The contents of this course include four recorded presentations from the ACI 2016 Fall Convention:
• Cracks in Repair (364.9T-03(11)) by Pawan Gupta, Walter P Moore Inc.
• Importance of Modulus of Elasticity in Surface Repairs (364.5T-10) by Benoit Bissonnette, Laval University
• Evaluation and Minimizing of Bruising (Microcracking) in Concrete Repair (364.7T-02(11)) by Michael Sprinkel, Virginia Center of Transportation Innovation and Research
• Rehabilitation of Structure with Reinforcement Section Loss
(364.10T-14) by Noran Abdel Wahab, Walter P Moore Inc.
INSTRUCTIONS: Study the materials included in this module. Then, complete and pass the corresponding 10-question quiz with a score of 80% or higher to receive a certificate for 0.1 CEU (equivalent to 1.0 PDH). This online course is not approved for credit with the Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board (CILB).
Continuing Education Credit: 0.1 CEU (1 PDH)
Approved AIA and ICC
Access Period: 30 days
The Tech Notes produced by ACI Committee 364, Rehabilitation, cover important aspects of a concrete rehabilitation program, ranging from the initial stages of evaluation, to careful removal of damaged concrete, to preparation of surfaces for repairs, to strengthening members and to performing repairs. The Tech Notes are a compilation of best industry practices to ensure safe, adequate strength repairs and rehabilitation, and to prolong serviceable life of previously deteriorated structures.
Author: Gupta, Bissonnette, Sprinkel, Wahab
Categories: Corrosion, Cracking, Environmental, Repair
Formats: Online Learning
Table of Contents
1. Identify reasons for cracks in concrete repair overlays and patches used to repair deteriorated concrete slabs-on-ground and pavements.
2. Describe characteristics of properties of durable concrete patch repair material with respect to properties of repaired concrete substrates, including modulus of elasticity.
3. Explain methods to demolish and remove partial depth damaged concrete from substrate while minimizing bruising or microfractures in otherwise sound substrate
4. Describe environmental conditions that promote corrosion process of reinforcing steel and describe steps that engineers need to perform to restore corrosion damaged concrete to serviceability
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