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The Strength of Concrete; its Relation to the Cement, Aggregates and Water

THE above heading is the title of a recent paper dealing with the prortioning of concrete. The information is of such value that it is proposed to give a summary of the paper arranged so that the main divisions will be similar to thosc of the Bulletin fo facilitate reference. J. Singleton-Green