The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 10 (1932) > Issues > Issue 4 > The Shrinkage of Concrete whilst Setting. An Experiment which went wrong.
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The Shrinkage of Concrete whilst Setting. An Experiment which went wrong.

VAST sums of money have been spent at home and abroad, not only on aboratory and open-air experiments into the characteristics of concrete, but also in the construction of thousands of miles of concrete pavements to more or less experimental designs. Many of the results have been published and are, or should be, common knowledge to all concerned. J.H. Walker