The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 29 (1951) > Issues > Issue 3 > Special Treatments for Portland Cement Concrete
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Special Treatments for Portland Cement Concrete

Portland Cement has proved itself to be so useful that there is a great desire to treat it as a general purpose material. Naturally, however, its physical and chemical characteristics impose certain limitations. These limitations can be modified by manufacturing adjustments of the cement itself or by suitable treatments of the concrete. C.L. a'Court

Author(s): a'Court, C L

Keywords: portland cement;concrete;admixtures;coatings;improving;performance