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    Robert Spragg commented  · 

    Great question, you are correct most concrete pavements can open to traffic in as little as 2-3 days. However, I think to accomplish the secondary objective (being able to inform realtime curing operations), assessment would need to happen even before construction traffic. In as little as 10 minutes after placement.

    However, to accomplish the primary objective of being able to be used to quantify moisture loss to the environment due to less-than-ideal curing practices, mounting on a construction vehicle or a conventional passenger vehicle would be sufficient.

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    Robert Spragg commented  · 

    This is an interesting concept, and it could work. The primariy intent is for a solution to quantify and correctly identify if a concrete lost water to the environment due to less-than-ideal curing operations. A secondary need was for the solution to provide realtime feedback to inform curing operations, which which happen before the application of traffic.

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    Robert Spragg commented  · 

    The proposed solution should provide a quantifable way to assess the curing quality and that it was applied at the appropriate time and for sufficient duration. We believe this is most directly accomplished with the use of a device or a system of devices, but a model could be potential solution.

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