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Report of Working Party on High Aluminia Cement Concrete

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Report of Working Party on High Aluminia Cement Concrete
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Terms of Reference and Constitution The terms of reference given to the Working Party by the Science and Research Committee in November 1975 are : 'To consider the problems associated with high alumina cement concrete in general, and as necessary, to recommend guidelines on the appraisal of structural members in high alumina cement concrete.'

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