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  • Article - 4 Feb 2022
    A new study in the journal Buildings considers how continuous glass fiber and resin are used to make glass fiber reinforced polymer (GFRP) bars. They are corrosion-resistant, have high tensile...
  • Article - 3 Feb 2022
    This article considers the prospect of building hydroponic farming systems at home, including the energy requirements and costs.
  • Article - 27 Jan 2022
    Concrete has gone through numerous changes over the last few decades despite its appearance looking almost the same. These changes include the production of environmentally friendly products of...
  • Article - 24 Dec 2021
    Earth-sheltered homes are an architectural concept that works with nature to push the boundaries of housing design. This article will look at this concept, providing an overview of the design’s...
  • Article - 3 Dec 2021
    The concept of sustainable construction can be simply defined as the ability to construct an affordable, healthy and comfortable building structure. The materials, processes, and maintenance during...
  • Article - 18 Nov 2021
    Most non-recyclable materials are hazardous, which means that they contain particles or substances that are destructive or harmful to the environment or human beings. Examples of hazardous waste...
  • Article - 10 Nov 2021
    Geotextiles are permeable synthetic textiles. They are generally produced from polypropylene polymers or polyester, and are primarily used in dams to increase soil stability while improving erosion...
  • Article - 2 Nov 2021
    AZoBuild talks to Carlo Ratti, of Carlo Ratti Associati, about the firm's ambitious plans to build the hydroponic Jian Mu Tower in Shenzhen.
  • Article - 17 Feb 2020
    LIBS is a high-energy, but minimally to non-destructive, analytical technique that takes operation principles from other emission spectroscopy methods.
  • Article - 12 Feb 2020
    Thermal power stations produce electricity through coal combustion, but the process also results in huge amounts of waste known as fly ash.

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