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Joseph Aspdin

Inventor

Portland Cement Association

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Portland Cement Association

5420 Old Orchard Road

Skokie, Illinois,60077

United States

Company Description

The Portland Cement Association, based in Skokie, Ill., represents cement companies in the United States and Canada. It conducts market development, engineering, research, education, and public affairs programs. ...more

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www.evansconcrete.co.uk

Today marks 160 years since the death of Joseph Aspdin the inventor of Portland Cement.


www.spsrepair.com [cached]

Joseph Aspdin, its inventor, named it ‘portland' due to its resemblance to stone that was found in a quarry on the Isle of Portland.Today, portland cement is described by PCA as a calcium silicate cement.Figure 2: What is reinforced concrete?


www.bdmag.com [cached]

Concrete is composed of Portland Cement - a hydraulic cement first patented by PCA founder Joseph Aspdin - water, coarse and fine aggregates and possibly some chemical and/or mineral add mixtures.


www.spsindustrial.net [cached]

Joseph Aspdin, its inventor, named it "portland" due to its resemblance to stone that was found in a quarry on the Isle of Portland.
Today, portland cement is described by PCA as a calcium silicate cement.


mylearning.org [cached]

Joseph Aspdin and Portland Cement


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