Concrete science

a physical science, one having as its subject of knowledge concrete things instead of abstract laws.
- Davies & Peck.

See also: Concrete

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"We've used it extensively over the last 10 years," Vandenbossche said, "to study how climate changes affect the structure." The university's importance in concrete science was most apparent this past summer when it hosted a US Research Board meeting of its Standing Technical Committee on Design and Rehabilitation of Concrete Pavements in June.
The School of Construction & Design Technologies at Pennsylvania College of Technology, Williamsport, will launch a two-year Concrete Science Technology degree program, beginning with the fall 2018 term.
Professors Wu and Lian [1, 2] propose that the relation between different structure dimensions should be paid attention in research of concrete science and technology.
The mission of the research center "is to accelerate emerging breakthroughs in concrete science and to transfer the best available data into engineering practices."
Beaudoin, "Concrete science," in Handbook of Analytical Techniques in Concrete Science and Technology, pp.
"The Miami Project was born on a lot of hope, and now it's on concrete science," he says.
and Beaudoin, J.J.: Handbook of analytical techniques in concrete science and technology, Principles, Techniques, and Applications, William Andrew Publishing/Noyes Publications, Norwich, New York 2001.
Applications of computers and information technology, in Handbook of Analytical Techniques in Concrete Science and Technology, Ed.
Jackson writes, "I believe that until a concrete science of religion and ethics exists and organizations to apply its findings, humanity will continue to struggle to create these things."
"Physics is a very concrete science. It's about things that kids experience every day.
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