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Specifications for Cast-in-place nonreinforced concrete pipe.

American Concrete Institute.

Specifications for Cast-in-place nonreinforced concrete pipe.

by American Concrete Institute.

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Published by The Institute in Detroit .
Written in English


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SeriesStandard No. 346-70
The Physical Object
Pagination28p.
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20664178M

STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION EDITION The provisions contained in this publication supplement and amend the Standard Specifications for Public Works Construction. As a reference convenience, they have been arranged into a format which parallels the Standard Specifications. June t Recommendations for Cast-in-Place Nonreinforced Concrete Pipe, by ACI Committee , American Concrete Institute. cast pipe lengths, stockpiling, curing, loading, tra n s p o r t- in the area of specification, forget it! Co n c r ete Co n s t ru c t i o n: But don’t you, with your ex p e r i -.

This specification covers construction of earth-supported cast-in-place concrete pipe (CIPCP). This specification covers construction of CIPCP with a diameter up to in. The Architect/Engineer can make this specification applicable to any project by citing it in the Project Specification. h cast iron pipe (cip) and ductile iron pipe " h nonreinforced concrete pipe (cp) " h reinforced concrete pipe (rcp) " h vitrified clay pipe (vcp) " h corrugated steel pipe (csp) " h steel pipe " h plastic pipe jan. h design of reinforced concrete pipe .

pipe, 4-inch asphalt impregnated fiber duct, rectangular drain pipe conforming to Standard Plan , 4-inch polyvinyl chloride pipe with joints, thickness and composition approved by the Engineer, 4-inch standard thickness galvanized steel pipe, 4-inch plain end vitrified clay pipe, 4-inch nonreinforced concrete pipe with. SPECIFICATIONS Reinforced Concrete Pipe Non-Reinforced Concrete Pipe Vitrified Clay Pipe ABS Truss Pipe and Fittings PVC Sewer Pipe and Fittings PVC Pressure Pipe and Fittings Precast Concrete Manholes Steel Pipe and Fittings Tapping Sleeve Iron Water Pipe and Fittings Water Service Fittings.


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Specifications for Cast-in-place nonreinforced concrete pipe by American Concrete Institute. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Specifications, used by the New York State Department of Transportation for construction contracts. These specifications are written to the Contractor. NON-REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE. REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE CLASSES II, III, IV, V.

85 REINFORCED CONCRETE ELLIPTICAL PIPE; CLASSES HE-II, HE-III, HE-IV, VE-IV. Title: Specifications for Cast-in-Place Nonreinforced Concrete Pipe. Author(s): ACI Committee Publication: Journal Proceedings.

These specifications are a reference standard which the engineer or architect may make applicable to any cast-in-place pipe project by citing them in the project specifications. Individual chapters or sections. In 9th chapter of this book illustrates about Monolithic siphons and culverts, Pavement and sidewalks, Chimneys and cooling towers, Cast-in-place nonreinforced pipe.

In 10th chapter of this book explains about ACI Standard Specifications for Tolerances for Concrete Construction and Materials. Standard Terminology Relating to Concrete Pipe and Related Products: ASTM C Standard Specification for Nonreinforced Specified Strength Culvert, Storm Drain, and Sewer Pipe: ASTM C Standard Specification for Joints for Concrete Pipe, Manholes, and Precast Box Sections Using Pre-formed Flexible Joint Sealants: ASTM C recommendations for cast-in-place nonreinforced concrete pipe.

a general view is given of present knowledge together with recommendations for design, construction, and testing procedures. construction specifications are contained in "specifications for cast-in-place nonreinforced concrete pipe." /author/ supplemental notes.

NON-REINFORCED PIPE Non-reinforced pipe exists in several forms: precast concrete pipe, clay pipe, asbestos cement pipe and cast-in-place concrete pipe. The use of non-reinforced concrete pipe dates back to B.C. when main sewers were installed in Rome.

