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Concrete Construction for Rural Communities - Page 27
by Roy Andrew Seaton - 1918 - 223 pages
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Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Volume 29, Part 1

Civil engineering - 1903
...visibly into the mass. 42. — The test pieces should be stored in moist air during the test; this is accomplished by placing them on a rack over water contained in a pan and covered with a damp cloth, the cloth to be kept away from them by means of a wire screen; or they may be stored...
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Cements, mortars and concretes: their physical properties

Myron Samuel Falk - Cement - 1904 - 176 pages
...visibly into the mass. 42. — The test pieces should be stored in moist air during the test; this is accomplished by placing them on a rack over water contained in a pan and covered with a damp cloth, the cloth to be kept away from them by means of a wire screen; or they may be stored...
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Cements, Mortars and Concretes: Their Physical Properties

Myron Samuel Falk - Cement - 1904 - 176 pages
...visibly into the mass. 42. — The test pieces should be stored in moist air during the test; this is accomplished by placing them on a rack over water contained in a pan and covered with a damp cloth, the cloth to be kept away from them by means of a wire screen; or they may be stored...
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The manufacture of hydraulic cements

Albert Bleininger, Geological Survey of Ohio - Cement - 1904 - 391 pages
...sink visibly into the mass. 42. The test pieces should be stored in moist air during the test; this is accomplished by placing them on a rack over water contained in a pan and covered with a damp cloth, the cloth to be kept away from them by means of a wire screen; or they may be stored...
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Bulletin, Issue 3

Geology - 1904
...sink visibly into the mass. 42. The test pieces should be stored in moist air during the test; this is accomplished by placing them on a rack over water contained in a pan and covered with a damp cloth, the cloth to be kept away from them by means of a wire screen; or they may be stored...
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Cements, limes, and plasters: their materials, manufacture, and properties

Edwin Clarence Eckel - Cement - 1905 - 712 pages
...sink visibly into the mass. 42. The test pieces should be stored in moist air during the test; this is accomplished by placing them on a rack over water contained in a pan and covered with a damp cloth, the cloth to be kept away from them by means of a wire screen; or they may be stored...
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Standard Methods of Testing and Specifications for Cement ...

Cement - 1905 - 32 pages
...visibly into the mass. 42.—The test pieces should be stored in moist air during the test; this is accomplished by placing them on a rack over water contained in a pan and covered with a damp cloth, the cloth to be kept away from them by means of a wire screen; or they may be stored...
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A hand-book for cement users

Charles Carroll Brown - Technology & Engineering - 1905 - 369 pages
...1 to 1 1 to 2 1 to 3 Ito4 ltx>5 Cement 500 333 250 200 167 Sand 500 666 750 800 833 test ; this is accomplished by placing them on a rack over water contained in a pan and covered with a damp cloth, the cloth to be kept away from them by means of a wire screen ; or they may be stored...
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Standard methods of testing and specifications for comment

American Society for Testing Materials. Committee on standard specifications for cement, American Society of Civil Engineers. Committee on uniform tests of cement, Society of Chemical Industry (Great Britain) New York section - Technology & Engineering - 1905 - 32 pages
...visibly into the mass. 42. — The test pieces should be stored in moist air during the test ; this is accomplished by placing them on a rack over water contained in a pan and covered with a damp cloth, the cloth to be kept away from them by means of a wire screen; or they may be stored...
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Practical Cement Testing

W. Purves Taylor - Cement - 1905 - 320 pages
...visibly into the mass. 42. — The test pieces should be stored in moist air during the test ; this is accomplished by placing them on a rack over water contained in a pan and covered with a damp cloth, the cloth to be kept away from them by means of a wire screen; or they may be stored...
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