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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Instructor: Paulo J.M. Monteiro CE 165 CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION Tu., Th. 8:00-9:30 am Room 502 Davis Hall pages Lecture Topic . 1-20 Introduction; course organization Concrete as a construction material Examples of recent construction projects I. Selection of Materials 203-249 Different types of hydraulic cements 253-276 Different types of aggregates 284-291 Air entraining and water-reducing admixtures 291-299 Chemical admixtures 299-312 Mineral admixtures Formwork Reinforcing steel II. Concrete Processing 341-364 Ready-mixed concrete,
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Unformatted text preview: batching and mixing Transport and placement methods Consolidation techniques Finishing Curing 365-380 Early age properties Hot-weather and cold-weather concreting First Midterm Examination Quality assurance; accelerated and non-destructive testing ) 387-414 Non-destructive testing III. Special Construction Methods 108-19 595-610 Mass concrete construction 541-553 Roller-compacting Tremie concreting 491-502 Shrinkage-compensating concrete floors Precast and prestressed concrete members Shotcreting (group report due) Repair and rehabilitation Group Presentation Group Presentation Group Presentation Review...
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