Structural Woven Formwork

Julie A Soden, Remo Pedreschi, Pete Walker, Martin Ansell

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    Abstract

    The body of work comprises the early published outcomes and research workshop information associated with the Structural Woven Formwork International Research Mission to Canada in 2012. LimesNet – Low Impact Materials and Innovative Engineering Solutions for the Built Environment is an EPSRC funded International Network led by the University of Bath aimed at developing novel and interdisciplinary research activities in the future development of low carbon construction materials and technologies in ground and structural engineering. Soden led a team of experts to Canada to explore the use of textiles for fabric formwork applications. This body of work includes the published case study, interactive research workshops and conference presentation.
    LanguageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 11 May 2012

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    Structural design
    Textiles
    Carbon

    Keywords

    • Woven textiles
    • fabric formwork
    • sustainable construction materials

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    Soden, J. A., Pedreschi, R., Walker, P., & Ansell, M. (2012, May 11). Structural Woven Formwork.
    Soden, Julie A ; Pedreschi, Remo ; Walker, Pete ; Ansell, Martin. / Structural Woven Formwork. 2012.
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