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Concrete 101
The National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) provides answers to questions you may have about concrete. The bulletins are called “Concrete in Practice” and 42 technical topics are written in a non-technical “What, why and how?” format. By clicking on you can find the info pertaining to your topic of interest.

CIP 1 Dusting Concrete Surfaces CIP 22 Grout
CIP 2 Scaling Concrete Surfaces CIP 23 Discoloration
CIP 3 Crazing Concrete Surfaces CIP 24 Synthetic Fibers for Concrete
CIP 4 Cracking Concrete Surfaces CIP25 Corrosion of Steel in Concrete
CIP 5 Plastic Shrinkage Cracking CIP 26 Jobsite Addition of Water
CIP 6 Joints in Concrete Slabs on Grade CIP 27 Cold Weather Concreting
CIP 7 Cracks in Concrete Basement Walls CIP 28 Concrete Slab Moisture
CIP 8 Discrepancies in Yield CIP 29 Vapor Barriers Under Slabs on Grade
CIP 9 Low Concrete Cylinder Strength CIP 30 Supplementary Cementitious Materials
CIP 10 Strength of In-Place Concrete CIP 31 Ordering Ready Mixed Concrete
CIP 11 Curing In-Place Concrete CIP 32 Concrete Pre-Construction Conference
CIP 12 Hot Weather Concreting CIP 33 High Strength Concrete
CIP 13 Concrete Blisters CIP 34 Making Concrete Cylinders in the Field
CIP 14 Finishing Concrete Flatwork CIP 35 Testing Compressive Strength of Concrete
CIP 15 Chemical Admixtures for Concrete CIP 36 Structural Lightweight Concrete
CIP 16 Flexural Strength of Concrete CIP 37 Self Consolidating Concrete
CIP 17 Flowable Fill Materials CIP 38 Pervious Concrete
CIP 18 Radon Resistant Buildings CIP 39 Concrete Maturity
CIP 19 Curling of Concrete Slabs CIP 40 Aggregate Popouts
CIP 20 Delamination of Troweled Concrete Surfaces CIP 41 Acceptance Testing of Concrete
CIP 21 Loss of Air Content in Pumped Concrete CIP 42 Thermal Cracking of Concrete

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