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An investigation of the effects of freezing on portland cement concrete
(Virginia Tech, 1939-06-15)
<p>The results of this investigation may serve as the basis for some conclusions with regard to the curing of Portland cement concrete. Some of the more important conclusions are as follows l. A concrete, if it may be ...
An investigation of the relation between the strength of concrete as stressed in a beam in flexure and as determined by the use of the standard 6 x 12 inch test cylinder
(Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College and Polytechnic Institute, 1936)
Proposed plan for using plane coordinates for land description in Virginia
(Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College and Polytechnic Institute, 1937)
An investigation of the effects of abnormal curing conditions on Dolomitic limestone Portland cement concrete
(Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College and Polytechnic Institute, 1938)
Based on the results of this investigation certain conclusions were arrived at relative to Portland cement concrete using Dolomitic limestone sand as the fine aggregate. The most important of these are as follows: 1. Fresh ...
An investigation of the effects of the partial loading of concrete during the early curing period on the twenty-eight day ultimate strength
(Virginia Tech, 1938-06-05)
This investigation covered a general study of the effects of the partial loads on the twenty-eight day strength of concrete. Special emphasis was placed on those loads and times of loading that produced the greatest ...