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Title: Rapid Testing Methods for Segregation Resistance and Filling Ability of Self-Compacting Concrete
Author(s): B.K. Van, D.G. Montgomery, I.
Hinczak and K. Turner
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 85-104
Keywords: deformation; self-compacting concrete; tests
Abstract:This paper describes rapid testing methods for determining blocking behaviour, deformability and segregation resistance of self-compacting concrete. Laboratory test results have shown that the proposed methods can reduce the required extent of laboratory testing and enable the tests to be carried out in less time. A simple apparatus for segregation resistance testing is also proposed. This apparatus and modified L-box apparatus are considered useful for rapid testing of segregation resistance, deformability and blocking behaviour of fresh self-compacting concrete.
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