Investigation of the suitability of Prepakt concrete for mass and reinforced concrete structures
U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station.
Technical memorandumPreface: The Waterways Experiment Station was authorized to conduct the investigation reported herein by a letter from the Office, Chief of Engineers, dated 4 April 1949, subject, "Civil Works Investigations - Authorization of Item 612 'Prepakt Concrete and Grouting.'" The program of testing was based upon drawings, specifications, and an outline of tests prepared by the Norfolk District, CE, and involved the fabrication of two large test structures at the Waterways Experiment Station during April 1949 by the Prepakt Concrete Company. The Government furnished all plans and specifications, inspection, aggregates, cement, and laboratory facilities. All testing was done by the Waterway Experiment Station. Mr. J. H. Bowman was project engineer for the Prepakt Company. The investigation was performed at the Waterways Experiment Station by the Concrete Research Division.
U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station.Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Reinforced concrete construction; Reinforced concrete testing; Prepakt concrete
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