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SEEM 534 Advanced Structural Rehabilitation
Department: MSc Structural Engineering
Module Description: This module will enable students to gain knowledge and understanding and provide scientific and practical information on a wide range of structural durability issues. The module discusses a number of chemical as well as physical deterioration mechanisms of concrete and reinforced concrete and the modelling and predicting of their effects and also discusses what to consider in the design, selection of materials, and the construction processes to improve and control the concrete durability, the deterioration of other structural materials such as steel, concrete and composites will also be covered. This module will also enable students to gain knowledge and understanding of the process of inspecting of structural deterioration and a range of methods of repairs, retrofitting, and protection.
- American Concrete Institute, Committee 546. (2001). Concrete repair guide. Farmington Hills, MI. Request PDF
- Beushausen H. and Luco, L. F. (2015). Performance-based specifications and control of concrete durability. State-of-the-art Report RILEM TC 230-PSC. Springer.
- International Concrete Repair Institute (2008). Guide for surface preparation for the repair of deteriorated concrete resulting from reinforcing steel corrosion : guideline no. 310.1r-2008 (formerly no. 03730). Des Plaines, Ill.: International Concrete Repair Institute (Guideline, no. 310.1R-2008). Request PDF
- Page, C. L. and Page M. M. (eds). (2007). Durability of concrete and cement composites, Woodhead Publishing Limited.