Concrete Library Holdings

Library Item NumberTitle
Description
DurationYearAvailable Format(s)
4-1 CPR for City Streets
Discusses the equipment, materials, and procedures neces-sary to implement a concrete pavement restoration program in the Portland Concrete pavement restoration.
Source: Source
22 min. ? VCR
4-2 Concrete Pavement Overlays
Covers a step process for both bonded and unbonded overlays.
Source: FHWA
22 min. 1994 VCR
YouTube
4-3 Concrete Testing
A training course in the methods of preforming tests to check the quality of Portland Cement. Topics covered include sampling, temperature and slump; the Acme air meter and the roll-a-meter; and molding cylinders, molding test beams, and testing of beams.
39 min. ? VCR
4-4 What to Expect When You're Inspecting, Part 1: Before Concrete Arrives
This 20-minute video focuses on the inspector’s role prior to concrete placement. Using real-world situations, it covers everything the inspector needs to check before concrete arrives on the job site. Follow and hear from experienced inspectors as they attend pre-construction meetings and perform sub-grade, formwork, reinforcement and joint layout inspections on various residential and commercial projects. Learn from them as they describe actual field situations you might encounter and explain how they handled them.
20 min. 1999 VCR
4-5 What to Expect When You're Inspecting, Part 2: After Concrete Arrives
This 20-minute video goes over everything the inspector needs to check once concrete is delivered to the job site. Real-world situations focus on the inspector's role during concrete delivery, placement and finishing. Follow skilled inspectors on residential and commercial projects as they walk through some last minute checks and observe proper and improper placing, consolidation, finishing, jointing and curing techniques.
20 min. 1999 VCR
4-6 Early Opening of Full-Depth Concrete Repairs
Discusses how careful planning, scheduling and evaluation can provide for an early opening project.
Source: FHWA
10 min. 1994 VCR
YouTube
4-7 Full-Depth Repair of Jointed Concrete Pavement
Procedure on how to determine what needs repair and how to go about doing it. This video discusses 5 parts; determine distresses, field survey, transverse joint design, materials, and repair procedures.
Source: FHWA
18 min. 1994 VCR
YouTube
4-8 Fit To Be Tied
This video demonstrates dowel-bar retrofit and pavement grinding to provide load transfer and eliminate faults between pavement slabs. Criteria are given for bar type, spacing, position, and allowance for concrete expansion and contraction. Dowel installation is shown in some detail. The Washington project is the first large-scale retrofit project and preliminary results indicate success and life cycle cost effectiveness.
Source: FHWA
52 min. ? VCR
YouTube
4-9 Introduction to Rehabilitation of Highway Concrete
This tape, the first in a series of five, outlines methods of concrete pavement repair including full depth repair of distressed joints, partial depth repair, bonded and unbonded concrete overlays, and fast-track mixes and methods. Bridge deck overlays and concrete mixes to reduce chloride infiltration are also reviewed.
Source: NHWA
10 min. 1994 VCR
YouTube
4-10 Making Good Concrete Better
Through the use of testing and practical application this video explains the benefits of using polypropylene fibers for concrete reinforcement.
Source: FIBERMESH
20 min. ? VCR
4-11 Partial-Depth Repair of Concrete Pavement
This video demonstrates repair of spalls at joints and midsections of concrete pavements. Materials and procedures are shown for repair of damage limited to the upper third of the concrete slab. High early-strength concrete mixes are discussed, and the repair process is demonstrated. Tests are shown for deterioration and determination of repair boundaries. Surface preparation is demonstrated, including options for removal of joint material, cleaning, and application of a bonding agent to the repair site. Finally, placement and consolidation of the concrete, finishing, and curing procedures are presented.
Source: FHWA
15 min. 1994 VCR
YouTube
4-12 Quality Control of Concrete Site
Covers verification of concrete quality procedures. Parts 1 & 2 include conventional quality control tests for testing concrete structures at the job site, such as sampling, temperature testing, slump, air content, unit weight and the making of cylinders and beams for compressive and flexural strength stress. Parts 3 & 4 involves new procedures for testing as-delivered concrete and as-placed concrete. As-delivered concrete involves water content measurement and thermal effects evaluation. As-placed concrete involves maturity monitoring, temperature-matched curing, pulse velocity testing and nuclear density testing.
Source: FHWA
5 min. 1994 VCR
Part 1 YouTube
Part 2 YouTube
4-13 Recycling Flexible Pavement With Cement
This video demonstrates how Portland Cement is added to recycled bituminous pavement to produce a stabilized base. The procedure includes; scarifying, pulverizing, mixing, compacting and sealing. An asphalt driving surface com-pletes the project.
Source: Portland Cement Assoc.
10 min. 1989 VCR
4-14 Soil-Cement Inspection and Field Control
Field inspection procedures for soil-cement mix roadways. The inspection procedures involve five factors; cement con-tent, moisture content, mixing, compacting, and curing.
18 min. ? VCR
4-15 Street Scene
This video demonstrates sidewalk, curb and street repairs using a polymer material, Portland Cement and sand. The use of the polymer cuts labor and material costs and pro-vides a longer lasting repair.
Source: Steel Grip Systems, Inc.
30 min. ? VCR
4-16 Mixed-In-Place Cement Construction
Methods and equipment used for mixing Portland Cement in place.
19 min. ? VCR