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György Sámsondi Kiss:

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He never had the time to catalogue and publish the work he had done - he was always on to something new.

Many of the documents have been lost. What has remained is of great intellectual value. Let us quote a few examples.

A random sample of technologies and methods he offered for the city of Budapest in 1954, later used with great success:

Foundation-laying on heterogeneous terrain, with additional plates inserted to provide for the stress balance of grids perforated along their lower edges.

Lightweight reinforced concrete frame, where the reinforced concrete window and door frames also carry load.

Pretensioning apparatus using torsion.

Mass-producible perforated lightweight reinforced concrete beams.

Apparatus to produce vertical perforated reinforced concrete members and grids.

The production of sheathing from plaster, with vertically sliding glass plates, filling through intercommunicating tubes (paste rising from the bottom) and drop-down side panels.

Concrete tissue production with permanent or removable mould.

Concrete tissue production with vertically sliding U-frames filled with dehydrating filling.

Concrete tissue production with metal prisms removed from one side.

Lift slab concrete tissue floor, with Archimedean screw attached to U-shaped metal frame which substitutes for walls.

Large-cell grid floor slab made from rectangular plaster tissue plates.

Floor slab made from square-section hollow joists, with "frozen" shell, panels and spiral inserts.

Sanitary block in common floor slab basin.

Creating air ducts for floor heating during floor slab panel construction.

Frameless moving window sashes.

Mobile concrete tissue division walls.

Floor and wall made from vertically perforated ceramic modules, with overhanging reinforcement.

Concrete structures "frozen" by dehydration:
a) speeding up binding,
b) increasing the solidity of concrete,
c) decreasing shrinkage,
d) eliminating lateral stress.

Moulds for concrete structures "frozen" by dehydration:
a) final finish on both sides,
b) removable mould,
c) weatherproof exterior covering,
d) internal thermal insulation and air conditioning.

Curved concrete shell walls with vertical reinforcement and tissue floor slabs.

Constructing shell walls:
a) with section steel inner frame and adjustable retainer screws,
b) with mould made of glass on one side and dehydrating material on the other,
c) with built double mould,
d) tissue floor slab with fittings attached to perforation,
e) external "freezing" inner sliding shutters,
f) inner "freezing" tubes, external sliding mould.

Cover plate with two-way perforation.

Self-bearing reinforcement in floor slab.

Unidirectional beams, with tensioned panels.

Producing cabinet pillars with prefabricated horizontal brace plates and run-through tissue floor slabs.

Frameless tilt windows.

Glass covering attached to dehydrating mould.

Curtain wall shading, with sliding windows to regulate airflow.

Sunken access ways in floors, with the separation of surfaces requiring intensive cleaning.

And so forth up to item 206. Innovative ideas, most of which were realized, and many of whose point of departure became clear only recently.