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The "Modulus" of Density of Concrete as a Means of Maintaining Uniformity Throughout

THIS3 question of density when relating to concrete for all purposes, and particularly when the concrete is to withstand a hydrostatic pressure, is all important to the engineer, and hence it is no wonder that he is tempted to administer “patent medicines” to the concrete when he has doubts as regards its “bodily fitness.” Alfred S. Grunspan

Author(s): Grunspan, Alfred S