NOC:Advanced Topics in the Science and Technology of Concrete


Lecture 1 - Calcium sulfoaluminate cement-based binder: Properties and application


Lecture 2 - Micro-structural characterisation of cementitious materials - Part 1


Lecture 3 - Micro-structural characterisation of cementitious materials - Part 2


Lecture 4 - Micro-structural characterisation of cementitious materials - Part 3


Lecture 5 - Interview with Prof Karen Scrivener


Lecture 6 - Performance of Fiber reinforced materials


Lecture 7 - Ultra-High performance concrete (UHPC): Material design and properties - Part 1


Lecture 8 - Ultra-High performance concrete (UHPC): Material design and properties - Part 2


Lecture 9 - Closed-Loop testing - Part 1


Lecture 10 - Closed-Loop testing - Part 2


Lecture 11 - Uni-axial tensile test of textile reinforced concrete (TRC) panel


Lecture 12 - Fiber reinforced concrete: Notched beam flexural test


Lecture 13 - Strain softening response of concrete Under uniaxial compression


Lecture 14 - Tension test of 7-wire steel strand


Lecture 15 - Bond Test of Strand-concrete System


Lecture 16 - Interview with Prof. S. P. Shah


Lecture 17 - Introduction to concrete durability


Lecture 18 - Sulphate attack of concrete


Lecture 19 - Development and performance approach for durability and service life production for structures


Lecture 20 - Colorimetric test to assess carbonation resistance in concrete


Lecture 21 - Experiments on durability index: Rapid chloride permeability test, Oxygen permeability test, and Water Sorptivity test


Lecture 22 - Prof. Mark Alexander


Lecture 23 - Chloride induced corrosion and service life of reinforced concrete structures - Part 1


Lecture 24 - Chloride induced corrosion and service life of reinforced concrete structures - Part 2


Lecture 25 - Corrosion control and cathodic protection of steel reinforcement: Past, present, and future


Lecture 26 - LCA of cement and concrete - Part 1


Lecture 27 - LCA of cement and concrete - Part 2


Lecture 28 - 8. Chloride threshold testing using linear polarization resistance (LPR) and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS)


Lecture 29 - Interview with Prof George Sergi