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  • Article - 28 Jan 2022
    Manufacturers require non-destructive testing (NDT) to analyze the qualities of a material, component, structure, or system for distinctive variations, welding faults, and discontinuity without...
  • Article - 28 Jan 2022
    The construction industry is experiencing poor profit margins and falling orders, and there is a dire need to improve its productivity. Research in the journal Buildings takes a look at modular...
  • 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 - 21 Jan 2022
    Prefabricated construction has become increasingly popular in recent years. This article will consider this construction method, what advantages and disadvantages it has over other ways to build...
  • Article - 18 Jan 2022
    Non-destructive testing (NDT) can be defined as the science of testing the mechanical and physical properties or the defects of a piece of material or structure, without having to damage or alter the...
  • Article - 12 Jan 2022
    This article provides a review of a study on the use of coal bottom ash with silica fume as an alternative for fine aggregate material in concrete. The researchers published their review in the...
  • Article - 12 Jan 2022
    This article reviews a study on the carbon emissions produced by modular construction methods versus those using traditional reinforced concrete. The researchers, writing in the journal Buildings,...
  • Article - 7 Jan 2022
    Today, architects are returning to communal living models which promote personal connections, sustainability, and – say proponents – the good life.
  • 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 - 16 Dec 2021
    Slate is formed when high pressures are exerted on a sedimentary rock like shale. It is a dark, fine-grained stone made up of thin, sedimentary layers that allow it to be split into thin slabs, often...
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