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Green INSTRUCT project was disseminated broadly to the audience of the 2nd International RILEM workshop and Digital Fabrication of Cement-based Materials, which has hosted at the premised of Brunel University on Friday 9 June 2017.

Digital fabrication of cementitious materials, which includes extrusion and 3D printing, has been a recent focus in civil engineering, chemistry, electro-mechanics and other subjects due to its versatility and continuous manufacturing capability. Particularly, 3D printed concrete is a new branch of digital fabrication, having become a newly developing branch of construction and an abundant source of technology innovations. With surging interest in Digital Fabrication with cementitious materials, UBRUN was given the pleasure to host the 2nd International RILEM Workshop on Rheology and Digital Fabrication of Cement-based Materials.

With the display of a large banner and distribution of flyers, this opportunity was advantageously used to promote the activities of the Green INSTRUCT Project and relevant research on extrusion.

The Green INSTRUCT project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 723825.

 

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Green INSTRUCT promoted during the 2nd International RILEM Workshop on Rheology and Digital Fabrication of Cement-based Materials, 09/06/2017, Brunel University, UK