Abrams' law

Abrams' law

[′ā·brəmz ′lȯ]
(civil engineering)
In concrete materials, for a mixture of workable consistency the strength of concrete is determined by the ratio of water to cement.

Abrams' law

A statement applying to given concrete materials and conditions of test: For a mixture of workable consistency, the strength of concrete provided by the mixture is determined by the ratio of the amount of water to the amount of cement.
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