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  • SSPC-SP7 Brush-off Blast Cleaning.pdf SSPC-SP7 Brush-off Blast Cleaning.pdf (瀏覽:5)
  • PIP STS03001-01 Plain And Reinforced Concrete 素混凝土及配筋混凝土.pdf PIP STS03001-01 Plain And Reinforced Concrete 素混凝土及配筋混凝土.pdf (瀏覽:5)
  • PIP STE03020-05 Guidelines for Tank Foundation Designs 儲罐基礎設計指南.pdf PIP STE03020-05 Guidelines for Tank Foundation Designs 儲罐基礎設計指南.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • AWS D1.1&D1.1M-2015 Structural Welding Code-Steel 鋼結構焊接規范.pdf AWS D1.1&D1.1M-2015 Structural Welding Code-Steel 鋼結構焊接規范.pdf (瀏覽:3)
  • AISC Manual of Steel Construction -ASD9 Part5_Specifications And Codes 鋼結構手冊-容許應力法9 第5部分-標準和規范.pdf AISC Manual of Steel Construction -ASD9 Part5_Specifications And Codes 鋼結構手冊-容許應力法9 第5部分-標準和規范.pdf (瀏覽:2)
  • AISC Design Guide 27 Structural Stainless Stee 設計指南27 不銹鋼結構.pdf AISC Design Guide 27 Structural Stainless Stee 設計指南27 不銹鋼結構.pdf (瀏覽:3)
  • AISC Design Guide 17 High Strength Bolt 設計指南17 高強螺栓.pdf AISC Design Guide 17 High Strength Bolt 設計指南17 高強螺栓.pdf (瀏覽:2)
  • Detailing for Steel Construction 鋼結構詳圖.pdf Detailing for Steel Construction 鋼結構詳圖.pdf (瀏覽:4)
  • ACI 408R-03.pdf ACI 408R-03.pdf (瀏覽:3)
  • SSPC-SP2 Hand Tool Cleaning.pdf SSPC-SP2 Hand Tool Cleaning.pdf (瀏覽:3)
  • ACI 349.2R-97 Embedment Design Examples 預埋件設計實例.pdf ACI 349.2R-97 Embedment Design Examples 預埋件設計實例.pdf (瀏覽:4)
  • PIP STF05530-06 Grating Fabrication Details 格柵板制造詳圖.pdf PIP STF05530-06 Grating Fabrication Details 格柵板制造詳圖.pdf (瀏覽:4)
  • ACI 309.1R-08 Report on Behavior of Fresh Concrete During Vibration 振動過程中新鮮混凝土的性能報告.pdf ACI 309.1R-08 Report on Behavior of Fresh Concrete During Vibration 振動過程中新鮮混凝土的性能報告.pdf (瀏覽:2)
  • SSPC-SP5 White Metal Blast Cleaning.pdf SSPC-SP5 White Metal Blast Cleaning.pdf (瀏覽:2)
  • PIP CVC01015 Civil Design Criteria-2005 土木工程設計標準.pdf PIP CVC01015 Civil Design Criteria-2005 土木工程設計標準.pdf (瀏覽:3)
  • ACI 304.4R-95 (R2008) Placing Concrete with Belt Conveyer 傳送帶運輸的混凝土澆筑.pdf ACI 304.4R-95 (R2008) Placing Concrete with Belt Conveyer 傳送帶運輸的混凝土澆筑.pdf (瀏覽:3)
  • PIP STI03310-05 Concrete Typical Details 混凝土典型詳圖.pdf PIP STI03310-05 Concrete Typical Details 混凝土典型詳圖.pdf (瀏覽:5)
  • AISC Manual of Steel Construction -ASD9 Part1_Dimensions And Properties 鋼結構手冊-容許應力法9 第1部分-尺寸和截面屬性.pdf AISC Manual of Steel Construction -ASD9 Part1_Dimensions And Properties 鋼結構手冊-容許應力法9 第1部分-尺寸和截面屬性.pdf (瀏覽:2)
  • ACI 232.2R-03 Use of Fly Ash in Concrete 混凝土中粉煤灰的使用.pdf ACI 232.2R-03 Use of Fly Ash in Concrete 混凝土中粉煤灰的使用.pdf (瀏覽:2)
  • PIP STC01015-04 Structural Design Criteria 結構設計標準.pdf PIP STC01015-04 Structural Design Criteria 結構設計標準.pdf (瀏覽:4)
  • AISC Design Guide 23 Constructability of Structural Steel Buildings 設計指南23 鋼結構建筑的可施工性.pdf AISC Design Guide 23 Constructability of Structural Steel Buildings 設計指南23 鋼結構建筑的可施工性.pdf (瀏覽:2)
  • AWS D1.1&D1.1M-2008 Structural Welding Code-Steel 鋼結構焊接規范.pdf AWS D1.1&D1.1M-2008 Structural Welding Code-Steel 鋼結構焊接規范.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • ACI 214R-02 Guide to Evaluation of Strength Test Results of Concrete 混凝土強度試驗結果的評定指南.pdf ACI 214R-02 Guide to Evaluation of Strength Test Results of Concrete 混凝土強度試驗結果的評定指南.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • AISC Manual of Steel Construction -ASD9 Part3_Columns 鋼結構手冊-容許應力法9 第3部分-柱.pdf AISC Manual of Steel Construction -ASD9 Part3_Columns 鋼結構手冊-容許應力法9 第3部分-柱.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • SSPC_SP6-2007.pdf SSPC_SP6-2007.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • AISC Design Guide 25Frame Design Using Web-Tapered Members 設計指南25 使用楔形變截面構件的框架設計.pdf AISC Design Guide 25Frame Design Using Web-Tapered Members 設計指南25 使用楔形變截面構件的框架設計.pdf (瀏覽:2)
