"Before entering into the especial subject for which this paper is intended, it is, perhaps, best to give a few prefatory remarks, as to what Concrete really is, the method and manner of its formation and it application in foundations and engineering structures.
Concrete may be defined as a species of artificial stone.
Its ingredients may be classified into two parts, viz:
First, the matrix which is either lime or cement, or a mixture of both.
Second, the aggregate consisting of small broken stone gravel, broken bricks, shells, etc"--A Concrete Culver, page 1.
Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
Professional Degree in Civil Engineering
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy
i, 32 pages
© 1892 F. A. Jones, All rights reserved.
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Culverts -- Design and construction
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Jones, Fayette Alexander, "A concrete culvert" (1892). Professional Degree Theses. 18.