Modulare Bausysteme aus Textilbeton-Sandwichelementen

  • Lightweight sandwich-panels made of textile-reinforced-concrete for modular building systems

Schneider, Hartwig N.; Schätzke, Christian; Feger, Christiane; Horstmann, Michael; Pak, Daniel

Dresden : TU (2009)
Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceeding

In: Textilbeton - Theorie und Praxis : Tagungsband zum 4. Kolloquium zu textilbewehrten Tragwerken (CTRS4) und zur 1. Anwendertagung ; Dresden, 3.6.2009 - 5.6.2009 / [Technische Universität Dresden, Sonderforschungsbereich 528; Deutsches Zentrum Textilbeton.] Hrsg. von Manfred Curbach ...
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Sandwich panels in which textile-reinforced concrete layers and a rigid foam core are joined into a single structural unit offer a large performance profile ranging from self-supporting façades to structural wall, roof or floor elements. In spite of the low thickness of only 18-20 cm the elements have a good performance in terms of load bearing, thermal and acoustic insulation. In order to verify the applicability of structural composite elements, a small demonstration building called TexModul was developed on the basis of these components by the interdisciplinary research center SFB 532 – Textilbewehrter Beton at RWTH Aachen University. Numerous aspects concerning architectural design, load bearing behavior, building physics, element joining, production techniques and assembling have been investigated. In collaboration with a local precast concrete plant the building components were produced and assembled.