Microcalorimetric investigations of building materials

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Microcalorimetric investigations of building materials. / Wadsö, Lars.

Division of Building Materials, LTH, Lund University, 1994. 48 p. (Report TVBM; Vol. 3063).

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Wadsö, L 1994, Microcalorimetric investigations of building materials. Report TVBM, vol. 3063, vol. 3063, Division of Building Materials, LTH, Lund University.

APA

Wadsö, L. (1994). Microcalorimetric investigations of building materials. (Report TVBM; Vol. 3063). Division of Building Materials, LTH, Lund University.

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Wadsö L 1994. Microcalorimetric investigations of building materials. Division of Building Materials, LTH, Lund University. 48 p. (Report TVBM).

MLA

Wadsö, Lars Microcalorimetric investigations of building materials Report TVBM. Division of Building Materials, LTH, Lund University. 1994.

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Wadsö L. Microcalorimetric investigations of building materials. Division of Building Materials, LTH, Lund University, 1994. 48 p. (Report TVBM).

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Wadsö, Lars. / Microcalorimetric investigations of building materials. Division of Building Materials, LTH, Lund University, 1994. 48 p. (Report TVBM).

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TY - BOOK

T1 - Microcalorimetric investigations of building materials

AU - Wadsö, Lars

PY - 1994

Y1 - 1994

N2 - "This report presents the results of ten projects in which we have used microcalorimetric techniques to study processes in building materials. Except for in cement research, microcalorimetry has not been much used on building materials. The microcalorimetric technique is extremely versatile, mainly because it is a very basic property (heat) that is measured. We hope that this report may encourage others to use rnicrocalorimetry in building material science". Other co-authors are: Jonny Bjurman, Elisabeth Bäckström, Håkan Håkansson, Björn Johannesson, Paul Sandberg, Lubica Wessman.

AB - "This report presents the results of ten projects in which we have used microcalorimetric techniques to study processes in building materials. Except for in cement research, microcalorimetry has not been much used on building materials. The microcalorimetric technique is extremely versatile, mainly because it is a very basic property (heat) that is measured. We hope that this report may encourage others to use rnicrocalorimetry in building material science". Other co-authors are: Jonny Bjurman, Elisabeth Bäckström, Håkan Håkansson, Björn Johannesson, Paul Sandberg, Lubica Wessman.

M3 - Report

VL - 3063

T3 - Report TVBM

BT - Microcalorimetric investigations of building materials

PB - Division of Building Materials, LTH, Lund University

ER -