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Tolerances on blemishes ofconcrete

International Council for Building Research, Studies and Documentation. Working commission, W29.

Tolerances on blemishes ofconcrete

by International Council for Building Research, Studies and Documentation. Working commission, W29.

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Published by C.I.B in Rotterdam .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementreport prepared by CIB working commission W29, Concrete surface finishings.
SeriesCIB report -- 24
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p., 2 fold. leaves :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19482143M

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Tolerances on blemishes of concrete Abstract The ultimate standard of perfection is not attainable and a method of defining the quality of a surface is therefore necessary to facilitate communication between those responsible for specification, supervision and execution. BLEMISHES CONSIDERED Relative position of the concerned elements Acutal distance between patterns compared with the theoretical distance D (1) D actual Special tolerances for variations concerning large patterns may be specified if the standard tole- rances are inappropriate.

SPECIAL A#cent Distant CLASSES ROUGH ELABORANTE >R concrete finishes - tolerances for blemishes The report is intended to present a method in which the quality of a concrete surface can be expressed in quantitative terms. In some cases limits are given on the magnitude of a blemish while in others it is considered more appropriate to set a limit to the variations between one part of a surface.

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