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Title: Developments In The Manufacture And Use Of Concrete Pipe
Author(s): M. W. Loving
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 732-747
Abstract:Paper is a general description of equipment and methods of the manufacture of concrete pipe. Concur- rently, there is discussion of the wide use of the finished product. Two cluded - reinforced an d eneral classifications are in- unreinforced. Importance of adequate mixing water is stressed and need for strict attention to mix and gradation of a must meet specifications and tests of As gregates. Pipe T M . Reinforced concrete processes: I) the is manufactured by three general proc- e cast process, (2) machine, and (3) cen- trifuga . Reinforcement is either elliptical or circular and made up in spiral wound cages. Concrete pipe, because of its inherent strength and uniform quality, hat come into wide use for water supply lines and irrigation 8 urposes, as well as for sanitary and storm sewers an culverts.
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