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Re: DIN 1045 Cube Strength

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Thirt years ago, when I was studying a course on
concrete technology, the text books indicated that the
cylinder strength is about 80% of the cube strength. I
don't know if that correlation is valid anymore. Also,
I do not remember the sizes of the test cube and the
test cylinder.

Rajendran

--- Paul Blomberg <blomberg_az(--nospam--at)yahoo.com> wrote:
> I'm doing some sanity checks on climbing formwork
> and
> only have the European permissible anchor load chart
> for the formwork/scaffold connection to the
> concrete. 
> The chart references f(sub)c as the cube strength
> Beta(sub)w according to DIN 1045.
> 
> Could someone in this group tell me if this value
> corresponds to the f'(sub)c ultimate compressive
> concrete strength we normally use in the states?
> 
> Appreciate the help!
> 
> Paul.
> Phoenix, AZ
> 
> 
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