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Diploma In Concrete Technology l Be a Concrete Technologist
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Diploma In Concrete Technology l Be a Concrete Technologist
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 13.1 GB | Duration: 21h 32m

Master Course to Gain Deep Understanding of Cement , Concrete , Fresh Properties of Concrete & All about Concrete

What you'll learn
Cement & Its Types
Test to be conducted on Cement - Field Test + Lab Test
Manufacturing of Cement - Ingredients , Function & Properties of Cement
Admixtures- Chemical & Mineral
Workabiliy , Segregation & Bleeding
Production of Concrete - Batching to Finishing !
Requirements
NO

Description
Syllabus of the Course

Module-1 Concrete Ingredients Cement

Concrete Ingredients Cement -

Cement manufacturing process, steps to reduce carbon footprint, chemical composition and their importance, hydration of cement, types of cement. Testing of cement. Fine aggregate: Functions, requirement, Alternatives to River sand, M-sand introduction and manufacturing. Coarse aggregate: Importance of size, shape and texture. Grading and blending of aggregate. Testing on aggregate, requirement. Recycled aggregates Water - qualities of water. Chemical admixtures - plasticize-rs, accelerators, retarders and air entertaining agents. Mineral admixtures - Pozzolanic and cementitious materials, Fly ash, GGBS, silica fumes, Meta kaolin and rice husk-ash.

2. Module-2 Fresh Concrete Workability

Fresh Concrete Workability-

factors affecting work ability. Measurement of work ability-slump, Compaction factor and Vee-Bee Consistometer tests, flow tests. Segregation and bleeding. Process of manufacturing of concrete- Batching, Mixing, Transporting, Placing and Compaction. Curing - Methods of curing - Water curing, membrane curing, steam curing, accelerated curing, self- curing. Good and Bad practices of making and using fresh concrete and Effect of heat of hydration during mass concreting at project sites.

3. Module-3 Concrete Mix Proportioning

Concrete Mix Proportioning

Concept of Mix Design with and without admixtures, variables in proportioning and Exposure conditions, Selection criteria of ingredients used for mix design, Procedure of mix proportioning. Numerical Examples of Mix Proportioning using IS-10262:2019.

Concrete Technology

Concrete is a construction material composed of cement, fine aggregates (sand) and coarse aggregates mixed with water which hardens with time. Portland cement is the commonly used type of cement for production of concrete. Concrete technology deals with study of properties of concrete and its practical applications.

The main items we'll focus on in this course are:

Cement - Types & Roles of Different Ingredients

Manufacturing of Cement - Dry & Wet Process

The influence of admixtures and aggregates

Properties of fresh and hardened concrete

Work ability, settlement, bleeding and Segregation

Production of Concrete


Who this course is for:
Civil Engineeering students in Final & Pre final year
Civil Engineering Students Apprearing for Interviews
Students Having Keen Intrest in Concrete Technology
Students Who are about to Join Engineering Domain


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