monolithic concrete

monolithic concrete

Reinforced concrete cast with no joints other than construction joints.
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9 m in monolithic concrete construction c35 / 45 incl.
But Karp is at equal times, the most loved and loathed architect in Estonia, and ask any resident of Tallinn their opinion of Linnahall's monolithic concrete and limestone structures, and one will be exposed to a stream of expletives calling for its demolition, or a frenzy of exaltations, that Linnahall, Tallinn's phoenix must again arise to new life.
In case of visible surfaces of a monolithic concrete structure or precast concrete element, there can be required specific, predefined feature of the surface [13].
The prestressed concrete panels together with the cast-in-place portions are designed to act compositely with the prestressed girders and behave similarly to a monolithic concrete deck.
The inspection revealed significant and widespread deterioration, hydrogen sulfide attack and loss of ground through cracks in the monolithic concrete sewer liner.
By physically integrating all interior and exterior building components and their associated functions of structure, enclosure, and infrastructure within a single, monolithic concrete cast, all aspects of assembly were eliminated.
As my daughter and I slowly made our way around this unfamiliar hospital, the cold, monolithic concrete with steel doors and reinforced windows made me feel incarcerated.
The bearing structures of the generator building perform as a monolithic concrete frame the columns of which are made of concrete mark M110 (10.
Fifty or so monolithic concrete wedges stood to attention.
Monolitiniu betoniniu grindu irengimo ypatumai naudojant plausini armavima [Peculiarities of installation monolithic concrete floors using fiber reinforcement], is Pazangioji statyba.
From monolithic concrete structures such as motorway bridges and power stations, to the more prosaic breeze block, raw concrete and cement are left unfinished or polished to a shine.
The percentage of condition transitions grouped according to wearing surface type is 36 percent for decks with bituminous (asphalt) surfaces, 31 percent for monolithic concrete (cast at the same time as the bridge deck by adding extra concrete thickness), and 33 percent for other types, including (low-slump concrete, wood, and gravel).