|Title:||Large Concrete Pours: A Survey of Current Practice|
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|Publisher:||Construction Industry Research & Information Association (CIRIA) (January 1974)|
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For individual financial institutions, the survey data are expected to provide a useful benchmark for assessing their own stress test programmes against those of all surveyed firms, a sampling of financial firms including internationally active and global financial institutions. In addition, the Committee recognised the potential usefulness of survey information collected over time for the market-monitoring programme that it conducts at the request of the Governors of the G10 central banks. Yutaka Yamaguchi Chairman, Committee on the Global Financial System Deputy Governor, Bank of Japan.
Survey of Current Practice in Managing Technical Design Risk. Paper presented at Proceedings International Conference on Engineering Design, Glasgow,. Survey of Current Practice in Managing Technical Design Risk. Crossland, R; McMahon, C A; Sims Williams, J H. 2001. Crossland R, McMahon CA, Sims Williams JH. Crossland, R ; McMahon, C A ; Sims Williams, J .
In the past large volume concrete pours with low cement content was associated largely with dams to provide weight rather than load-bearing capacity. However, large pours using higher cement contents have become common for general structural applications. There can be no strict definition of what constitutes a large volume pour in terms of dimensions or volume. As a general guide, special considerations may need to be taken for pours in excess of 500mm thick. One of the main concerns with large volume casting is the heat generated as the cement hydrates. This is an exothermic reaction and the.
An earlier nationwide survey, conducted in 1984 by the Audit Testing Techniques Subcommittee of the AICPA, assessed the nature of implementation problems related to SAS No. 39, but did not focus on the use of sampling in practice.
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practice, an observer is used for a number of purposes, such. as removing phase lag in feedback, reducing the use of costly. is focused around a large class of nonlinear systems with. simple system knowledge and the UIO (37) and DOB (34). require modeling information. J. Gertler, Survey of model-based failure detection and isolation in. complex plants, IEEE Control Systems Magazine, December 1988. G. Ellis, Observers in Control Systems: A Practical Guide.
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But as labor prices went up and scheduling concrete pours became harder, i figured we could do it ourselves. pour-ing concrete slabs didn’t look very complicated. luckily, our first foray was on my own house. The look on the ready-mix truck driver’s face showed that he knew we had only half a clue. What i learned during that 17-yard pour was that the same critical ingredients for any construction project- planning, preparing, and having the right equipment-apply to even the seemingly simple task of placing concrete