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1

How can density of a slurry be lowered?

By adding lightweight material
and adding water and extenders

2

What is bulk volume?

Total volume of material and void space

3

what is the weight of one gallon of water?

8.33 lbm

4

what is the water requirement?

The amount of water needed to hydrate the dry cement and additives to create a pumpable liquid

5

How can density of a slurry be increased?

By using heavier material and using less water with dispersant.

6

How is slurry yield expressed?

ft3/sk

7

what is the slurry density?

the ratio of the liquid slurry weight by its own volume

8

what is absolute volume of a material?

Total volume of material

9

what is the slurry yield?

The ratio of the volume of slurry produced to an equivalent sack when cement and additives are mixed with water?

10

Name the slurry calculations

Yield, Density, and water requirement.

11

How is slurry density measured?

lbm/gal

12

what is the cubic foot conversion to gals?

7.48 gal/ft3

13

what is the absolute volume of One cubic foot of cement class G?

3.59 gals

14

what is the weight of a sack of cement?

94 lbm