  • AISC Design Guide 09 Tortional Analysis of Structural Steel Members 設計指南09 鋼結構構件的抗扭分析.pdf AISC Design Guide 09 Tortional Analysis of Structural Steel Members 設計指南09 鋼結構構件的抗扭分析.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • ACI 207.5R-99 Roller-Compacted Mass Concrete 碾壓大體積混凝土.pdf ACI 207.5R-99 Roller-Compacted Mass Concrete 碾壓大體積混凝土.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • SSPC-SP10 Near-White Blast Cleaning.pdf SSPC-SP10 Near-White Blast Cleaning.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • PIP STS03601-01 Epoxy Grout Specification 環氧樹脂灌漿規定.pdf PIP STS03601-01 Epoxy Grout Specification 環氧樹脂灌漿規定.pdf (瀏覽:0)
  • AISC Design Guide 11 Floor Vibration Due to Human Activity 設計指南11 人類活動引起的樓板振動.pdf AISC Design Guide 11 Floor Vibration Due to Human Activity 設計指南11 人類活動引起的樓板振動.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • Chapter 4 - Design of Slender Columns 第4章 柔性柱設計.pdf Chapter 4 - Design of Slender Columns 第4章 柔性柱設計.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • PIP STF05501-02 Fixed Ladders and Cages 固定式直爬梯及護籠.pdf PIP STF05501-02 Fixed Ladders and Cages 固定式直爬梯及護籠.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • PIP STE05121-06 Anchor Bolt Design Guide 地腳螺栓設計指南.pdf PIP STE05121-06 Anchor Bolt Design Guide 地腳螺栓設計指南.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • Chapter 6 - Seismic Design 第6章 抗震設計.pdf Chapter 6 - Seismic Design 第6章 抗震設計.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • ACI 363R-10Report on High Strength Concrete 高強度混凝土報告.pdf ACI 363R-10Report on High Strength Concrete 高強度混凝土報告.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • IBC International Building Code-2012.pdf IBC International Building Code-2012.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • IBC International Building Code-2006.pdf IBC International Building Code-2006.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • ACI 408.2R-92 State-of-the-Art Report- Bond Under Cyclic Loads 循環荷載下鋼筋的粘結-最新進展報告.pdf ACI 408.2R-92 State-of-the-Art Report- Bond Under Cyclic Loads 循環荷載下鋼筋的粘結-最新進展報告.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • ACI 334.1R-92 Concrete Shell Structures Practice and Commentary 混凝土殼結構做法和條文解釋.pdf ACI 334.1R-92 Concrete Shell Structures Practice and Commentary 混凝土殼結構做法和條文解釋.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • API 650-09 Welded Tanks for Oil Storage 焊接石油儲罐.pdf API 650-09 Welded Tanks for Oil Storage 焊接石油儲罐.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • ANSI A14.3-2000 Ladders–Fixed–Safety Requirements 固定直爬梯的安全性要求.pdf ANSI A14.3-2000 Ladders–Fixed–Safety Requirements 固定直爬梯的安全性要求.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • ACI 336.3R-93 Design and Construction of Drilled Piers 鉆孔樁的設計和施工.pdf ACI 336.3R-93 Design and Construction of Drilled Piers 鉆孔樁的設計和施工.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • ACI 306R-88 Cold Weather Concreting 低溫天氣下的混凝土澆筑.pdf ACI 306R-88 Cold Weather Concreting 低溫天氣下的混凝土澆筑.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • AISC A beginners guide to the steel construction manual 14th edition 鋼結構手冊 初學者指南.pdf AISC A beginners guide to the steel construction manual 14th edition 鋼結構手冊 初學者指南.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • ACI 308.1-98 Specification for Curing Concrete 混凝土養護規范.pdf ACI 308.1-98 Specification for Curing Concrete 混凝土養護規范.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • AISC Design Guide 29- Vertical Bracing Connections--Analysis and Design 設計指南29 垂直撐節點-分析和設計.pdf AISC Design Guide 29- Vertical Bracing Connections--Analysis and Design 設計指南29 垂直撐節點-分析和設計.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • ACI 301M-10 Specifications for Structural Concrete 結構混凝土規范.pdf ACI 301M-10 Specifications for Structural Concrete 結構混凝土規范.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • AISC Design Guide 21 Welded Connections--A Primer for Engineers 設計指南 21 焊接連接.pdf AISC Design Guide 21 Welded Connections--A Primer for Engineers 設計指南 21 焊接連接.pdf (瀏覽:1)
  • AISC Design Guide 07 Industrial Buildings Roofs To Anchor Rods 設計指南07 工業建筑-從屋面到錨栓.pdf AISC Design Guide 07 Industrial Buildings Roofs To Anchor Rods 設計指南07 工業建筑-從屋面到錨栓.pdf (瀏覽:1)
