Austrian Society for Construction Technology (ÖBV)

Austria: Guidelines relatedto concrete for inner linings

With new applications gaining more and more importance, the „Self-compacting Concrete (SCC)“ Guideline issued in 2002 was updated and transferred into a directive concerning manufacturing and testing of „self-compacting and easy compacting concrete (SCC and ECC)“ providing clear rules for awarding authorities, building contractors, clients and the material supply industry.

This edition takes a closer look at the determination of slump flow and the risk of blocking as well as the assessment of the sedimentation stability of SCC. In addition, the subject matter of easy compacting concretes (ECC),...

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