Methodology for Prevention and Repair of Cracks in BuildingJournal
: GRD Journal for Engineering (Vol.3, No. 3)
Publication Date: 2018-03-01
Authors : Dimpy B. Patel; Shyam Doshi; Kevina B. Patel; Kajal B. Patel; Pinal D. Mavani;
Page : 52-58
Keywords : Crack; Structural Failure; Concrete; Causes; Prevention; Repair technique; Epoxy; Grouting;
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Cracks in building are a common occurrence. It affects the stability and appearance of buildings. So, it is important to understand the cause of cracks and the effective measures should be taken for prevention. Though cracks in concrete cannot be prevented entirely but they can be prevented by using proper material and technique of construction and considering criteria. Sometimes water penetrates through cracks in building and cause severe damage to building. There are many reason of occurrence of cracks like moisture, thermal movement, elastic deformation, chemical reaction, foundation movement, vegetation and earthquake. We all dream of a house structurally safe and aesthetically beautiful but it is not so easy. So, timely identification of such cracks and adopting preventive measures is essential. In this paper, we will discuss about the methodology for prevention and repair of cracks in building. This research paper also gives information about result of Rebound Hammer Test and Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity Test for determining strength of concrete. Because strength of concrete is also an influencing factor for repairing cracks in building. So, we can say if crack repair is assumed to be building of structure then this paper can be assumed as foundation of it.
Citation: Dimpy B. Patel, Bhagwan Mahavir College Of Engineering And Technology; Shyam Doshi ,Bhagwan Mahavir College Of Engineering And Technology; Kevina B. Patel ,Bhagwan Mahavir College Of Engineering And Technology; Kajal B. Patel ,Bhagwan Mahavir College Of Engineering And Technology; Pinal D. Mavani ,Bhagwan Mahavir College Of Engineering And Technology. "Methodology for Prevention and Repair of Cracks in Building." Global Research and Development Journal For Engineering 33 2018: 52 - 58.
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