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Joints shown in concrete plans or elevations as follows:

Joint type Abbreviation Linetype
Construction joint—general CJ [[Image:Continuous thin.png]] straight CJ(S) F dowelled DCJ K keyed KCJ G Isolation joint IJ A Contraction joints— keyed KJ G dowelled DJ K sawn or trowelled joint SJ F Expansion joints — dowelled DEJ K keyed KEJ G


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