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Video: 3D Printed Cement‐Based Materials with Bioinspired Design

Todd Danielson on October 5, 2018 - in Buildings, Structural components, Video

Purdue University researchers have 3D-printed cement paste, a key ingredient of the concrete and mortar used to build various elements of infrastructure, that gets tougher under pressure like the shells of arthropods such as lobsters and beetles. The technique could eventually contribute to more resilient structures during natural disasters.

Full Story: bit.ly/3D-CementPaste

Featured Purdue Engineer: Reza Moini, PhD student, Lyles School of Civil Engineering Research

Paper: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/a…

Music: “Our Ego” by Broke For Free via freemusicarchive.org

Todd Danielson

About Todd Danielson

Todd Danielson has been in trade technology media for 20 years, now the editorial director for V1 Media and all of its publications: Informed Infrastructure, Earth Imaging Journal, Sensors & Systems, Asian Surveying & Mapping, and the video news portal GeoSpatial Stream.

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