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Publication Number: FHWA-RD-02-084
Date: May 2006

Highway Concrete Technology Development and Testing Volume IIi: Field Evaluation of SHRP C-205 Test Sites (High Performance Concrete)

References

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  4. Pfeifer, D.W., D.B. McDonald, and P.D. Krauss, "The Rapid Chloride Permeability Test and Its Correlation to 90-Day Chloride Ponding Test," Portland Cement Institute Journal. January–February, 1994.

 


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