What is the definition of hot weather?
What do the codes and specifications say about hot weather concrete?
What does the engineer expect me to do on my project when it is hot?
Why is plastic shrinkage a problem in hot weather?
How can I prevent plastic shrinkage cracks on my project?
What must I do with my cylinders in hot weather?
Each person will receive a Hot Weather CD with computer program (includes hot weather details on codes and specifications, articles & website references)
Luke M. Snell is a Senior Materials Engineer at Western Technologies, Phoenix Arizona and is an Emeritus Professor from Southern Illinois University. Edwardsville, Ill. He has done extensive consulting work on construction and concrete problems throughout the U.S., Saudi Arabia, Mongolia, and Algeria. Snell has also written over 200 articles on concrete, construction materials, construction education and the history of concrete. He is the Chair of the ACI International Committee. He has been instrumental in starting ACI chapters in Mongolia, Algeria and Ethiopia and has worked with India and Saudi Arabia to start concrete certification programs.
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