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This book discusses sources of moisture, drying of concrete, methods of measuring moisture, construction practices, specifications, and responsibilities for successful floor projects. Copy written 2005. 155 pgs.
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"Aggregate Moisture and Making Adjustments to Concrete Mixtures" - Outlines concepts on aggregate moisture for mixture proportioning and production of concrete. (In packages of 10)
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Understanding moisture in concrete leads to design of floors and flooring systems that provide excellent service for many years. This book discusses sources of moisture, drying of concrete, methods of measuring moisture, construction practices, specifications, and responsibilities for successful floor projects. The second edition incorporates a brief discussion of terrazzo issues, additional references on drying times of lightweight concrete, an extended discussion of issues with... Details
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This text reference serves as the content for NRMCA’s Plant Operator's Certification program. It includes valuable information on materials, batch tolerance, aggregate moisture calculations and much more. Development of the text funded by the Ready Mixed Concrete Research and Education Foundation and prepared by NRMCA. 2P159CTM
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Concrete in Practice Sheets are short one-page discussions on various concrete topics. Written in a "What? Why? and How?" scheme, they are intended to provide information in a non-technical format. The CIP topics are researched and written by members of NRMCA's Research Engineering and Standards Committee. #2PCIP28
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Spanish Edition - Concrete in Practice Sheets are short one-page discussions on various concrete topics. Written in a "What? Why? and How?" scheme, they are intended to provide information in a non-technical format. The CIP topics are researched and written by members of NRMCA's Research Engineering and Standards Committee. #2PCIP28ES
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The TIPs are modeled on the popular Concrete in Practice (CIP) series. Also written in a "What? Why? and How?" scheme, the TIP series is intended for industry personnel to enhance internal education on general quality control and technical topics.

The 19 topics currently available are:

  • TIP 1 - Quantifying Concrete Quality
  • TIP 2 - Establishing the Required Average Strength of Concrete Details
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    The TIPs are modeled on the popular Concrete in Practice (CIP) series. Also written in a "What? Why? and How?" scheme, the TIP series is intended for industry personnel to enhance internal education on general quality control and technical topics.

    The 19 topics currently available are:

  • TIP 1 - Quantifying Concrete Quality
  • TIP 2 - Establishing the Required Average Strength of Concrete Details