INTERRELATIONS BETWEEN CEMENT & CONCRETE PROPERTIES. PART 1

IN STUDIES AT THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS ON THE INTERRELATIONS BETWEEN CEMENT AND CONCRETE PROPERTIES, MANY DIFFERENT TESTS WERE MADE ON A LARGE NUMBER OF PORTLAND CEMENTS. BECAUSE OF THE LARGE QUANTITY OF DATA OBTAINED AND THE VARIETY OF TESTS PERFORMED, THE RESULTS OF THESE STUDIES ARE BEING PUBLISHED AS A SERIES OF RELATED SECTIONS EACH DEALING WITH DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF THE PROPERTIES ANALYSES. THIS PUBLICATION PRESENTS THE FIRST THREE SECTIONS WHICH DEAL PRIMARILY WITH THE MATERIALS, GENERAL TEST METHODS AND STATISTICAL ANALYSES EMPLOYED THROUGHOUT THE SERIES. INCLUDED IN THIS FIRST PART ARE A SECTION ON WATER REQUIREMENTS OF NEAT PASTES, MORTARS AND CONCRETE AND SECTION OF THE OCCURRENCE OF MINOR AND TRACE ELEMENTS IN PORTLAND CEMENTS. OTHER PARTS WILL INCLUDE STUDIES OF SULFATE EXPANSION, HEAT OF HYDRATION, AUTO-CLAVE EXPANSION, COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH AFTER NORMAL AND STEAM CURING, SHRINKAGE, ABSORPTION, FREEZE-THAW DURABILITY, AS WELL AS THE EFFECT OF OUTDOOR EXPOSURE ON CONCRETE SPECIMENS. /AUTHOR/

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    National Bureau of Standards /US

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  • Authors:
    • Blaine, R L
    • Arni, H T
    • Foster, B E
  • Publication Date: 1965-8-20

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  • Accession Number: 00212317
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Report/Paper Numbers: 36 pp
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Mar 20 1994 12:00AM