Lauri Hass is a PhD student in the Unit of Structural Engineering and Design in the Department of the Built Environment of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). His research is centered around the field of 3D concrete printing, with a specific focus on developing application and reinforcement strategies that can improve productivity and cost-effectiveness.
In 2015, Lauri Hass completed his MSc in Civil Engineering at Tallinn University of Technology in Estonia, where he studied at the Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture. Prior to beginning his PhD studies at TU/e, Lauri worked for six years in the construction industry as a construction site manager on various projects. Lauri's PhD research is focused the development, characterization and application potential of helical reinforcement for printed structures.
Characterizing the bond properties of automatically placed helical reinforcement in 3D printed concreteConstruction and Building Materials (2022)
Robotically Placed Reinforcement Using the Automated Screwing Device – An Application Perspective for 3D Concrete Printing(2022)
3D Concrete Printing - Free Form Geometries with Improved Ductility and Strength(2020)
Bending and Pull-Out Tests on a Novel Screw Type Reinforcement for Extrusion-Based 3D Printed Concrete(2020)
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