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          • ASCE 37-02 Design Loads on Structures during Construction 施工期間作用在結構上的設計荷載.pdf
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          • SSPC-SP7 Brush-off Blast Cleaning.pdf
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          • ANSI A14.3-2000 Ladders–Fixed–Safety Requirements 固定直爬梯的安全性要求.pdf
          • ANSI,ASSE-A1264.1-2007.工作地點的地板及其出入口;工作地點的地板、墻壁、頂棚開洞;樓梯及圍欄系統的安全性要求.pdf
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          • Detailing for Steel Construction 鋼結構詳圖.pdf
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        • ACI (American Concrete Institute)--美國混凝土學會
          • ACI 408R-03.pdf
          • ACI 349.2R-97 Embedment Design Examples 預埋件設計實例.pdf
          • ACI 309.1R-08 Report on Behavior of Fresh Concrete During Vibration 振動過程中新鮮混凝土的性能報告.pdf
          • ACI 304.4R-95 (R2008) Placing Concrete with Belt Conveyer 傳送帶運輸的混凝土澆筑.pdf
          • ACI 232.2R-03 Use of Fly Ash in Concrete 混凝土中粉煤灰的使用.pdf
          • ACI 214R-02 Guide to Evaluation of Strength Test Results of Concrete 混凝土強度試驗結果的評定指南.pdf
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          • ACI 363R-10Report on High Strength Concrete 高強度混凝土報告.pdf
          • ACI 408.2R-92 State-of-the-Art Report- Bond Under Cyclic Loads 循環荷載下鋼筋的粘結-最新進展報告.pdf
          • ACI 334.1R-92 Concrete Shell Structures Practice and Commentary 混凝土殼結構做法和條文解釋.pdf
          • ACI 336.3R-93 Design and Construction of Drilled Piers 鉆孔樁的設計和施工.pdf
          • ACI 306R-88 Cold Weather Concreting 低溫天氣下的混凝土澆筑.pdf
          • ACI 308.1-98 Specification for Curing Concrete 混凝土養護規范.pdf
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          • ACI 303R-04 Guide to Cast-in-Place Architectural Concrete Practice 建筑用現澆混凝土做法指南.pdf
          • ACI 362.1R-97 Guide for the Design of Durable Parking Structures 永久性停車場結構設計指南.pdf
          • ACI 230.1R-90 Report on Soil Cement 關于灰土的最新報告.pdf
          • ACI SP-66(04) ACI Detailing Manual-2004.pdf
          • ACI 224R-01 Control of Cracking in Concrete Structures 混凝土結構的裂縫控制.pdf
          • ACI 351.3R-04 Foundations for Dynamic Equipment 動設備基礎.pdf
          • ACI 212.3R-04 Chemical Admixtures for Concrete 混凝土的化學添加劑.pdf
          • ACI 315-99 Details and Detailing of Concrete Reinforcement 混凝土配筋詳圖及放樣.pdf
          • ACI 309R-05 Guide for Consolidation of Concrete 混凝土固結指南.pdf
          • ACI 306.1-90 Standard Specification for Cold Weather Concreting 低溫天氣下的混凝土澆筑標準規范.pdf
          • ACI 305R-10 Hot Weather Concreting 高溫天氣下的混凝土澆筑(譯文).pdf
          • ACI 207.1R-05 Guide to Mass Concrete 大體積混凝土指南.pdf
          • ACI 234R-06 Guide for the Use of Silica Fume in Concrete 混凝土中硅粉的使用指南.pdf
          • ACI 233R-03 Slag Cement in Concrete and Mortar 用于混凝土和砂漿中的礦渣水泥.pdf
          • ACI 225R-99 Guide to the Selection and Use of Hydraulic Cements 水硬性水泥的選擇和使用指南.pdf
          • ACI 224.2R-92 Cracking of Concrete Members in Direct Tension 受拉混凝土構件中的裂縫.pdf
          • ACI 211.5R-01 Guide for Submittal of Concrete Proportions 混凝土配合比提交指南.pdf
          • ACI 211.3R-02 Guide for Selecting Proportions for No-Slump Concrete 干硬性混凝土配合比選擇指南.pdf
          • ACI 362.2R-00 Guide for Structural Maintenance of Parking Structures 停車場結構維護指南.pdf
          • ACI 332.1R-06 Guide to Residential Concrete Construction 住宅鋼筋混凝土結構指南.pdf
          • ACI 306R-10 Cold Weather Concreting 低溫天氣下的混凝土澆筑(譯文).pdf
          • ACI 301-05 Specifications for Structural Concrete 結構混凝土規范.pdf
          • ACI 360R-06 Design of Slab on Ground 地面板的設計.pdf
          • ACI 228.1R-03 In-Place Methods to Estimate Concrete Strength 混凝土強度的現場估算方法.pdf
          • ACI 311.4R-05 Guide for Concrete Inspection 混凝土檢驗指南.pdf
          • ACI CT-13 Concrete Terminology 混凝土結構術語 .pdf
          • ACI 224.3R-95 Joints in Concrete Construction 混凝土結構中的接縫.pdf
          • ACI 305R-99 Hot Weather Concreting 高溫天氣下的混凝土澆筑.pdf
          • ACI 365.1R-00 Service-Life Prediction - State-of-the-Art Report 混凝土結構壽命預測-最新報告.pdf
          • ACI 233R-03(R2011) Slag Cement in Concrete and Mortar 用于混凝土和砂漿中的礦渣水泥(中文版).pdf
