Published: Jan 1997
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Guidelines for the identification of concrete in a materials property database are presented to address the complex problem of distinguishing one concrete from another. These guidelines are based on a logical scheme for systematically organizing and subdividing data and information about concrete and its constituents; they reflect consensus recommendations for a multilevel material description and designation system. Aspects of the guidelines include a classification system used to establish a series of primary identifiers, methods for reporting constituent information and mixture proportions, fields describing the source of the concrete and its processing history, and recommendations for reporting baseline or reference properties.
classification system, concrete, database, guidelines, identifiers, material property, standards
Research engineer, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN
Chief, Building and Fire Research Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD