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Concrete technology / A.M. Neville and J.J. Brooks.

By: Neville, Adam M.
Contributor(s): Brooks, J. J.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Harlow; New York : Prentice Hall, c2010Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xvi, 442 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780273732198 ; 0273732196.Subject(s): Concrete | CementDDC classification: 620.136 Online resources: WorldCat details | E-book Fulltext
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Table of contents 1. Concrete As A Structural Material. 2. Cement. 3. Normal Aggregate. 4. Quality Of Water. 5. Fresh Concrete. 6. Strength Of Concrete. 7. Mixing, Handling, Placing And Compacting Concrete. 8. Admixtures. 9. Temperature Problems In Concreting. 10. Development Of Strength. 11. Other Strength Properties. 12. Elasticity And Creep. 13. Deformation And Cracking Independent Of Load. 14. Permeability And Durability. 15. Resistance To Freezing And Thawing. 16. Testing. 17. Compliance With Specifications. 18. Lightweight Concrete. 19. Mix Design. 20. Special Concretes. An Overview.Relevant American and British StandardsIndex.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of contents 1. Concrete As A Structural Material. 2. Cement. 3. Normal Aggregate. 4. Quality Of Water. 5. Fresh Concrete. 6. Strength Of Concrete. 7. Mixing, Handling, Placing And Compacting Concrete. 8. Admixtures. 9. Temperature Problems In Concreting. 10. Development Of Strength. 11. Other Strength Properties. 12. Elasticity And Creep. 13. Deformation And Cracking Independent Of Load. 14. Permeability And Durability. 15. Resistance To Freezing And Thawing. 16. Testing. 17. Compliance With Specifications. 18. Lightweight Concrete. 19. Mix Design. 20. Special Concretes. An Overview.Relevant American and British StandardsIndex.

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