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Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity Evaluation of Cementitious Materials

By T. H. Panzera, A. L. Christoforo, F. P. Cota, P. H. R. Borges and C. R. Bowen

Submitted: October 19th 2010Reviewed: March 31st 2011Published: September 9th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/17167

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T. H. Panzera, A. L. Christoforo, F. P. Cota, P. H. R. Borges and C. R. Bowen (September 9th 2011). Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity Evaluation of Cementitious Materials, Advances in Composite Materials - Analysis of Natural and Man-Made Materials, Pavla Těšinova, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/17167. Available from:

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