Advances in Materials Science and Engineering / 2016 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Predicting Pumpability and Shootability of Crushed Aggregate Wet-Mix Shotcrete Based on Rheological Properties

Table 1

Mixture proportions of WMS.

AdmixtureReplacement1 (%)Weight per unit volume (kg/m3)
SFFAGGBFSMKCWF/AC/A

SF004401801159480
5224181801153478
9.1404001801149476
15663741801142473

FA04004001801149476
1040443561801137471
2040883121801125466
30401322681801113461

GGBFS04004001801149476
1040443561801146475
2040883121801144474
30401322681801142473
40401762241801140472

MK04004001801149476
540223781801146475
1040443561801144474
1540663341801141473

Steel fiber02404001801149476
302404001801149476
402404001801149476
502404001801149476
602404001801149476

Notes. SF = silica fume; FA = fly ash; GGBFS = ground granulated blast furnace slag; MK = metakaolin; C = cement; W = water; F/A = fine aggregate; and C/A = coarse aggregate.
% by weight of total cementitious material content.
A given weight per unit volume (kg/m3) of steel fibers was added to mixtures.

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