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E026 Engineering Assessment of Defects in Concrete Structures and Evaluation of Safety of Concrete Infrastructure 3 Days

BEM Approved 24 CPD Hours (Ref No: IEM09/PP/030/S) Normal Price RM 1800.00
(If Register Online RM 1200.00 Only before 14-09-2009)
Introduction
Day 1- 01/10/2009
SECTION 1: Building Evaluation
• Inspection and evaluate the buildings
• Methods of Inspection
• Visual inspection criteria
• Inspect the building using a new techniques

SECTION 2: Building Evaluation
• Using ultrasonic and infrared for inspection.
• Evaluate the building risk
• Diagnoses the reason of deterioration

SECTION 3: Successful steps for repairing R.C. structure
• Define the method of repair
• Precaution during repair
• Step by step repair procedure

SECTION 4: Successful steps for repairing R.C. structure
• Corrosion and protection of steel structure in concrete
• Methods of protection
• Comparison between different type of protection.

Day 2- 02/10/2009
SECTION 5: Properties of protective coating
• Evaluate the current protective coating
• Types of protective coating
• Properties of each type
• Precautions in using the coating

SECTION 6: Properties of protective coating
• Types of cracks in R. C. structures
• Comparison between different cracks
• Reasons for each type
• Methods of repair and prevent for each type.

SECTION 7: Methods of repair the cracked structure Corrosion
• Materials using to repair corroded structure
• Methods of repair
• Using polymer bonding materials

SECTION 8: Successful steps for repairing R.C. structure
• Types of polymer
• Properties of these materials

Day 3- 03/10/2009
SECTION 9: Maintenance strategy
• Likelihood of building failure
• Define consequences of failure

SECTION 10: Maintenance strategy
• Provide risk matrix
• Risk based inspection (RBI)

SECTION 11: Maintenance strategy
• Maintenance plan and strategy
• Maintenance plan based economic cost

SECTION 12: Maintenance strategy
• Preparing priority lists
• Software for maintenance strategy

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Who are the speakers?
Qualification : • Ph.D.Degree in Structural Engineering,from Cairo University in 2000. The research subject “Reliability Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Columns”.
• M.Sc.Degree in Materials and Concrete Technology, in Structural Dept., From Cairo University in 1995. The subject of research “Predicting Bond Strength of Coated and Uncoated Steel Bars Using Analytical Model”
• B.Sc. Degree in Civil Engineering From Cairo University, Faculty of Engineering with grade ‘Very Good’ With Honor Degree at July 1990.
Graduation Project in Reinforced Concrete with grade 'Very Good' at July, 1990.
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Current job : -
Biodata : Dr. El-Reedy's specialize in structural engineering. His specialist in the research on the reliability of concrete and steel structure. He working in Egypt as a consultant for oil and gas companies. He has experienced in Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) and Natural Gas Liquid (NGL) projects with international engineering firms. Experienced in executing reliability, inspection, maintenance strategy for onshore concrete structures and offshore steel structure platforms covering hundreds of structures in the Gulf of Suez.

Dr. El-Reedy provided consultancy to trained executives in many organizations, including the Arabian American Oil Company, BP, Apachi, Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (ADMA), etc. He has published and presented papers in local and international conferences sponsored by ASME, ASCE, CSCE, ACI, ASTM and API.
 
Objectives
Benefits
Sessions and Scopes
Session Scope Speaker
Session 1
Day 1
0830-0900
Registration
Session 2
Day 1
0900-1100
SECTION 1: Building Evaluation
• Inspection and evaluate the buildings
• Methods of Inspection
• Visual inspection criteria
• Inspect the building using a new techniques
Dr. Mohamed A. El-Reedy
Session 3
Day 1
1000-1025
Refreshment
Session 4
Day 1
1100-1300
SECTION 2: Building Evaluation
• Using ultrasonic and infrared for inspection.
• Evaluate the building risk
• Diagnoses the reason of deterioration
Dr. Mohamed A. El-Reedy
Session 5
Day 1
1300-1400
Lunch Break
Session 6
Day 1
1400-1535
SECTION 3: Successful steps for repairing R.C. structure
• Define the method of repair
• Precaution during repair
• Step by step repair procedure
Dr. Mohamed A. El-Reedy
Session 7
Day 1
1535-1600
Refreshment
Session 8
Day 1
1600-1700
SECTION 4: Successful steps for repairing R.C. structure
• Corrosion and protection of steel structure in concrete
• Methods of protection
• Comparison between different type of protection.
Dr. Mohamed A. El-Reedy
Session 9
Day 2
0900-1100
SECTION 5: Properties of protective coating
• Evaluate the current protective coating
• Types of protective coating
• Properties of each type
• Precautions in using the coating
Dr. Mohamed A. El-Reedy
Session 10
Day 2
1000-1025
Refreshment
Session 11
Day 2
1100-1300
SECTION 6: Properties of protective coating
• Types of cracks in R. C. structures
• Comparison between different cracks
• Reasons for each type
• Methods of repair and prevent for each type.
Dr. Mohamed A. El-Reedy
Session 12
Day 2
1300-1400
Lunch Break
Session 13
Day 2
1400-1535
SECTION 7: Methods of repair the cracked structure Corrosion
• Materials using to repair corroded structure
• Methods of repair
• Using polymer bonding materials
Dr. Mohamed A. El-Reedy
Session 14
Day 2
1535-1600
Refreshment
Session 15
Day 2
1600-1700
SECTION 8: Successful steps for repairing R.C. structure
• Types of polymer
• Properties of these materials
Dr. Mohamed A. El-Reedy
Session 16
Day 3
0900-1100
SECTION 9: Maintenance strategy
• Likelihood of building failure
• Define consequences of failure
Dr. Mohamed A. El-Reedy
Session 17
Day 3
1000-1025
Refreshment
Session 18
Day 3
1100-1300
SECTION 10: Maintenance strategy
• Provide risk matrix
• Risk based inspection (RBI)
Dr. Mohamed A. El-Reedy
Session 19
Day 1
1300-1400
Lunch Break
Session 20
Day 3
1400-1535
SECTION 11: Maintenance strategy
• Maintenance plan and strategy
• Maintenance plan based economic cost
Dr. Mohamed A. El-Reedy
Session 21
Day 3
1535-1600
Refreshment
Session 22
Day 3
1600-1700
SECTION 12: Maintenance strategy
• Preparing priority lists
• Software for maintenance strategy
Dr. Mohamed A. El-Reedy
Session 23
Day 3
1700-1715
Question & Answer
Session 24
Day 3
1715-1730
Distribution of Certificate
Date, Time, Venue, and Fee
Date and time : 01-10-2009 (Thursday) : 0900 - 1700
02-10-2009 (Friday) : 0900 - 1700
03-10-2009 (Saturday) : 0900 - 1700
Venue : Seminar Hall,First Floor, Wisma Wawasan,
No.19-1, Jalan PJS8/12, Dataran Mentari,
Bandar Sunway, 46150 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Location map : See location map
Fee : Normal Price RM 1800.00
(If Register Online RM 1200.00 Only before 14-09-2009)
Who should attend?
People in Construction, Industry & Government who are Involved in Building Maintenance and Provide Execution Plan for Maintenance and Repair for Building, Involved in Preparing Maintenance Document Package and Diagnosis the Reasons of Failure, Engineers who Define and Choose the Methods of Repair.
Course related information (FREE)
Additional notes
• Certificate of CPD Point with full attendance
• 6 tea breaks & 3 lunch provided
• Handout notes
• Free RC Staircase and RC Pad Footing Design Spreadsheet Worth RM800.00
Class capacity = 30