          • ACI 408.3R-09.pdf
          • ACI 336.1-01 Specification for the Construction of Drilled Piers 鉆孔樁施工規范.pdf
          • ACI 307-98 Design and Construction of Reinforced Concrete Chimneys 鋼筋混凝土煙囪的設計和施工.pdf
          • ACI 302.1R-04 Guide for Concrete Floor and Slab Construction 混凝土地面和樓板的施工方法指南.pdf
          • ACI 207.4R-05 Cooling and Insulating Systems for Mass Concrete 大體積混凝土的降溫隔熱體系.pdf
          • ACI 351.2R-94 Foundations for Static Equipment 動設備基礎.pdf
          • ACI 309.5R-00 Compaction of Roller-Compacted Concrete 碾壓混凝土的壓實.pdf
          • ACI 347-04 Guide to Formwork for Concrete 混凝土模板指南.pdf
          • ACI 304R-00 (Reapproved 2009) 混凝土計量、攪拌、運輸和澆筑指南(2009年再次批準)(中文版).pdf
          • ACI 308R-01 (R2008) Guide to Curing Concrete 混凝土養護指南.pdf
          • ACI 304.2R-96 (R2008) Placing Conrete by Pumping Method 泵送法澆筑混凝土.pdf
          • ACI 213R-03 Guide for Structural Lightweight-Aggregate Concrete 輕骨料結構混凝土指南.pdf
        • AISC Design Guide
          • AISC Design Guide 27 Structural Stainless Stee 設計指南27 不銹鋼結構.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 17 High Strength Bolt 設計指南17 高強螺栓.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 23 Constructability of Structural Steel Buildings 設計指南23 鋼結構建筑的可施工性.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 25Frame Design Using Web-Tapered Members 設計指南25 使用楔形變截面構件的框架設計.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 09 Tortional Analysis of Structural Steel Members 設計指南09 鋼結構構件的抗扭分析.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 11 Floor Vibration Due to Human Activity 設計指南11 人類活動引起的樓板振動.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 29- Vertical Bracing Connections--Analysis and Design 設計指南29 垂直撐節點-分析和設計.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 21 Welded Connections--A Primer for Engineers 設計指南 21 焊接連接.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 07 Industrial Buildings Roofs To Anchor Rods 設計指南07 工業建筑-從屋面到錨栓.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 19 Fire Resistance of Structural Steel Framing 設計指南19 鋼框架抗火.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 02 Steel and Composite Beams with Web Opennings 設計指南02 腹板開洞的鋼梁和組合梁.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 22 Facade Attachments to Steel-Framed Buildings 設計指南22 鋼框架建筑立面的附著物.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 28Stability Design of Steel Buildings 設計指南28 鋼結構詳圖.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 26 Design of Blast Resistant Structures 設計指南26 抗爆結構的設計.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 24 Hollow Structural Section Connections 設計指南24 空心結構型材的連接.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 18 Steel-Framed Open-Deck Parking Structures 設計指南18 開敞式鋼框架停車結構.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 20 Steel Plate Shear Walls 設計指南20 鋼板剪力墻.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 08 Partially Restrained Composite Connections 設計指南08 部分約束的組合連接節點.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 14 Staggered Truss Framing Systems 設計指南14 錯列桁架結構體系.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 10 Erection Bracing of Low-Rise Structural Steel Buildings 設計指南10 低層鋼結構建筑的安裝支撐.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 01 Base Plate and Anchor Rod Design 設計指南01-柱腳底板和錨栓設計.pdf
          • AISC Design Guide 05 Low-and Medium-Rise Steel Buildings 設計指南05 中低高度鋼結構建筑.pdf
        • API (American Petrolem Institute)--美國石油學會
          • API 650-09 Welded Tanks for Oil Storage 焊接石油儲罐.pdf
        • AWS (American Welding Society)--美國焊接協會
          • AWS D1.1&D1.1M-2015 Structural Welding Code-Steel 鋼結構焊接規范.pdf
          • AWS D1.1&D1.1M-2008 Structural Welding Code-Steel 鋼結構焊接規范.pdf
          • AWS D1.1&D1.1M-2010 Structural Welding Code-Steel 鋼結構焊接規范.pdf
          • AWS D1.8&D1.8M-2009 Structural Welding Code-Seismic Supplement 結構焊接規范-地震增補.pdf
        • FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency)--美國聯邦緊急事務管理署
