Investigation of Concrete Pumping Effects on Air-Entrained

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  • Factors Which May Influence Air Content - RussTech

    and maintain satisfactory concrete temperatures. III. Effects of Construction Practices Pumping Concrete – May result in air content reductions of 2%-3% at the discharge end of the pump boom. Higher air losses usually are the result of boom configuration causing free fall of the concrete and will sometimes actually create a vacuum in the pump

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    Jul 05, 2018 · Dyer M (1991) An investigation of concrete pumping and effects of pressure on the air void system of concrete. Master Thesis, University of Washington, WA. 17. Elkey W, Janssen DJ, Hover KC (1994) Concrete pumping effects on entrained air voids. Research Report (Project T9233, Task 21), Washington State Transportation Center (TRAC), Seattle, WA

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  • Concrete pumping and its effect on the air void system

    Jul 05, 2018 · Dyer M (1991) An investigation of concrete pumping and effects of pressure on the air void system of concrete. Master Thesis, University of Washington, WA. 17. Elkey W, Janssen DJ, Hover KC (1994) Concrete pumping effects on entrained air voids. Research Report (Project T9233, Task 21), Washington State Transportation Center (TRAC), Seattle, WA

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    Concrete pumps Concrete tests Laboratory tests 20, AsTR ACT Coofms m,as.fd If ne~casay &d Identfy by block ninber) mbtures and their effects on concrete pumpability. Part of the investigation All concrete mixtures were air entrained. It was concluded that …

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  • CONCRETE PUMPING EFFECTS ON ENTRAINED AIR-VOIDS. …

    Jul 02, 1994 · Unfortunately, pumping concrete can affect the air content of a concrete mix. This has caused concern about the possible loss of resistance of the concrete to freezing and thawing. The actual effect of pumping on the air content measured for the concrete is not consistent; in some cases air content has increased, while in others it has decreased.

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