Schleibinger

26th Colloquium for “Rheological measurements
on construction materials”

The Schleibinger Colloquium “Rheological measurements on construction materials” in February 2017 in the German city of Regensburg is a highlight for all those who deal with the workability of concrete and mortar. Specialists and interested construction material rheologists from all over the world have met in this mediaeval city on the Danube for over a quarter of a century. The first day of the event, with lectures and discussions, will focus on theory, and the second day will be devoted to practical application in a laboratory workshop.

Lectures 20 to 40 minutes in length will discuss current...

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