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A Method of Testing Concrete Blocks

(l) Introduction. This paper is the sequel to the previous one on " The Consistency of Portland Cement, Mortar and Concrete," read by the Author at the Concrete Institute on April 22, 1920. The object of that paper was "to describe a simple means of ascertaining the quantity of water required when mixing mortar or concrete." H.G. Lloyd