Standard Practice for Selecting Proportions for. Normal, Heavyweight, and Mass Concrete (ACI ). Reported by ACI Committee 2-ACI Standard Practice for Selecting Proportions for Normal, Heavyweight, and Mass ConcreteProcedure for Mix Design. S. Hassiotis (Last updated. ACI Standard Practice for Selecting Proportions for Normal Heavyweight, and Mass Concrete fine t Members of Subcommittee A who prepared the revision. aggregates: fly ash; heavyweight aggregates; Download pdf.
|Language:||English, Spanish, Arabic|
|Genre:||Health & Fitness|
|Distribution:||Free* [*Registration needed]|
ACI - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. ACI ACI Standard Practice for Selecting Proportions for Normal, Heavyweight, And Mass Concrete - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File . txt) or read. Concrete is composed principally of aggregates, a portland or blended cement, and water, and contain other cementitious materials and/or chemical.
Carrasquillo George W.
Hollon James S. Pierce William H.
Voelker Alan C. Carter William W.
Hotaling, Jr. Sandor Popovics" Jack W.
Weber" Martyn T. Conrey Robert S. Jenkins Steven A. Ragan Dean J. White II James E. Cook Paul K1ieger Harry C. Robinson Milton H. Willis, Jr. Russel A.
Cook" Frank J. Lahm Jere H.
Rose" Francis C. Cordon Slantey H. Lee James A. Scherocman Robert Yuan Wayne J. Costa Gary R. Mass" James M.
Shilstone" Gary R. Masst George R. Abdun-Nurt David A.
Crocker Richard C. Meiningert William S. Sypher William L. Barringert Luis H.
Diaz James E. Olive non Ava Szypula Stanley G. Tahir Rao 2-ACI In this summary, I will borrow heavily from the language, graphs, and tables of the manual to create a guideline for mix design of normal weight concrete that will be used for educational purposes at Stevens. For example, a bag of cement 94 lbs. If the cement was consolidated and without voids it would approximately occupy only 0. Therefore, the volume the cement will actually occupy in a batch of concrete will be its absolute volume of 0.
Design for a strength of psi. The available materials, along with the data that we will need to design the mix, are given in the table below. Choice of Slump If slump is not specified, use Table 6. In this example, for footings the slump should be between 1 and 3 inches.
Use a slump of 3 for a mix that is more workable. STEP 2. Choice of maximum size aggregate. The nominal maximum size of aggregate should be the largest that is economically available and consistent with the dimensions of the structure. See full report for more information. In this example, the maximum size is 1 inch.
STEP 3. Cook Russel A. Cordon Wayne J. Costa Edward A. James E. Bennett, Jr. Cook-t Russell A. Cook David A. Crocker Kenneth W. Fox Donald A. Graham George W. Hollon William W. Hotaling, Jr. Robert S. Jenkins Paul Klieger Frank J. Lahm Stanley H.
Lee Gary R. Mearing Richard C. Narva Leo P. Nicholson James E.