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References are included that provide supplementary data on the effects of curing temperature on concrete strength. Cold Weather Concreting revised in provides you with the techniques to properly manufacture, place and protect concrete in cold weather.
Supplementary material on the effect of curing temperatures on concrete strength is referenced in authoritative sources.
3066r-88 For many structural concretes, protection considerably in excess of that required to insure freedom from damage by early freezing is required to assure safe development of strength. Cold Weather Concreting Reapproved Author s: Appears on pages s: Accelerators, keeping of temperature records, heating of materials, subgrade preparation, protective insulating coverings, heated enclosures, curing, maturity concept, and form removal are discussed.
This ACI report provides valuable charts and graphs, as well as discussion of construction methods, protective coverings, temperature recording procedures, and material requirements. For many structural concretes, protection considerably in excess of that required to prevent damage by early freezing is needed to assure development of adequate strength.
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The general requirements for producing satisfactory concrete during cold weather are discussed, as are methods for achieving these requirements. A newer version of this document exists. Introduction General requirements Temperature of concrete as mixed and placed and heating of materials Preparation before concreting Protection against freezing and protection for concrete not requiring construction supports Protection for structural concrete requiring construction supports Materials and methods of protection Curing requirements and methods Acceleration of setting and strength development References.
Continue Shopping Go To Cart. The general requirements for producing satisfactory concrete during cold weather are discussed, and methods for satisfying these requirements are described. A list of selected references is included.
The following items are discussed in the report: This 306-88 was replaced by R One of the objectives of cold weather concreting practice is to provide protection of the concrete at early ages to prevent damage from freezing.
Cold Weather Concreting Reapproved