Revised to Include Standard Installations
Copyright 2000 AMERICAN CONCRETE PIPE ASSOCIATION All rightsreserved. This book or any part thereof must not be reproduced in any form without the written permission of the American Concrete Pipe Association. Library of Congress catalog number 78-58624 Printed inthe United States of America
First printing February, 1970 15,000 copies Second printing July, 1970 15,000 copies Third printing (revised) February, 1974 15,000 copies Fourth printing (revised) June,1978 10,000 copies Fifth printing (revised) June, 1980 15,000 copies Sixth printing (revised) February, 1985 10,000 copies Seventh printing (revised) October, 1987 10,000 copies Eighth printing March,1990 5,000 copies Ninth printing November, 1992 5,000 copies Tenth printing March, 1995 2,500 copies Eleventh printing November, 1996 2,500 copies Twelfth printing August, 1998 2,500 copies Thirteenthprinting (revised) June, 2000 4,000 copies Fourteenth printing February, 2001 3,000 copies Fifteenth printing February, 200 3,000 copies Sixteenth printing (revised) April, 2004 2,000 copiesTechnical programs of the American Concrete Pipe Association, since its founding in 1907, have been designed to compile engineering data on the hydraulics, loads and supporting strengths and design ofconcrete pipe. Information obtained is disseminated to producers and consumers of concrete pipe through technical literature and promotional handbooks. Other important activities of the Associationinclude development of product specifications, government relations, participation in related trade and professional societies, advertising and promotion, an industry safety program and educationaltraining. These services are made possible by the financial support of member companies located throughout the United States, Canada, and in almost 40 foreign countries.
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