The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 52 (1974) > Issues > Issue 11 > Cores, Cubes and the Specified Strength of Concrete
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Cores, Cubes and the Specified Strength of Concrete

Research which included tests on 157 cores, 216 cylinders and 244 cubes is described in this paper. The authors recommend a method for equating tests on cores with cube strengths obtained under the standard conditions of manufacture and curing set out in specifications. J.M. Plowman, W.F. Smith and T. Sherriff

Author(s): Plowman, J M;Smith, W F;Sherriff, T

Keywords: strength;cubes;cores;testing;concrete;appraising;comparing