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Rheological measurements on construction materials

Since 1992, the professional world has been meeting every year in Regensburg (Germany) to discuss research results and experience from practice on the topic of construction materials rheometry. What began as a small discussion round has evolved into an international event.

Self-compacting concrete (SCC) and Ultra-High Performance Concrete (UHPC) has brought construction materials rheometry even more into the center of interest of research and industry. A targeted design of modern special and high-performance mortars and concrete is nearly impossible to achieve without rheometric measurements.

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