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its about rebound hammer test and ultra sonic pulse velocity test.

its about rebound hammer test and ultra sonic pulse velocity test.

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  • 1. NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTING OF STRUCTURESFromSri Vasavi Institute of BYEngineering M.LAKSHMI SANJANA (3/4-B.E CIVIL)& Technology P.SAI PAVAN REDDY (3/4-B.E CIVIL)
  • 2. WHAT IS NON DESTRUCTIVETESTING? “Non Destructive testing are non invasive techniques to determine the integrity of a material, component or structure or quantitavely measure some characteristic of an object”.
  • 3. INTRODUCTION: For inspecting the defects on surface. Wide group of analysis techniques used in science &industry. Saves both the time &money. Use of this N.D.T in specialist high risk areas such as nuclear & sea shore structures , gas & oil pipelines.
  • 4. WHY WE ARE USINGN.D.T FOR STRUCTURE?
  • 5. WHY WE ARE USING N.D.T? It’s an assessment without doing harm, destroying the test. Plays crucial role in ensuring cost effective operation, safety and reliability of plant. Cost saving technique in quality assurance process.
  • 6. N.D.T METHODS Ultrasonic Testing (UT) Ultrasonic pulse velocity method Rebound hammer test Radiographic Testing (RT) Liquid penetrate Testing Magnetic particle Testing Electromagnetic Testing (ET)
  • 7. N.D.T TESTSUltrasonic Pulse Velocity test.Rebound Hammer test.
  • 8. ULTRA SONIC PULSE VELOCITY TEST
  • 9. Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity Test It measures the time of travel of an ultrasonic pulse passing through the concrete. The apparatus for ultrasonic pulse velocity measurement consists of the following:(a) Electrical pulse generator(b) Transducer – one pair(c) Amplifier(d) Electronic timing device
  • 10. How it works?• In ultrasonic testing, an ultrasound transducer connected to a diagnostic machine is passed over the object being inspected.• There are two methods of receiving the ultrasound waveform, reflection and attenuation.
  • 11. ULTRASONIC PULSEVELOCITY TESTReflection mode: Attenuation mode: The transducer  In attenuation mode, performs both the a transmitter sends sending and the ultrasound through receiving of the one surface, and a separate receiver pulsed waves as detects the amount the "sound" is that has reached it on reflected back to another surface after the device. traveling through the medium.
  • 12. • The pulse velocity method is an ideal tool for establishing whether concrete is uniform.• Applied to both existing structures and those under construction.• High pulse velocity readings are generally indicative of good quality concrete.
  • 13. Interpretation• To determine the quality & homogeneity of the concrete structures.• To determine the existence of the flaws ,cracks & voids in concrete structures. Table: Velocity Criterion for concrete Quality Grading (IS :13311 Part I ). S.No Pulse velocity in cross probing Concrete Quality (km/sec) Grading 1. Above 4.5 Excellent 2. 3.5 to 4.5 Good 3. 3.0 to 3.5 Medium 4. Below 3.0 Doubtful
  • 14. Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity Test Advantages: Disadvantages: High penetrating power. • Manual operation requires High sensitivity. careful attention by experienced technicians Greater accuracy • Difficulty in inspecting the Some capability in parts which are irregular. estimating the size , • Requirement of the shape , nature of the flaws. couplants. • Test objects should be portability water resistant.
  • 15. REBOUND HAMMER TEST
  • 16. REBOUND HAMMER TEST• This is a simple, handy tool, which can be used to provide a convenient and rapid indication of the compressive strength of concrete.
  • 17. Rebound Hammer test: The schematic diagram showing various parts of a rebound hammer were1.Concrete surface2.Impact spring3.Rider on guide rod4.Window and scale5.Hammer guide6. Release catch7.Compressive spring8.Locking button9.Housing10.Hammer mass
  • 18. PRINCIPLE•The elastic mass depends on the hardness of thesurface.•It is related to the compressive strength of the concrete.•The rebound value is designated as the rebound numberor rebound index.•The results are significantly affected by :A)Mix characteristics.B)Angle of inclination of direction of hammer.C)Member characteristics.
  • 19. cube compressive strength is N/sq.mm plotted againstrebound number
  • 20. A)Strength Assessment:To assess the relative strength of concrete based on the hardness.Casting cubes were tested under controlled conditions.This is due to hardening of concrete surface due to carbonation.It restricted to relatively new structures only.
  • 21. B)Survey of weak and delaminatingconcrete:It helps to identify relative surface weakness in cover concrete and to determine the relative compressive strength of concrete.This survey is carried by dividing the member into well-defined grid points.The grid matrix should have a spacing of approximately 300mm x 300mm.
  • 22. Procedure Should be tested against the test anvil. Apply light pressure on the plunger and allow it to extend to the ready position for the test. Apply a gradual increase in pressure until the hammer impacts. Take the average of about 15 readings.
  • 23. Rebound Hammer test:Advantages:•Assessing the likelycompressive strength ofconcrete .•Assessing the quality ofconcrete in relation tostandard requirements.
  • 24. Interpretation of Results: The rebound reading on the indicator scale has been calibrated by the manufacturer of the rebound hammer for horizontal impact. Average Rebound Number Quality of Concrete >40 Very good hard layer 30 to 40 Good layer 20 to 30 Fair < 20 Poor concrete 0 DelaminatedTable:- Average Rebound number and quality of concrete
  • 25. CONCLUSION For better maintenance of existing concretestructures, there are still more tests have to be done.