Rock solid: Carbon-reinforced concrete from Augsburg

More strength thanks to specific carbon fibre alignment

Mortar with parallel aligned short carbon fibres. Inside picture: Schematic sketch of the nozzle technique for the alignment of carbon fibres in construction materials. Image: IfP/University of Augsburg

Nozzles instead of formwork and casting

Extremely tough and strong

Strength increased by 1340 %

Image 2: Measurement curves (three-point flexure) of normal concrete; mortar with aligned short carbon fibres, hard bone tissue, and beech wood demonstrate the comparatively low strength of normal concrete. Image: IfP/Universität Augsburg

Buildings without steel-reinforced concrete

Implementation by 3D printing

Multifunctional applications

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