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The Manual of Below-Grade Waterproofing

The Manual of Below-Grade Waterproofing
The Manual of Below-Grade Waterproofing
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
The Manual of Below-Grade Waterproofing
  • A. Description, types, risks
  • Description based upon print version of record
  • net
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Acknowledgements; About the author; 1 Introduction; 2 Principles of water management; 3 Dampproofing; 4 Basement construction; 5 Waterproofing; 6 Positive-side waterproofing systems; 7 Negative-side waterproofing; 8 Blindside waterproofing; 9 Built-up bituminous waterproofing membranes; 10 Single-ply waterproofing membranes; 11 Liquid-applied membranes; 12 Bentonite waterproofing; 13 Plaza waterproofing; 14 Waterproofing failures; 15 Remediating basement leaks; 16 Specifications; 17 Detailing waterproofing
  • A. When to waterproof or dampproofB. Waterproofing types; C. Designing a waterproofing system; D. Systems and materials; E. Positive- versus negative-side waterproofing; F. Waterproofed combinations; G. Single-system superiority; H. Checklist of considerations; I. Positive-side waterproofing checklist; J. Blindside waterproofing checklist; K. Negative-side waterproofing checklist; A. Positive-side design factors; B. Single versus dual systems; C. Adhered versus unadhered; D. Summary; E. Checklist; A. Materials; B. Negative versus positive; C. Application
  • Appendix A: SI Conversion factorsAppendix B: Plaza surfacing; Appendix C: Waterstops; Appendix D: Abstracts of ASTM standards relating to waterproofing; Appendix E: Expansion joints; Appendix F: Waterproofing selection procedure; Glossary of waterproofing terms; Bibliography; Index; A. What is waterproofing?; B. Using this manual; C. Manual's scope and limitations; D. The importance of waterproofing; E. The boom in demand for waterproofing; F. Historical background; G. Modern waterproofing materials; H. New standards for improved design; A. Hydrostatic pressure
  • B. Site planning and landscapingC. Drain pipe materials; D. Basic drainage design; E. Subsurface drainage; F. Geotextile filter fabrics; G. Water management system failures; H. Checklist; A. Distinguishing dampproofing from waterproofing; B. Preliminary investigation; C. Water-vapor migration; D. Dampproofing or waterproofing?; E. Dampproofing walls; F. Dampproofing slabs-on-ground; G. Slab-on-ground installation details; H. Checklist; A. Excavations and excavation supports; B. Basement walls; C. Backfilling; D. Pressure slabs; E. You can't fix what you can't see; F. Checklist
  • D. The blindside "drained-cavity" approachE. Performance rating; F. Checklist; A. Historical background; B. Blindside waterproofing membranes; C. Seams; D. Attachment to substrate; E. Membranes under pressure slabs; F. Checklist; A. Description, background, benefits, and disadvantages; B. Materials; C. Specifications; D. Vertical surfaces; E. Causes of built-up membrane failures; F. Checklist; A. Polymer-modified bitumens; B. Elastomeric and thermoplastic membranes; C. Application; D. Modified bitumen failure modes; E. Checklist: modified bitumens; F. Checklist: PVC
Control code
2nd ed
1 online resource (296 p.)
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  • (OCoLC)952932294
  • ebl131721188X

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    • Deakin University Library - Geelong Waurn Ponds CampusBorrow it
      75 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds, Victoria, 3216, AU
      -38.195656 144.304955
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