Kyle A. Riding, Jan Voshalik, Dimitri Feys, Travis Malone, Will Lindquist
air voids, best practices, properties of materials, Pumped concrete, rheological properties
Pumping is one of the major placement techniques used in the concrete industry to deliver concrete from the mixing truck to the formwork. Although concrete pumping has been used to place concrete since the 1960s, there is still a lack of exact knowledge supported by research evidence as to what affects concrete pumpability and how pumping changes concrete properties.