Slag aggregate wet mix shotcrete

by Jason Wayne Tonelli

Publisher: Laurentian University, School of Engineering in Sudbury, Ont

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Concrete is a construction material that consists of cement (commonly Portland cement) as well as other cementitious materials such as fly ash and slag cement, aggregate (generally a coarse aggregate such as gravel limestone or granite, plus a fine aggregate such as sand or manufactured sand and water) and chemical admixtures.. Concrete solidifies and hardens after mixing and placement due to. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Shotcrete for Underground Support, held in Whistler, British Columbia, September , The collection contains 31 papers that cover subjects ranging from a review of the latest guides, standards, specifications, and test methods for shotcrete for underground support to case history. The difference is when water is added to the material. In a wet-mix application, all materials - including cement, aggregate, ad-mixture and water - are mixed together before being pumped through a hose and pneumatically projected. Typically, a concrete truck supplies the wet-mix and it is pumped through a shotcrete rig for placement. Dry-mix process shotcrete introduces and mixes the required water at the application nozzle as the dry cementitious materials (fly ash, slag, silica fume etc.) and aggregates are delivered through the “gun” The nozzleman controls mix consistency, adjusting water addition to .

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The dry-mix process. It is now also applied to the wet-mix process and has gained widespread acceptance in the United States and around the world. In the s, wet-mix shotcrete, the use of coarse aggre-gate in both processes, the rotary gun for dry-mix shotcrete, and more efficient concrete pumps for wet-mix shotcrete were introduced.

24, articles and books. Periodicals Literature. Predicting pumpability and shootability of crushed aggregate wet-mix shotcrete based on rheological properties. Link/Page Citation Ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBFS) with a density of g/[3], a specific surface area of 4, [2]/g, an activity index at   Journals & Books; Help Download PDF Corrected Proof What are Corrected Proof articles.

Partial replacement of fine aggregate by steel slag and coarse aggregate by walnut shell in concrete. Author links open overlay panel Slag aggregate wet mix shotcrete book W. Cheng G. Liu L. Chen Pet Fiber Reinforced Wet-Mix Shotcrete with Walnut Shell as Replaced Aggregate Applied Author: B.

Venkatesan, V.J. Lijina, V. Kannan, P.R. Dhevasenaa. This study found wet-mix shotcrete incorporating PET fiber with walnut shell of about 35% coarse aggregate replacement could be used for roadway support as lightweight shotcrete per requirements.

The water-cement ratio for wet shotcrete normally falls within a range of to for wet- mix shotcrete. Dry mix design shall only include water content enough for the hydration processAuthor: Anwar Khitab. Final Research Report Agreement T, Task 9 WA-RD BEST PRACTICES OF USING SHOTCRETE FOR WALL FASCIA AND SLOPE STABILIZATION (Phase I Study).

Produce shotcrete by either the dry-mix or 37 wet-mix process composed of Portland cement, fine and/or coarse aggregates, water and at the 38 Contractor’s option, pozzolans. Include chemical admixtures as required or needed for 39 shotcrete produced by the wet-mix process.

Ground granulated blast furnace slag, fly ash or. The wet-mix and dry-mix shotcrete mix designs used are shown in Tables 1 and 2 below. These silica fume shotcrete mix designs are typical of those being utilized in rock slope stabilization and tunneling projects in the United States and Canada.

The cement was a Portland Type I, with aggregates meeting the requirements of the ACI Standard. Besides the fines in the aggregate, the total fine material of the shotcrete mix includes binder content, consisting of: Cement; Additives (fly ash, silica fume, etc) The recommended fines content of the mixture lies between and kg/m3, thus if there is a lack of fines in the aggregate, it should be compensated with binder content.

Mix Design Hints for Shotcrete. By Concrete Construction Staff. Download the PDF version of this article. ( kB) Shotcrete is both a material and a method. The material is concrete, mortar or grout. The method is the application of this material by pneumatic pressure through a specially adapted hose.

There are two basic types of shotcrete: in one, the materials are combined in a central. Shotcrete is an “all-encompassing” term used to describe pneumatically projected concrete or mortar using either the dry-mix process or the wet-mix process.

“Gunite,” an old term, refers only to the dry-mix process. In the dry-process (Fig. ), bone dry cementitious mixture is blown to the nozzle through a hose where water is added by the nozzleman.

materials, for the wet-mix shotcrete method according to ASTM C A non-chloride accelerator may be used according to the shotcrete manufacturer’s recommendations. The shotcrete shall be Type FA or CA, Grade FR, and Class I.

The fibers shall be Type III synthetic according to ASTM C Shotcrete and Concrete Repairs since 3 During these years, this Industrial Chair has worked on various applied research projects covering a wide variety of dry-and wet-mix shotcrete topics such as durability of shotcrete, fundamentals of shotcrete, shotcrete rheology (rebound buildup, aggregate gradation, and reinforcing bar.

1 ACI Concrete Terminology A/F ratio — the molar or mass ratio of aluminum oxide (Al 2O 3) to iron oxide (Fe 2O 3), as in portland cement. Abrams’ law — a rule stating that, with given concrete materials and conditions of test, the ratio of the amount of water to the amount of the cement in the mixture.

