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Sets out a method for the securing, preparing and testing of cylindrical core specimens (cores) from hardened concrete for the determination of compressive strength and mass per unit volume.
 

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  1. AS 1012.14:2018

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    Methods of testing concrete, Method 14: Method for securing and testing cores from hardened concrete for compressive strength and mass per unit volume

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  2. AS 1012.14-1991


    Methods of testing concrete - Method for securing and testing cores from hardened concrete for compressive strength

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  3. AS 1012.14-1973


    Methods of testing concrete - Method for securing and testing cores from hardened concrete for compressive strength or indirect tensile strength (incorporating Amdts 1 and 2)

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  4. AS A105-1973


    Securing and testing cores from hardened portland cement concrete forcompressive strength or indirect tensile strength (imperial units)

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  5. AS A105-1968


    Method for securing and testing cores from hardened Portland cement concrete for compressive strength or indirect tensile strength

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  6. AS A105-1957


    Australian standard method for securing and testing specimens from hardened concrete for compressive and flexural strength

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