          • AASHTO (American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials)--美國州公路暨運輸官員協會
            • ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials)--美國材料與試驗協會
              • RCSC (Research Council on Structural Connections)--結構連接節點研究委員會
                • PIP (Process Industry Practices)--實用流程工業協會
                  • CIVIL
                    • PIP CVC01015 Civil Design Criteria-2005 土木工程設計標準.pdf
                    • PIP CVS02010 Geotechnical Engineering Investigation Specification 巖土工程勘察規定.pdf
                  • STRUCTURAL
                    • PIP STS03001-01 Plain And Reinforced Concrete 素混凝土及配筋混凝土.pdf
                    • PIP STE03020-05 Guidelines for Tank Foundation Designs 儲罐基礎設計指南.pdf
                    • PIP STF05530-06 Grating Fabrication Details 格柵板制造詳圖.pdf
                    • PIP STI03310-05 Concrete Typical Details 混凝土典型詳圖.pdf
                    • PIP STC01015-04 Structural Design Criteria 結構設計標準.pdf
                    • PIP STS03601-01 Epoxy Grout Specification 環氧樹脂灌漿規定.pdf
                    • PIP STF05501-02 Fixed Ladders and Cages 固定式直爬梯及護籠.pdf
                    • PIP STE05121-06 Anchor Bolt Design Guide 地腳螺栓設計指南.pdf
                    • PIP STF05535-05 Vessel Circular Platform Details 圓形容器平臺詳圖.pdf
                    • PIP STS03600-02 Nonshrink Cementitious Grout Specification 無收縮水泥基灌漿規定.pdf
                    • PIP STS02360-08 Driven Piles Specification 預制樁打樁規定.pdf
                    • PIP STF05511 Fixed Industrial Stairs-2002 固定式工業樓梯.pdf
                    • PIP STC01018-01 Blast Resistant Building Design Criteria 抗爆建筑物設計規定.pdf
                    • PIP STE05535-05 Circular Vessel Platform Detail Guidelines 圓形容器平臺詳圖指南.pdf
                    • PIP STE03350-04 Vertical Vessel Foundation Design Guide 立式容器基礎設計指南.pdf
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            ACI 213R-03 supersedes ACI 213R-87 (Reapproved 1999) and became effective September 26, 2003. Copyright ? 2003, American Concrete Institute. All rights reserved including rights of reproduction and use in any form or by any means, including the making of copies by any photo process, or by electronic or mechanical device, printed, written, or oral, or recording for sound or visual reproduction or for use in any knowledge or retrieval system or device, unless permission in writing is obtained fro ACI 347-04 supersedes ACI 347R-03 and became effective October 15, 2004. Copyright 2004, American Concrete Institute. 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Larson* Chairman Hamid Abdoveis* William Babcock J. Randolph Becker* William L. Bounds* Marvin A. Cones Dale H. Curtis* Shraddhakar Harsh* C. Raymond Hays* A. Harry Karabinis* John C. King Joseph P. Morawski* Navin Pandya* Ira W. Pearce* Mark Porat* James P. Lee* Chairman, Subcommittee 351.3 John A. Richards* Robert W. Ross* Philip A. Smith Robert C. Vallance* Alfonzo L. Wilson Matthew W. WroACI 207.4R-05 supersedes 207.4R-93 (Reapproved 1998) and became effective August 15, 2005. Copyright 2005, American Concrete Institute. All rights reserved including rights of reproduction and use in any form or by any means, including the making of copies by any photo process, or by electronic or mechanical device, printed, written, or oral, or recording for sound or visual reproduction or for use in any knowledge or retrieval system or device, unless permission in writing is obtained from theACI 302.1R-04 supersedes ACI 302.1R-96 and became effective March 23, 2004. 