Tailoring the Rheological Behavior of 3-D Printing Concrete

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The student will be involved in an NSF-supported project on the topic of 3D concrete printing. The primary objective of the summer research project will be to perform rheological characterization of fresh cement paste systems with different mix designs, then 3D print to evaluate performance. Main tasks will include working alongside a PhD student on sample preparation, rheological testing, data analysis, and development of the 3D printing setup. Most activities will take place in the Carleton Strength of Materials Lab so all necessary certification must be obtained.

Lab: Kawashima Lab

Direct Supervisor: Shiho Kawashima

Position Dates: 6/01/2018 - 7/31/2018

Hours per Week: 35

Paid Position: Yes

Credit: No

Positions Available: 1

Qualifications: Mechanics, Mechanics of Solids, Chemistry

Eligibility: Sophomore, Junior; SEAS only

Shiho Kawashima, [email protected], 616 SW Mudd