Applications made using ABS Plus Disposable Formworks, on the other hand, are used for backfills, but technically they are not a fill but a structural 'reinforced concrete raised floor'.
Concrete is filled into the disposable formworks which are placed on the existing floor so that they form a continuous structure of domes, connected to each other by arches resting on two columns per m2. Since the structure is continuous, there is no need for additional elements such as shear walls.
In our previous bulletin we tried to explain how and why this reinforced concrete structure has a very high load carrying capacity. To remember again, you can read it at this link: ABS #Stayhome Bulletin: How does this structure carry so much load with so little concrete?
ABS #Stayhome Bulletin: How does this structure carry so much load with so little concrete?