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Civil & Transportation Engineering

21
Feb
2017

21-02-2017 9:00 am - 24-02-2017 5:15 pm
Rs.23,000.00

INTRODUCTION:

Pavement Management System (PMS) is a system which defines the identification of optimum strategies at various management levels and maintains pavements at an adequate level of serviceability. It provides a framework to organize and carry out activities needed to provide, operate and maintain pavements throughout the life-cycle. The basic objective is to achieve the best possible value for the public funds in order to provide safe, comfortable, efficient and economic transportation system. This can only be accomplished by comparing investment alternatives, coordinating design, construction, maintenance and evaluation activities, and making efficient use of existing practices and knowledge to provide maximum satisfaction to the Road Users. It provides a good platform for planning, execution and maintenance of the Pavements. 

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07
Mar
2017

07-03-2017 9:00 am - 10-03-2017 5:30 pm
Rs.23,000.00

INTRODUCTION 

Most of the pavements constructed in the country in earlier years are bituminous, the initial performance levels of which are not encouraging, especially on corridors where the traffic volumes are high. The quality of our present roads cannot meet the needs of mass and rapid moving transportation system. Efforts are being made in the direction of building better performing pavements. The dream of realizing durable pavements, which need minimum maintenance, has partially been achieved with the advent of rigid pavements which score over their flexible counterparts with respect to performance levels. The preference of cement concrete pavements for the construction of Mumbai - Pune expressway, runway pavement structures and critical city streets stand as examples. However, due to high initial costs, rigid pavements have not attracted a place in many field applications. The tendency of rigid pavements, to distribute the load over larger area contributing to substantial structural strength by itself has helped towards realizing longer service life with minimum maintenance costs. With the vehicular traffic rising in India rapidly, there is an immediate need to adopt the latest techniques for road construction and to maintain the existing roads. It is now time to look into the latest developments and adopt them to maximum possible extent. Need of the hour is to reframe our road specifications, induct use of machinery in road construction and to introduce innovative methods of construction. To create awareness among the engineers as to how to make rigid pavements by adopting proper design procedures, material selection, construction techniques, quality control and adequate maintenance measures reducing the life-cycle costs, this 4-day programme on “Construction and Maintenance of Concrete Roads” is formulated to fulfill the needs of the agencies who are associated in formulation and developing the road construction in India. 
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13
Mar
2017

13-03-2017 9:00 am - 17-03-2017 5:30 pm
Rs.28,750.00
INTRODUCTION:
Management of the construction works in a project has become a vital point as it involves many components. This has to be tackled in an efficient manner for economic, timely and quality completion of any project. As the Construction Management is complex in nature, planning is to be done in advance duly taking into consideration, the various works involved, technical and non-technical skills
required, finances required, period of completion to see that every component is completed in time as per the requirements. As most of the projects are getting in trouble due to lack of proper planning and finances. It is desirable to have an effective management in construction of any project so as to get the benefits expected in time. Unless the officers involved in construction of projects and construction companies are properly trained in construction management, it is very difficult to manage the construction of any project.
Realizing the necessity, ESCI is organizing a 5-day training programme on Construction Management – Best Practices and Modern Technologies from 13 – 17 March, 2017. 
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22
Mar
2017

22-03-2017 9:00 am - 24-03-2017 5:30 pm
Rs.17,250.00

INTRODUCTION

Intelligent Transport System (ITS) is at the heart of what keeps us safe in our city’s roads and tunnel systems. ITS maximizes road network efficiency, capacity as well as monitor and manage traffic flow. A broad range of engineering disciplines, including city planning, highway engineering, transportation engineering, and traffic engineering are involved in the design of green, sustainable Intelligent Transportation System. Rather than replacing existing infrastructure, these systems are enhancement and improvements to our current transportation system. These systems use embedded intelligence to connect vehicles to each other, to various urban infrastructure and to a central command and control center. The main aim of this programme is to provide information on the latest developments, Trends & Applications in the area of Intelligent Transportation System.

Rs.17,250.00 50
25
Apr
2017

25-04-2017 9:00 am - 28-04-2017 5:30 pm
Rs.23,000.00

INTRODUCTION:

To keep a high level of structural safety, durability and performance of the infrastructure in each country, an efficient system for early and regular structural assessment is urgently required. The quality assurance during and after the construction of new structures, after reconstruction processes, the characterization of material properties and damage as a function of time and environmental influences is becoming a serious concern. In this age of computer modeling and analysis one might begin to think that structural testing of engineering designs. Tabulated data on material properties, limits of failure, safety factors, and other pertinent information already exist, so why bother with the trouble and expense of performing actual tests? Aren’t field testing laboratories for construction and civil engineering getting outdated? No. Raw materials are never consistent, construction and manufacturing processes are never perfect, and structural requirements constantly change with new applications, designs, and desired functionality. For these reasons, field and laboratory structural analysis, engineering design and testing, and materials engineering and testing will continue for as long as there is a need for structural engineering. Engineering Staff College of India (ESCI), keeping in view of the above requirements, is privileged to announce a programme on “Destructive & Non Destructive Testing Methods for Civil Engineering Structures” from 25 – 28 April, 2017.

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