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Title: SP-101: Computer Use for Statistical Analysis of Concrete Test Data
Author(s): Editors: P. Balaguru and V. Ramakrishnan
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 146
As a designer or engineer you need reliable test data when determining the strength of concrete. Computer Use for Statistical Analysis of Concrete Test Data will explore new ways in which the computer can help you achieve statistically more accurate results from your testing procedures. In addition, this important new volume presents various tools to help you interpret test results, and reports on the measures of reliability which can be used in establishing specifications and design criteria for the strength of concrete. This state-of-the-art publication, offers insight into the use of computers, including micro and mini computers, in concrete quality control and quality evaluation. With topics such as: analysis of in-place test data with spreadsheet software, computer analysis and plotting of computer data, analysis of cover meter data, and development of prediction relations from compression test data using regression analysis, Computer Use for Statistical Analysis of Concrete Test Data will be an indispensable source of information.
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