CSA - PLUS 4003-95
Specifications for Concrete and Concrete Structures Design
|Publication Date:||1 January 1995|
This publication was assembled for the Canadian Standards Association, and contains those ASTM standards referenced in the following CSA Concrete and Structural (Design) Standards.
A23.I/A23.2-94, Concrete Materials and Methods of Concrete ConstructionlMethods
A23.3-94, Design of Concrete Structures
A23.4-94, Precast Concrete-Materials and Construction
S413-94, Parking Structures
This publication is intended to be used as a reference tool in conjunction with these standards.
The purpose of compiling the ASTM standards is to aid users of the CSA standards. The CSA documents remain the primary source-specific standards on concrete and structural design of concrete in Canada. While the issues of the ASTM standards contained in this book are those referenced by CSA, they may not be the latest editions published by ASTM.
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