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Prof. Dr. Jaafar Sadeq Maatooq, Head of the Water and Hydraulic Structures Engineering Branch in the Civil Engineering Department, participated in the Proceedings of the Expanded Conference No. 39 of the International Organization for Water and Environmental Research, which is currently being held in Granada, Spain, for the period from 19-24 June 2022

His participation in the conference was represented by his presentation of the scientific research tagged

Field Study of the Differential Movements Problems for the Construction Joints of Al-Shamiya Barrage – South of Iraq, Within the focus of hydraulic installations research.

It is worth noting that Prof. Dr. Jaafar Sadeq Maatooq is the only participant from Iraq in this conference.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Ph.D. student Riyadh Abdel-Abbas Ali innovated under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Ibtisam Raheem Karim from the Department of Civil Engineering of the University of Technology and in partnership with Prof. Dr. Saleh Issa Khassaf from the College of Engineering at the University of Basra on the topic (Innovative Intelligent Laboratory System to Simulate the Real Water-Structure-Earthquake Interaction Test (RWSEIT) and Its Influence for Dynamic Response of Marine Concrete Structures).

It is considered the first innovation in the field of civil engineering that has the ability to simulate real earthquakes combined with the water forces represented by currents and waves to discover the effect of these forces on the dynamic behavior of sea bridges.

The work included the manufacture of a laboratory channel with a length of (6) meters, a width of (1.5) meters, and a height of (1.25) meters, which is a contains on a (Biaxial Shaking Table) device to represent the real earthquakes and their actual directions (X&Y) and approved in the international codes (ASTM & ACI), and the channel also contains two technologies to generate waves and currents of water with variable characteristics and controlled electronically through an intelligent control system that designed software for this purpose.

The innovative system was registered as an Iraqi patent approved by the American (University of New Mexico) and under the title:

(Innovative Intelligent Laboratory System to Simulate the Real Water-Structure-Earthquake Interaction Test (RWSEIT) and Its Influence for Dynamic Response of Marine Concrete Structures).


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under the patronage of the Head of the Civil Engineering Department, Professor Dr. Hasan Hamodi Joni. In order to activate and maintain the experience of the visiting professor.

The Branch of Highway and Bridges Engineering in the Department of Civil Engineering held a discussion session on (problems of gypsum collapsing soils and modern methods of treating them)  on Thursday May, the 19th 2022.

The lecture was given by the expert Dr. Ahmed Abdel Azal Al-Mufti, a consultant in the Canadian Rocscience company and a former teacher at the University of Baghdad.

In the presence of the Administrative Assistant to the President of the University of Technology, Prof. Dr.Hussein Hamid and a number of professors and employees of the department and graduate students, as well as professors and interested people from inside and outside the university.In the seminar, the visiting professor spoke about his long experience in the field of gypsum soils, and touched on basic and modern concepts and theories related to gypsum soils, The seminar attracted great interest from the attendees, and the visiting professor promised to hold other workshops and seminars in the near future.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In cooperation between the Ministry of Science and Technology and the Civil Engineering Department - Remote Sensing Research Unit and GIS.

A research team consisting of:-

-Asst. Prof. Dr. Amjad Al-Hamidawi

-Lecturer. Raad Abdul-Khader Suhaib

-Mr. Ahmed Imran

The team was able to Publish a tagged search Ground penetration radar based digital image processing for reinforcement corrosion in concrete

Within the German publishing house springer and the Swiss magazine innovative infrastructure Solution

Indexed in Clarivate and Scopus within the second quartile.

The research deals with the adoption of GPR based on advanced image processing to calculate the degree of corrosion of reinforcing steel in construction.

For more information, please visit the website

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s41062-022-00840-w

 

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