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Flow-based surrogates in TMDLs

Is EPA backing down on using surrogates or buying time to continue examining the... More

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CREWS THAT ROCK Finalists Announced

These teams could win big at the World of Concrete's fourth annual CREWS THAT ROCK competition. How does your crew stack up? More

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Announcing the CREWS THAT ROCK Finalists

Here's a sneak peak at the teams up for big awards at the World of Concrete's fourth annual CREWS THAT ROCK competition. More

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First Look: CREWS THAT ROCK Finalists

Meet the crews that could win big at the World of Concrete's fourth annual CREWS THAT ROCK competition. More

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Form Release Agent

Nontoxic, nonflammable, solventless, low-odor release agent permits easy, stain-free removal of forms and formliners from hardened concrete. More

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Magnetic Drill Pilot Light

Increases visibility, productivity and accuracy. More

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Road Building With Concrete

A special supplement from Concrete Construction focuses on road building with... More

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Concrete Repair Code

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reports that the performance of 50% of the concrete repairs on its structures is unsatisfactory and that after only 10 years 70% were failing. That sort of performance gives building owners and the public little confidence. More

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Mechanical Behavior and Failure Mechanisms

One difference between fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) and fabric-reinforced cementitious matrix (FRCM) systems is the mechanical behavior in tension of the composite. FRP systems are linear elastic until failure, and their ultimate tensile strain is limited by the ultimate strain of the fibers. More

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