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APPENDIX C TECHNICAL REFERENCES 1. American Concrete Institute. Building Code Requirements for Re- inforced Concrete (ACI 318-63~. A report prepared by ACI Committee 318. Detroit: American Concrete Institute, 1963. 2. American Concrete Institute. Interim Report on Building Code Require- ments for Reinforced Concrete (ACI 318-56~. Detroit: American Con- crete Institute. 3. American Concrete Institute. Reinforced Concrete Design Handbook. A report prepared by ACI Committee 317. Detroit: American Concrete Institute, Second Edition, 1955. 4. Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army. The Unified Soil Classification System. Vol. 1, Technical Memorandum No. 3-357. A report prepared by the Soils Division, Waterways Experiment Station. Vicksburg: Waterways Experiment Station, 1953. 5. Federal Housing Administration. Engineering Soil Classification for Residential Developments, FHA No. 373. From data prepared principally by the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and the United States Bureau of Public Roads. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, revised November 1961. 6. National Academy of Sciences -National Research Council. Pertinent reports on studies performed for the Federal Housing Administration by Special Advisory Committees of the Building Research Advisory Board. Washington: National Academy of Sciences - National Research Council. SlaJa-on-Ground Construction for Residences. 1955 (out of print). Vanor Barrier Materials for Use With Slab-on-Ground Construction and as Ground Cover in Crawl Spaces. Publication No. 445. 1956. Effectiveness of Concrete Admixture in Controlling Transmission of Moisture Through Slabs-on-Ground. Publication No. 596. 1958. ~ , Interim Renort. Design Criteria for Residential Slabs-On-Ground. Publication No. 657. 1959. 287

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288 APPENDIXES Design Criteria for Residential Slabs-on-Ground. Final Report. Publica- tion 1077. 1962. Protection from Moisture for Slab-on-Ground Construction and for Habitable Spaces Below Grade. Publication No. 707. 1959. Criteria for Hydraulic Fills. Publication No. 1076. 1962. Criteria for Compacted Fills. Publication No. 1281. 1965. 7. U.S. Department of Commerce. Strength of Houses, Application of Engineering Principles to Structural Design, BMS Report 109. A report by the National Bureau of Standards. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1948. \