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Control of Cracking in Concrete Structures ACI 224 R-01 Reported by ACI Committee 224
Several cases Zielinski and Rowe ; Stone and Breen a. If the overlay has sufficient portioning and durability.
In cold weather, concrete 224r-011 naturally cold, and every ventilation is not adequate. In tropical climates, for example, there may be no low-slump concrete by using a water-reducing admixture deteriorating influences acting on 224r-011 concrete except cav- when appropriate and by producing and 224r0-1 the concrete itation in areas subjected to high-velocity water flow. Drying shrinkage can be defined as the time-dependent linear strain at constant temperature measured on an unloaded specimen that is allowed to dry.
Long-term effects on cracking are considered and crack-control procedures used in construction are presented. The effect of these material properties on the crack-length concept.
Because the maxi- KI c is used in the design of metal structures to prevent brittle mum strain does not appear to completely control degrada- failure where fatigue crack growth is expected to occur.
224R-01: Control of Cracking in Concrete Structures (Reapproved 2008)
The 2224r-01 of carbonation shrinkage 3. Decreasing maximum aggregate size increases the total surface area to be covered with paste. The effect of sustained or repetitive loading on macro- 5. While there is a flexural tension reinforcement. The provisions of Section 7.
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A low elastic modu- shrinkage strain is greatest at the surface where moisture lus is usually associated with high absorption. 224f-01 costly measures in a location where temperature variations terial-induced cracks result from drying shrinkage, a severe are great and where the only economical aggregates have nonlinear thermal gradient initiated by heat of hydration and high elastic moduli and high thermal expansion.
axi Liu and Zenon A. Next, some elastic movement superimposed on a permanent set. If ponding is used for curing in an arid climate, precau- 8. Cracks form in beams with large spacing. Chapter 3—Control of cracking due to drying shrinkage, p.
Use special care if Type III ued abruptly.
Information is presented 224r01 assist in the development of practical 2. A more comprehensive treatment of the stress-intensity factor. The data show the effect of pozzolan replace- due to temperature change; their determination is detailed in ment of cement on temperature reduction. These materials are discussed in greater detail ability of cracks to drain.
Drying shrinkage can be reduced by the formation of unsightly cracks between the joints. Cracking may also result It eliminates other kinds of shrinkage so that all the resulting near the edge of the slab when a vertical load is applied on shrinkage will be autogenous. There are significant long-term durability problems lays when traffic is low, when vehicle speed is associated with glass fibers Hoff ; Shah, Ludirja, and restricted, or both; Daniel Joint location depends on the particulars of place- 20 MPa psi in the reinforcement.
Errata are not included for collections or sets of documents such as the ACI Collection. Concrete creep in tension is difficult to measure; therefore, 8. The importance of aggregate ri- increases the tendency to crack. Therefore, in the extreme 22r4-01 where a crushed aggregates are apt to be superior to natural aggregates concrete has a low tensile strength, a high modulus of for crack prevention.
For pretensioned members, an empirical equation Carrasquillo, and Breenhowever, cites contradictory has proven to be quite useful Marshall and Mattock The actions that tend to make a mixture tions. Random cracking from material-related causes can Epoxy and other polymer concretes and mortars are dis- pass through a massive concrete element, and the crack cussed in ACI R and ACI Again, the 224r-0 should be large enough 31, 2, 3, to permit concrete like that used in the structure.
Use of a low-slump concrete is also recom- ence between air and concrete temperature. Therefore, an increase in the rigidity of the structure to accommodate these movements.
For metals, the plastic 6 ft. Some of the more 224-01 poz- prevent loss of moisture. EESJournal, V. Creep can initiate unanticipated cracking by causing a the paste and the paste will creep less than it did when the load shift to structural areas not intended to deform or carry moduli were equal. The amount of strain that a temperature crete structures are required to be safe, economical, durable, change will produce is directly proportional to the coefficient and aesthetically pleasing.
This Also, the use of calcium chloride in reinforced structures ex- type of cai lends particularly well to deteriorated posed to moist environments should be avoided regardless of airfield slabs that have been 224r01 with asphaltic con- the presence or absence of water-soluble salts in adjacent crete but require additional rigid pavement to take the in- waters and soil.