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Macdonald, Susan

Concrete

Building Pathology

€ 134.95

Macdonald : Concrete : Back cover text

This book deals with the diagnosis, prognosis and repair issues associated with concrete buildings.

Since the patenting and subsequent large scale manufacture of modern cement in the nineteenth century, concrete has become one of the most widely used construction materials in the world.


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Contributors ix
Foreword xiv
Preface xvi
Introduction
1(12)
Susan Macdonald
Concrete: composition and characteristics
1(4)
Reinforced concrete
5(2)
Building pathology
7(1)
Historic buildings and structures
7(2)
Sustainable development
9(1)
References
10(1)
Further reading
10(3)
PART ONE---THE NATURE AND USE OF CONCRETE BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES 13(94)
Key Developments in the History of Concrete Construction and the Implications for Remediation and Repair
15(92)
Bill Addis
Michael Bussell
Introduction
15(2)
The `pre-history` of modern concrete: up to the 1890s
17(8)
The early days of reinforced concrete: from the 1890s to the First World War
25(17)
Between the wars: 1920-1945
42(15)
Post-war reconstruction and expansion: 1945 to the mid-1960s
57(25)
The recent past: from the mid-1960s to 2001
82(18)
References
100(5)
Further reading
105(2)
PART TWO---THE APPRAISAL, ASSESSMENT AND REPAIR OF CONCRETE BUILDINGS 107(82)
Structural Appraisal
109(31)
Michael Bussell
Introduction
109(1)
The need for an appraisal
110(2)
Developing the brief
112(2)
Commissioning suitable consultants
114(1)
Planning the appraisal
115(2)
Initial inspection and appraisal
117(2)
Urgent action
119(1)
Information gathering, research and documentary review
119(3)
Detailed investigation
122(7)
Assessment of structural condition
129(6)
Consideration of work needed
135(2)
Reporting and recommendations
137(1)
References
138(1)
Further reading
139(1)
The Identification and Assessment of Defects, Damage and Decay
140(21)
John Broomfield
Introduction
140(1)
Corrosion of steel in concrete by carbonation and chlorides
140(5)
Design and construction defects
145(2)
Concrete degradation
147(2)
Environmental influences
149(1)
Structural damage
150(2)
Identification of defects, damage and decay mechanisms
152(1)
Condition survey techniques
153(6)
References
159(1)
Further reading
160(1)
Repairing Damaged Concrete
161(28)
John Broomfield
Susan Macdonald
Introduction
161(1)
Repair options
161(19)
Life-cycle cost analysis and technical comparison of treatments
180(1)
Trials
180(1)
Repairing listed buildings and structures
181(4)
Selecting a contractor
185(1)
Recording the works
186(1)
References
187(1)
Further reading
187(2)
PART 3---MAINTAINING A CONCRETE BUILDING 189(107)
Maintenance of Concrete Buildings and Structures
191(50)
Stuart Matthews
Matthew Murray
John Boxall
Ranjit Bassi
John Morlidge
Introduction
191(5)
Options, approaches and techniques for maintaining concrete buildings
196(4)
Cleaning soiled concrete surfaces
200(10)
Coatings for concrete
210(23)
Other maintenance treatments for concrete
233(4)
Management of maintenance works projects
237(2)
Planning for long-term maintenance
239(1)
References
239(1)
Further reading
240(1)
Concrete in the Future
241(20)
Tony Sheehan
Brian Marsh
Introduction
241(1)
Improving current practice---the move to intelligent design and maintenance
241(7)
New design drivers---the challenge to concrete
248(6)
New concrete materials
254(2)
Intelligent/ smart concrete structures
256(2)
Concrete repair in the future
258(1)
References
259(2)
Repair, Remediation and Maintenance in Practice---Case Studies
261(35)
Introduction
261(1)
The repair of two nineteenth-century concrete structures in Sydney, Australia
261(8)
Lance Horlyck
John Lambert
The repair of Mies van der Rohe`s Promontory Apartment Building, Chicago: a multi-phased approach
269(12)
Paul E. Gaudette
Harry J. Hunderman
Deborah Slaton
Burleigh J.M.I. School, Hertfordshire---repairing precast panels
281(4)
University of Sussex: developing repair methods for the listed buildings
285(3)
Cathodic protection of the National War Memorial Carillon Tower, Wellington, New Zealand
288(5)
John Broomfield
W.R. Jacobs
W.L. Mandeno
S.M. Bruce
Building pathology: concrete
293(1)
References
294(1)
Further reading
294(2)
Appendix A: Useful Addresses 296(5)
Glossary 301(5)
Index 306
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328 pagina's
Januari 2002
703 gram
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