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Publication Number: FHWA-RD-03-060

Concrete Mixture Optimization Using Statistical Methods

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Eric S. Lagergren (Nabisco Research) provided valuable assistance in developing the experiment designs for the laboratory experiments and analyzing the experimental results.

James J. Filliben (NIST) assisted in developing experiment designs for the laboratory work and provided experiment design, data analysis and DATAPLOT expertise in the development of the COST Web site software.

Dale Bentz (NIST) programmed the COST Web site software and provided concrete materials expertise to the Web site development process.

Leif Wathne (SaLUT, Inc.) assisted in planning the experiments and supervised the laboratory work.

Joseph Brookman, Brian Goril, and Felix Okoye (formerly of SaLUT, Inc.), performed the laboratory work.

Ken Snyder (NIST) performed rapid chloride testing for Phase I of the laboratory work.

The "COST User's Guide" (appendix C) was written by Marcia Simon, Dale Bentz, and Jim Filliben.

 

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