Title: Waterproofing With Water
Author(s): Cloyd M. Chapman
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 672-676
It is of the first and greatest importance in the making of a waterproof concrete that the mixture shall be so proportioned as to sizes of the particles that the mass shall be of maximum density and therefore of minimum voids. Yet, after the utmost diligence has been employed in the selection of the mixture and in the proportioning of it, there are other factors still to be considered, one of which, very often not considered, is the amount of water to be used.