ABSTRACT AND PAPER SUBMISSION
ON-LINE REGISTRATION FORM
Klokner Institute of Czech technical university in Prague and Scientific
Technological Association for Building Rehabilitation and Monument Preservation
Trans Tech Publications Inc.
Czech technical university in Prague
Institute of informatics, robotics and cybernetics
160 00 Prague
11st – 12rd November 2021 (from Thursday to Friday)
The 23th Conference on the Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of Buildings will address the issue of building rehabilitation, a field which can be topically classified into the following areas of interest:
1. Reliability assessment and restoration of concrete structure and elements
2. Reliability assessment and restoration ofarchitectural structures
3. Surface treatment, moisture protection and thermal insulation
Selected papers from the CRRB2021 recommended by the scientific committee will be further considered for the publication in prestigious journals indexed in Scopus.
Contact addresses for the organization of the conference:
E- mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Techn. Clemens Hecht (Austria)
Dr. Johannes Maier (Switzerland)
prof. Dr. Ing. Heinrich Wigger (Germany)
prof. Ing. Grigorij Jakovlev, CSc. (Russia)
David Biggs P.E., S.E., Dist.M.ASCE, HTMS (USA)
Prof. Ing. Renato Pinto da Cunha ( Brazilie)
prof. Ing. Rostislav Drochytka, Ph.D., MBA, dr.h.c. (Czech republic)
prof. Ing. Pavel Kuklik, CSc. (Czech republic)
prof. Ing. Miloslav Novotny, CSc. (Czech republic)
doc. Ing. Eva Burgetova, CSc. (Czech republic)
doc. Ing. Tomas Klecka, CSc. (Czech republic)
doc. Ing. Jiri Kolisko, Ph.D. (Czech republic)
Ing. Radka Pernicova, Ph.D. (Czech republic)
Ing. Lenka Prokopova, Ph.D. (Czech republic)
Ing. Michaela Kostelecka, Ph.D.– secretary for CRRB
Ing. Monika Utesena – secretary for SaRS
Helena Subrtova – secretary for WTA
All the scientific papers will be subjected to a peer-reviewed process and then will be published in the final conference
proceedings in electronic form in periodical journal Advance Material Research (Publisher: Trans Tech Publications Inc.).
The papers will be subject to a final TTP internal review and publisher reserves the right to reject the paper without
further information. In case the article is rejected by the publisher TTP, the conference fee will not be returned.
You are expected to present your paper within 15 minutes including question time. Each presenter will be expected to have the presentation slides in Microsoft Power Point saved in USB.
The poster size must be maximum A0 (841 mm x 1189 mm) and should be in English. The text and illustrations should be readable from a distance of two meters. Tacks and technical equipment for the hanging of posters will be available.
Download poster template: posterstemplate2021
ABSTRACT AND PAPER SUBMISSION
Original research papers concerning one or more of the conference topics are invited for oral presentation or poster sessions. At least one of the authors must register and pay his/her registration fee for their paper to be included in the final program of the Conference and the Conference proceedings.
Template of papers:
Please limit your paper to max. 6 pages.
Download template: papertemplate2021
October 31, 2021 Deadline of abstract submission and registration
October 31, 2021 Deadline paper submission
October 31, 2021 Deadline of payment
|Price until 15.10. 2021||Price after 15.10. 2021|
|WTA member fee||220 EUR
|Non WTA regular fee||280 EUR
Note: Prices include 21% VAT. CVUT employees pay registration fee without VAT.
Payments are accepted by bank transfer. The participation fee has to be transferred to the conference bank account, which is fully specified as:
BANK NAME: Komercni banka
ADDRESS: Solinova 7, 166 08 Praha 6, CZ
NAME OF ACCOUNT HOLDER: Klokner Institute CVUT
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 19-5504300237/0100
SWIFT code: KOMBCZPPXXX
VARIABLE SYMBOL: 2100J200 (necessary)
comments: author surname
11st November 2021
Registration: 8-9 h.
Lectures: 9-18 h.
Dinner: 19-22 h.
