Working Group on Integrity and Ageing of Components and Structures (WGIAGE)

    Mandate

    WGIAGE mandate

    Programme of work

    The WGIAGE consists of a main group three subgroups dealing with: a) integrity and ageing of metal structures and components; b) integrity and ageing of concrete structures and; c) seismic engineering. All subgroups deal with the structural integrity issues in a broad sense, and although disciplines are similar (e.g. structural mechanics and materials behaviour), the expertise needed to address group-specific issues is different. The main group serves as an entry point for CSNI. CSNI technical goals related to ageing, which are not covered by the sub-group work, will be managed by the time-limited task groups coordinated by the main group.

    The principal mechanisms currently used by the working group to accomplish its objectives are: a) the conduct of meetings (including annual group meetings and specialist expert meetings and workshops) to share information and plan/coordinate/manage activities; b) the collaborative writing of consensus documents (e.g. state-of-the-art reports, technical reports and technical opinion papers) and; c) highlights related to the integrity and ageing of components and structures via technical notes.

    Recent reports

    WGIAGE reports

    Workshops and conferences 2017

    Workshop on Assessment of Structures Subject to Concrete Pathologies (ASCET) phase 2 on 8-9 May 2017, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

    Workshop on Benchmark on the Seismic Capacity of Reinforced Concrete Shear Walls (CASH) on 1-2 June 2017, Paris, France

    Workshop on Improving Robustness Assessment of Structures Impacted by a Large Missile at Medium Velocity (IRIS) phase 3 on 13-15 June 2017, Saclay, France

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    Last reviewed: 4 May 2018

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