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Title: Proportioning No-Slump Concrete
for Expanded Applications
Author(s): Robert W. Cannon
Publication: Concrete International
Appears on pages(s): 43-47
Keywords: aggregates; aggregate size; air-entrained
concretes; coarse aggregates; compacting; concretes;
consistency tests; consolidation; density
(mass/volume); fine aggregates; fly ash; mix propor-tioning;
Abstract:Discusses the proportioning of no-slump concrete using ACI 211.3, Recommended Practice for Selecting Proportions for No-Slump Concrete, as well as alternate procedures developed in studying no-slump mixes for roller compacted concrete applications. Some of the ideas presented are worthy of consideration in proportioning normal slump concrete as well as no-slump concrete.
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