Aggregate size is also important, keeping in mind the smaller the size, the greater the surface area that needs to be encapsulated by the cement paste. For the dry-mix process ACI recommends (gradation 1) aggregates no larger than 1/4 inch, for wet-mix (gradation 2).

The shotcrete shall be composed of water, cementitious materials, sand, coarse aggregate, steel fibres (if specified), and admixtures, and shall be placed by either the dry-mix or wet-mix process as specified.

Wet-Mixed Spraying Wet process shotcrete by definition involves the pumping of plastic, ready mixed concrete, containing coarse. The two basic methods for applying shotcrete are the dry-mix process and the wet-mix process. The term gunite is frequently used when referring to the dry-mix method; other terms such as air-placed concrete, gunned concrete and sprayed concrete have also been used in.

Slag cement is often referred to as “ground granulated blast-furnace slag” (GGBFS). As requested in by slag cement manufacturers and the Slag Cement Association, the American Concrete Institute officially reviewed and changed the terminology from GGBFS to slag cement (ACI Committee).

A range of wet shotcrete designed to suit a particular consistency, strength and durability. Wet shotcrete with a NMSA 10 mm aggregate propelled pneumatically against formwork or an existing concrete surface. Used for both new constructions such as.

For wet-mix shotcrete, the concrete materials are mixed with water prior to the delivery equipment, and then conveyed through a hose by positive displacement to the nozzle where compressed air is introduced as the mix is applied. An advantage with the wet-mix process is the ability to better control proportions of the cement, aggregate, and water to maintain mix consistency.

Slag cement is commonly found in ready-mixed concrete, precast concrete, masonry, soil cement and high temperature resistant building products. While there are many applications and benefits of slag cement, a few are highlighted below and detailed information sheets are located here.

Wet-mix shotcrete is shotcrete in which all the ingredients, including water, are mixed before introduction into the delivery hose; compressed air is introduced to the material flow at the nozzle. Compared to dry-mix, wet-mix shotcrete gives better assurance that the mixing water is thoroughly mixed with other ingredients.

The paragraph titled. The durability of shotcrete can often be improved with slag. Aggregates. The aggregates (stone particles) form the framework of the shotcrete matrix.

Approximately 75% of the volume consists of the sand and gravel components. The geological composition of the aggregate has a huge influence on the workability and hardened concrete properties. wet mix shotcrete Modified OPC + slag (lower replacement level) OPC + slag (higher replacement level) Frost the workability and finish of the shotcrete.

The maximum aggregate particle size depends on the layer thickness and the surface finish required for the shotcrete. Flowable concrete with strength. Available as 20, 25, 32, & 40MPa; 20mm or 10mm aggregate size at mm slump. All purpose workable concrete for residential and commercial applications where a higher slump and/or tremie placement is required e.g.

piers, columns, moulding shapes, and below water. SHOTCRETE DSF: A wet-mix shotcrete. Predicting Pumpability and Shootability of Crushed Aggregate Wet-Mix Shotcrete Based on Rheological Properties is study aims to estimate the pumpability and shootability of wet-mix shotcrete (WMS) made with crushed aggregates and various admixtures such as silica fume, y ash, ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBFS), metakaolin, and steel.

Obviously, you can get special aggregates – such as slag – to get even stronger mixes. The angular shapes of the aggregate may also add to the strength of the final mix (caveat: crushed stone has latent fractures). We prefer to use natural river rock and sand for shotcrete.

The best concrete has the most even gradation of its aggregate. The accelerator for the wet-mix process shall be added to the shotcrete mixture in such a way that the quantity can be properly regulated and the material uniformly dispersed throughout the shotcrete when it is applied.

Shotcrete, regardless of application methods shall comply with the. This is for a seven sack mix used for Shotcrete for maximum strength utilizing Kel-crete as and admixture. This Mix Design is for 3/10’s of a cubic yard – using two sacks of cement. It is formulated especially for the Monolithic Portable Concrete Mixer.

In concrete technology, the term “particle” is used for fine aggregate, the coarse aggregate(s), and the fibers (if any) and the term “paste” is used for Water, cement, other cementitious materials, and is the paste phase that lubricates the particles.

To make concrete or shotcrete, not only must all the space (voids) between the particles be filled with cement paste, but some. Book Guide To Shotcrete Aci r 05 Uploaded By Ken Follett, r 1 guide to shotcrete reported by aci committee aci r 05 this guide provides information on materials and properties of both dry mix and wet mix shotcrete most facets of the shotcrete process are covered including application procedures equipment requirements.

Predampening In the dry-mix process, adding water to the aggregate before mixing to bring its moisture content to a specified amount, usually 3 to 6%.† Pump Wet-mix delivery equipment.† Pump operator Craftsman on wet-mix shotcreting crew who operates the shotcrete pump.†.

SHOTCRETE VS GUNITE • Shotcrete is an all-inclusive term that describes spraying concrete or mortar with either a dry or wet mix process. • Mistakes in application are usually far less critical than with dry gunning in Monolithic Dome construction • Rebound, or the waste created by sprayed concrete falling to the floor, is usually half as.