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Once poured, SCC is usually similar to standard concrete in terms of its setting and curing time (gaining strength), and strength.
SCC does not use a high proportion of water to become fluid - in fact SCC may contain less water than standard concretes.
To consolidate multiple transponders on a single personal account, even if they are all owned by the same person, a customer should call the Sun Pass Customer Service Center.
When your benefits are consolidated, Cal STRS will determine the amount of service credit that can be added to your Defined Benefit account, and will apply the contributions and interest in your Cash Balance account toward the cost of covering your eligible Cash Balance service under the Defined Benefit Program.
In everyday terms, when poured, SCC is an extremely fluid mix with the following distinctive practical features - it flows very easily within and around the formwork, can flow through obstructions and around corners ("passing ability"), is close to self-levelling (although not actually self-levelling), does not require vibration or tamping after pouring, and follows the shape and surface texture of a mold (or form) very closely once set.
As a result, pouring SCC is also much less labor-intensive compared to standard concrete mixes.
Additionally some complex forms cannot easily be vibrated.
Consolidation of benefits is a process Cal STRS uses to merge benefit coverage for a person who has accrued benefits under both the Defined Benefit Program and the Cash Balance Benefit Program.