RILEM BITS&BOBS ON T&T  
 
 
 
Editorial
 
 
RTL new paper, The OME, Curved Design
 
 
 
 
IN-HOUSE TALKS AND STATEMENTS
 

RTL new paper
 
RILEM Technical Letters has just published a discussion paper about the determination of the corrosion current density in chloride‐induced corrosion in reinforced concrete structures. This manuscript highlights the issue of underestimating the order of magnitude of corrosion current density with the existing procedures and also the importance of this parameter in the prediction of service life in RC structure. As always on RTL, it is an OPEN ACESS paper!

 
 
 
 
IN-HOUSE TALKS AND STATEMENTS
 

The OME
 
Newcastle University (RILEM corporate member) has built the OME, an experimental building where HBBE (The Hub for Biotechnology for the Built Environment) researchers can come together to collaborate, test and demonstrate their technologies at building scale. The OME provides a space to engage with external partners and the public, where research shapes into creating self-sustaining, regenerative, living buildings towards human and ecological health and wellbeing.

 
 
 
 
OUTSOURCED BUSINESS AND STORIES
 

Curved Design
 
The white concrete walls at Wormhole Library in China and the timber Click-on battens in Australia have probably the  most striking visual effect amongst the curved designed project list in this article!

 
 
 
 
upcoming rilem events
 


More