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One of the most significant limitations of using self-consolidating concrete (SCC) in the United States concerns the apparent lack of established test standards to quantify its physical properties. In order for SCC to be accurately specified and to ensure quality, uniform standards must exist that can be accepted and used by all in the industry. Although there are many methods under development, it is important to appreciate that none of the test methods for SCC has been standardized yet.