The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 1 (1909) > Issues > Issue 3 > Some notes relating to the setting of portland cement, with description and methods adopted for regu
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Some notes relating to the setting of portland cement, with description and methods adopted for regulating the same

In addressing you on this subject my object is to give to the members of the Concrete Institute a short resume of some of the results of research work in this direction done by manufacturers and others, more especially as applied to the more modern methods of manufacture. H K G Bamber

Keywords: Portland cement