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BubbleDeck is the patented integration technique of linking air, steel, and concrete in a two-way structural slab. Hollow plastic balls are inserted into the slab and held in place by reinforcing steel. The end result eliminates the use of concrete that has little carrying effect while maintaining the two-way span biaxial strength. Regardless of project size, shape or complexity; simply shore, place, and pour to quickly install concrete decks.

As a result, major projects around the world have chosen the BubbleDeck technology as the low-risk way to build large and complex projects. The BubbleDeck system offers a wide range of advantages in building design and during construction.

There are a number of green attributes including; reduction in total construction materials, use of recycled materials, lower energy consumption and reduced CO 2 emissions, less transportation and crane lifts that make BubbleDeck more environmentally friendly than other concrete construction techniques. Friday June 5, Build More With Less BubbleDeck is the patented integration technique of linking air, steel, and concrete in a two-way structural slab.

The total construction time for the structure was reduced and allowed the consultants to fast track the design without the interior design finalized. The total time from design inception to completion of structure was less than 12 months.

The contractor was able to set over 60,ft 2 in a month and allowed the concrete structure to be complete before the start of fall classes. Click here to read the Building and Construction Canada article.

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Voided biaxial slab

ABSTRACT: As the infrastructure is developing there is need for some changes in the construction field, as one cannot rely on the same method for a long time as it can have different consequences. The main consequence is the shortage of material and manpower. Also, money matters a lot in construction department along with it the machines, equipment and technology in some region is not at a level, which we want. Hence in order to satisfy these results Bubble deck slab is one of the most effective slab techniques to replace conventional slab in terms of money and materials. Also, it requires less time to construct as compared to conventional slab. Bubble Deck is based on a new patented technique- the direct way of linking air and steel. Combination of this with a flat slab construction approach spanning in two directions — the slab is connected directly to insitu concrete columns without any beams -produces a wide range of cost and construction benefits including

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Understanding the Concept of Bubble Deck

Voided biaxial slabs , sometimes called biaxial slabs , are a type of reinforced concrete slab which incorporates air-filled voids to reduce the volume of concrete required. These voids enable cheaper construction and less environmental impact. Concrete has numerous applications in building construction, but its use for horizontal slabs is limited by its relatively high density which reduces the maximum span. This allows greater support in both horizontal directions in order to transfer weight to a vertical member. The general concept of voided biaxial slabs relies on voids created within the concrete at the time of casting. This creates an internal array of hollow boxes in the slab, which acts as grid of horizontal supports for the flat surface on top. Another advantage is the reduction in weight, achieved by removing mass which does not directly transfer weight to a vertical member.

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'BubbleDeck' Technology at Harvey Mudd College / MATT Construction

BubbleDeck is the patented integration technique of linking air, steel, and concrete in a two-way structural slab. Hollow plastic balls are inserted into the slab and held in place by reinforcing steel. The end result eliminates the use of concrete that has little carrying effect while maintaining the two-way span biaxial strength. Regardless of project size, shape or complexity; simply shore, place, and pour to quickly install concrete decks. As a result, major projects around the world have chosen the BubbleDeck technology as the low-risk way to build large and complex projects. The BubbleDeck system offers a wide range of advantages in building design and during construction. There are a number of green attributes including; reduction in total construction materials, use of recycled materials, lower energy consumption and reduced CO 2 emissions, less transportation and crane lifts that make BubbleDeck more environmentally friendly than other concrete construction techniques.

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