12nd November 2021
Excursion: 9-13 h.
|9:00 – 10:30||REGISTRATION|
|10:30 – 11:00||COFFE BREAK|
|11:00 – 12:30||SECTION I|
|11:00 – 11:15||Effect of target reliability level on partial factors for existing steel railway bridges, Vitali Nadolski|
|11:15 – 11:30||The expansion of defects of solid fired bricks due to their freezing, Vojtěch Bartoň|
|11:30 – 11:45||Detection of internal defects and failures of concrete structures using non-destructive|
|methods, Jaroslav Šnédar|
|11:45 – 12:00||Effect of carbon-containing additives on the properties of fluoroanhydrite compositions|
|used for flooring, Grigorii Yakovlev|
|12:00 – 12:15||Comparison of different sensors used in assessment of concrete elements by ImpactEcho method, Jan Puchýř|
|12:15 – 12:30||Influence of physical and chemical stress on the properties of CIPP pipes based on vinyl ester, Jakub Hodul|
|12:30 – 14:00||LUNCH|
|14:00 – 16:00||SECTION II POSTER|
|Corrosion properties and bond strength of coated (PE/PAK; PE/PPE; PAD) reinforcement (B500B) with normal strength concrete, Nikola Prodanović|
|Investigation of the effectiveness of the rehabilitation of historical constructions, including wireless dehumidification technologies, Patrik Štastný|
|Color stability of colored concrete over time depending on the type of pigment, Monika Utěšená|
|Corrosion of zinc dust in cement paste – evaluation of hydrogen gas evolution time period, Petr Pokorný|
|Rehabilitation of specific microclimate in a historic building, Lucie Kudrnáčová|
|Degradation of colored concrete elements due to frost, Radka Pernicova|
|Rehabilitation of historical farmstead, Jana Marková|
|Stone Topography – an Useful Tool for Restoration of Building Heritage, Kateřina Kovářová|
|Chemical analysis of the building material coating from Mánes bridge in Prague, Kateřina Sladká|
|Study of microstructure of electrically conductive silicate composites with graphite-based fillers, Lenka Mészárosová|
|Intoroduction chapter on microbial corrosion of concrete – groups of typical organisms, Petr Pokorný|
|Research of a new chemically resistant repair mortar modified with secondary raw materials, Lenka Mészárosová|
|Experimental testing results of a timber structure’s fire resistance in a combustion chamber, Tomáš Žajdlík|
|Use of thin-layer insulating material for technical installations in the reconstruction of buildings, Pavla Vrbová|
|Assessment of chemical resistance of polymer repair mortars, Radek Hermann|
|Study of the preparation of micronized zinc phosphate dihydrate with potential for application in the phosphating process, Adam Zabloudil|
|Resistance of electrically conductive concrete to sulphate attack, Irina Polyanskikh|
|Influence of moisture and wood density on borehole depth by Kučera`s drill, Eva Frimlová|
|18:30 – 22:00||DINNER|
|9:00 – 12:00||EXKURZE: Guided tour of historical fortress Vyšehrad
(meeting at the Vyšehrad metro station at 9:00 am, congress centre side)
Parking is available in the surroundings of the site of Institute. Parking on the streets in white zones is free of charge only at the weekend.
From mainy railway station:
subway red line to the station MUZEUM then transfer to green line to station DEJVICKA,
tram no. 26 to the stop DEJVICKA.
From airport Vaclav Havel:
bus no. 119 to station NADRAZI VELESLAVIN the transef to green line to station DEJVICKA.
Accommodation and travel information:
Delegates can fly directly to Prague from most of the european airport platforms (Frankfurt, Heathrow, Gatwick, Orly. Charles-de-Gaulle, Amsterdam, Madrid, Brussels, Lisbon) and from many other cities in Europe and in the word.
As for accommodation facilities in Prague and surroundings, CRRB participants are kindly invited to book their room directly. Early booking is highly recommended.
It is also possible to accomodate at student dormitory of Czech technical university in Prague, which is very near the conference place.