Steel Tensile Test

The Steel Tensile Test is used to determine yield strength, ultimate strength, and fracture strength of existing steel members. In the testing process, samples are taken from the steel members in structures such as factory roof trusses or parking roof trusses. The results of the Steel Tensile Test will be used in further analyses and evaluations of the structures.

Load Carrying Capacity Testing

Load Carrying Capacity Testing (Load Testing) is the approach to verify the strength of structures by the installation of real load. The deformations of structures are monitored and the linear elastic response with minimum permanent deformation are expected from sound structures. This approach is the best way to ensure that structures will carry the expected load.

Concrete Coring Test

Concrete Coring Test 1 2 3 4 5 6 The Concrete Coring Test is the most effective assessment of the compressive strength of concrete. The concrete sample at the site will be cored using a coring machine and then tested in the laboratory. The test yields high accuracy. However, it must be noted here that […]

Structural Assessment

Structural Assessment Service 1 2 3 4 5 Structural assessment includes Visual Inspection Test Settlement Survey Damage Mapping Rebound Hammer Test Concrete Coring Test Ferro Scan Test (Rebar Scan) Hardness Test Steel Tensile Test Corrosion Test Pull-out and Shear Test Carbonation Test Parallel Seismic Test Pile Integrity Test Foundation Survey Pile Location Detection Void inside […]

Parallel seismic test

Parallel Seismic Test 1 2 3 The Parallel Seismic Test is a non-destructive test used to determine the pile length when the details of the foundation are no longer available, or when the constructed pile length is questionable. Test equipment consists of accelerometers, an impact hammer, and the data acquisition system (DAQ). The hammer is […]

Ferroscan test

Ferro Scan test and covermeter 1 2 3 4 5 6 The Ferro Scan Test or Electromagnetic Cover Measurement is one of the non-destructive tests used to determine the positions and the quantity of reinforcement steel inside concrete members. This test can be used to inspect old buildings which do not have structural drawings or […]

Building vibration caused by machines operation

Large machine operations can cause vibration to the supporting platforms as well as the sheltering structures. Vibration is measured, and evaluation is made accordingly. In an example case of this, undertaken by RE, when the machines in the premises started operating, strong vibration was observed in the sheltering structure, and large deformation was visualized in long-slender steel columns. The reason was found to be an accidentally matching between machine vibration frequency and 1st natural frequency of the columns. Resonance therefore occurred.

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