Published: Jan 1956
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The testing of concrete and concrete aggregates that has been carried on for many years has resulted in the accumulation of a great quantity of data. Workers in the field of concrete have attempted to develop from this information improved methods of test and sounder specification limits which would result in better constituent materials and, in turn, better concrete. This paper will attempt to assist in the evaluation of such data by pointing out some pertinent factors that should be kept in mind and by discussing briefly certain applicable procedures.
Secretary and Engineer, Maine Technology Experiment Station, Orono, Me.
Paper ID: STP39414S