2 Day Workshop on Design, Construction and Waterproofing of Liquid Retaining Structures

2 Day Workshop

Date: July 26 – 27, 2019, Friday & Saturday

Venue: The Rialto Hotel, Seshadri Road, Bengaluru

About the Workshop

This 2 day workshop is planned to give you an overview of the subject of liquid retaining structures. Spread over two days, the workshop features lectures from various experts in the field of design, construction and waterproofing of liquid retention structures.

It begins with a state of the art review of various forms employed for the construction of water towers as well as Ground level reservoirs. The analysis and design of both towers as well as near ground structures are governed by IS Code 3370 in addition to other codes that govern the material of choice and the loading on it.

Depending of their purpose and configuration, liquid retention structures may be subject to special loadings that are unique. Special aspects such as cracking also are additional concerns in the durability of liquid retention structures. The therefore mandates that flexural sections in contact with water remain uncracked and therefore only a working stress analysis is permitted. Lectures from experts cover these and various others aspects involved in the design of liquid retention structures.

Waterproofing the liquid contact surface is another aspect that impacts durability and require both skill in application and specialty chemicals for durability and impermeability. The application of chemicals is also an imperative during restoration and rehabilitation of distressed and damaged structures. Experts from the chemical industry will address these issues and give practical solutions and durable answers to everyday concerns.

Register for this valuable 2-day workshop to hear from experts and also get a chance to clarify your doubts in the subject over the course of the 2 days. This is valuable educational engagement for every budding engineer and must for any professional dealing with liquid retention structures in the course of his professional involvement.

Organised By: INSTRUCT