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Designer: Aron Losonczi The days of dull, grey concrete could be about to end. A Hungarian architect has combined the world’s most popular building material with optical fiber from Schott to create a new type of concrete that transmits light....

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How To Make Roman Concrete That Lasts More Than 2,000 Years…

Roman concrete was a material used in construction during the late Roman Republic until the fading of the Roman Empire. Roman concrete was based on a hydraulic-setting cement. Recently, it has been found that it materially differs in several ways from modern concrete which is based on Portland cement. Roman concrete is durable due to its incorporation of volcanic ash, which prevents cracks from spreading. Recent scientific breakthroughs examining Roman concrete are gathering media and…

How To Make Roman Concrete That Lasts More Than Years… – Eco Snippets

How To Make Roman Concrete

An Attempt at Reproducing Ancient Roman Concrete by using Limestone, Volcanic Ash and Aggregate. Please Hit The LIKE and SUBSCRIBE BUTTONS as well as the NOT...

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How To Make Homemade Survival Cement | Survival Life

Homemade survival cement is easy to make and can be used for building various structures in almost any environment. Learn how to use it here!

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This is a close up of a kitchen counter! This counter is made from fossil laden stone and is so cool and unique while also being lovely.

Glasscrete

Check out the beautiful countertops and furniture at Glasscrete Studios. If their work doesn’t get you excited then I don’t know what will. Their image gallery is just plain stunning. I’m posting t…

Roman concrete made with volcanic materials gets stronger as it ages, making it ideal for building structures to ward off the effects of rising sea levels.

How seawater strengthens Roman concrete

The ancient Romans had a recipe for concrete that won't corrode in seawater. Scientists are trying to figure it out. Learn more at https://unews.utah.edu/rom...

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Researchers Discover Key to Super-Durable Ancient Roman Concrete

Researchers discover a concrete formula devised by the Romans that uses considerably less lime and energy to produce

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Roman Seawater Concrete Holds the Secret to Cutting Carbon Emissions Berkeley Lab scientists and their colleagues have discovered the properties that made ancient Roman concrete sustainable and durable

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In search of the secret to Ancient Roman construction.

Roman Geopolymer Concrete Recipe

Roman Geopolymer Concrete Recipe

Roman Geopolymer Concrete Recipe: This recipe was originally released on /r/Floathouse. Many thanks to Michael Eliot and Andy Thomas for releasing it. Now, on to the instructable!What is Geopolymer Concrete?The term 'geopolymer' can be confusing because when we hear the word we are …

Roman Concrete

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Researchers discover secret recipe of Roman concrete that allowed it to endure for over 2,000 years

Ancient Rome’s concrete recipe is an impressive feat in architectural history.

Roman concrete was a lot greener than the stuff we make today : TreeHugger

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Seawater is the secret to long-lasting Roman concrete : Nature News & Comment

Seawater is the secret to long-lasting Roman concrete

Ancient recipe has lasted 2,000 years thanks to chemical reactions that result in a rare mineral.

By 25 BC, ancient Romans developed a recipe for concrete specifically used for underwater work which is essentially the same formula used today.

By 25 BC, ancient Romans developed a recipe for concrete specifically used for underwater work which is essentially the same formula used today.

Roman concrete, also called opus caementicium, was a material used in construction during the late Roman Republic and the entire history of the Roman