Self Healing Concrete

Self Healing Materials is a new research area that gets a lot of attention in recent years. Self Healing Concrete is a term that is used for cement-based materials that repair themselves after the material or structure gets damaged due to some sort of deterioration mechanism.

In this blog we will update you on the progress of the Self Healing Concrete projects running in the section Materials & Environment and the Microlab of the faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences of Delft University.


This blog contains a description of the running projects that are financed by AgentschapNL, DCMat, STW and industrial partners. Also a page "Literature & Videos" is included where a lot of publications can be found.


Thursday, 9 February 2012

WEBINAR self healing 27/02/2012

On 27/02/2012, at 12h00 Central European time, a Webinar will be held by Dr. Ir. E. Schlangen from 12:00-12:30 on the subject of RILEM TC 221 self healing. 
Those wanting to participate are kindly invited to confirm this to kristof.caubergs@bbri.be

Self Healing Materials is a new research area that gets a lot of attention in recent years. Self Healing Concrete is a term that is used for cement-based materials that repair themselves after the material or structure gets damaged due to some sort of deterioration mechanism.

In the webinar an update will be given on the progress of the Self Healing Concrete projects running in the section Materials & Environment and the Microlab of the faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences of Delft University. Furthermore also the work being undertaken in the context of the RILEM TC 221 on Self Healing will be highlighted.

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