Developments in structural concrete conference 2021

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Date published

16 February 2022

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Developments in structural concrete conference 2021

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Author
Date published
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Author

Various

Date published

16 February 2022

Author

Various

Price

Free

Concrete structures: new trends for eco-efficiency and performance.

Presentations from the 2021 fibUK developments in structural concrete conference are now available to view on-demand.  

Structural engineers and academics share current research and best practice including practical examples. Hear from international speakers and industry experts across three sessions dedicated to fib bulletins, research and projects:

  • Updates on fib bulletins 86, 92 and 96, including the serviceability limit state of concrete structures
  • The latest research on early thermal cracking and more
  • Case studies: Bletchley Viaduct and Hinkley Point C

Reasons to view:

  • Gain insight into current industry research
  • Learn what the future holds for eco-efficiency and performance
  • Understand how to approach integrating eco-efficiency into your designs

Keynote address: The past, present and future of prefabrication David Fernández-Ordóñez, Secretary General - fib

Low carbon concrete frames Emily Halliwell, Structural Engineer - MPA The Concrete Centre

Early thermal cracking Abobakr Elwakeel, Imperial College London & Muhammad Kashif Shehzad, University of Leeds

Concrete Infrastructure Research Group Janet Lees, Professor of Civil Engineering - University of Cambridge

Strengthening of shear critical RC beams using mortar-based composites Xiangsheng Liu, PhD student – Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Nottingham

Bulletin 86: Safety and performance concept Alfred Strauss, Professor of Structural Mechanics - University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna & Associate Editor - Journal of Bridge Engineering

Bulletin 92: Serviceability limit state of concrete structures György Balázs, Honorary President - fib

Bulletin 96: Guidelines for submerged floating tube bridges Gordon Jackson, Lead Designer of Offshore

Bletchley Viaduct: safe by design Oliver Breen – Lead Designer, East West Rail Alliance - Atkins SNC Lavalin & Alex Heward, Project Manager, East West Rail Alliance - Laing O’Rourke

Hinkley Point C: digital delivery in practice Steve Burton – UK Digital Delivery Lead, Atkins & Dave Cotton - Technical Director, Atkins

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