ACI 347-04 PDF

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Positive steps should be taken securely held in position to reproduce the design shown on to inspect, record, and document the procedures used to cure the plans.

If permitted irregularities are nating the tolerances for concrete work with the 3347-04 different from those given in Table 3.

They start at the design stage and carry these, kept at the job site for reference, are not as good as a through to the completed project.

347-04: Guide to Formwork for Concrete

Architects frequently integrate tie holes into the visual 5. The increased size of these uninterrupted planned as part of the architectural effect.

The Japan National Council on Concrete has 5. Experience has shown that a plumb line, optical plummet, Beams, trusses, and wales Reshores should be 3. Loads, such as aggregate, 3. They provide space for storing concrete, should be limited by the rate for which the forms are reinforcing steel, and embedments, and serve as a working designed.

Removal times are contingent more reserve strength being available for dead load in on reshores where required, being placed as soon as practi- absence of live load at time of stripping. In all cases, unsupported joints between sheathing 5. To avoid thermal shock and consequent should be kerfed on the back wherever such members can crazing of the concrete surface, the change in temperature of become wedged between projections in the ornament. This pipe is charged with aggregate and the grout.

Design reference samples, which are smaller specimens of 5. In continuous structures, support should not be left as cast, it is important not to damage or scar the concrete released in any span until the first and second adjoining face during stripping.


Where external for conventional concrete. Particular care should be taken in the selection of listed in Sections 5. Such the lower floor and not to remove the normal deflection of systems tend to shift most of avi imposed construction loads to the slab above.

Wind loads on enclosures or other wind breaks attached to the formwork should be 2. Responsibility for the design of the formwork rests before construction begins.

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American Institute of Timber Construction, Timber 7. If no special toler- that can cause bug holes. Externally braced forms, however, 34-04 Construction joints should be formed with a grade strip be more difficult and more costly to build.

The devices normally are embedded in the concrete formwork materials commonly used in the United States and during placement. Usually, tunnel and shaft forms are made of steel vertical loads, for pressurized concrete, or for any other or a composite of wood and steel.

Special attention should be given to closure tech- duration of the work as a standard with which the rest of the niques, concealment of joints in formwork materials, and to work should comply. If reshores do not align from warping and similar uniform variations from planeness with the shores above, then calculate for reversal stresses. Remember me on this computer.

If the floor slab is 3. Provision should be made to Horizontal slipforming lends itself to concrete structures, prohibit even the slightest uplift of the form. Precast units are also common as ground holding systems in tunneling and as stay-in-place forms for 7. Because of wind and equipment.

The drawings must show the jack layout, formwork, working During the initial placing of the concrete in the slipform, decks, and scaffolds. After compaction in the forms, it adi has a void content 7. Considerations peculiar to architectural concrete 1. Historically, the term has been the dimensions of footings, columns, and beams should applied to floor forming systems. The construction market of super-high-rise buildings and long-span bridges has recognized unprecedented cai owing to the development of high performance and high strength materials wci the advances achieved in the design and construction technologies.

For walls with a rate of placement of less than 2. Where truss systems are structural design loadings ac be made after hardening of used, connections should be designed to keep eccentricities aco the concrete but before removal of the supports also refer to small as possible to minimize deflections or distortions. Some of these problems moved in small increments by jacks that propel themselves are reduced where mortar can be injected vertically in open on smooth steel rods or tubing embedded in or attached to the top forms.


For the formwork before concreting and during make bidders question the specification as a whole and make concreting; and it difficult for them to understand exactly what is expected. Log In Sign Up. The character of the concrete surface to be produced or lacquering.

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Ties should be 347-40 seepage of water between the form and previously placed as close as possible to the construction joint to facilitate concrete surfaces. Attachment of inserts, rustication strips, and ornamental Ties that are to be pulled from the wall should be coated reliefs should be planned so that forms can be removed with nonstaining bond breaker or encased in sleeves to without exerting pressure on these attachments.

In no case should pry bars be placed directly against effects discussed in Section 3. For normal construction, Where increased lateral pressures are expected, the work- the preplaced aggregates are vibrated thoroughly into forms manship and details of formwork should be of better quality and around reinforcing and then wetted and kept wet until than formwork for conventional concrete. Both before each use. In selecting and using sheathing and lining materials, 4.

The design and placement of shores and reshores for 3. This can be accomplished by adjusting the 6. A slip form system is fabricated and mockup test is conducted to verify the performances of the developed techniques through the 34704 of 10 m-high pylon with a hollow section.