ACI 224R-01


Control of Cracking in Concrete StructuresAmerican Concrete Institute / 01-Jan-2001 / 43 pages

Cracks detract from the appearance of concrete structures, and may indicate major structural problems. ACI 224R-01, Control of Cracking in Concrete Structures, covers the principal causes of cracking and also recommends crack-control procedures. The document also discusses the long-term effects of cracking. ACI224R-01 is a revision of 224R-90. The updates include:
Discussion of fracture mechanics;More information on controlling cracking caused by drying shrinkage;Revised information on crack-width predictive equations, cracking in partially prestressed members, anchoragezone cracking, and flexural cracking in deep beams;Crack control for concrete overlays, including fiber reinforcement and polymer-modified concrete; andMore extensive information on the structural consequences of cracking in mass concrete.

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