Bulletin du ciment

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Volume 8-9 (1940-1941) 1
Issue 1 1
Article: Réservoirs en béton armé pour la conservation des pétroles et des huiles 1 Download as PDF
Issue 2 1
Article: Voies cyclables 1 Download as PDF
Issue 3 1
Article: Directives pour l'exécution des enduits 1 Download as PDF
Issue 4 1
Article: La prise et le durcissement du ciment 1 Download as PDF
Issue 5 1
Article: Le béton à la ferme 1 Download as PDF
Issue 6 1
Article: Essais de surcharge effectués sur la voûte en ciment de l'Exposition Nationale 1939 et sur le pont passant au-dessus de la rivière enchantée 1 Download as PDF
Issue 7 1
Article: Le béton dans la défense aérienne 1 Download as PDF
Issue 8 1
Article: Comment faire pour obtenir un bon béton? 1 Download as PDF
Issue 9 1
Article: Construction combinée béton-bois résistant au glissement longitudinal 1 Download as PDF
Issue 10 1
Article: Le béton dans l'économie rurale 1 Download as PDF
Issue 11 1
Article: Le crépi, parure de la maison 1 Download as PDF
Issue 12 1
Article: Efflorescences, suintements, traînées et croûtes calcaires, taches (changements de couleurs des surfaces, etc.) 1 Download as PDF
Issue 13 1
Article: Comment détermine-t-on la résistance du mortier et du béton? 1 Download as PDF
Issue 14 1
Article: Fissuration et retrait 1 Download as PDF
Issue 15 1
Article: L'Eternit comme matériau de remplacement 1 Download as PDF
Issue 16 1
Article: Le coffrage à béton 1 Download as PDF
Issue 17 1
Article: La densité apparente et le poids spécifique des matériaux de construction 1 Download as PDF
Issue 18 5
Article: Construction organiquement naturelle en béton armé 5 Download as PDF

The journal "Bulletin du ciment" was published between 1933 and 2001, with 6-12 issues per year in German (Cementbulletin), French (Bulletin du ciment) and Italian (Bolletino del cemento). Each issue dealt with specific topics relating to the use of mineral binders (cement and lime) and concrete, focusing on the properties and requirements of the constituents of concrete (cement, aggregates, admixtures, additives), as well as its manufacture, testing and durability. Architectural and engineering-related aspects of concrete construction have also been explored, as well as the maintenance and restoration of existing structures.

TFB AG is a financially and technically independent company with its headquarters in Wildegg (Aargau/Switzerland) and a branch in Crissier (Vaud/Switzerland). It provides consultancy and laboratory services, specialising in cement and concrete applications in building new constructions and in maintaining concrete, steel and reinforced concrete structures. In the same areas, TFB AG is also a recognised organiser of training and educational activities for a wide range of professional people (builders, engineering firms and architect's offices, construction companies, concrete manufacturers, etc.). Further details can be found on our website.


  • Dr. Veronika Klemm
  • TFB AG
  • Lindenstrasse 10
  • CH-5103 Wildegg
  • E-Mail: klemm@tfb.ch

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