302.1R-04: Guide for Concrete Floor and Slab Construction

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1—Introduction

1.1—Purpose and scope

1.2—Terminology

1.3—Related work of other committees

 

Chapter 2—Classes of floors

2.1—Classification of floors

2.2—Single-course monolithic floors: Classes 1, 2, 4, 5,and 6

2.3—Two-course floors: Classes 3, 7, and 8

2.4—Class 9 floors

2.5—Special finish floors

 

Chapter 3—Design considerations

3.1—Scope

3.2—Slabs-on-ground

3.3—Suspended slabs

3.4—Miscellaneous details

 

Chapter 4—Site preparation and placing environment

4.1—Soil-support system preparation

4.2—Suspended slabs

4.3—Bulkheads

4.4—Setting screed guides

4.5—Installation of auxiliary materials

4.6—Concrete placement conditions

 

Chapter 5—Materials

5.1—Introduction

5.2—Concrete

5.3—Portland cement

5.4—Aggregates

5.5—Water

5.6—Curing materials

5.7—Admixtures

5.8—Liquid surface treatments

5.9—Reinforcement

5.10—Evaporation reducers

5.11—Gloss-imparting waxes

5.12—Joint materials

5.13—Volatile organic compounds (VOC)

 

Chapter 6—Concrete properties and consistency

6.1—Concrete properties

6.2—Recommended concrete mixture

6.3—Concrete mixture analysis

 

Chapter 7—Batching, mixing, and transporting

7.1—Batching

7.2—Mixing

7.3—Transporting

 

Chapter 8—Placing, consolidating, and finishing

8.1—Placing operations

8.2—Tools for spreading, consolidating, and finishing

8.3—Spreading, consolidating, and finishing operations

8.4—Finishing Class 1, 2, and 3 floors

8.5—Finishing Class 4 and 5 floors

8.6—Finishing Class 6 floors and monolithic-surface

treatments for wear resistance

8.7—Finishing Class 7 floors

8.8—Finishing Class 8 floors (two-course unbonded)

8.9—Finishing Class 9 floors

8.10—Toppings for precast floors

8.11—Finishing lightweight concrete

8.12—Nonslip floors

8.13—Decorative and nonslip treatments

8.14—Grinding as a repair procedure

8.15—Floor flatness and levelness

8.16—Treatment when bleeding is a problem

8.17—Delays in cold-weather finishing

 

Chapter 9—Curing, protection, and joint filling

9.1—Purpose of curing

9.2—Methods of curing

9.3—Curing at joints

9.4—Curing special concrete

9.5—Length of curing

9.6—Preventing plastic-shrinkage cracking

9.7—Curing after grinding

9.8—Protection of slab during construction

9.9—Temperature drawdown in cold storage and freezer rooms

9.10—Joint filling and sealing

 

Chapter 10—Quality control checklist

10.1—Introduction

10.2—Partial list of important items to be observed

 

Chapter 11—Causes of floor and slab surface imperfections

11.1—Introduction

11.2—Cracking

11.3—Low wear resistance

11.4—Dusting

11.5—Scaling

11.6—Popouts

11.7—Blisters and delamination

11.8—Spalling

11.9—Discoloration

11.10—Low spots and poor drainage

11.11—Curling

11.12—Analysis of surface imperfections

 

Chapter 12—References

12.1—Referenced standards and reports

12.2—Cited references

12.3—Other references