The Estonian Concrete Association in co-operation with Tallinn University of Technology is organizing a further training course "The Basics tof Concrete", which will be conducted in Russian on 14 February and in Estonian on 7-9 March at Tallinn University of Technology, Ehitajate tee 5.
The training course in Russian will take place on 14 February, 2022 at Tallinn University of Technology..
Registration is open until 7 Feburary.
The price is 170 € + VAT. Registration form
14 February 2022, U03-112
9:00-10:30 Introduction, terminology and concrete environmental classes.
11:00-12:30 The main properties of concrete. How the ingredients of concrete affect the properties of concrete. Additives.
13:15-14:45 Problems during summer concreting
15:00-16:30 Problems during winter concreting
The training course in Estonian will last three days on 7-9 March, 2022 at Tallinn University of Technology..
Registration is open until 28 February.
The price is 290 € + VAT. Registration form
7.03.2022 – U02-309
9:00-10:30 Introduction, brief overview of the concrete history, terminology and environmental classes of concrete. Tanel Tuisk, lecturer
11:00-12:30 Dispersion of concrete properties. Selection of concrete composition, ingredients, their impact on the properties of concrete. Additives. Tanel Tuisk, lecturer
13:15-14:45 Basic properties of concrete mix, methods for determining consistency and consistency classes. Tanel Tuisk, lecturer
15:00-16:30 Compressive strength of concrete, factors influencing it. Tanel Tuisk, lecturer
8.03.2022 – U02-309
9:00-10:30 Cements for the manufacture of concrete. Lembi Raado, professor emeritus
11:00-12:30 The effect of concrete curing conditions on the properties of concrete. Lembi Raado, professor emeritus
13:15-14:45 Requirements for fine and coarse aggregates for concrete and their test methods. Tanel Tuisk, lecturer
15:00-16:30 Basis for the certification of concrete mixes and ready-mix concrete products. Toomas Laur, associate professor emeritus
9.03.2022 – U02-309
9:00-10:30 Factory production control audit - what and how. Mattias Põldaru, civil engineer
11:00-12:30 Capabilities and accredited test methods for building materials research and testing laboratories. Mattias Põldaru, civil engineer
12:30-13:15 Lunch break
13:15-14:45 Testing and assessment of the knowledge of participants. Mattias Põldaru, civil engineer
14:45-15:30 Discussion. The end of the training course, issuing of certificates. Representative of the Estonian Concrete Association and Tallinn University of Technology