Thin-shell textile reinforced concrete floors for low-carbon buildings

Author: Will Hawkins

Date published

7 February 2022

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Thin-shell textile reinforced concrete floors for low-carbon buildings

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Will Hawkins

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The poster of the 2020 Coolest Concrete Award runner up, Will Hawkins.

In this research project, a novel vaulted concrete flooring system was developed which dramatically reduces material usage and embodied carbon. This work was carried out in partnership with University of Bath, University of Cambridge and UK FIRES.

 

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