A research-based approach to exploring the adoption of novel UK-based concrete test methods in Chinese construction sector

Bryan Magee, P. A. Muhammed Basheer, Sree Nanukuttan

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    Abstract

    As part of a UK-China science bridge project - a UK government funded initiative linking leading universities and businesses in selective partnering countries in 2009 a collaborative research programme was initiated between Queen's University and the Research Institute of High Performance Concrete (part of the Central Research Institute of Building and Construction) in Beijing.

    For further details email b.magee@ulster.ac.uk
    Original languageEnglish
    Number of pages6
    Publication statusPublished - 28 Aug 2014
    EventCivil Engineering Research in Ireland Conference (CERAI) - QUB, Belfast, United Kingdom
    Duration: 28 Aug 201429 Aug 2014

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    ConferenceCivil Engineering Research in Ireland Conference (CERAI)
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CityBelfast
    Period28/08/201429/08/2014

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    Keywords

    • asset management
    • non-destructive test
    • Autoclam
    • Concrete permeability
    • UK-China Science Bridge

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    Magee, B., Muhammed Basheer, P. A., & Nanukuttan, S. (2014). A research-based approach to exploring the adoption of novel UK-based concrete test methods in Chinese construction sector. Paper presented at Civil Engineering Research in Ireland Conference (CERAI), Belfast, United Kingdom.
    Magee, Bryan ; Muhammed Basheer, P. A. ; Nanukuttan, Sree. / A research-based approach to exploring the adoption of novel UK-based concrete test methods in Chinese construction sector. Paper presented at Civil Engineering Research in Ireland Conference (CERAI), Belfast, United Kingdom.6 p.
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    A research-based approach to exploring the adoption of novel UK-based concrete test methods in Chinese construction sector. / Magee, Bryan; Muhammed Basheer, P. A.; Nanukuttan, Sree.

    2014. Paper presented at Civil Engineering Research in Ireland Conference (CERAI), Belfast, United Kingdom.

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