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Since its formation on 8 August 1967 by Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand, the organisation's membership has expanded to include Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam.Its principal aims include accelerating economic growth, social progress, and sociocultural evolution among its members, alongside the protection of regional stability and the provision of a mechanism for member countries to resolve differences peacefully.Self-consolidating concrete (SCC) must have the ability to flow under its own weight, to pass reinforcing bars or other obstacles without segregation, and not segregate during or after casting.The following ASTM standard test methods have been developed to address these fresh concrete properties.Among the existing test methods, slump flow test, using the traditional slump cone, is the most common testing method for flowability (or filling ability) and was standardized in September 2005 as ASTM C 1611.During the test, the final slump flow diameter and T50 (time needed for concrete to reach a spread diameter of 20 in. The U-Box, L-Box, and especially J-ring (ASTM C 1621) tests are used for the evaluation of passing ability.ASEAN covers a land area of 4.4 million square kilometres, 3% of the total land area of Earth.ASEAN territorial waters cover an area about three times larger than its land counterpart.

Symposiums and workshops on this topic were given by these organizations and several test methods on the flowability of SCC have been popularized since then.

The slump flow test allows a comparison of the lateral flow and filling potential of different SCC mixtures.

A common range of slump flow for SCC is 18 to 30 in. The slump flow test can be used in production to assess the consistency of SCC.

This test method shall not be used to assess the static segregation resistance of self-consolidating concrete containing lightweight aggregates or heavyweight aggregates without prior testing to establish a correlation.

This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use.