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Technologic Papers 1911

Technologic Papers of the Bureau of Standards

The Journal of Research of NIST and its predecessors report NIST research and development in metrology and related fields of: physical science, engineering, applied mathematics, statistics, biotechnology, information technology.

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Technologic Papers of the Bureau of Standards, 1911

The strength of reinforced concrete beams - results of tests of 333 beams (first series), T 2,
Humphrey, R.L.; Losse, L.H.

Tests of the absorptive and permeable properties of portland cement mortars and concretes, together with tests of damp-proofing and waterproofing compounds and materials, T 3,
Wig, R.H.; Bates, P.H.

The effect of added fatty and other oils upon the carbonization of mineral lubricating oils, T 4,
Waters, C.E.

The effect of high-pressured steam on the crushing strength of portland cement mortar and concrete, T 5,
Wig, R.J.

The determination of chromium and its separation from vanadium, in steels, T 6,
Cain, J.R.

The testing of clay refractories, with special reference to their load carrying ability at furnace temperatures., T 7,
Bleininger, A.V.; Brown, G.H.

A rapid method for the determination of vanadium in steels, ores, etc., based on its quantitative inclusion by the phosphomolybdate precipitate., T 8,
Cain, J.R.; Hostetter, J.C.

Created March 20, 2013, Updated September 21, 2016