MMC Webinar: New Approach for Concrete Early Strength Estimation by Maturity Method
In Hong Kong, the most typical method adopted to determine the in-situ strength of concrete is to make test cubes from fresh concrete and then carry out compression testing for those concrete cubes. Could you imagine the contractors can utilize a concrete sensor to gain inside knowledge of what exactly is happening in their concrete, like a health monitor stuck inside producing vital readouts of the inner workings of the mix reporting on temperature, and analyzing data to estimate maturity levels?
Actually, the Maturity Method is a well-proven non-destructive testing approach with more than 20 years of application throughout the world. Major signature projects such as bridge structures have employed the method without any negative implications having been identified. CIC has recently published “The Reference Materials – Maturity Method for Estimation of Concrete Strength Practical Guideline (2021)” in order to facilitate the implementation of this technology in the local market.
This “Modern Method of Construction” (MMC) webinar will have 2 honorable speakers Ir Andy Wong, Head of Digital G, Gammon Construction Limited and Mr. Nuno Filipe Ferreira, Associate of Building Envelope and Materials, Arup to share the insights about the adoption of the maturity method and the outcomes of the works carried out for the practical guideline respectively.
Date: 13 May 2022 (Fri)
Time: 16:00 - 17:15
Fee: Free of Charge
Ir Andy Wong, Head of Digital G, Gammon Construction Limited
Mr. Nuno Filipe Ferreira, Associate, Arup
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