THe hydrolic trainer - logic element technology by Arno SCHMITT, Rudi A. LANG

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Theophrastus in On Metals (mentions) the crucible, the container in which they mix the iron ore, and the salax, the miner’s sieve (koskinon). 2. M. Porcius Cato Cato the Elder (234–149 BC) wrote a handbook on farm management – De re rustica – around 160 BC. His description of the construction of the floor for a pressing room mentions both the sifting of lime and the compaction of the mix of mortar and aggregate, both issues that arise in the discussion of marine concrete. 2. 1: Chronological list of literary passages relevant to maritime concrete.

1. The Technology of Roman Maritime Concrete the disparate laboratory results of some tests. g. Langton and Roy 1984; Roy and Langton 1989) and has been focused mainly on mortars and plasters (Branton and Oleson 1992a–b). In response to this paucity of information Brandon, Hohlfelder, and Oleson founded the Roman Maritime Concrete Study (ROMACONS) in 2001, a comprehensive research program focused on the collection and analysis of large cores of hydraulic concrete from carefully selected, well-dated maritime structures (Hohlfelder et al.

These range from nearly pure calcite, with only traces of magnesium, for the mortars of many of the central Italian coast concretes to more dolomitic, or magnesium rich compositions for the mortars of some of the eastern Mediterranean harbour concretes (pp. 170–75). Discrete microstructures indicative of dissolution of lime particles suggest that builders could have assembled a more or less dry mixture of pebble lime and pumiceous ash pozzolan in a mortar trough, for at least some of the concretes, and then dumped this mixture into the submarine form (pp.

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