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Andrew Giesler, a graduate student in civil engineering, and his team at New Mexico State University are testing ultra-high performance concrete bridge girders on a large scale to aid the development of bridge design procedures for the state of New Mexico that could lead to a variety of improvements to the state’s infrastructure.
Writer: Isabel Rodriguez Only five years after beginning research to create a locally produced and cost effective ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC), students and professors at New Mexico State University seem to have succeeded in their efforts. Because of their work and determination, New Mexico builders may soon be able to purchase high-strength concrete made from…
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