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Portland Cement


The Structural Engineer
Portland Cement
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Gutteridge, Hal

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Gutteridge, Hal

As Portland cement plays such an important part as one of the raw materials which the structural engineer employs in practically every type of building construction, a knowledge of the methods of its manufacture will not only be of interest to him, but necessary in order to appreciate the full use of this material in design. Hal Gutteridge

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