THE USE OF PREFABRICATED BASALT-PLASTIC REINFORCEMENT IN CONSTRUCTION
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There probably aren't many domed concrete structures where you live, because they're difficult to build. To build them usually requires the construction of a supporting wooden structure that holds the concrete in place while it is hardens. However, nowadays, a team at the Vienna University of Technology has devised a system that allows concrete shell structures to simply be "inflated" and cinched together with a steel cable.
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