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Influence of the Quantity of Mixing Water on the Heating During the Hardening of Aluminious Cements

IN 1921, on the occasion of crushing tests being carried out with hooped columns made in concrete composed of aluminous cement mmufactured at Bex (Electro-cement), Professor A. Paris, Engineer, drew our attention to the considerable heating disclosed on lifting out of the mould. J. Bertet

Author(s): Bertet, J

Keywords: hac;water;curing;heat of hydration