The Viscosity of the Raw Material Slurry Used in the Manufacture of Portland Cement

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The Viscosity of the Raw Material Slurry Used in the Manufacture of Portland Cement

The Structural Engineer
The Viscosity of the Raw Material Slurry Used in the Manufacture of Portland Cement
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Christelow, J W

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ALTHOUGH this Conference is to deal chiefly with the properties and uses of cements we think that engineers and users of cement generally will be interested to receive some account of methods investigated by British Portland Cement Manufacturers, with the object of reducing the cost of manufacture, and so-of the utmost importance to the user-of reducing the cost of the finished cement. J.W. Christelow

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