Article - 5 Apr 2023
Reducing carbon dioxide emissions in sectors such as the cement industry is vital to mitigate the worst predicted effects of climate change. This article will discuss new research into alternative,...
Article - 28 Mar 2007
The purpose of the Worsley Joint Venture extension was to increase refinery capacity from 1.88mt/pa to 3.1mt/pa at minimal cost, within the shortest project duration.
Article - 15 May 2007
The purpose of this advisory note is to draw your attention to recent major changes within Australian Galvanizing Standards.
Article - 30 Mar 2022
AFm is abbreviated from ‘alumina, ferric oxide, monsulfate’. The AFm phase of Portland cement refers to a group of similar members of hydrated calcium aluminates that have a hydrocalumite-like...
Article - 31 Jul 2018
This article discusses how nanocoatings are used in the construction industry to protect materials and promote efficiency.
Article - 6 Jan 2009
This article investigates district heating and the technologies available for metering and pumping, including ultrasonic flowmeters and heat meters that are now widely used in the industrial and...
Article - 12 Apr 2023
The exceptional chemical and physical attributes of nanoscale materials offer exciting prospects for a diverse range of applications, including reinforcement of structural integrity, energy...
Article - 20 Oct 2021
An international team of materials scientists from universities in Italy and Spain recently developed new concrete materials with ultra-resistant properties and self-repairing or self-healing...
Article - 2 Jan 2013
Bricks are one of the oldest types of building materials and are inexpensive to manufacture, very durable, and require minimal maintenance.
Article - 24 Nov 2006
This article is a guide to the different types of cement.