Civil engineering

Electrifying industry with flexible heat pumps

Environment - Civil Engineering

Researchers from ETH Zurich and the Eastern Switzerland University of Applied Sciences have developed a novel solution for heat pumps. Using this new approach, companies can generate carbon-free process heat at temperatures of up to 200 degrees Celsius while also drastically reducing the number of different heat pumps required.

Building sustainably with reusable concrete slabs

Carbon concrete panels developed by the ZHAW are being used in building construction for the first time. This innovation not only enables considerable CO2 and material savings, but also a flexible system with reusable components

Pacific cities much older than previously thought 

Civil Engineering

New evidence of one of the first cities in the Pacific shows they were established much earlier than previously thought, according to new research from The Australian National University (ANU).

Campus - Civil Engineering - Apr 30

Portrait of Former Rector Harald Kainz Unveiled at TU Graz

Campus - Civil Engineering

The painting was created by the Graz artist Oskar Stocker and expands the collection of portraits of former TU Graz Rectors at Campus Alte Technik to now include 44 pieces.

Structural engineer discusses Baltimore’s Key Bridge collapse

Civil Engineering

Johns Hopkins bridge expert Rachel Sangree talks about how long, continuous spans in the bridge design played a role in its collapse after it was struck by a massive container ship.


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