Until the early ’s all concrete pipe produced in the U.S. was non-reinforced. Class B concrete shall be plain concrete and shall be used for pipe cradles, pipe and conduit encasement, bedding, grade correction, anchors, collars, thrust blocks, massive sections, and other non-reinforced concrete.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS All cast-in-place concrete shall be accurately formed and properly placed and finished as.

pounds force per lineal foot (lb/ft) for all nonreinforced concrete pipe. - Compressive strength determined by the three-edge bearing machine for reinforced concrete pipe is expressed as the D-load.

D-load is defined in AASHTO M as the supporting strength of a pipe loaded under three. All cast-in-place concrete including bases for mechanical and electrical equipment.

Concrete standards, materials, mixes and tests, placement, finishing, patching, grouting, and crack repair. Embedded waterstops for cast-in-place concrete. Concrete curing. Sealing of joints in liquid-containing structures and elsewhere shown.

Concrete Pipe Reinforced Arch Culvert and Storm Drainpipe Reinforced Elliptical Culvert and Storm Drainpipe Nonreinforced Pipe Cast-In-Place Nonreinforced Conduit Clay Pipe Corrugated Steel Pipe Fully Bituminous Coated Half Bituminous Coated, Part Paved. cast-in-place nonreinforced concrete pipe (aci ) and recommendations (aci r), standard specification for Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below).

of cast-in-place concrete pipe. The case studies of nonreinforced cast-in-place concrete pipe (CIPCP) presented encompass a period of more than 38 years. of in-service field experience. By American Concrete Institute (ACI) Specification definition, "CIPCP is an underground continuous nonrein­ forced concrete conduit, having no joints or.

Arabic numerals refer to the class of nonreinforced concrete pipe in accordance with AASHTO M f. Nonreinforced concrete pipe Class 1 is allowed for Class F culverts with a depth of cover up to 10 ft. Nonreinforced concrete pipe Class 3 is allowed for Class F. Reinforced Concrete Pipe Nonreinforced Concrete Pipe Mortar And Grout Bituminous Plastic Cement Rubber Type Gasket Joints (Concrete Pipe) Preformed Plastic Gaskets Corrugated Steel Pipe Bituminous Coated Corrugated Steel Pipe Corrugated Aluminum Alloy Pipe Detailed example problems of specific applications illustrate the use of the time saving design aids included in the manual.

The Design Manual is a companion volume to the CONCRETE PIPE HANDBOOK. The Concrete Pipe Design Manual includes a hardbound book with accompanying CD ROM. Browse the Concrete Pipe Design Manual online. This specification covers the specification for the nonreinforced concrete pipe to be used for the conveyance of irrigation water with working pressures, including hydraulic transients, and for use in drainage.

The design, joint, and concrete mixture of the pipe is detailed. Item Non-Reinforced Portland Cement Concrete Pavement Item Quality Control Plan, Testing And Assurance For Qc/Qa Concrete Item Concrete.

Item“Pipe Underdrains.” Use concrete for retaining walls that conforms to the requirements of Table 1 unless otherwise shown on the plans. Table 1 Concrete for Retaining Walls Application Concrete Cast-in-place, non-reinforced Class A Cast-in-place. SPECIAL SPECIFICATION Cast-in-place Concrete Sewer Pipe (Nonreinforced) 1.

Description. This Item shall govern for cover machine cast-in-place monolithic nonreinforced concrete pipe, which shall consist of Portland cement concrete placed in a prepared trench at such locations and grades shown on the plans and intended to be used for. cast-in-place nonreinforced concrete pipe (aci ) and recommendations (aci r), standard specification for: aci r: guide for the design and construction of fixed offshore concrete structures: aci r: guide to mass concrete: aci r:.

2. Referenced Documents (purchase separately) The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but are not provided as part of the standard. ASTM Standards. A Specification for Stainless and Heat-Resisting Chromium-Nickel Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip. C14 Specification for Nonreinforced Concrete Sewer, Storm Drain, and Culvert Pipe.Cast-in-Place Concrete Pipe.

Maximum working pressure for cast-in-place concrete pipe shall be 15 feet above the centerline of pipe. Cast–in-place concrete pipe shall be used only in stable soils that are capable of being used as the outside form for approximately the bottom half of the conduit.

Reinforced Concrete Pipe with Gasket Joints.STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION Sponsored and Distributed by: Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County Carson City.