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ACI 363R

Report on High-Strength Concrete

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Organization: ACI
Publication Date: 1 March 2010
Status: active
Page Count: 69
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Scope of report

Because the definition of HSC has changed over the years, the following scope was adopted by Committee 363 for this report: "The immediate concern of Committee 363 shall be concretes with specified compressive strengths for design of 8000 psi (55 MPa) or greater, but for the present time, considerations shall not include concrete made using exotic materials or techniques." The word "exotic" was included so that the committee would not be concerned with concretes such as polymer-impregnated concrete, epoxy concrete, ultra-high-performance concrete; concrete with artificial, normal, and heavyweight aggregates; and reactive powder concrete. In addition to focusing on concretes made with nonexotic materials or techniques, the committee also attempted to focus on concretes that were commercially viable rather than concretes that have only been produced in the laboratory.

Document History

ACI 363R
March 1, 2010
Report on High-Strength Concrete
Scope of report Because the definition of HSC has changed over the years, the following scope was adopted by Committee 363 for this report: "The immediate concern of Committee 363 shall be concretes...
January 1, 1992
State-of-the-Art Report on High Strength Concrete
INTRODUCTION Historical background Although high-strength concrete is often considered a relatively new material, its development has been gradual over many years. As the development has continued,...
January 1, 1992
State-of-the-Art Report on High Strength Concrete
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