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Structural Rehabilitation of Bridges

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After participating in the course, you will be able to:

  • Better understand the application of the Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code
  • Apply state-of-the-art and innovative techniques for bridge rehabilitation and strengthening
  • Boost your technical library with numerical examples for bridge evaluation and rehabilitation

Bridges need to be rehabilitated for causes such as deteriorations due to environmental effects, deficiencies in the original design or construction or the need to carry heavier vehicular loads. Those responsible for maintaining bridges need to keep abreast of the latest techniques available for assessing the condition of their structures, as well as the methods and techniques for repairing or strengthening them.

You will focus on the technical aspects of bridge rehabilitation, such as the use of bridge inspection equipment, condition survey procedures and the latest practical methods for repairing and strengthening existing bridges. The course will provide excellent exposure of the Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code.

Program Outline

  • Typical damage of bridge structures
  • CHBDC assessment & evaluation techniques
  • Bridge condition assessment
  • Rehabilitation of concrete & concrete-steel bridge superstructures
  • Use of FPP composites in rehabilitation

Who Should Attend
Bridge rehabilitation Engineers • Structural Designers & Inspectors • Managers • Consulting Engineers • Superintendents & Contractors • Fabricators and material suppliers • Material testing personnel • Regulatory Agency staff

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