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High Strength Concrete (>10,000 psi) Design Problems

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I looking for a few designers who have designed structures with Concrete with higher strength than 10000 psi.  This ACI Chicago convention will be full of presentations on High Performance Concrete.  If anyone interested in making a presentation, let me know.
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Call for papers:

Meeting:
Single 3 hour technical session on Design with High Strength Concrete Design (10,000 psi and above) during the March 14-19, 1999, ACI convention in Chicago, Illinois, sponsored by Committee E702, Designing Concrete Structure.

Solicited:
Papers/Presentations reviewing design problems associated with higher strength concrete.  New research and/or design examples are welcome.  The presentation should be between 20-30 minutes.

Requirements:
1) Presentation Title,  2) speaker and author name(s), organization, telephone and FAX numbers, & email address,  and  3) abstracts of 200-300 words.

Deadlines:
Abstracts due by October 1, 1998

Send to:
Om P. Dixit, Burk-Kleinpeter, Inc., 4176 Canal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70119,  FAX No. (504) 483 6221,  email:  odixit(--nospam--at)bkiusa.com

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