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Concrete maturity testing

Saving Money with Wireless Maturity Sensors

The concrete strength is a critical parameter as various operations such as formwork removal and application of load depend on it. The strength measurement through conventional break test is not efficient for in situ monitoring. Learn why concrete maturity using wireless sensors can save significant QC cost in civil engineering projects.

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Breaking Records Left and Right at Bauma 2019

Once every three years, bauma, the world’s leading trade fair for construction machinery, building materials, mining machines, construction vehicles, concrete testing, and more, takes place….

relative humidity in concrete

Understanding Relative Humidity in Concrete

During the construction of a concrete building, an essential step in the application of flooring is the importance of monitoring the relative humidity (RH), moisture…

Texture Crack Concrete

Creep of Concrete Under the Nanoscope

Understanding the Underlying Mechanisms of Creep in ConcreteConcrete is one of the main materials utilized in civil engineering construction in the modern age with an…

IoT for construction of concrete homes

IoT is Revolutionizing the Concrete Industry

When it comes to Smart Construction and Intelligent Building Operation, the Internet of Things (IoT) is a powerhouse that has revolutionized many aspects of the…

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