Hagerbach Test Gallery

Reinforcing Shotcrete – but with what?

The VersuchsStollen Hagerbach (Hagerbach Test Gallery) AG staged a deminar (combination of demonstration and seminar) in its test gallery at Flums-Hochwiese/Switzerland in March. It was chaired by Dipl.-Ing. Volker Wetzig and focused on shotcrete. After principles relating to dimensioning and the application of reinforcing concepts experts passed on their findings in conjunction with calculations and application backed up by practical demonstrations.

Reinforcements for the

Bearing System Shotcrete

The demands on reinforcements for the bearing system shotcrete were described with relation to the...

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