As part of our laboratory maintenance, we mainly disposed of wood and cement!
Laboratory Renovation – Time Lapse
From August From August to October, the laboratory of the architecture course was renovated. This video summarizes the sequence of events. The specific process is as follows.
① Dismantling the existing frame
② Rooftop clearance of the pump room
③ Concrete pouring on the south floor
④ Preparation of CFT test specimens and autogenous shrinkage test specimens
⑤ Concrete pouring on the center floor
We are planning to conduct various experiments in the newly renovated laboratory!
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2022.10.05 Preparation for Brace Test
2022.09.22 Creation of Specimen for Autogenous Shrinkage
A test specimen was prepared for an experiment to verify the effect of autogenous shrinkage of concrete. The measurement period is two years, which is a long term experiment.
Recent laboratory scene
We’re currently working on the lab renovation! A time-lapse video of the whole process will be uploaded soon.
2022.08.25 everyday scene
As part of the operation, we dismantled the frame for temporary storage in the laboratory. We have uploaded a time-lapse video of the operation from start to finish on YouTube, so please take a look.
2022/08/01 Lab. Work-Painting
As part of our laboratory work, we painted the experimental devices. The paint job clarifies the meaning of the devices, and also cleans up the experimental photographs.
Strain aging test was completed!
The large-scale experiment to verify strain aging, for which Ms. Nakagawa of M2 was primarily responsible, was completed, and the test specimens were removed after loading.
It was a spectacular sight to see the 14 specimens lined up in a matrix. We would like to thank Ms. Nakagawa, who was in charge of this project, for her hard work.
We conducted operation!
We’re gearing up for a new experiment!