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Basic Industrial Training

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT It is a great pleasure for me to have undergone an industrial training at Nawaloka Piling (Pvt) Ltd. At this juncture of presenting my report on industrial training I am highly pleased to convey my sincere thanks to all the personnel who have added their valuable assistance to make my training a success. I would like to take this opportunity to thank training H.O.D [IET] Mr.Rajakaruna for giving necessary instructions during my training period. Also extended to Mr. Sunil Dharmasena (Piling Manager), Mr.Saman Kumara (Project Engineer), Also Mr.S.P.T Dias (Supervicer), Mr. Sarath Batuwaththa (Supervicer), and Mr. Nalaka Chandana (Mechanical Engineer, a Proud product of I.E.T) who helped me in Nawaloka Piling in many ways, by giving full responsibility of work and by directing me in correct way. I dedicate my indebtedness to all our lecturers in the Institute Of Engineering Technology for the invaluable assistance they provided to develop my knowledge regarding Engineering. Finally, I also wish to mention my deep appreciation to my follower under Diplomats trainee for the kind and co-operation during the training period.

G.S. Priyashan CB/10/7891 Institute Of Engineering Technology Katunayake.

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CONTENT
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT CHAPTER 01
Introduction to the Training Organization Introduction to Organization Introduction of Nawaloka Piling (Pvt) Ltd Introduction of Nawaloka Piling (Pvt) Ltd Mission Statement Aims and Objectives of the Company Scope of Business Main Functions Current projects Past project The Organization Structure of Nawaloka Piling (Pvt) Ltd

CHAPTER 02
Introduction to the Site Site Introduction Location of the Site Site Management Project Details Man Power Site Lay Out

CHAPTER 03
Training Experiences Site works & Management Pile Foundation Setting Out Structural & Secant Pile Machinery & Equipment Site Safety

CHAPTER 04
Introduction to the Pile Introduction to the Pile Structural Pile Introduction Classification of Piles
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Pile Types Pile Types Using Our Site Advantages of Bored Piles Disadvantages of Bored Piles Introduction to the Secant Pile Wall Plan View of the Secant Pile

CHAPTER 05
Setting Out Setting Out How to selecting the piling point Setting out of the pile point Off-set of the pile

CHAPTER 06
Structure Pile Procedure Structural Pilling Procedure Inserting the Casing Boring Advantages of Rotary Boring Disadvantages of Rotary Boring Soil Boring Rock boring & socketting of rock More Details of Socketing Placing the Reinforcement Inserting the Tremies Cleaning the borehole Concreting How to calculating the concrete volume for a pile. Concreting Procedure

CHAPTER 07
Secant Pile Procedure Secant Pile Procedure Construction of the temporary Structure for Secant Pile Details of the Mould

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Inspection before placing concrete Boring, Flushing & Concreting the Secant Pile

CHAPTER 08
8.0. Tests 8.0. Tests 8.1. Test for Bentonite 8.1.1. Density Test 8.1.2. Viscosity Test Test for Concrete

8.2. 8.2.1. Slump Test 8.2.1.1. Apparatus 8.3.

8.2.2. Cube test (Strength Test) Test for Pile 8.3.1. Factors to be considered in selecting a pile for pile test 8.3.2. Pile Integrity Test (PIT) 8.3.3. Pile Dynamic Analysis (PDA) 8.3.4. Maintain Load Test (MLT) 8.3.4.1. Method of Application 8.3.4.2. Test procedure 8.3.4.3. Settlement 8.3.4.4. Practical Consideration 9.0. Bentonite 9.1. Bentonite

CHAPTER 09

9.1.0. Purpose of the Bantonite Slurry

9.1.1. Sealing Action of the Bentonite

9.1.2. Preparation of Bentonite Slurry

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9.1.3. Properties of Bentonite Slurries for Required Functions

CHAPTER 10
10.0. Concreting 10.0. Concreting 10.1. Introduction Material Used For Concrete 10.2.1. Cement 10.2.2. Aggregates 10.2.3. Water 10.3. Admixtures 10.4. Steps of Concreting Procedure Batching and Mixing

10.2.

10.4.1.

10.4.1.1. Ready Mix Concrete

10.4.1.2. Setting Time 10.4.2. Transporting Of Concrete 10.4.2.1 Wheel Barrows 10.4.2.2. Buckets 10.4.2.3. Ready Mixed Truck 10.4.2.4. Pumping 10.4.3. Placing Of Concrete 10.4.4. Compaction

10.4.4.1. Compaction By Manually:


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10.4.4.2. Using the Steel Rods:

10.4.4.3. Compaction Vibrator:

10.4.5. Curing Of Concrete 10.4.5.1. Covering the Concrete Surface 10.4.5.2. Sprinkling over Water

CHAPTER 11
11.0. Reinforcement 11.0. Reinforcement Arrangement 11.1. Reinforcement Should Be As Follow 11.1.1. Mild Steel

11.1.2. Toe Steel

11.2. Main Bar Stirrups Stiffness 11.5. Preparation of Reinforcement

11.3. 11.4.

11.5.1. Bending Of Reinforcement

11.5.2. Lapping Of Reinforcement 11.5.2.1. Lap Length


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11.5.3. Cover Blocks 11.5.3.1. The Purpose of Cover 11.5.3.2. Minimum Reinforcement Cover 11.5.3.3. Preparation of Cover Blocks 11.5.4. Laying Reinforcement

CHAPTER 12
12.0. Machinery & Equipments 12.0. Machinery & Equipments using in the site Bauer BG 30 Bauer BG 24 Desander Crane Backhoe Loader Bentonite pump 12.7. Vibrator Bar cutting machine 12.9. Submersible pumps 12.10. Level Machine 12.11. Poker Vibrator 12.12. Concrete Truck Mixer Other Machinery & Equipments 12.1. 12.2. 12.3. 12.4. 12.5. 12.6. 12.8.

12.13.

CHAPTER 13
13.0. Site Safety 13.0. Introduction 13.1. Importance of Safety in Site Losses Due To Accident 13.2.1. Direct Losses 13.2.2. Indirect Losses 13.3. Safety Checks Safety in Machinery Basic Safety Equipment Helmet

13.2.

13.4. 13.5. 13.5.1.

13.5.2. Boots
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13.5.3. Gloves 13.5.4. Face Mask 13.5.5. Goggles Other Objectives That We Must Consider

13.6. 64

Annex 1 Conclusion Reference

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