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ACI SP-331

Durability of Concrete Structures Incorporating Conventional and Advanced Materials

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Organization: ACI
Publication Date: 1 February 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 160
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Preface

Durability of Concrete Structures Incorporating Conventional and Advanced Materials

Sustainability is one of the salient requirements in modern society. Structures frequently deteriorate because of aggressive service environments; consequently, federal and state agencies expend significant endeavors to maintain the quality of the structures. Among many factors, durability plays a major role in accomplishing the concept of sustainability. Extensive research has been conducted to understand the deterioration mechanisms of concrete and to extend the longevity of concrete members. Over the past decades, the advancement of technologies has resulted in durable construction materials such as advanced composites. This Special Publication (SP) contains nine papers selected from two technical sessions held in the ACI Spring Convention at Detroit, MI, in March 2017. All manuscripts were reviewed by at least two experts in accordance with the ACI publication policy. The Editors wish to thank all contributing authors and anonymous reviewers for their rigorous efforts. The Editors also gratefully acknowledge Ms. Barbara Coleman at ACI for her knowledgeable guidance.

Document History

ACI SP-331
February 1, 2019
Durability of Concrete Structures Incorporating Conventional and Advanced Materials
Preface Durability of Concrete Structures Incorporating Conventional and Advanced Materials Sustainability is one of the salient requirements in modern society. Structures frequently deteriorate...

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