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TALK [2CPD] :Rebar detection and reinforced concrete floor thickness estimation using Ground Penetrating Radar

From April 02, 2020 6:30 pm until April 02, 2020 8:30 pm
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Evening talk:

Rebar detection and reinforced concrete floor thickness estimation using Ground Penetrating Radar

 

Date:     2nd April 2020 (Thursday)

Time:    6.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m.

Venue:  IEM Penang Secretariat

 

Synopsis

Floor structure, typically made from reinforced concrete material, has been increasingly used in building and infrastructure application to carry designed dead and imposed loads acting on it. The need for quality and condition assessment monitoring of such structure after its construction is a vital issue with the engineers. Monitoring parameters such as floor thickness evaluation and the mapping of rebar detailing are the interest of the assessment.

Typically, slab thickness evaluation is done by using Ultra-sonic pulse echo and the embedded rebar detailing were detected using the cover meter. This common practice is of time consuming, point wise and costly method especially for large and long slab areas. An innovative non-destructive, high-resolution subsurface imaging technique (Ground Penetrating Radar) has been used to monitor the reinforced cement concrete flooring structures parameters to overcome the existing limitations. It has substantially reduced manpower requirement, time, money and traffic disturbances.

 

Biodata of Speaker

Mr. Syahrul Fithry Bin Senin, is a senior lecturer at Faculty of Civil Engineering, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Pulau Pinang.  Started his career in 2004, he has been involved in Non-Destructive Test (NDT) works on reinforced concrete structures for 9 years.

His main expertise is on detecting and quantifying concrete damage features by using NDT equipment such as Ground Penetrating Radar, Cover meter, Rebound Hammer etc. His main current research work is to identify and classify the reinforced concrete damage features by Artificial Neural Network based on images data.

 

 

REGISTRATION

  • Closing Date: Registration should reach us latest by 26 Mar 2020 or when registration is full, whichever is earlier.
  • Walk-in registration will only be accepted if vacant seat is available.
  • Registered member participant shall attend the seminar himself/herself personally. In the event a representative has been sent to attend, the representative must be a member of the same grade, otherwise the difference in registration fee must be paid before admission is allowed.
  • Attendance by representative will not be issued with the Certificate of Attendance.
  • All participants are to present their NRIC card for verification upon signing for attendance.
  • Fee is non-refundable and non-transferable.
  • If fail to attend the event, the fee paid will not be refunded.

 

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Non-IEM Member

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(> 65 years)

FOC

RM 20

RM 30

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Payment Mode

Internet banking (GIRO) / Cash  / Cheque make payable to “The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia” and bank-in to : CIMB BANK Account #: 80 0762026 7

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Banking Info

Bank name: CIMB BANK BERHAD

Bank Address: MENARA BHL, NO.51, JALAN SULTAN AHMAD SHAH, 10050 PENANG

Bank Account Number: 80-0762026-7

Account Name: The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia