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SKAA 2112

CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALS


SEK 02
MONDAYS 2:00 – 4:00 PM
M48 302
M50 Lecture Room 1
Dr Abdullah Zawawi bin Awang
M50-02-31-01
Tel: 07-5538692 (off) 019-7107185
Materials for construction
concrete
timber
reinforcement – steel
bricks
aggregates
glass
pvc
pile
tile
plywood
sand
zink
fiber
FRP
paint
rubber/plastic
asphalt
clay
silicon
iron
aluminium
strainsteel
Civil Engineering
• Consists of:
– Analysis
– Design
– Construction
– Maintenance
– Inspection
– Management

Of diverse infrastructure projects


INFRASTRUCTURE
INFRASTRUCTURE
Construction
• Under or above ground
• Offshore
• Inland
• Mile-deep valley
• Flat terrain
• Rocky mountains
• Clayey soil
What Engineers Need to KNOW?

• Type of materials
• Concrete
• Timber
• Masonry
• Steel
• Characteristics of materials
• Physical – texture, surface
• Engineering – strength (compressive, tensile etc.)
• Durability – long-term performance
• Applications of the materials
• Structural – carry external load
• Non-Structural – no external load
OBJECTIVE
After taking this course student will/must be able
to:

Identify, recognize and discuss the properties and


characteristics of different types of civil
engineering materials together with the selection
of materials for applications in practice
LEARNING OUTCOMES

1) Able to describe and discuss the properties and


behaviour of different types of civil engineering
materials

2) Able to use and select the type of materials to be


used in different applications
Generic Skill Assessed

• LO8 – Lifelong Learning

Items:

1)Assigned Research or Gathering Information

2) Enhance Passion for Learning


GENERIC SKILLS ADDRESSED

1) Students are able to communicate and express


ideas effectively with confidence

2) Students are able to work in a team

3) Students are able to respond and adapt to


changing situations
Course Contents

 Cement
 Aggregates
 Water
 Admixtures – chemical and pozzolanic
 Concrete – fresh and hardened, on site
 Concrete mix proportions
 Destructive and Non-destructive tests

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TOPICS (Continue)

 Timber
 Masonry - Bricks and blocks
 Metal - Ferrous and non-ferrous
 Other construction materials – polymer, glass,
FRP, ferrocement etc.
Course Note Level 1

• The course contents are described in detail in


Course Note Level 1
ASSESSMENT

1)Test 1 – 15% (week 6)


2)Test 2 – 15% (week 13)
3)Assignment – 20%
4)Final Exam – 50%

TOTAL – 100%
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TEXT BOOK

Introduction to Civil Engineering Materials


By A.R. Mohd.Sam et. al.
Third Edition
(Koperasi UTM)
OTHER REFERENCES

1) Jackson N., Civil Engineering Materials, Macmillan Press


Ltd., 1995
2) Herrubin C.A. and Marotta T.W., Basic Construction
Materials, Prentice Hall, 1987
3) Somayaji S., Civil Engineering Materials, Prentice Hall,
1995
4) Others
OTHER TEXT BOOKS
ATTENDENCE

• Must attend not less than 80%

• The student will be prohibited from attending any


lecture and assessment activities upon failure to
comply the above requirement. ZERO mark will be
given to the subject
Assignment

• Group Assignment – include a few topics, will be


given from time to time. (4%)
• Individual Assignment – to be submitted by week
14 during class. (6%)
Individual Assignment

• Individual Assignment – to be submitted the


latest on week 14
• Topics:
– (1) Sustainable construction (B2)
– (2) Green concrete (G3)
– (3) Failure of concrete structures (G1)
– (4) Repair of concrete structures (G2)
– (5) Special concrete/ Advanced Construction Materials (B1)
– (6) High-Strength Concrete & High-Performance Concrete
(B3)
Individual Assignment
• 8 - 10 pages
• Type using ms word, 1.5 spacing with suitable
type of font. The report should contain sub-
title namely:
– Introduction
– Body of content
– Conclusions
– REFERENCES
• Discuss within the group to decide the scope
of each member
• Then each member will work independently
according to the scope given
• Compile and bind the assignment in a single
report before submitting
• No CUT and PASTE from INTERNET or other
sources!!!
Class Requirements
• On time
• Interest/Good Attitude
• Independent
• More questions and answers
• Read topics before class
• No spoon feed
• ENJOY…..
Mustaqim 013-4737152 maelbaik@yahoo.com
Properties of ‘future’ cement…
Know Who You Are
Group Leader:
B1 – Bong Mai Weng (4 members)
B2 – Mohd Akmal
B3 – Amirul
B4 – Zulhilmi
B5 – Pangiran Saadan

G1 – Nuradila
G2 – Nor Arifah
G3 – Aishah Izzati
G4 - Zawani

abdullahzawawi@gmail.com