Published: Jan 1956
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For many years concrete and concrete aggregates have been the subjects of numerous researches covering a wide variety of topics—researches whose objectives have been to provide the information needed to make concrete a material of ever greater and ever more certain usefulness. It will be neither feasible nor desirable to attempt to consider all of the needed research in this field since a mere listing (1, 2) of the titles of such projects being undertaken in the various laboratories of this country and abroad would cover many pages. However, a useful purpose might be served by mentioning some of the more important problems, if only in sufficient detail to indicate their nature and their application.
Engineering Director, National Crushed Stone Assn., Washington, D. C.
Paper ID: STP39415S