Concrete Repair

Concrete Repair

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Concrete is an inherently complex material to produce and an even more complex material to repair. With growing pressure to maintain the built environment, and not simply to demolish and rebuild, the need to repair concrete buildings and other structures is increasing and is expected to become of greater importance in the future. This straightforward book serves as a practical guide to engineers on the processes to be followed in commissioning a concrete repair. It stresses the need to fully understand the cause, extent and location of the problem, by appropriate insitu and laboratory testing. And it outlines the steps to a successful repair. It includes sections on the different repair techniques, giving good practical advice as to where and when to use them, and the warns of the pitfalls of their incorrect use. It also includes an up-to-date guide on the current standards for repair, and provides a good bibliography on other sources of information and books on the various techniques.Equipment The wet process uses either piston or worm pumps to deliver the concrete to the nozzle in a dense stream. Compressed air is introduced at the ... Figure 13.1 Diagram of a typical wet process system. Figure 13.2 Diagram of a typicalanbsp;...

Title:Concrete Repair
Author:Michael G. Grantham
Publisher:CRC Press - 2011-04-05


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