Innovative, unbounded prestressing

Precast floor slab made of carbon-reinforced concrete

As part of the C ³ research project on carbon-reinforced concrete, an unbounded prestressing system has been developed, in particular, taking the requirements of building construction into account (sub-project V4.2 prestressed carbon-reinforced concrete). The flexible system – post tensible, reusable, modular – is composed of a friction clamp anchoring and a CFRP laminate as tension member. With the collaboration of the C³ project V1.5 Recycling and reusability of carbon-reinforced concrete, two floor elements were implemented, which take the historical Möller Girder up by their shape followin...

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