UBC Researchers Develop New Concrete That Resists Earthquakes

When sprayed onto the surface of traditionally poured interior concrete walls, it reinforces against seismic intensities as high as the magnitude 9.0-9.1 earthquake that hit Tohoku, Japan in 2011. “We sprayed a number of walls with a 10 millimetre-thick …
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