What is QA/QC?
Quality Assurance and Quality Control are extremely important aspects of any engineering or construction project without which successful completion of the project can’t be imagined. In fact, these two are integral parts of virtually any project one can think of. Proper implementation of Quality Assurance and Quality Control not only results in a sound project but also leads to more economy by means of optimization. It’s hence important to realise the meaning or the definitions of the terms Quality Assurance and Quality Control. That’s what this post is all about.
List of Modules:
Module 1 –Roles &responsibilities of QA/ QC Engineer
Module 2 -Concept of Quality Inspection
Module3 -Classification of Civil work
Module 5 -Materials/specifications as per IS
Module8 -Types of Civil construction
Module12 –Project Quality plan
Module9 -Preparation of Inspection procedures
1).TESTING OF SOIL
a.Water content by Oven drying method
b.Dry density by Core cutter method
2).TESTING OF FOUNDATIONS
a.static loading test
3).TESTING OF COARSE AND FINE AGGREGATE:
a) Sieve analysis as per IS : 2386 (Part-I)- 1963.
b) Deleterious materials as per IS: 2386 (Part-II) – 1963.
c) Specific gravity, density, voids and absorption as per IS:2386 (Part-III) – 1963.
d) Soundness as per IS: 2386 (Part-V) – 1963.
4).TESTING OF COARSE AGGREGATE:
a) Aggregate crushing value as per IS: 2386 (Part-IV) – 1963.
b) Elongation and flakiness index as per IS: 2386 (Part-I) –1963.
5).TESTING OF FINE AGGREGATE:
a) Silt content as per IS: 2386 (Part-I) – 1963.
b) Material finer than 75 micron as per IS: 2386 (Part-I) – 1963.
c) Organic impurities as per IS: 2386 (Part-II) – 1963.
d) Bulking as per IS: 2386 (Part-III) – 1963.
6).TESTING OF CEMENT AS PER IS: 4031:
a) Fineness of cement by dry sieving.
b) Determination of soundness by le-chatelier method.
c) Determination of consistency and setting time.
d) Determination of compressive strength.
7).TESTING OF FRESH CONCRETE:
a) Test for workability as per IS : 1199-1959.
b) Determination of density, yield, cement factor and air content as per IS : 1199-1959.
c) Casting of cubes as per IS : 516-1959.
d) Test for cement content of fresh concrete.
8).TESTING OF HARDENED CONCRETE:
a) Compressive strength as per IS : 516-1959.
c) Non-destructive testing of concrete structures as per IS: 13311 (Part-II)- 1992.
9).TESTING OF CONCRETE ADMIXTURES AS PER IS: 2645 AND IS: 9103.
a) Workability test.
b) Permeability test by capillary absorption method
c) Setting time
d) Compressive strength
10).TESTING OF BRICKS:
a)Compressive strength as per IS: 3495 (Part-I) – 1976.
b) Water absorption as per IS: 3495 (Part-II) – 1976.
c) Efflorescence as per IS: 3495 (Part-III) – 1976.
Module11 –Calibration of the instrument
Module12 -Implementation and Monitoring QA/QC system
Module13 -Traceability, Punch list
Module14 -Stage wise inspection and Procedure
Module15 -Final documentation, Inspection Report, Non-Conformance Report.
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