Published: Jan 1956
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For many years one of the goals of those engaged in the control of concrete quality and in the service behavior of concrete has been the development of suitable nondestructive tests to supply the information desired. To be of greatest usefulness, such tests should be applicable to concrete in the structure or at least to the control specimens purported to represent the structure. It will be seen that the dynamic tests included in the following discussion, despite present limitations in application and in interpretation, are bringing the desired goal within reach in many respects.
Director, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn.
Technical Assistant, Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, Toronto, Ont.
Paper ID: STP39424S