University of Dundee

Department:Civil Engineering

Fulton Building
DD1 4HN Scotland, UK

Contact email: m.r.jones@dundee.ac.uk

Web page: www.dundee.ac.uk/epm/engineering/concretetechnologyunit/     

Brief presentation of the institution: 
The Concrete Technology Unit (CTU) was established in 1989 and has grown into a world class research Centre of Excellence. It is guided by an Advisory Committee of leading practitioners and is committed to carrying out research to the highest level. Funding for research is widely based: research councils, government and industry. This combination provides a culture where industry and academia can move together to optimise concrete for cost effectiveness, whilst allowing flexibility for radical innovation and development.

Main FP1407 related research topics:
Reuse of Wood combustion products at end of life

Brief information on available facilities:
Equipment available: 
The Unit has state-of-the-art research facilities and a broad research base covering: •concrete science, environment, technology and construction •durability, repair and maintenance strategies •recycling/reuse of materials and sustainability issues •novel construction applications •and risk assessment and whole life cost analysis

Willingness to accept/host visiting researchers:
  Senior Researchers

Projects related to FP1407:
Contaminated wood ash


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