Overvibration | Article about overvibration by The Free Dictionary
Excessive use of vibrators during placement of freshly mixed concrete, causing segregation and excessive bleeding.
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Undervibration of concrete tends to cause an increase in cracking, while overvibration
has little effect .
These internal vibrators may cause overvibration
of the stiff concrete if the vibration frequency is set incorrectly or the paving machine moves too slowly.
The overall concrete quality is improved, as problems associated with vibration are eliminated, including undervibration, overvibration
, and damage to the air void structure.