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Copyright 2000, American Concrete Institute. All rights reserved including rights of reproduction and use in any form or by any means, including the making of copies by any photo process, or by electronic or mechanical device, printed, whitten, or oral, or recording for sound or visual repro- duction or for use in any knowledge or retrieval system or device, unless permission in writing is obtained from the copyright prop224.3R-1 This report reviews the state of the art in design, construction, and mainte- nance of joints in concrete structures subjected to a wide variety of use and environmental conditions. In some cases, the option of eliminating joints is considered. Aspects of various joint sealant materials and jointing tech- niques are discussed. The reader is referred to ACI 504R for a more com- prehensive treatment of sealant materials, and to ACI 224R for a broad discussion of the causes and control of ACI CT-13 ACI Concrete Terminology An ACI STANDARD First Printing January 2013 ACI Concrete Terminology Copyright by the American Concrete Institute, Farmington Hills, MI. All rights reserved. This material may not be reproduced or copied, in whole or part, in any printed, mechanical, electronic, film, or other distribution and storage media, without the written consent of ACI. The technical committees responsible for ACI committee reports and standards strive to avoid ambiguities, omissions, 1 Chapter 5 Footing Design By S. Ali Mirza1 and William Brant2 5.1 Introduction Reinforced concrete foundations, or footings, transmit loads from a structure to the supporting soil. Footings are designed based on the nature of the loading, the properties of the footing and the properties of the soil. Design of a footing typically consists of the following steps: 1. Determine the requirements for the footing, including the loading and the nature of the supported structure. 2. SelACI 311.4R-05 supersedes ACI 311.4R-00 and became effective October 12, 2005. Copyright 2005, American Concrete Institute. All rights reserved including rights of reproduction and use in any form or by any means, including the making of copies by any photo process, or by electronic or mechanical device, printed, written, or oral, or recording for sound or visual reproduction or for use in any knowledge or retrieval system or device, unless permission in writing is obtained from the copyright prACI 228.1R-03 supersedes ACI 228.1R-95 and became effective September 16, 2003. Copyright ? 2003, American Concrete Institute. 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All rights reserved including rights of reproduction and use in any form or by any means, including the making of copies by any photo process, or by electronic or mechanical device, printed, written, or oral, or recording for sound or visual reproduction or for use in any knowledge or retrieval system or device, unless permission in writing is obtained from the copyright proprietors. ACI CommiACI 351.3R-04 became effective May 3, 2004. Copyright 2004, American Concrete Institute. All rights reserved including rights of reproduction and use in any form or by any means, including the making of copies by any photo process, or by electronic or mechanical device, printed, written, or oral, or recording for sound or visual reproduc- tion or for use in any knowledge or retrieval system or device, unless permission in writing is obtained from the copyright proprietors. ACI Committee ReportsACI 224R-01 supersedes ACI 224R-90 and became effective May 16, 2001. Copyright ? 2001, American Concrete Institute. All rights reserved including rights of reproduction and use in any form or by any means, including the making of copies by any photo process, or by electronic or mechanical device, printed, written, or oral, or recording for sound or visual reproduc- tion or for use in any knowledge or retrieval system or device, unless permission in writing is obtained from the copyright propri ACI 230.1R-90 (Reapproved 1997) Report on Soil Cement reported by ACI Committee 230 Wayne S. Adaska, Chairman Ara Arman Richard L. De Graffenreid Robert T. Barclay John R. Hess Theresa J. Casias Robert H. Kuhlman David A. Crocker Paul E. Mueller Harry C. Roof Dennis W. Super James M. Winford Anwar E. Z. Wissa Soil cement is a denseiy compacted mixture of portland