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Relationship Between The Bingham Parameters And Slump

Jón Elvar Wallevik
Published 2006 · Materials Science

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Viscometers in general have never been particularly popular at the jobsite. They are however well suited at the laboratory as they measure concrete consistency in terms of fundamental physical quantity, known as the yield stress and plastic viscosity. In contrast to viscometers, the slump cone is by far the most accepted tool for measuring consistency at the jobsite. This is due to its simplicity in handling. With the significance of both types of devices, it is clearly important to relate them to each other. The result of this study suggests a relationship between the yield stress and slump that depends on the concrete mixture proportions. More precisely, a particular trend line between the yield stress and slump seems to depend on volume fraction of matrix used in the concrete. The study shows a low correlation between the slump and plastic viscosity.
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