Concrete Paving Quality Control Procedures: Heat Signature (Adiabatic Calorimetry Test) Mobile App
Does your line of concrete pavement work involve calorimetry?
How does it work?
Heat signature is a representation of the heat of hydration generated by a specific concrete mixture over time. Variations in the chemistry and dosage of Portland cement and supplementary cementitious materials (SCMs), along with interactions between them and chemical admixtures, may be flagged by the heat signature. Changes in the heat signature of a concrete mixture can impact construction issues related to strength development and proper saw timing. The Concrete Paving Quality Control Procedures: Heat Signature (Adiabatic Calorimetry Test) mobile app covers: Purpose, Principle, Test Procedure, Test Method, Output and Construction Issues.
You can modify the app to include additional fields pertaining to heat and calorimetry tests, such as: reactions, initial temperature, temperature changes, specific heat, heat transfer, chemical reactions and more. With this app, you can record as much information as you find necessary in little to no time. Make your calorimetry work easier and reduce time spent on documentation.