Integral Hardening Admixture for Wear Resistant Concrete
Our AIA approved presentation will describe our concrete hardening solution with four learning objectives. Wear resistance is required to provide abrasion and erosion protection in order to prolong the service life of concrete.An integral hardening admixture is critical for a functional, superior and long-lasting structure. This educational unit examines exactly how concrete hardening technologies work, differing features and benefits, so the best abrasion and erosion resistant methods can be specified for each project. A fully interactive and eye-opening session.
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With Tensar Professional Education, you have 24/7 access to courses led by geosynthetic experts. You’ll be able to learn when it’s convenient for your schedule, while also earning PDH credits. The best part – every course is free of charge.
This course provides an introduction to geogrids that are used for soil stabilization applications, including their performance mechanisms and the benefits they provide for construction
This course presents the fundamental concepts of Subgrade Stabilization using geogrids and other geosynthetics. Guidance for design and a discussion of performance and specification criteria are also presented
This course provides a brief introduction to the concepts of Pavement Optimization using Tensar TriAx Geogrid. We review fundamentals of AASHTO flexible pavement design, show how geogrid can be properly integrated into the design, and discuss best practices for ensuring reliability in pavement performance.
This course discusses Accelerated Pavement Testing (APT) and its use to quantify the performance of geogrids used for mechanical stabilization in flexible pavement design.
One out of every five miles of highway pavement is reported to be in poor condition, and our roads have a significant and increasing backlog of rehabilitation needs.
When writing civil engineering specifications, the primary objective for the engineer of record should be to ensure that the completed project performs in accordance with asphalt road construction specifications.
The design approach utilized with Mechanistic-Empirical (M-E) design is a significant change from many previous design methods.
This course provides a historical overview of the development of pavement design and construction, from ancient times through present day practice.
This webinar will cover each of the major categories of geosynthetic materials, discussing their functions and their applications in civil and geotechnical projects. Topics to be covered include: Geotextiles, Geogrids, Geomembranes, Geocells and Geocomposites. For each material, we will review the characteristics that contribute to its engineering functions, and then provide a basic review of how it is used. This session will not include detailed information on design methodologies – it is intended as an introduction for those who may be new to geosynthetics, or a review for those who may not deal with these materials on a regular basis. Future sessions will include more rigorous information on specific applications. This course may serve as one half (1/2) Professional Development Hour.
This video webinar provides an overview of using the TensarSoil Software to design MSE retaining walls.
Efficiently design MSE retaining walls
Apply various live and dead load surcharges to the design analysis
Complare mulitple geogrid layouts for project cost efficiency
Design with NCMA and AASHTO LRFD methods
Generate alternative wall designs for several wall facings
All pavements eventually wear out but it’s only considered a failure when that happens before they reach their design life. Many causes of pavement failure can be controlled. Having a better understanding of these causes and how to circumvent them can help us improve road performance and reduce life cycle costs. This course may serve as one half (1/2) Professional Development Hour.
In this session, we will review options for addressing unsuitable soils during construction. We’ll start with a discussion of methods for assessing the condition of the subgrade, which is essential to evaluating potential solutions. Then we’ll move on to methods for stabilizing soft soils, including both conventional and innovative approaches. This webinar should prove beneficial for anyone involved in site development and earthwork who needs to make decisions about how to deal with weak and saturated soils which are unsuitable for construction.
In this session, we discuss the proper installation of TriAx Geogrid. We begin the session with the basics, offer guidance on best practices to make installation go smoothly and conclude with a look at some extreme conditions and how to install TriAx when nothing else can do the job nearly as well, or maybe at all.
In this session, we’ll discuss two special applications for Mechanically Stabilized Earth (MSE) walls: temporary walls and pressure relief walls. Temporary walls can be used for a variety of purposes related to construction sequencing and expediency, including temporary access ramps, bridge abutments, and support of earthwork. Pressure relief walls can offer significant savings on structures which have large areas below grade, by providing a more efficient means of containing the earth pressure on the structure than conventional methods, permitting more efficient construction. We’ll discuss the design theory and practical aspects of both applications, and provide project examples.
Pavements, especially on county and municipal roads, rarely complete their life cycle without multiple repairs from numerous trenches and other underground work. It is difficult to restore the structural capacity of the pavement and the integrity of the surface in these localized repairs, resulting in distress and failure under the continuing traffic loading. In this webinar, we will discuss the use of Tensar TriAx Geogrid to improve areas of localized repair, including trench cuts, localized base failure, and lane widenings or extensions. Topics covered will include evaluating distress, trenching through existing pavements which include geogrid, determining the required thickness of repaired sections, and recommended details for repaired areas to improve the structural capacity and reduce failures.
This webinar will discusses natural forces affecting our nation’s shorelines such as storms, coastal processes and sea level rise.
We will then focus on why our attempts to tame our shorelines have often had unexpected or unintended results, and have even at times done more harm than good.
We’ll discuss and compare counter-measure solutions including conventional structures, various hard armor systems and geosynthetic solutions and compare their advantages and disadvantages to help you determine which of these may be right for your project.
This webinar discusses how Tensar TriAx Geogrid and FilterGrid can be used to create and/or improve petrochem and oil & gas sites. We’ll explore how TriAx works to stabilize sites with poor subgrades trafficked by heavily loaded trucks and construction equipment; and, how FilterGrid creates strong construction platforms over wet, silty subgrades, often with CBRs below 0.5. We will also share recent examples from projects that benefited greatly from Tensar’s technology, although some details will be omitted due to existing NDAs. The discussion will be led by Tensar’s Scott Phillips, P.E., who has many years of design experience in the petrochem and oil & gas industries.
In this webinar, we will discuss the use of geosynthetic interlayers to extend the life of asphalt pavements. Topics to be covered include:
The different types of interlayers, and the advantages and disadvantages of each
The mechanisms by which interlayers extend pavement life
Selection of the correct interlayer type based on pavement distress, pavement section, traffic loading, and other factors
Designing with interlayers to improve resistance to asphalt fatigue
In this video, we will review the options available to the designer for maintaining the integrity of granular fill layers which are placed over fine-grained soils to provide a stable surface. Multiple design approaches are available for addressing this common challenge, using both natural materials and geosynthetics such as geogrids and geotextiles. The following topics will be included:
Applicability of different approaches
Advantages and disadvantages of each approach
Common misconceptions on this subject, and how they can lead to inefficient designs or even failures
In this video, we will provide an introduction to the use of geogrid for the mechanical stabilization of ballast and sub ballast in rail track structures. The discussion will include:
Benefits of mechanical stabilization of track structures and operations
How geogrid works to stabilize granular materials
Introduction to the applicable design methodology and AREMA guidelines for geogrid use
Practical design and construction considerations.