Pope John Paul II State School of Higher Education in Biała Podlaska is looking for a business partner to carry out tests of the Internet application prototype to assess the conformity of concrete with the declared compressive strength class before launching the product on the market.
We offer free access to the Internet application which assesses the conformity of concrete compressive strength following the applicable methods in accordance with the PN-EN 2016+A1:2016-12 standard (method A, method B) and generates conformity assessment reports for the documentation of the Factory Production Control.
The application also facilitates conformity assessment according to an innovative criterion which follows an original method of assessing the characteristic strength of concrete based on the results collected in the assessment period. The conformity research procedure with the use of the new criterion has been positively verified and meets all the requirements for a rationally and correctly constructed research plan. It should be emphasised that the statistical methods previously known and applied did not allow this key concrete parameter of the characteristic strength to be assessed.
The innovativeness of the applied procedures is universal and allows for a rational control of the technological process of the production, which may bring positive economic outcomes. Access to the application lasts 12 months. Moreover, during the time when the application is used, we offer consultation on the control of the conformity with the originator and author of the innovative concept, Elżbieta Szczygielska, PhD, employed at Pope John Paul II State School of Higher Education in Biała Podlaska.
The application was designed and developed within the “Innovation Incubator +” project financed from the funds for science under the non-competition project “Support for research management and commercialisation of R&D results in research units and enterprises”, implemented under the Smart Growth Operational Programme 2014-2020 (Measure 4.4).