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Title: STPCCMM: Significance of Test and Properties of Concrete Making Materials
Author(s): Editors: Joseph F. Lamond & James H. Pielert
Publication: Technical Documents
Appears on pages(s): 650
Abstract:Published by ASTM. This revised and expanded reference book is a valuable source of information on freshly mixed and hardened concrete, aggregates, specialized concretes, and other concrete-making materials. The 56 chapters and 650 pages include discussions of concrete properties ranging from high-temperature resistance to pore structure and permeability. Chapters provide current information about products and properties, testing methods, interpretation of tests, specification requirements, and many more topics of interest to concrete professionals. Hundreds of references also permit more detailed study of the topics covered