The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 2 (1924) > Issues > Issue 5 > Portland Cement in Sea Water
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Portland Cement in Sea Water

THE Committee of the Institution of Civil Engineers appointed to investigate the deterioration of structures exposed to the action of sea water reported inter alia in 1920, that "it is taken by most engineers as definitely determined that properly constituted Portland cement concrete, employed as it should be, may be relied upon to produce sound and permanent work." F.E. Wentworth-Sheilds

Author(s): Wentworth-Shields, F E