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A Case study of Non-Destructive Techniques in Retrofitting of MP Govt. Water Tank & Buildings Structures


Praveen Barpate , SSSUTMS Sehore; Dr. Ajay Swarup, SSSUTMS Sehore


RCC Overhead Water Tanks, Non-Destructive Techniques in Retrofitting


This report of Deterioration of Strength of RCC overhead water tanks and Residential Buildings using Rebound Hammer as dissertation is done for the purpose that how the deterioration in strength varies with age of construction and varies with respect to other factors affecting them. Retrofitting of RCC overhead water tanks and the public building is to be done on priority basis for public welfare and to minimize loss of life and property. In Retrofitting of the structure the NDT is to be carried out during the initial investigations, as these tests provide the various properties of the existing concrete easily without damage the existing structure and based on these test results the retrofitting measures are to be suggested. This study is related to RCC Columns. Hence, the results are concluded with the percentage Retrofitting affected by the age and some other factors. The NDT was led again after the finishing of retrofitting of the structure. This case study analysis displays the utilization of standard and inventive repair materials, proper innovation, workmanship, and quality control for effective repair, reinforcing and reclamation of harmed structures.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV5I70032
Published in: Volume : 5, Issue : 7
Publication Date: 01/10/2017
Page(s): 298-300

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