cement, soil/ aggregate, and water. Used primarily as a base material for pave- ments, soil cement is also being used for slope protGuide for the Design of Durable Parking Structures Reported by ACI Committee 362 Thomas G. Weil Chairman James C. Anderson Michael L. Brainerd Ralph T. Brown Debrethann R. Cagley Girdh ari L. Chhabra Anthony P. Chrest Jo Coke Thomas J. D’ Arcy Boris Dragunsky David M. Fertal John F. Gibbons Harald G. Greve Keith W. Jacobson Norman G. Jacobson, Jr. Anthony N. Kojundic Gerard G. Litvan Howard R. May Gerard J. McGuire This guide is a summary of practical information regarding design of park- ing sSteel Design Guide Series Steel and Composite Beams with Web Openings Steel Design Guide Series Steel and Composite Beams with Web Openings Design of Steel and Composite Beams with Web Openings David Darwin Professor of Civil Engineering University of Kansas Lawrence, Kansas A M E R I C A N I N S T I T U T E O F S T E E L C O N S T R U C T I O N 2003 by American Institute of Steel Construction, Inc. All rights reserved. This publication or any part thereof must not be reproduced in any form wACI 303R-04 supersedes ACI 303R-91 and became effective August 27, 2004. Copyright 2004, American Concrete Institute. All rights reserved including rights of reproduction and use in any form or by any means, including the making of copies by any photo process, or by electronic or mechanical device, printed, written, or oral, or recording for sound or visual reproduc- tion or for use in any knowledge or retrieval system or device, unless permission in writing is obtained from the copyright propr Chapter 2 Design for Shear By Richard W. Furlong 2.1 Introduction Shear is the term assigned to forces that act perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of structural elements. Shear forces on beams are largest at the supports, and the shear force at any distance x from a support decreases by the amount of load between the support and the distance x. 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Kelsey The general requirements for producing satisfactory concr ANSI Standard A14.3-2000 Ladders – Fixed – Safety Requirements Scope and Application: This standard prescribes minimum requirements for the design, construction, and use of fixed ladders, and sets forth requirements for cages, wells, and ladder safety systems used with fixed ladders in order to minimize personal injuries. All parts and accessories necessary for a safe and efficient ladder shall be considered integral parts of the design. The methods employed to ensure compliance with thWelded Tanks for Oil Storage 08 API STANDARD 650 ELEVENTH EDITION, JUNE 2007 ADDENDUM 1: NOVEMBER 2008 ADDENDUM 2: NOVEMBER 2009 EFFECTIVE DATE: MAY 1, 2010 Welded Tanks for Oil Storage 08 Downstream Segment API STANDARD 650 ELEVENTH EDITION, JUNE 2007 ADDENDUM 1: NOVEMBER 2008 ADDENDUM 2: NOVEMBER 2009 EFFECTIVE DATE: MAY 1, 2010 SPECIAL NOTES API publications necessarily address problems of a general nature. With respect to particular circumstances, local, state, and federal laws and reAnton Tedesko Chairman Frank Baron David P. Billington Richard R. Bradshaw Felix Candela John V. Christiansen ACI 334.1R-92 (Reapproved 2002) Concrete Shell Structures Practice and Commentary Reported by ACI Committee 334 Committee mebers voting on the 1992 revisions: Phillip L. Gould Chairman Jack Christiansen John F. Abel David P. Billington Arthur J. Boyt, Jr. Eli W. Cohen Morris N. Fialkow Ajaya K. Gupta Robert B. Haber Alfred L. Parme Secretary Wilhelm Flugge Richard M. Gensert Otto GruenwaACI 408.2R-92 became effective August 1, 1992. Copyright 1992, American Concrete Institute. 