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Course Name
Turkish Betonarme Yapılarda Kalıp & İskele
Course Code
INS 454 Credit Lecture
Semester 8
- 2 1 -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Beyza Taşkın
Course Objectives Description of classic and modern formwork systems; Their design and site application; Design methodologies and calculation procedures; Related codes
Course Description Basic components of formworks; surface elements; props; structural members; methodologies for foundation / wall / column / beam / slab formworks in classical and modern technics. Modern formwork systems: Climbing formwoks, Sliding formworks; Tunnel formworks. Effecting loads and design codes. Preparation of formwork desgin projects
Course Outcomes Starting with the introduction of basic components in formwork elements and progressing to complex formwork systems and their design procedures, engineering skills for adequate selection of formwork system related with the structural design are improved by this lecture. Considering the regulations in the major world-wide formwork codes, decision-maker engineers are aimed to be trained; especially serving in the construction sites. Supported with technical field trips and seminars from the experts, this lecture combines theory and application issues for the construction of any reinforced-concrete civil engineering structure.
Pre-requisite(s) INS322E MIN FF
Required Facilities
Other Technical Field Trip
Textbook ACI 347-78 (1977). Recommended Practice for Concrete Formfork.
Other References Lecturer's Notes
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