This training course introduces theory and practice of conducting a non-destructive evaluation of concrete structures. The non-destructive tests include visual inspection, ultrasonic pulse velocity, rebound hammer, penetration resistance, maturity method, rebar detection and mapping, impact-echo, and surface penetrating radar.
Investigation approach and analysis used for different cases are discussed. Test influencing factors are also mentioned. The codes regulating the non-destructive tests are discussed. To ensure a thorough understanding, the course concludes with examples showing how to plan investigations and interpret results.
Understand the theory of different techniques used in the non-destructive tests
Apply the knowledge gained at the seminar to plan for the appropriate non-destructive tests
Develop the testing program to evaluate the existing condition of the structure
Analyze the result of the tests with understanding the test their elucidation results
Use the relevant codes related to the tests in the final report
Who Should Attend:
Fabricators and Manufacturers of Structural Systems, Municipal Building Officials, and Field Reviewers
Non-destructive tests theory and techniques
Advanced non-destructive test methods
Investigation approach used for different cases
Test influencing factors
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