Strength Tests for Cement

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Strength Tests for Cement

The Structural Engineer
Strength Tests for Cement
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In May, 1934, I described before this Institution an extensive series of experiments made at the Building Research Station in order to establish a form of strength test, on mortar which could be regarded as providing a satisfactory index to the strength of concrete. W.H. Glanville

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