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Half-Day Seminar on SPECIFYING CONCRETE TO EN 206 AND BS 8500 by Professor Ravindra K Dhir, Professor, Division of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Dundee

Seminar Synopsis:
Specifying concrete for construction is one of the most important roles of the design engineer. This can effect the performance of structures, repair/maintenance strategies that may be required, Realisation of the intended life span, and hence the cost and the quality of the built environment. Thus, specifications should be carefully developed, and the standards for concrete properly understood and correctly applied. This ½ day seminar is planned to promote good concrete practice and assist engineers in creating a greater appreciation of specifying concrete and the current standards dealing with it. The seminar will consist of four lectures (45 minutes each) as noted below.

Seminar Programme:
8.30 am : Registration
9.00am – 10.15 am : Understanding of Standards – with exercises on selecting
(i) exposure classes
(ii) limiting parameters
10.15am – 10.45 am : Coffee Break
10.45 am-12.00 pm : Process of Specifying Concrete – with exercises on requirements
(i) determining concrete requirements
(ii) specifying concrete
12.00pm-2.30pm:Q &A
12.30 pm : Lunch

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