Roman concrete

Explore the amazing properties and construction techniques of Roman concrete. Learn how this ancient building material has stood the test of time and discover its potential applications in modern construction projects.
This recipe was originally released on /r/Floathouse. Many thanks to Michael Eliot and Andy Thomas for releasing it. Now, on to the instructable!What is Geopolymer... Roman Concrete, Concrete Deck, Concrete Lamp, Concrete Molds, Concrete House, Andy Thomas, Insulated Concrete Forms, Cement Diy, Sample Board

Roman Geopolymer Concrete Recipe: This recipe was originally released on /r/Floathouse. Many thanks to Michael Eliot and Andy Thomas for releasing it. Now, on to the instructable! What is Geopolymer Concrete? The term 'geopolymer' can be confusing because when we hear the word we ar…

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Roger Burkart
The history of architecture traces the changes in architecture through various traditions, regions, overarching stylistic trends, and dates. The branches of architecture are civil, sacred, naval, military,[1] and landscape architecture. Neoclassical Architecture, Roman Architecture, Ancient Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Roman Concrete, Ancient Antiquity, Backpacking Spain, Roman Aqueduct, Spain Culture

The history of architecture traces the changes in architecture through various traditions, regions, overarching stylistic trends, and dates. The beginnings of all these traditions is thought to be humans satisfying the very basic need of shelter and protection. The term "architecture" generally refers to buildings, but in its essence is much broader, including fields we now consider specialized forms of practice, such as urbanism, civil engineering, naval, military, and landscape…

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Ancient Origins, Ancient History, Roman Concrete, Primitive Technology, Ancient Technology, Portland Cement, Chemical Reactions, Cool Inventions, Ancient Romans

Scientists studying the composition of Roman concrete, which has been submerged under the Mediterranean Sea for the last 2,000 years, have discovered that it was superior to modern-day concrete in terms of durability and being less environmentally damaging.

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Taylor O'Leary
Roman Architecture, Architecture Details, Roman Concrete, Outdoor Yard Ideas, Roman Aqueduct, Super Cool Stuff, Brutalist Buildings, Survival Shelter, Diy Repair

More than a millennium and a half after its fall, we still look back with wonder on the accomplishments of the ancient Roman Empire. Few elements of its legacy impress us as much as its built environment — or in any case, what's left of its built environment.

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Shannon McGinnis