With the rapid global infrastructure development, there is a new focus on sustainable usage of concrete. Using Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCM) like silica fume, pulverized fuel ash or ground granulated blast furnace slag to replace or compliment cement is one practical area to achieve sustainability which is gaining importance.
Target Audiences - Owners, Architects, Engineers, Resident Technical Officers, Site Supervisors will experience handling more demanding and complex projects in current development projects and may involve working with SCM. This course also provide information on the nature of these SCM and the resulting properties of concrete batched using such materials to participants to allow them to better execute their projects.
1.1 Nature and properties of microsilica
1.2 Influence on key properties of concrete
1.3 Influence on durability
1.4 Engineering properties of concrete using silica fume
1.5 Handling silica fume batched concrete
1.6 Specialized application using silica fume
Pulverized Fuel Ash (PFA)
2.1 Nature and properties of PFA
2.2 Influences on key properties of concrete
2.3 Influences on durability
2.4 Engineering properties of concrete using PFA
2.5 Handling PFA batched concrete
2.6 Specialized application using PFA
Ground Granulated Blastfurnace Slag (GGBS)
3.1 Nature and properties of GGBS
3.2 Influences on key properties of concrete
3.3 Influences on durability
3.4 Engineering properties of concrete using GGBS
3.5 Handling GGBS batched concrete
3.6 Specialized application using GGBS
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SkillsFuture Credit (SFC) & Union Training Assistance Programme (UTAP)
6 STU (Structural) / 6 PDU / 6 (CEng) PDU - All Confirmed
Lee Jing Min (Ms)
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Fee inclusive of GST, course materials & Light refreshments.
Limited seats available (first-come-first-served basis).
Certificate of Attendance will be given to participants with 100% attendance.
If payment via Cheque, should be made payable to :"Engineers Singapore Pte Ltd"
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