifying corrosion; corrosion control measures for new and existing structures; and innovative materials and testing techniques. Concrete Repair Manual Fourth Edition [CD] ACI, 2013 is fourth edition is a comprehensive collection of concrete repair information. e manual is divided into seven principal areas -- general topics (including concrete repair terminology), condition evaluation, concrete restoration, contractual, strengthening, protection, and special cases. Code Requirements for Evaluation, Repair, and Rehabilitation of Concrete Buildings (ACI 562-13) and Commentary ACI Committee 562, 2013 e ACI 562 code provides standard requirements for evaluating existing concrete buildings and then the subsequent structural repair, rehabilitation, and strengthening of those buildings. is code provides rules for a preliminary evaluation that determines the "design basis code", ie if the building can be repaired based on the ACI 318 version used in the original design, or if the repair needs to comply with the current ACI 318. e code provides rules for determining strength of in-situ material, performing structural analysis, designing repairs for strength and durability, requirements for stability and shoring of construction, and inspection and testing of repairs. Commentary provides application guidance as well as references for additional information. A must-have document for structural concrete repairs. Reinforced Concrete: e Designers Handbook BELETICH, A. S., HYMAS, I. D., HYMAS, S. G. et al. Cement and Concrete Services, 2013 e authors bring together educational experience in tertiary and technical education sectors combined with research experience and practical experience in reinforced concrete design and associated elds of concrete testing, tilt-up concrete design, concrete pavements and concrete pipes. is Australian book emphasises the theory behind design principles and equations used in design standards. e Global Cement Report, 10th edition BAL, M., BELL., P., FERNANDES, J., et al. (eds.) Tradeship, 2013 Published by International Cement Review every two years, e Global Cement Report is the most comprehensive industry reference available, featuring key market information on over 165 countries. e tenth edition of the Global Cement Report presents the latest market information covering the 2010-12 period, alongside short-term forecasts for the period up to 2014. Cement consumption and production data, import and export statistics plus recent pricing information, and new plant projects combine to make this a comprehensive and invaluable resource. e report s well-known country-by-country format is supplemented with an in-depth world overview of key industry trends and company pro les of the leading cement producers. oroughly researched by ICR s experienced team of analysts, this report integrates all available market data and combines detailed quantitative analysis with expert assessments to produce the only truly global overview of the cement sector available. e Global Cement Report is supplied with a companion CD featuring a 22-year statistical database covering the 1990-2012 period, presented in a variety of formats to facilitate global and regional research assessments. ACI 550.2R-13: Design Guide for Connections in Precast Jointed Systems Joint ACI-ASCE Committee 550, ACI, 2013 is guide provides information on the characteristics and design of connections between precast concrete components and between precast components and cast-in-place construc- tion. e proper detailing and design of precast concrete connections are essential to the performance of a precast concrete structure. e guide describes typical precast jointed systems and their connection types, performance, and characteristics, and provides recommendations for design and construc- tion. ree classes of connections are identi ed and their characteristic and key design considerations given. Also included are guidelines for designing connections and their anchorage, a description of precast systems, typical lateral- load-resisting systems, key design considerations, and erec- tion requirements including special welding considerations.