British Standard Specification. Consistency of Mortar

Author: Lloyd, H G

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1 September 1923

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British Standard Specification. Consistency of Mortar

The Structural Engineer
British Standard Specification. Consistency of Mortar
Date published

1 September 1923

First published

1 September 1923

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Lloyd, H G

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Let C = the number of parts by weight of Dry Portland Cement. S = the number of parts by weight of dry sand. C = the percentage of water by weight required by the Portland cement. S = the percentage of water by weight required to damp the sand. W = the percentage of water by weight required by the combined weights of Portland cement and sand.

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Volume 1 (1923) Issue 9

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