Principles and practice of testing in construction
The construction industry is constantly faced with the demands of quality, durability, and cost-effectiveness--and testing programs therefore ensure that materials will perform to their design requirements. However, the planning, implementation, and operation of a testing program, together with the collection and interpretation of data, are no simple task. This first volume in the
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