Properties Of Mortars And concretes Containing High-Silica Cements
Raymond E. Davis, R. W. Carlson, J. W. Kelly, and G. E. Troxell
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Authors define high-silica cements as including low-lime portland cements, Portland-pozzolan cements, pozzolan-lime cements and sand cements. They discuss principal 1 and describe types of portland-pozzolan cements their use, ponolan, give history of and Interpret past experience an Paper of research in describes a cooperative progress at the fornia on 60 port and pozzolan University program of Cali-cements differing from one another in chemical composition of the portland cement clinker and in chemical composi-tion, physical character zolanic to and proportions of poz-determinestrength, material, their effects on waters, resistance to weathering and to sulfate heat of hydration, volume changes, etc., under a wide variety of curing conditions.