Published: Jan 1956
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This discussion will be limited to the effect of grading and maximum size of aggregate on the properties of concrete used in ordinary construction. No-slump, lightweight, and heavy concrete will not be considered, although much of the discussion is applicable to all types of concrete because aggregate, cement, water, and entrained air, of which concrete is composed, fit together as absolute volumes and in no other way.
Chief, Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Colo.
Paper ID: STP39439S