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Did you know that the first commercial 3D printer was invented in 1984, more than 30 years ago? Read more about 3D printing and concrete technology here.

 
 
 
IN-HOUSE TALKS AND STATEMENTS
 

Materials and Structures


Volume 52, Issue 6, November 2019


In this issue (6 articles)


 


1. Johannes Büchner, Michael P. Wistuba, Torsten Remmler, Di Wang, "On low temperature binder testing using DSR 4 mm geometry"


2. J. Maia, Nuno M. M. Ramos, R. Veiga, "Assessment of test methods for the durability of thermal mortars exposure to freezing"


3. Xiaohao Sun, Linchang Miao, Chengcheng Wang, "Glucose addition improves the bio-remediation efficiency for crack repair"


4. Reine Karam, David Bulteel, Thomas Wattez, Dimitri Deneele, "Effect of marine sediments incorporation on the behaviour of alkali-activated GGBFS"


5. Mohammed Farooq, Nemkumar Banthia, "FRP fibre-cementitious matrix interfacial bond under time-dependent loading"


6. Haitao Zhao, Kaidi Jiang, Yunfei Di, Wen Xu, Wei Li, Qian Tian, Jiaping Liu, "Effects of curing temperature and superabsorbent polymers on hydration of early-age cement paste containing a CaO-based expansive additive"

 
 
 
OUTSOURCED BUSINESS AND STORIES
 

The exterior of the first mountain of trees populating a sprawling, mixed-use facility made for Shanghai’s Suzhou Creek, has been unveiled to the public, revealing an undulating frontage punctuated by an array of plants atop structural concrete columns.


 



The project’s official name is 1,000 Tree, and it has been under construction for the past five years. Read more here!


 
 
 
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