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Concrete slump mainly refers to the plasticizing performance and pump ability of concrete. The factors that affect the concrete slump mainly include gradation change, water content, weighing deviation of the scale, and the amount of admixture, which are easily overlooked. Cement temperature, etc. Slump refers to the workability of concrete, specifically to ensure the normal progress of construction, including the water retention, fluidity and cohesion of concrete.