Concrete Repair E-Learning
Virtual concrete repair training has been created for people to become fully acquainted with concrete repair. Concrete is an inherently complex material to produce and an even more complex material to repair. The need to repair concrete structures and other structures are increasing and is expected to become one of the greatest demands in the future. The Concrete Restoration course serves as practical training for learners in the process of setting up a concrete restoration. In order to keep this course up to date, the educational resource is provided in the form of the main language, so familiarity with English is recommended to participate in this course.
What is concrete?
This adhesive is generally the result of the interaction of hydraulic cement and water. Even today, such a definition of concrete encompasses a wide range of products. Concrete can be prepared from different types of cement as well as pozzolans, kiln slag, additives, sulfur, concrete additives, concrete polymers, concrete fibers, etc. It may also use heat, water vapor, autoclave, vacuum, hydraulic pressure, and various compressors.
Properties and effects of concrete repair mortar:
- Concrete repairer during execution and after setting and hardening is completely without shrinkage and volume change.
- Concrete repair mortar has no sawdust during execution and can be easily applied on all horizontal, vertical and overhead surfaces.
- Concrete repair mortar has a high resistance against melting and frost cycles after application and hardening.
- Concrete repairer is completely similar to concrete in terms of color and appearance.
- Execution of repair mortar is very simple and there is no need for any special skills and expertise to apply it.
Concrete Restoration Virtual Training Course Topics:
Learn what is structural reinforced concrete?
Be aware of the advantages and disadvantages of fortified cocktails.
Learn about structural concrete elements.
Determine what factors affect the strength of concrete.
Learn about the compressive strength of concrete.
Understand the stress-strain curve of concrete.
Calculation of tensile, bending, shear strength, modulus of elasticity, Poisson ratio, shear modulus and modular ratio for concrete.
Understand the difference between shrinkage, expansion and creep of concrete.
Learn about the fire resistance of concrete as well as high-performance, lightweight and fibrous concrete.
Who is this course for:
This course is intended for architects, engineers and people involved in construction.
This course is also great for anyone interested in learning more about structural reinforced concrete.
Prerequisites for concrete repair period:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and the course is taught from the beginning.