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By harmonizing these technical requirements into a single set of Practices, administrative, application, aTECHNICAL CORRECTION February 2002 Process Industry Practices Structural PIP STF05501 Fixed Ladders and Cages PURPOSE AND USE OF PROCESS INDUSTRY PRACTICES In an effort to minimize the cost of process industry facilities, this Practice has been prepared from the technical requirements in the existing standards of major industrial users, contractors, or standards organizations. By harmonizing these technical requirements into a single set of Practices, administrative, application, and engineeri 1 Chapter 4 Design of Slender Columns By Murat Saatcioglu1 4.1 Introduction The majority of reinforced concrete columns in practice are subjected to very little secondary stresses associated with column deformations. These columns are designed as short columns using the column interaction diagrams presented in Chapter 3. Rarely, when the column height is longer than typical story height and/or the column section is small relative to column height, secondary stresses become significant,Steel Design Guide Series Floor Vibrations Due to Human Activity Floor Vibrations Due to Human Activity Thomas M. Murray, PhD, P.E. Montague-Betts Professor of Structural Steel Design The Charles E. Via, Jr. Department of Civil Engineering Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Blacksburg, Virginia, USA David E. Allen, PhD Senior Research Officer Institute for Research in Construction National Research Council Canada Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Eric E. Ungar, ScD, P.E. Chief EngineeriCOMPLETE REVISION October 2001 Process Industry Practices Structural PIP STS03601 Epoxy Grout Specification PURPOSE AND USE OF PROCESS INDUSTRY PRACTICES In an effort to minimize the cost of process industry facilities, this Practice has been prepared from the technical requirements in the existing standards of major industrial users, contractors, or standards organizations. By harmonizing these technical requirements into a single set of Practices, administrative, application, and engineering 207.5R-1 Roller-compacted concrete (RCC) is a concrete of no-slump consistency in its unhardened state that is transported, placed, and compacted using earth and rockfill construction equipment. This report includes the use of RCC in structures where measures should be taken to cope with the generation of heat from hydration of the cementitious materials and attendant volume change to minimize cracking. Materials mixture proportioning, properties, design considerations, construction, and quaSteel Design Guide Series Torsional Analysis of Structural Steel Members Steel Design Guide Series Torsional Analysis of Structural Steel Members Paul A. Seaburg, PhD, PE Head, Department of Architectural Engineering Pennsylvania State University University Park, PA Charles J. Carter, PE American Institute of Steel Construction Chicago, IL A M E R I C A N I N S T I T U T E OF S T E E L C O N S T R U C T I O N 2003 by American Institute of Steel Construction, Inc. All rights reserved. This pub25 Steel Design Guide Frame Design Using Web-Tapered Members 25 Steel Design Guide AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION Frame Design Using Web-Tapered Members RICHARD C. KAEHLER Computerized Structural Design, S.C. Milwaukee, Wisconsin DONALD W. 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By harmonizing these technical requirements into a single set of Practices, administrative, application, and engineering costs t COMPLETE REVISION November 2006 Process Industry Practices Structural PIP STF05530 Grating Fabrication Details PURPOSE AND USE OF PROCESS INDUSTRY PRACTICES In an effort to minimize the cost of process industry facilities, this Practice has been prepared from the technical requirements in the existing standards of major industrial users, contractors, or standards organizations. By harmonizing these technical requirements into a single set of Practices, administrative, application, ACI 349.2R-97 became effective October 16, 1997. Copyright ? 2002, American Concrete Institute. 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