Kansas Aggregate Producers Association

 

Kansas Ready Mixed Concrete Association

Concrete Industry Luncheon 2011

  • September 15, 2011
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • UMKC University Center #106, 5000 Holmes, Kansas City, MO

The Concrete Quality Control Challenge:

Twins Separated at Birth

Concrete cylinders and the concrete in the acutal structure are like twins separated at birth.  They both have the same parents, they share the same DNA, and if they were both exposed to the same enviornments and life experiences, they would grow up to be similar in many ways - sometimes even identical in appearance and behavior.  Instead of being separated at birth, they were separated at the end of the truck chute. What happens when they finally meet? Are the "twins" much different?  Our after-lunch discussion will explore any applications that this story might have on specifiying and interpreting standards concrete tests.   

Featured speaker, Kenneth C. Hover, is a professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering and Stephen Weisee Presidential Fellow at Cornell Unviersity in Ithaca, New York, and currently President of the American Concrete Institute.  He is a member of ACI Committeees 305 (hot weather), 306 (cold  weather), 318A (concrete and construction), past chair of 308 (curing), and past Chair of 301C (materials & construction). 

Reservations are $20.00 per person.  Credit cards are accepted online and registrations can be made at http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr-kyxrzagab&oeidk=a07e4mvte36f49cfbc2 

For more information email kansasaci@live.com

 

Sept. 15, 2011 Ken Hover Luncheon.pdf

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