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" The cement shall be considered to have acquired its initial set when the pat will bear, without appreciable indentation, the Gillmore Mm I needle ^ in. "
Purification of the Washington water supply - Page 272
by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the District of Columbia, James McMillan - 1903 - 303 pages
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Annual Reports ...., Volume 2, Part 4

United States. War Department - 1902
...not less than forty-five minutes nor in more than two and one-half hours. The pats made to test the soundness may be used in determining the time of setting....initial set when the pat will bear. without being appreciahly indented, a wire one-twelfth inch in diameter loaded to weigh one-fourth pound. The final...
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Professional Papers of the Corps of Engineers of the United States Army

United States. Army. Corps of Engineers - Military engineering - 1901
...less than forty -live minutes and shall acquire its final set in ten hours. The pats made to test the soundness may be used in determining the time of setting....indented, a wire one-twelfth inch in diameter loaded to one-fourth pound weight. The final set has been acquired when the pat will bear, without being appreciably...
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Annual Reports of the War Department, Part 4

United States. War Department - 1902
...not less than forty-five minutes nor in more than two and one-half hours. The pats made to test the soundness may be used in determining the time of setting....one-fourth pound. The final set has been acquired when the Eat will bear, without being appreciably indented, a wire one twenty-fourth inch i diameter loaded...
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Report of the Chief of Engineers U.S. Army, Part 4

United States. Army. Corps of Engineers - Engineering - 1902
...not less than forty-five minutes nor in more than two and one-half hours. The pats made to test the soundness may be used in determining the time of setting....one-fourth pound. The final set has been acquired whf n the pat will bear, without being appreciably indented, a wire one twenty-fourth inch in diameter...
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Directory of American Cement Industries and Hand-book for Cement Users

Charles Carroll Brown - Cement - 1902 - 740 pages
...less than forty-five minutes and shall acquire its final set in ten hours. The pats made to test the soundness may be used in determining the time of setting....indented, a wire one-twelfth inch in diameter loaded to one-fourth pound weight. The final set has been acquired when the pat will bear, without being appreciably...
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Engineering contracts and specifications: including a brief synopsis of the ...

John Butler Johnson - Engineering contracts - 1902 - 560 pages
...less than forty-five minutes and shall acquire its final set in ten hours. The pats made to test the soundness may be used in determining the time of setting....indented, a wire one-twelfth inch in diameter loaded to one-fourth pound weight. The final set has been acquired when the pat will bear, without being appreciably...
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The Improvement of Rivers: A Treatise on the Methods Employed for Improving ...

Benjamin Franklin Thomas, David Alexander Watt - Rivers - 1903 - 356 pages
...less than fortyfive minutes and shall acquire its final set in ten hours. The pats made to test the soundness may be used in determining the time of setting....will bear, without being appreciably indented, a wire ^ inch in diameter loaded to \ pound weight. The final set has been acquired when the pat will bear,...
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Architects' and Engineers' Hand-book of Re-inforced Concrete Constructions ...

L. J. Mensch - Concrete - 1904 - 217 pages
...not less than forty-five minutes, nor in more than two and one-half hours.) The pats made to test the soundness may be used in determining the time of setting....has been acquired when the pat will bear, without being appreciably indented, a wire one-twenty-fourth inch in diameter loaded to weigh one pound. TENSILE...
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Water-supply and Irrigation Papers of the United States ..., Issues 89-96

Geological Survey (U.S.) - 1904
...acquire its final set within twelve hours. The pats made to test the soundness may be used to determine the time of setting. The cement is considered to have...inch in diameter loaded to weigh one-fourth pound, or when the 1-pound Gilmore needle fails to penetrate completely through the pat. The final set has...
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Engineering Contracts and Specifications: Including a Brief Synopsis of the ...

John Butler Johnson - Engineering - 1904 - 560 pages
...for five minutes with 30 per cent of water by weight and kept under a wet cloth until finally set. The cement is considered to have acquired its initial...will bear, without being appreciably indented, a wire onetweifth inch in diameter loaded to weigh one-fourth pound. The final set has been acquired when...
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