Building materials rheometry

“Rheological measurements on building materials”, 19th colloquium at the Regensburg AdvancedTechnical College from 10th to 11th March 2010

Experts will meet in Regensburg at the Regensburg Advanced Technical College on 10.–11.03.2010 already for the nineteenth time to discuss research results and practical experience as regards the building materials rheometry on occasion of the colloquium “Rheological measurements on building materials”. What began as a small discussion group in 1992, in the meantime has developed into an international event. With the building ma­terials self-compacting concrete and ultra-high-strength concrete, the building material rheometry has moved even more into the centre stage of the interest of research and industry. ­Target-oriented designs of modern special and high-performance mortars and concretes without rheometric measurements is almost impossible. The colloquium lives on the commitment of the participants and lecturers. Anyone who wants to take part with a lecture or poster should contact the company ­Schleibinger Geräte as organizer. No admission fee will be charged.  

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