civil engineering and architecture

Civil Engineering - Feb 27
Civil Engineering
A world premiere in Austria: The new bridge construction technology which was developed at TU Wien has now been successfully applied by ASFINAG during the construction of the Fürstenfeld Motorway. There are many different methods for erecting bridges - but the new technique developed by TU Wien, the balanced lowering method, is quite spectacular: the bridge is not built horizontally, as would normally be case, but erected in a vertical position and then rotated into the horizontal position.
Architecture - Social Sciences - May 25, 2018
Architecture - Social Sciences

Whether in the sphere of architecture critique or on the market of speculative real estate investment, architecture is increasingly becoming the subject of global circulation.

Civil Engineering - Dec 18, 2017
Civil Engineering

A wildlife crossing over the upcoming Koralm railway is being built, using a new construction technique developed by TU Wien.

Civil Engineering - Feb 19, 2018
Civil Engineering

Bridges change shape, which is why they are usually built with expansion joints. At TU Wien, a technology has been developed that makes it possible to forego these joints, thus saving time and money.

Architecture - History - Oct 23, 2017
Architecture - History

The TU Wien is planning a photogrammetric survey of historically important models of traditional Japanese buildings.


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