RUDN Engineering Academy expert tells about the results of researching high performance modified concrete

RUDN Engineering Academy expert tells about the results of researching high performance modified concrete

Galina Okolnikova, professor of the Department of architecture and construction of RUDN made a report on her research in the field of modern composite construction materials.

Galina Okolnikova, professor of the Department of architecture and construction of RUDN Engineering Academy took part in the III International conference of Engineering Sciences and Technologies 2017 in Cebu (Philippines) 24-25 November, 2017, where she made a report on her research in the field of modern composite construction materials, in particular – high performance modified concrete.

Research results were used when building high-rise buildings of the Moscow international business center Moscow-City and reconstructing the building of RUDN Engineering Academy.

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