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FDP on Condition Assessment & Rehabilitation of Concrete Structures at NIT Warangal [Feb 1-5]: Register by Dec 31

FDP on Condition Assessment & Rehabilitation of Concrete Structures at NIT Warangal [Feb 1-5]: Register by Dec 31

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The Department of Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology (NIT), Warangal is organizing a Faculty Development Program (FDP) on Condition Assessment & Rehabilitation of Concrete Structures from February 1 to 5, 2021.
National Institute of Technology Warangal, formerly known as Regional Engineering College was established in 1959. Over the years it has developed into a premier institute of higher learning and is ranked among the top technical education institutions in India.

FDP Objectives

This FDP aims at creating a clear understanding among participants on the complete strategies of investigation; diagnosis, condition assessment and rehabilitation of reinforced concrete structures. This process covers understanding the root causes of distress in structures & assessment methods including repair & strengthening techniques covering materials, analysis & design guidelines including some case studies.
All the important aspects related to successful implementation of appropriate rehabilitation scheme for strengthening of different types of structures will be discussed in detail. Issues pertaining to an appropriate method, its proper design, application and quality control according to available design guidelines will be deliberated in this training.

Themes
  • Reasons for Distress in RC structures with focus on durability related issues
  • Condition Survey and Damage assessment through Non-Destructive Evaluation and Health Monitoring techniques
  • Selection of Repair materials
  • Rehabilitation methods and Retrofitting schemes
  • Case studies covering diagnosis, repair and rehabilitation of critical civil infrastructure

 
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Who can Attend?

Structural consultants, applicators from concrete repair agencies, civil engineers, faculty from academic Institutions including Engineering/ Polytechnic college(s) teachers, scientists from R&D institutions and architects involved in design and application of reinforced concrete retrofit systems. Engineers from various Government organizations involved in rehabilitation/ strengthening works of reinforced concrete buildings & other infrastructure.

Resource Person

Faculty from NIT Warangal, IITs and Research laboratories in the field of structural health monitoring will deliver the lectures and execute hands-on Lab sessions.

Registration Fees
  1. Industry participants: Rs. 2000/-
  2. Teachers of engineering colleges/ technical institutions: Rs.1000/-
  3. Student/ research scholars: Rs. 250/-

The registration fee can be paid to the following account details: Account name: TEQIP III FUNDS; Bank: State Bank of India; Account No. 37583198741; IFSC: SBIN0020149; Branch: NITW (REC Warangal).

Registration

To download the registration form, click here.
Advance copy of the duly filled registration forms along with payment details may be forwarded to mail: svrao@nitw.ac.in. The last date to the register is December 31, 2020.
No TA/ DA will be paid to the participants. Limited accommodation for outstation participants will be provided upon request at the Institute guest house/ hostels on shared basis only. For the availability of accommodation and tariff, the participants are requested to contact the coordinator. Tea and snacks/ working lunch will be provided to the participants during the FDP.

Contact

Dr. S. Venkateswara Rao, Associate Professor
Head, Structures Division
Civil Engineering Department
National Institute of Technology Warangal
Warangal, Telangana State, India.
Ph.: 9848264985, 8332969253
Email: svrao@nitw.ac.in
 
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FDP on Condition Assessment & Rehabilitation of Concrete Structures at NIT Warangal

 
 

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