Asset Management for Civil Engineering Works and Networksetworks( HOE / Master HE) - 5EUS5GPO
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Number of hours
Lectures : 23.0
Tutorials : 23.0
Laboratory works : 12.0
ECTS : 5.0
Understanding of modeling tools used to describe the change over time of structures and their functioning
Developing strategies for monitoring, assessment and diagnosis of civil engineering structures and networks (water and wastewater networks, dams, dikes, tunnels and railways)
Knowledge of physical phenomena of degradation of materials and structures, knowledge of the main pathologies
Being able to choose among the main techniques for structures rehabilitation and to know the respective impact on their serviceability and safety.
Contact Frédéric DUFOUR
The course presents an overview of the problems of asset management that owners of numerous structures and networks are facing and that require engineering tools appropriate to the scale of analysis. The module thus covers methodological aspects (using concepts from the decision support) for the determination of the health status of a structure or a network that changes over time based on the objective analysis of the results of programmed inspection as well as more specific diagnosis surveillance. It also aims at presenting all the physical phenomena that explain the gradual deterioration of structures and reducing their safety or serviceability. Finally, using case studies in different areas (dams, dikes, networks, ...) it provides the technological elements of the rehabilitation process.
notions of hydrology, hydraulics and civil engineering