WO1998058887A1 – Admixture and method for optimizing addition

WO1998058887A1 – Admixture and method for optimizing addition

  • wo1998058887a1 - admixture and method for optimizing

    WO1998058887A1 - Admixture and method for optimizing

    WO1998058887A1 - Admixture and method for optimizing addition of eo/po superplasticizer to concrete containing smectite clay-containing aggregates - Google Patents Admixture and method for optimizing addition of eo/po superplasticizer to concrete containing smectite clay-containing aggregates WO1998058887A1 (en) * 1997-06-25: 1998-12-30: W

  • ep1015398b1 - admixture and method for optimizing addition

    EP1015398B1 - Admixture and method for optimizing addition

    EP1015398B1 - Admixture and method for optimizing addition of eo/po superplasticizer to concrete containing smectite clay-containing aggregates - Google Patents Admixture and method for optimizing addition of eo/po superplasticizer to concrete containing smectite clay-containing aggregates WO1998058887A1 (en) * 1997-06-25: 1998-12-30: W.R

  • admixture and method for optimizing addition of eo/po

    Admixture and method for optimizing addition of EO/PO

    admixture and method for optimizing addition of eo/po superplasticizer to concrete containing smectite clay-containing aggregates Primary Examiner: Marcantoni, Paul

  • admixture for optimizing addition of eo/po plasticizers

    Admixture for optimizing addition of EO/PO plasticizers

    Admixture for optimizing addition of EO/PO plasticizers WO1998058887A1: 1998-12-30: ADMIXTURE AND METHOD FOR OPTIMIZING ADDITION OF EO/PO SUPERPLASTICIZER TO CONCRETE CONTAINING SMECTITE CLAY-CONTAINING AGGREGATES a pyrophosphate (e.g., sodium pyrophosphate, sodium acid pyrophosphate), or a mixture thereof. Still further exemplary

  • systems of linear equations: solving by addition / elimination

    Systems of Linear Equations: Solving by Addition / Elimination

    The addition method of solving systems of equations is also called the method of elimination. This method is similar to the method you probably learned for solving simple equations.. If you had the equation "x + 6 = 11", you would write "–6" under either side of the equation, and then you'd "add down" to get "x = 5" as the solution.x + 6 = 11 –6 –6

  • understanding and managing iv container overfill

    Understanding and Managing IV Container Overfill