Propiedades de concretos y morteros modificados con nanomateriales: estado del arte

Luis Fernando Molina-Prieto, María Fernanda Garzón Castellanos

Resumen


El artículo revisa los avances de la nanotecnología en los campos de la arquitectura, la ingeniería civil y la industria de la construcción, con énfasis en los seis nanomateriales más utilizados actualmente en esa industria. Se concluye que la nanotecnología amplía las potencialidades del concreto y reduce su impacto ambiental, porque logra mayor resistencia mecánica con menores dimensiones de los elementos estructurales.


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Nanopartículas, propiedades mecánicas, propiedades químicas, concretos.

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