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Eugene Washington, PE
The proper selection of concrete forms is critical to achieving the desired results of esthetics, efficient productions and low costs. This course leads the reader through the numerous considerations and options that are important to the form selection process. This course discusses the important factors and options that are necessary to intelligently select and design concrete form systems. These factors apply to footings, walls, columns and slabs forms and include the method of placing, vibrating, finishing and curing the concrete. The course concludes with an example of wall form design procedures and cost comparisons of two wall form systems. This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of course materials.
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