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Title: Concrete Without Coarse Aggregate
Author(s): Aris C. Stamatopoulos and Panaghiotis C. Kotzias
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 704-711
Keywords: Aggregates, concrete construction, concrete,
cracking (fracturing), deserts, fine aggre-gates,
mix proportioning, mortars (materials),
quality control, sands, shrinkage, slump tests
Abstract:Describes two cases where coarse aggregates were eliminated from concrete and sand-cement mortar used in construction. Sites were desert terrain in North Africa and on Arabian Gulf; design specified to expedite work and offer economy. Two new methods for measuring consistency of sand-cement mortar explained, and since they can be performed using small quantities of sand, are considered advantageous over conventional slump tests.
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