Flexible sandwich cross sections

Concrete floors for multifunctional use

Precast concrete elements need to be much more flexible today than in the past in order to meet the multi-faceted requirements of building users. New component designs are required in terms of dimensions as well as cross section. Even better use should be made of the full potential offered by precast concrete construction. In addition, there is an increasing demand for the components to be equipped with additional properties, thus turning them into multifunctional construction elements.

Where the double wall, in its time, was an important novel element, there was no such impulse in the area of...

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