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close this bookFCR: Fibre Concrete Roofing (SKAT, 1987, 185 p.)
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View the document10 Key questions
Open this folder and view contents1. Limits of application and acceptance
Open this folder and view contents2. Producer organization
Open this folder and view contents3. Technical rationale
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How to read this report

For the executive

If you have only 15 minutes to get an idea of what Fibre Concrete Roofing is and how it can be implemented, you just read the

- executive summary
- 10 key questions.

For decision makers and potential users

You may read

- the “conclusions” of each chapter
- the “10 key questions”.

To get a more detailed idea of the different aspects of Fibre Concrete Roofing you may also read the bold printed words of the “evaluation of experiences” of each chapter.

For the practitioner and technician

You may read

- the “conclusions”
- the “evaluation of experiences”
- the “comments” of the chapters you are interested in.

For easy understanding you may just read the bold printed words.