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outlawtony (Civil/Environmental)
3 Jan 11 15:28
  Does the weight of the water that the Tremie Slab is displacing keep the slab Level while pouring..????
dik (Structural)
4 Jan 11 12:40
Not appreciably... you are looking at the local differential in concrete height... as an example, you may have 40' of water on the concrete surface at one location and 41' of water adjacent to it... only a 1' differential.

Dik
Helpful Member!(2)  PEinc (Geotechnical)
12 Jan 11 15:59
Concrete slump, experienced workmanship, and monitoring keep the tremie pour level.

www.PeirceEngineering.com

PEinc (Geotechnical)
13 Jan 11 15:04

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