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Concrete in Practice Information Sheets

CIP 1-Dusting Concrete Surfaces

CIP 2-Scaling Concrete Surfaces

CIP 3-Crazing Concrete Surfaces

CIP 4-Cracking Concrete Surfaces

CIP 5-Plastic Shrinkage Cracking

CIP 6-Joints in Concrete Slabs on Grade

CIP 7-Cracks in Residential Basement Walls

CIP 8-Discrepancies in Yield

CIP 9-Low Concrete Cylinder Strength

CIP 10-Strength of In-Place Concrete

CIP 11-Curing In-Place Concrete

CIP 12-Hot Weather Concreting

CIP 13-Concrete Blisters

CIP 14-Finishing Concrete Flatwork

CIP 15-Chemical Admixtures for Concrete

CIP 16-Flexual Strength of Concrete

CIP 17-Flowable Fill

CIP 18-Radon Resistant Buildings

CIP 19-Curling of Concrete Slabs

CIP 20-Delamination of Troweled Concrete Surfaces

CIP 21-Loss of Air Content in Pumped Concrete

CIP 22-Grout

CIP 23-Discoloration

CIP 24-Synthetic Fibers for Concrete

CIP 25-Corrosion of Steel in Concrete

CIP 26-Jobsite Addition of Water

CIP 27-Cold Weather Concreting

CIP 28-Concrete Slab Moisture

CIP 29-Vapor Retarders Under Slabs on Grade

CIP 30-Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCMs)

CIP 31-Ordering Ready Mixed Concrete

CIP 32-Concrete Pre-Construction Conference

CIP 33-High Strength Concrete

CIP 34-Making Cylinders in the Field

CIP 35-Testing Compressive Strength of Concrete

CIP 36-Structural Lightweight Concrete

CIP 37-Self Consolidating Concrete (SCC)

CIP 38-Pervious Concrete

CIP 39-Maturity Methods to Estimate Concrete Strength

CIP 40-Aggregate Popouts

CIP 41-Acceptance Testing of Concrete

CIP 42-Thermal Cracking of Concrete

CIP 43-Alkali Aggregate Reactions (AAR)

CIP 44-Durability Requirements for Concrete

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