Concrete Paving Quality Control Procedures: Concrete Slump Mobile App
The standard slump test should be considered as a pseudomeasure of workability.
How does it work?
It does not necessarily reflect workability properties that correlate to the ability to place concrete with a slipform paver. However, slump can be used as an indicator of between-batch variability (uniformity). Changes in slump indicate variability in the materials and/or the batching process. Thus, slump is a process control test procedure and should not be considered as an acceptance criteria. Slump can also be used as an indicator of early stiffening. Performing slump tests at 5 minutes and 20 minutes after batching is a practice that is encouraged. Monitoring the slump loss over time can identify early stiffening issues associated with material changes, incompatibilities, or changes in the concrete temperature. The Concrete Paving Quality Control Procedures: Concrete Slump mobile app cover: Purpose, Principle, Test Procedure, Test Method, Output and Construction Issues. GoCanvas supports signature capture.