Review Papers | Civil Engineering | India | Volume 11 Issue 1, January 2022
Uniformity Formulation in Structural Audit Reporting of RCC Building (Civil Domain Part 1)
P. Khedkar | P. A. Dode
Abstract: The future of the structure whether to be rehabilitated/repair or demolished is dependent on the conclusion of the Audit report. Standard system must be devised that will serve as a protocol for assessing the degree of deterioration of the structure. This standard system must include uniformity which will be followed by all the Structural auditors, so that the conflict of opinion must not transpire. The objective of uniformity formulation is to design rating system which is objective. The subjective analysis should be kept as minimum as possible. This paper reviews first part in which different research papers have been accessed, defining the different types of distress, characteristics of material in civil domain (Wall, Plaster, Water Leakage, Plumbing) which would be incorporated in the 2nd part. All the findings reported in this field are presented and further research opportunities and challenges are also discussed in this review.
Keywords: Structural audits, Cracks, Blistering, Efflorescence, Joints, Relative Humidity, Modulus of elasticity, Shrinkage, Porosity, Toughness, Loads, Rehabilitation, Crack resistance, Capillarity, Strain rate, Tension, Durability, Seepage, Uniformity
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 1, January 2022,
Pages: 705 - 709
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P. Khedkar, P. A. Dode, "Uniformity Formulation in Structural Audit Reporting of RCC Building (Civil Domain Part 1)", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR22110190321, Volume 11 Issue 1, January 2022, 705 - 709, #ijsrnet
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