Rheological Investigation of Building Materials

Rheological Investigation of Building Materials

The construction industry is confronted with a wide range of public and industrial projects in which different kinds of materials, from natural to synthetic, are in use. These materials are predominantly composites, such as cement, and concrete, and modified materials, such as fabrics, foams, plastics, and ceramics. All these materials contribute to the long-term stability, functionality, isolative properties and moisture control of a building materials.

Rheological measurements can be applied for these materials to control the quality, to improve the processingbehavior, and to optimize the long-term behavior of the end products.

Key Takeaways:
- Introduction to Rheology
- Rheological behavior of building materials
- Introduction to ball measuring system and building material cell
- Applications related to rheological study of cement, mortars, slurries, plasters, composite floors etc.
- Other materials and applications


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