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Booking is now open for 38CCS: The Institute of Materials Minerals and Mining annual cement and concrete science meeting which will be held this year at Coventry University, in the Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing building.
There are still a few places for poster contributions available. Please contact the organisers at:
The reception desk will be open from 5pm on Sunday, drinks and snacks reception on ECB roof. Drinks from 6pm.
Good road condition provides the accessibility, safety, and quality of life for urban communities that are very important to shape urban policies. The condition of England’s Roads has been a matter of public concern for a number of years and most of the local roads in England are at an advanced state of deterioration.
This research will be implemented in three steps: simulation of traffic loads; performance modelling of road infrastructure incorporating climate change and flood impacts; and lifecycle optimisation of long term budget allocation and scheduling of interventions.
Fighting poverty in developing nations is key to economic development, social stability and people’s wellbeing. Inadequate investment in road infrastructure and improper provision of road infrastructure contribute to the poor economic development and lack of reliable provision of effective transportation for adequate movement of people to the job market, to health and educational facilities or to the goods market.
This research will develop a rutting model that uses a rheological model based on permanent deformation results obtained in laboratory. This model will take into account the dynamic loads coming from vehicles, the viscoelastic behaviour of bituminous materials and the presence of surface treatment or micro-surfacing used for maintenance.
The project aims to support Vocational Education and Training (VET) provision for site managers in C&D waste by: addressing modern training needs in accordance with EU priorities regarding waste management, and developing Open Educational Resources (OERs) that ensure easy and free access to on-line training and certification.
Start time: 08:30
End Date: 11/09/2018
End time: 17:00
Engineering and Computing Building, Gulson Road, CV1 2JH