Project – 1st phase

1. Coordination and Synergetic Research in Priority Program 2005 OPUS FLUIDUM FUTURM Rheology of raective, multiscale, multiphase construction materials
2. Internal dynamics in concrete and model systems of concrete: 3D particle tracking, flow and concentration profiles.
3. Analysis of Time-variant Nano- and Microscopic Mechanisms for Modelling the Meso- and Macroscopic Segregation Stability of Concrete Subject to Vibration
4. Simulation based modelling of time- and shear-dependent disperse and rheological properties of cement suspensions
5. The characterization of the rheological properties of suspension, mortar and concrete under the influence of hydration, temperature, pressure and vibration
6. Form filling ability of fresh concrete: A time and hydration dependent approach
7. Component additive approach to predict cement paste rheology considering mineral and particle heterogeneity on different scales (CONCERT)
8. Stability of concrete subjected to vibration – Analysis of the nano- and microscopic structural build-up and structural breakdown behavior of cementitious suspensions
9. Superplasticizer/Particle Interactions and its Effect on Microstructure, Viscosity and Thixotropy of Cementitious Suspensions
10. Flow-induced particle migration in cement-based materials at high shear rates
11. Effects of mesoscopic constituents on the rheological behaviour of cementitious materials in the context of additive construction (AC)
12. Rheology-active additives in OPC based formulations – From nano/micro-scale structures to macro scale properties
13. Investigating the Rheological Behavior of Low Water-to-Cement Concretes Admixed With Superplasticizers and Co-Dispersants and the Underlying Dispersion Mechanism
14. Understanding fresh concrete flow by advanced rheological characterization
15. Superposing particle interactions and hydration effects on the rheology of accelerated cementitious systems (SPHERE)
16. Rheology of the lubrication layer based on a two-phase liquid-granular flow approach
17. Direct numerical simulation of dynamic aggregate migration in fresh concrete using multi-scale Smoothed-Particle Hydrodynamics
18. Rheological properties of fresh concrete and their molecular origin analyzed by novel combined rheological methods