The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 12 (1922) > Issues > Issue 3 > Capillary canals in concrete and the percolation of water through them
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Capillary canals in concrete and the percolation of water through them

The experiments which this paper attempts to describe were first suggested by reading the report on Ferro Concrete issued by the Institution of Civil Engineers, which describes many experiments made in 1911 at the National Physical Laboratory on the percolation of water through concrete slabs. E. B. Moullin