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Concrete In Australia : September 2013
Concrete in Australia Vol 39 No 3 65 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. Recent projects 1990 -- present MAKI, F. Maki and Associates, Tokyo, 2011 In 1990, Fumihiko Maki returned to full-time architectural practice from an academic career, which had begun in the mid-1950s at Washington University in St. Louis, Harvard University and the University of Tokyo. is year also marks the point where Maki s practice began to expand internationally outside of Japan. Fumihiko Maki : Architectural theories and works,1960 -- 2013 MAKI, F. Archicreation Journal, Beijing, China, 2013 is special issue from Fumihiko Maki includes the architectural design theories of the Japanese master architect and his works. e three articles, namely "Notes on collective form", "Power of space" and "Floating modernism", fully reveal the design philosophies of Fumihiko Maki from the perspectives of urban study, architectural design and architectural thinking orientation. Reinforced and prestressed concrete: analysis and design with emphasis on application of AS3600-2009, Second edition. LOO, Y.-C., CHOWDERY, S. H., Cambridge University Press, 2013 Reinforced and prestressed concrete remains the most comprehensive text for engineering students and instructors as well as practising engineers. is second edition has been updated to re ect recent amendments to the Australian Standard for Concrete Structures AS 3600-2009. e content is presented in a clear, easy-to-follow manner and this edition features even more illustrative and design examples to aid comprehension of complex concepts. Concrete structures for wind turbines GRÜNBERG, J., GÖHLMANN, J Ernst & Sohn, Berlin, Germany, 2013 e wind energy industry in Germany has an excellent global standing when it comes to the development and construction of wind turbines. Germany currently represents the world s largest market for wind energy. AS 4586 -- 2013 : Slip resistance classi cation of new pedestrian surface materials Standards Australia, 2013 Sets out means of classifying pedestrian surface materials according to their frictional characteristics. ACI 229R-13: Report on controlled low-strength materials ACI, 2013 Controlled low-strength material (CLSM) is a self- consolidating cementitious material used primarily as a back ll as an alternative to compacted ll. is report contains information on applications; materials; properties; proportioning; mixing, transporting and placing; quality control; and low-density CLSM using preformed foam. Masonry designers guide, 7th edition Masonry Society [US], Boulder, Colorado, 2013 e 7th Edition of the Masonry Designers Guide (MDG- 7) has been completely updated to address the numerous additions and changes in the 2011 edition of the Building Code Requirements and Speci cation for Masonry Structures (TMS 402/ACI 530/ASCE 5 and TMS 602/ACI 530.1/ASCE 6) -- also referred to as the 2011 MSJC. Risk Management for Design and Construction John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, New Jersey, 2011 Risk management allows construction professionals to identify the risks inherent in all projects, and to provide the tools for evaluating the probabilities and impacts to minimise the risk potential. is book introduces risk as a central pillar of project management and shows how a project manager can be prepared for dealing with uncertainty. Written by experts in the eld, Risk Management for Design and Construction uses clear, straightforward terminology to demystify the concepts of project uncertainty and risk. ACI 345.2R-13 : Guide for widening highway bridges ACI Committee 345, 2013 Many highway bridges become functionally obsolete due to inadequate width before they become structurally de cient. Widening is generally more economical than complete replacement. us, there is a mandate to share the results of research and experience pertaining to bridge widening. is guide discusses technical issues related to the widening of concrete bridges and bridges with concrete decks. e primary focus of this document is on bridge decks, even though substructure issues are raised and discussed.