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NRMCA CONCRETE IN PRACTICE (CIP) RESOURCENRMCA's CIPs are very informative technical overview guidance documents to troubleshoot or identify common concrete questions and issues.These documents are courtesy of the National Ready Mix Concrete Association, Silver Spring, Maryland. A print version for the CIPs are available to order via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or (301) 587-1400 ext. 1165.
CIP 1 - Dusting Concrete Surfaces CIP 2 - Scaling Concrete SurfacesCIP 3 - Crazing Concrete SurfacesCIP 4 - Cracking Concrete SurfacesCIP 5 - Plastic Shrinkage CrackingCIP 6 - Joints in Concrete Slab on GradeCIP 7 - Cracks in Concrete Basement WallsCIP 8 - Discrepancies in YieldCIP 9 - Low Concrete Cylinder StrengthCIP 10 - Strength of In-Place ConcreteCIP 11 - Curing In-Place ConcreteCIP 12 - Hot Weather ConcretingCIP 13 - Concrete BlistersCIP 14 - Finishing Concrete FlatworkCIP 15 - Chemical Admixtures for ConcreteCIP 16 - Flexural Strength ConcreteCIP 17 - Flowable Fill MaterialsCIP 18 - Radon Resistant BuildingsCIP 19 - Curling of Concrete SlabsCIP 20 - Delamination of Trowled Concrete SurfacesCIP 21 - Loss of Air Content in Pumped Concrete
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