Webinar – Side Effects – Concrete Repair Durability and Specifications
All concrete structures must be managed and maintained to achieve the required operational service life. Existing concrete structures in Australasia can suffer from significant deterioration due to corrosion of the reinforcement which causes spalling of the concrete and eventually threatens the structural integrity.
To accomplish durable repairs, it is imperative to examine the factors affecting the design and selection of repair systems as an interwoven composite systems. A precise specification of concrete repairs is one of the critical factors that dictate the success of any repair process. Deterioration of concrete is a complex matter, influenced by numerous physical, chemical, mechanical, and environmental factors. This makes each concrete repair a little bit unique from the previous. Repairs are costly, time-consuming, and disruptive, so ensure you get it right the first time without any Side Effects.
Date: 22 April 2021 11am AEST
Cost: $22 for Members, $33 for non-members, free for students.
Zoom link will be provided to all registrants prior to the event.
Your presenter is Hamid Khan, past president of ACRA, and is a forensic engineering specialist and industry-recognised specialist in structural concrete repairs. Hamid is the National Product and Specification Manager at Fosroc.