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Maximum temperature limits for hot-weather concreting
Are any temperature limitations necessary in curing concrete in hot weather?
How can the effectiveness of curing be measured?
What are set-controlling admixtures?
What is the importance of curing on strength?
How is the temperature of concrete measured?
Definition of “hot cement”
Are retarding admixtures reliable as to the time of setting?
Factors affecting time of setting
Form release agents
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