Published: Jan 1956
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One of the first questions asked about a concrete structure is the amount of its cement content. Not that this is necessarily the most important consideration, but it is normally the first, since concrete is often classified by the amount of cement it contains, regardless of other characteristics. It is therefore obvious that this question should have an answer, either from the job records (which are often difficult to find) or from a method of determination of the cement content of specimens of the concrete itself.
Technical Director, The France Stone Co. Laboratories, Perrysburg, Ohio
Paper ID: STP39435S