A scientist from BSTU named after V.G. Shukhov spoke about the future of building materials science at the forum in Germany

A scientist from BSTU named after V.G. Shukhov spoke about the future of building materials science at the forum in Germany

From 2nd to 6th April 2018 in Oberhausen (Germany) the VI International Forum on Concrete Industry and the XI International Conference «Actual issues of ready-mixed concrete and reinforced concrete products. Practical examples of successful projects of Russian and European companies» was held.

The forum was organized by the Center for Concrete Technologies and the Russian-German company MC-Bauchemie.

The purpose of the forum is to discuss the current trends in the development of the market for ready-mixed concrete and the production of reinforced concrete products, to facilitate the exchange of information between European and Russian market participants.

Representatives of profiled organizations, specialized institutes, testing centers and leading enterprises of the industry took part in the event. About 120 participants, including the EU, CIS and various regions of Russia.

Speakers included representatives of such companies as BRECON Vibrationstechnik GmbH, LafargeHolcim, Wurschum, Brugg Contec AG, Elkon, Dow Chemical and others.

 

The Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation, Corresponding Member of the RAACS, Professor, Head of the Chair of Building Materials Science, Products and Constructions Valery Lesovik represented the flagship university -  BSTU named after V.G. Shukhov at this event.

The report of Valery Stanislavovich was emphasized on the present and future of building materials science. In his message, he focused attention on the need to consider the fundamental problems of building materials science through the prism of transdisciplinary research.

Within the new transdisciplinary scientific direction «Geonika» (geomimetics), the law of affinity of structures is formulated. It assumes the design of layered composites and repair systems at the nano-, micro- and macro level, similar to the base matrix, which leads to a significant increase in the adhesion and durability of materials. The information obtained in the study of natural analogs of anisotropic building composites was the basis for the formulation of the law.

The application of this law makes it possible to create restorative mixtures, plastering, masonry and repair compositions of a new generation on the basis of nature-friendly technologies for each type of wall generation, including for 3D additive technologies. The theory of technogenic metasomatism in building materials science is offered.

The implementation of theoretical research allows us to switch to nature-friendly technologies. This is what the Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke about at the plenary meeting of the jubilee, 70th session of the UN General Assembly in New York: «We need qualitatively different approaches based on the introduction of fundamentally new environment-friendly technologies that do not damage the surrounding world, but exist with it in harmony and will allow to restore the balance disturbed by man between the biosphere and the technosphere».

Also in his report Valery Lesovik formulated the possibility of improving the additives through the use of organo-mineral systems. This will allow to create composites of the future with increased performance characteristics, including, for operation in abnormal conditions.

 

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