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Avoid fresh concrete "amassing"?

Avoid fresh concrete "amassing"?

Avoid fresh concrete "amassing"?


At which α angle we don't need "upper" formwork to avoid fresh concrete "amassing"?

Thanx in advance

PS: Hope amassing is the proper word which describe the problem.

RE: Avoid fresh concrete "amassing"?



RE: Avoid fresh concrete "amassing"?

It depends very much on the slump.  Also many other factors, such as mix design, aggregate gradation, w/c ratio, admixes, 'age' of concrete, ie: what point is the hydration reacytion at?  Keep in mind that stiff concrete is not easy to work with.   

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