FDB

Two new checklists in the code of practice collection

The Association of German Precast Construction (FDB - Fachvereinigung Deutscher Betonfertigteilbau e.V.) expands their code of practice collection by two new codes of practice:

The FDB Code of Practice No. 11 “Checklist about prestressing with immediate bonding of precast concrete elements” contains all relevant information for structural engineers and designers for the planning process as well as the design of precast concrete elements which are prestressed with immediate bonding.

Prestressed concrete components provide fundamental advantages in comparison to components which are not...

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