Building materials

Přednášející

Alena Vimmrová

2 2435 7126

Kancelář: A329

Martin Böhm

2 2435 7128

Kancelář: A317

Cvičící

Lukáš Fiala

2 2435 7125

Kancelář: A328

Václav Kočí

2 2435 7125

Kancelář: A328

Informace o předmětu

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Subject is taught  in  winter semester only.

Weekly load: 2 hour lecture/week + 2 hour seminar /week 

Main aim of course is giving basic information about the structure and properties of the building materials and about their testing methods on the base of the contemporary knowledge and materials engineering approach. The laboratory work (exercise) consists in the testing of building materials from the point of view of physically - chemical properties and their quality control.

 

LECTURES

  • Lectures in winter semester 2021/2022 will be held in room A 229, Thursday 10.00 or online via MS Teams (according to the actual situation)
  • Lectures summary
  • Sign in MS Teams:
    • login: username@cvut.cz + Password CTU
    • TeamB211-123BM01

SEMINARS

Seminars in winter semester 2021/2022: Thursday 12:00, A336 + laboratories or online via MS Teams

Content of seminars:

  • 5 laboratory lessons
  • 4 theoretical seminars
  • 2 calculation exercises 

Programme of seminars in winter semester 2021/2022 

The laboratory reports and students prezentation will be uploaded to Moodle (https://moodle-vyuka.cvut.cz/, SSO login).

Laboratory lessons

  • in laboratories (according Programme) 
  • preparation for the lesson according instructions + short test

Direct download of instructions and forms for laboratory lessons:

LAB 1:Testing of Cement -part I. Textbook - Chapter 12
LAB 2: Testing of Aggregates. Textbook - Chapter 14 
LAB 3: Testing of Cement - part II. Textbook - Chapter 13 
LAB 4: Modulus of Elasticity. Textbook - Chapter 15 
LAB 5 + 6: Tensile strength + Thermal Conductivity. Textbook - Chapter 16

 

Theoretical seminars


Seminar S1: Materials for vertical bearing structures
Seminar S2: Materials for horizontal constructions, roofs and claddings.
Seminar S3: Materials for thermal insulations.
Seminar S4: Materials for waterproofing and coatings.

Calculation problems

Calculation of typical  types of exam problems.
P1: Basic physical properties, moisture content, granulometry .
P2: Strength, modulus of elasticity, concrete mixture proposal

 

Assessment conditions:

  • participation at seminars 75 % (i.e. 9 lessons) - attendance will be checked
  • absence at laboratory lessons with leave only - substitution according to the teachers instruction (absence without leave - no assesment)
  • in time upload of presentation to Moodle (one week before online presentation)
  • successful presentation at the relevant theoretical seminar
    • in the case of your absence or insufficient presentation the larger essay will be required
  • 5 correct test protocols in Moodle

 

Laboratory rules 

 

EXAM

General information about exam.

 

LITERATURE

  • Lectures 
  • The only allowed test aid
  • Somayaji, S.: Civil engineering materials. 2nd ed. - Prentice Hall, 2001
  • Soutsos M., Domone, P.: Construction Materials. Their Nature And Behaviour, Taylor &Francis Group; 2017, ISBN 9781498741101.
  • Mouton, Yves: Organic Materials in Civil Engineering, ISTE Ltd. 2006, ISBN: 978-1-905-20911-8 
  • Haimei Zhang: Building Materials in Civil Engineering. Woodhead Publishing 2011, ISBN 978-1-84569-955-0
  • Aitcin, P., C., High Performance Concrete (Modern Concrete Technology), CRC Press 1998, ISBN-13: 978-0419192701