Cements, Limes, and Plasters; Their Materials, Manufacture, and Properties

Cements, Limes, and Plasters; Their Materials, Manufacture, and Properties

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ... content of lime almost entirely to the fossil shells it contains, the remainder of the shale being practically free from carbonates. For both of the above reasons limey shales are apt to be a source of trouble in the practical working of a plant and require considerable care in quarry management to insure that the raw materials are anywhere near uniform in composition from day to day. Fig. 70 shows a shale deposit which consists of three horizontal Table 163. 1. Chicago P. C. Co.. Ogleshy, 111. Manufacturer's circular. 2. Marquette Cement Co., Oglesby, 111. 25th Ann. Rep. V. S. Cecal. Survey, pt. 6, p. 544. 3. German-American I'. C. Works. La Salle, 111. W. E. Prllssing, analyst. 4. Iola P. C. Co., Iola. Kansas. 5. 6. Kansas P. C. Co.. Iola, Kansas. 7. Alpena P. C. Co., Alpena, Mich. 8. 9. 10-18. Cayuga P. C. Co., Portland Point, N. Y. J. H. MrOuire, analyst. 19-22. Bronson P. C. Co., Bronson, Mich. W. H. Simmons, analyst. Vol. 8, Mich. Geol. Surrey, p. 230. 23. Virginia P. C. Co., Craigsville, Va. "Cement Industry," p. 235. beds quite different in composition. They are consequently worked as separate benches or levels, temporary tracks being run in on the upper levels, while the main switch tracks are on the lowest level. Examination of clay deposits.--Most of the notes in relation to examining limestone deposits presented on an earlier page will apply to the report on a deposit of clay or shale. In sampling, however, the earthauger can be used much more extensively, as the clayey materials are usually soft enough to be bored readily by such means. For valuable notes on the use of the auger, reference should be made to the papers cited below. List of references on clays and shales.--The literature of clays is so extensive that the...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236562623
  • 9781236562623