Researcher Tests Fly Ash for Stronger Concrete
Researcher studies how to make concrete without portland cement.
Professor: Concrete Substitute has Advantages
Material is lighter, stronger, and less expensive to produce than concrete.
VIDEO: CEMEX USA Technical Center — a Hub for Innovation
The lab has more than 10,000 square feet of space for testing, analysis and...
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Here's your Guide to Mineral Admixtures
If you work with mineral admixtures for concrete, you should consider this new book .
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PCA's New Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures
For more than 90 years, Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures, EB001.16 has been...
3D Concrete Innovator
Alexander LaRoux wants to introduce adept printing to concrete construction and...
Aggregate Gradation Matters
How we buy and sell aggregate is quite different, and it can lead to trouble. Most specifications require coarse and fine aggregate to conform to the requirements, including the gradation, of ASTM C33.