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Can a Petrographer Determine Slump?
By examining hardened concrete cores, petrographers can provide information regarding the concrete's composition and serviceability. ASTM C 856, "Standard Practice for Petrographic Examination of Hardened Concrete," outlines procedures for the petrographic examination of hardened concrete samples. But sometimes petrographers report information that's not specifically covered by the ASTM standard procedures, such as an estimate of the slump of the concrete when it was plastic. More
Specification for slab undersealing
We're writing repair specifications for an industrial floor that needs to be undersealed with a cementitious grout to fill voids. Is there a standard undersealing specification that includes requirements for grout, hole patterns, equipment, and procedures? More
Dynamic Concrete Pumping: Pump and Finish
Dynamic Concrete Pumping combines placing and finishing. More