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The tremie concrete placement method uses a pipe, through which concrete is placed below water level.
The lower end of the pipe is kept immersed in fresh concrete so that the rising concrete from the bottom displaces the water without washing out the cement content.
- Nielsen, David, ed. (1991). [ISBN 0-87371-124-6 Practical handbook of ground-water [sic] monitoring] Check
|url=scheme (help). CRC Press LLC. p. 321. ISBN 0-87371-124-6. "In wells more than about 50 feet deep, granular bentonite may be mixed with water and conveyed through a tremie pipe from the surface directly to its intended depth in the annulus; pelletized bentonite is not effectively installed through tremie pipes."
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