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Webinar series: NDT Investigations of Timber, Concrete and other building materials
A two-part webinar series by Screening Eagle Technologies and MAEK Consulting Pte Ltd, in collaboration with ACI Singapore Chapter.

- 11th May - Part 1 – Building Pathology: Making the Invisible Visible with NDT & Non-Destructive Assessment of Timber Structures.

This webinar introduces non-destructive testing (NDT) techniques for building pathology for typical defects in buildings and heritage timber structures through case studies. NDT techniques - such as infrared thermography, ultrasonic testing, microwave testing, electrical testing and ground penetrating radar - are often used to complement each other for more comprehensive diagnosis and to minimise destructive tests. Proper selection of techniques, measurement parameters and analysis are critical for accurate and comprehensive diagnosis.

- 21st May - Part 2 – NDT for Concrete Investigation.

Investigation and assessment of concrete often calls for use of NDT techniques for the reason that these cause the least damage. The assessment of various types of building materials is critical in determining the condition, cause of defects and more importantly to determine the remaining service life and repair needs. Case studies of NDT applied to concrete will be shared. The correlations between NDT techniques (such as half-cell, resistivity, linear polarization etc.) and laboratory tests are also carried as part of the assessment.
You can choose to attend one or more of the following webinars.


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Speakers

Mr Wong Chung Wan, M. Sc, B. Eng.
Technical Director @MAEK Consulting Pte Ltd
Mr Wong has more than 30 years of extensive experience in materials consultancy, building envelope, building diagnosis and audit consulting works. He has undertaken a large number of projects providing third party advisory and consulting services in building pathology, conservation and restoration of historical buildings, materials evaluation and environmental studies. In the course of this work, Mr Wong has addressed numerous issues on durability and sustainability in both the design and construction stages such as service life prediction, durability study, maintainability, life cycle assessment (LCA) and conservation and restoration of buildings. Mr Wong has co-authored Building Facades: A Guide to Common Defects in Tropical Climates and presented at several conservation conferences locally and overseas. He has also served as technical expert and expert witness.