I'll appreciate the information. Be sure to note that the situation I'm describing is one in which I'm using the correct amount of uncompromised cement for the desired mix, but adding some arbitrary amount of compromised (hydrated) cement which has been mechanically re-pulverized. Billy NY's comment that the least worst case scenario would be that the additional cement would act as added aggregate, thus requiring recomputation and increased amounts of the other ingredients may come close to being the final answer. In that case, I'd be doing exactly the thing I don't want to be doing: spending time or effort to make the situation worse. Naturally, I wouldn't even want to be doing something that provided no benefit, but that would be easier to accept than finding out that I'm doing something extra which ends up hurting the outcome.
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