Bulletin du ciment

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Volume 38-39 (1970-1971) 1
Issue 1 1
Article: Béton apparent isolant avec granulats légers 1 Download as PDF
Issue 2 1
Article: Injections au mortier de ciment 1 Download as PDF
Issue 3 1
Article: Carottes de petit diamètre 1 Download as PDF
Issue 4 1
Article: Le dosage en eau lors de la fabrication du béton 1 Download as PDF
Issue 5 1
Article: La résistance du béton à la traction 1 Download as PDF
Issue 6 1
Article: Le théâtre municipal de St-Gall 1 Download as PDF
Issue 7 1
Article: Béton à haute résistance 1 Download as PDF
Issue 8 1
Article: L'adhérence du béton au coffrage 1 Download as PDF
Issue 9 1
Article: Un bâtiment commercial à Vancouver 1 Download as PDF
Issue 10 1
Article: Analyse rapide du béton frais : méthode "Canard" du LFEM 1 Download as PDF
Issue 11 1
Article: Analyse rapide du béton frais : méthode "Canard" du LFEM 1 Download as PDF
Issue 12 1
Article: Béton apparent coloré et bouchardé 1 Download as PDF
Issue 13 1
Article: Bétonnage par temps froid 1 Download as PDF
Issue 14 1
Article: Une tente en béton 1 Download as PDF
Issue 15 1
Article: Surfaces de béton sèches et mouillées 1 Download as PDF
Issue 16 1
Article: Traitement ultérieur et cure du béton apparent 1 Download as PDF
Issue 17 1
Article: L'"Eglise du roc" à Helsinki 1 Download as PDF
Issue 18 1
Article: Variations de longueur du béton 1 Download as PDF
Issue 19 1
Article: Au sujet des ciments avec laitier 1 Download as PDF
Issue 20 1
Article: Se limiter à l'essentiel! 1 Download as PDF
Issue 21 1
Article: L'eau de gâchage du béton 1 Download as PDF
Issue 22 1
Article: La construction en béton est à la fois fixe et modifiable 1 Download as PDF
Issue 23 1
Article: Tuyaux filtrants en béton 1 Download as PDF
Issue 24 1
Article: L'école "Im Moos" à Rüschlikon 1 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.

Contact/Credits:

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

The issues of the journal are only available electronically.

Metadata information:

Title:Bulletin du ciment
Period:1933-2001

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