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" The setting is said to have commenced when the needle ceases to pass a point 5 mm. (0.20 in.) above the upper surface of the glass plate, and is said to have terminated the moment the needle does not sink visibly into the mass. "
A hand-book for cement users - Page 48
edited by - 1905 - 369 pages
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Proceedings

American Society of Civil Engineers - Civil engineering - 1903
...Fig. 2, as described in Paragraph 31; this rod, bearing the cap (D) at one end and the needle (II), I mm. (0.039 in.) in diameter, at the other, weighing...with the surface of the paste and quickly released. 41. — The setting is said to have commenced when the needle ceases to pass a point 5 mm. (0.20 in.)...
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Bulletin, Volume 3

Ohio. Division of Geological Survey - Geology - 1904
...(figure 79), as described in paragraph 31 ; this rod, bearing the cap (D) at one end and the needle (H), 1 mm. (0.039 in-) in diameter at the other, weighing...with the surface of the paste and quickly released. 41. The setting is said to have commenced when the needle ceases to pass a point 5 mm. (0.20 in.) above...
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Cements, Mortars and Concretes: Their Physical Properties

Myron Samuel Falk - Cement - 1904 - 176 pages
...Fig. 2, as described in Paragraph 31; this rod, bearing the cap (D) at one end and the needle (H), 1 mm. (0.039 in.) in diameter, at the other, weighing...with the surface of the paste and quickly released. 164 said to have terminated the moment the needle does not sink visibly into the mass. 42. — The...
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Cements, Mortars and Concretes: Their Physical Properties

Myron Samuel Falk - Cement - 1904 - 176 pages
...Fig. 2, as described in Paragraph 31; this rod, bearinj the cap (D) at one end and the needle (//), I mm. (0.039 in.) in diameter, at the other, weighing...with the surface of the paste and quickly released. 41. — The setting is said to have commenced when the needle ceases to pass a point 5 mm. (0.20 in.)...
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Bulletin, Issue 3

Geology - 1904
...in paragraph 31; this rod, bearing the cap (D) at one end and the needle (H), I mm. (0.039 in•) m diameter at the other, weighing 300 gr. (10.58 oz.)....with the surface of the paste and quickly released. 41. The setting is said to have commenced when the needle ceases to pass a point 5 mm. (0.20 in.) above...
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Standard Methods of Testing and Specifications for Comment

American Society for Testing Materials. Committee on Standard Specifications for Cement - Cement - 1905 - 32 pages
...Fig. 2, as described in Paragraph 31; this rod, bearing the cap (D) at one end and the needle (H), 1 mm. (0.039 in.) in diameter, at the other, weighing...with the surface of the paste and quickly released. 41. — The setting is said to have commenced when the needle ceases to pass a point 5 mm. (0.20 in.)...
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Practical Cement Testing

W. Purves Taylor - Cement - 1905 - 320 pages
...Fig. 2, as described in Paragraph 31 ; this rod, bearing the cap (D) at one end and the needle (H), 1 mm. (0.039 in.) in diameter, at the other, weighing...with the surface of the paste and quickly released. 41. — The setting is said to have commenced when the needle ceases to pass a point 5 mm. (0.20 in.)...
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Standard Methods of Testing and Specifications for Cement ...

Portland Cement Association - Cement - 1905 - 32 pages
...Needle, which has already described in Paragraph 30, should be used. L. „ _ _ ... 3" r 1 % P i o (0.039 in.) in diameter, at the other, weighing 300...with the surface of the paste and quickly released. 41.—The setting is said to have commenced when the needle ceases to pass a point 5 mm. (0.20 in.)...
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Cements, Limes, and Plasters: Their Materials, Manufacture, and Properties

Edwin Clarence Eckel - Cement - 1905 - 712 pages
...described in Paragraph 31; this rod, bearing the cap at one end and the needle, 1 mm. (0.039 inch) in diameter, at the other, weighing 300 gr. (10.58...with the surface of the paste and quickly released. 41. The setting Ls said to have commenced when the needle ceases to pass a point 5 mm. (0.20 inch)...
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A Treatise on Concrete, Plain and Reinforced: Materials, Construction, and ...

Frederick Winslow Taylor, Sanford Eleazer Thompson, René Feret, Spencer Baird Newberry - Concrete - 1905 - 585 pages
...cap (£>) at one end and the needle (H), 1 mm. (0.039 mO m diameter, at the other, weighing 300 g. (10.58 oz.). The needle is then carefully brought...with the surface of the paste and quickly released. 41. The setting is said to have commenced when the needle ceases to pass a point 5 mm. (0.20 in.) above...
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