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Rebound Hammer Conversion in Excel

Rebound Hammer Conversion in Excel

Rebound Hammer Conversion in Excel

Does anyone have an excel conversion for rebound hammer test?

RE: Rebound Hammer Conversion in Excel

I do not have any excel spreadsheets for a rebound hammer test, but others may be able to help if you indicate what information you are trying to convert for a rebound hammer test.

RE: Rebound Hammer Conversion in Excel

I am looking to simply convert the rebound number to psi. I have a bunch of test data to convert.

RE: Rebound Hammer Conversion in Excel

Why do you want to use a compressive strength conversion for a rebound hammer? It is not accurate for that. Use it only for consistency of the strength values...not for the actual values.

RE: Rebound Hammer Conversion in Excel

Ron. I understand that the accuracy of the compressive strength is limited with this test. This test was used to check uniformity across a slab. I was just using the average to show the estimated psi average. I was looking for an excel program to put the numbers into rather than converting everything from the table on the side of the rebound hammer.

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