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

V.-CONCRETES AT BASIC WATER CONTENT. Several tests were made at basic water content using 25 F.A. mixed in three proportions, the ratios of cement to mixed aggregate by bulk being approximately 1:8, 1:5, and 1:2 1/2 or 3. J. Singleton-Green