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Are polymer concrete and polymer-modified concrete used in repairs?
What fibers are used in concrete?
The effect of aggregate characteristics on concrete shrinkage and permeability
The effect of entrained air on the workability of concrete
The effect of aggregate strength on concrete strength
Size of test cylinder
Using cube tests in lieu of cylinder tests
Requirements for a successful concrete structure
Consistency, plastic consistency, and workability
Precautions to resist acid attack
What methods of capping are recommended for compression specimens?
What is calcium-aluminate cement?
What water-cementitious material ratio should be used for a particular job when strength require...
Standard specifications for cements
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