His main research concerns Rheology, Cement, Geotechnical engineering, Composite material and Flow. The Rheology study combines topics in areas such as Mechanics, Flocculation and Stress. The study of Cement is intertwined with the study of Thixotropy in a number of ways.
His studies deal with areas such as Slump and Formwork as well as Geotechnical engineering. Nicolas Roussel mostly deals with Cracking in his studies of Composite material. His Flow study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Extrusion, Viscosity, Layer, Buckling and Elastic modulus.
Composite material, Rheology, Cement, Cementitious and Flow are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Geopolymer, Mortar, Geotechnical engineering and Metakaolin, which intersect with Rheology. His Geotechnical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Solid mechanics, Concrete slump test, Structural engineering, Formwork and Stress.
His work in the fields of Cement, such as Superplasticizer, intersects with other areas such as Nucleation. His Flow study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Casting, Extrusion and Apparent viscosity. His research integrates issues of Cracking and Buckling in his study of Layer.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cement, Rheology, 3D printing, Flow and Extrusion. His Cement research entails a greater understanding of Composite material. His study connects Cementitious and Rheology.
His 3D printing research incorporates themes from Manufacturing engineering and Computer simulation. The concepts of his Flow study are interwoven with issues in Mechanical engineering, Nozzle, Casting and Scale. His Mixing research includes elements of Shear rate, Nanoparticle, Superplasticizer and Shearing.
Nicolas Roussel focuses on Field, Flow, Extrusion, Mechanical engineering and Nozzle. Field is intertwined with Characterization, Manufacturing engineering, Material flow, Computer simulation and Process control in his study. He connects Characterization with 3D printing in his research.
His study in Process extends to 3D printing with its themes. He combines subjects such as Casting, Cementitious and Scale with his study of Flow. Much of his study explores Extrusion relationship to Rheology.
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Technology probes: inspiring design for and with families
Hilary Hutchinson;Wendy Mackay;Bo Westerlund;Benjamin B. Bederson.
human factors in computing systems (2003)
An environmental evaluation of geopolymer based concrete production: reviewing current research trends
G. Habert;J.B. d’Espinose de Lacaillerie;N. Roussel.
Journal of Cleaner Production (2011)
A thixotropy model for fresh fluid concretes: Theory, validation and applications
Cement and Concrete Research (2006)
Rheological requirements for printable concretes
Nicolas Roussel;Nicolas Roussel.
Cement and Concrete Research (2018)
The origins of thixotropy of fresh cement pastes
Nicolas Roussel;Guillaume Ovarlez;Sandrine Garrault;Coralie Brumaud.
Cement and Concrete Research (2012)
“Fifty-cent rheometer” for yield stress measurements: From slump to spreading flow
N. Roussel;P. Coussot.
Journal of Rheology (2005)
Digital Concrete: Opportunities and Challenges
Timothy Wangler;Ena Lloret;Lex Reiter;Norman Hack.
RILEM Technical Letters (2016)
From mini-cone test to Abrams cone test: measurement of cement-based materials yield stress using slump tests
Nicolas Roussel;C Stefani;R Leroy.
Cement and Concrete Research (2005)
Steady state flow of cement suspensions: A micromechanical state of the art
Nicolas Roussel;Anael Lemaître;Robert J. Flatt;Philippe Coussot.
Cement and Concrete Research (2010)
Concrete: An eco material that needs to be improved
Robert J. Flatt;Nicolas Roussel;Christopher R. Cheeseman.
Journal of The European Ceramic Society (2012)
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