"April 6, 2009 a major quake hit the historical town of L’Aquila and the territory of the Abruzzo region, in Italy. A large number of new edifices had to be rapidly built by the Italian Government to avoid people from staying too long in emergency camps outdoor. To save time in construction and to make casting easier, buildings foundations and solid flat slabs at the first floor have been made in SCC. In the time window of about 80 days a global amount of about 123000 m3 of SCC was produced and delivered in more than 187 different construction sites. In this paper quality control tests and statistical analysis of the results are discussed, focusing on reliability of concrete performances both in fresh and hard state. "

Comparing normal and self-compacting concrete in rapid construction after disaster

GALEOTA, Dante;GIAMMATTEO, Matteo Maurizio;GREGORI, AMEDEO;
2011

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"April 6, 2009 a major quake hit the historical town of L’Aquila and the territory of the Abruzzo region, in Italy. A large number of new edifices had to be rapidly built by the Italian Government to avoid people from staying too long in emergency camps outdoor. To save time in construction and to make casting easier, buildings foundations and solid flat slabs at the first floor have been made in SCC. In the time window of about 80 days a global amount of about 123000 m3 of SCC was produced and delivered in more than 187 different construction sites. In this paper quality control tests and statistical analysis of the results are discussed, focusing on reliability of concrete performances both in fresh and hard state. "
978-80-87158-29-6
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