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Event Summary:

This session is intended for those interested in exploring the use of mathematics when applied to understanding the mechanical behaviour of engineering materials.

Full Event Details:

Concrete is manufactured from a mixture of graded aggregates, a cement binder and water. Some 1 m3 of concrete is manufactured each year per head of population, making concrete construction a £100 billion per annum industry. This session explores the factor controlling the strength of concrete and the mathematical methods used to ensure

This session is intended for those interested in exploring the use of mathematics when applied to understanding the mechanical behaviour of engineering materials.

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Individuals (Enquiry not required to be through a school)

Duration:

Half Day

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Minimum number of students:

1

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