Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Spencer Engineering Building, Room SEB 3083 Western University Tel: 519-661-2111 ext. 88308 Fax: 519-661-3779 firstname.lastname@example.org
CEE9571 – Advanced Concrete Technology. Cement hydration and microstructure. Rheology of cement-based materials. Mechanical properties and dimensional stability of concrete. Special concretes: high-performance concrete, self-compacting concrete, shotcrete, lightweight concrete, fibre-reinforced concrete, polymer-modified concrete. Introduction to advanced laboratory techniques including: scanning electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction, DSC-TGA analysis, calorimetry, mercury intrusion porosimetry, laser diffraction particle size analysis, and BET surface area measurement. 2 hours; half course; one term.
CEE9598 – Durability, Monitoring and Rehabilitation of Concrete Structures. This course is intended to provide graduate students with practical experience in identifying mechanisms of degradation of concrete structures, understanding the potential causes of such degradation, and developing repair strategies that can efficiently and economically extend the service life of deteriorated structures. 2 hours; half course; one term.
CEE 2202a/b – Mechanics of Materials I
CEE 3369a/b – Civil Engineering Materials
International Short Courses (By Invitation)
Construction Materials for Buildings and Bridges Offered in Au-Dhabi by the Abu-Dhabi Public Works Department, May 2006.
Building Preventive Measures: Standards and Procedures, Offered to Engineers and Architects, Abu Dhabi, scheduled November 4-8, 2006.
Structural Systems for Building Materials: Selection and Behaviour. Offered by the Abu-Dhabi Public Works Department to Engineers and Architects, Nov. 2005
Inspection, Assessment and Repair of Concrete Structures. Offered in Dubai, UAE to Engineers and Architects, November 2005.