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Researchers have developed micron-sized calcium silicate spheres that could increase concrete's strength and reduce its environmental footprint.
The four most efficient methods to repair active cracks in concrete are presented below.
When it comes to student accommodation facilities, precast concrete buildings can be a beneficial option.
Scientists have found a way to turn weakness into strength
Researchers have developed a sheet of nickel with nanoscale pores that has the strength of titanium but is 4-5 times lighter.
According to British and French scientists, cob, an ancient building material, can be re-produced with current standards in order to be utilized for structural facilities.
Natural materials such as bamboo can be utilized to construct fire-resistant and safe buildings.
Scientists from the University of Hong Kong and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have managed to create a steel product that presents high strength, cracking resistance and ductility.
Researchers have developed a new technique to construct a building using a 3-D printer and soil material.
A material that exists on Earth but is not used in the construction industry can be utilized for future construction projects on Mars.
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