قسم الهندسة المدنية

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يعتبر قسم الهندسة المدنية من اعرق وأكبر أقسام كلية الهندسة حيث تأسس مند نشأة الكلية في العام الدراسية 1960-1961م ويضم الآن أكثر من سبعين أستاذاً ليبي في جميع تخصصات الهندسة المدنية.

 يحتوي القسم على ثلاث شعب رئيسية هي شعبة الإنشاءات وشعبة الطرق وشعبة الموارد المائية.

وهي شعبة الإنشاءات والتربة وشعبة الموارد المائية وشعبة الطرق والنقل والمساحة.

  • شعبة الإنشاءات والتربة

    وتختص بتحليل وتصميم المنشآت من الخرسانة المسلحة والفولاذ وكذلك دراسة التربة.

  • شعبة الطرق والجسور والمساحة

    وتختص هذه الشعبة بدراسة وتصميم الطرق والجسور والكباري وأيضا أعمال الرفع المساحي.

  • شعبة المياه والصرف الصحي

    وتختص بدراسة شبكات المياه والري وأيضا الصرف الصحي.

  • وهو أول أقسام الكلية التي بادرت بإعداد وتنفيذ برامج دراسية على مستوى الدبلوم والماجستير، وكان ذلك سنة 1971 ف.

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    د. سامي عمر علي الصادي

    سامي الصادي هو احد اعضاء هيئة التدريس بقسم الهندسة المدنية بكلية الهندسة. يعمل السيد سامي الصادي بجامعة طرابلس كـأستاذ منذ 2008-04-21 وله العديد من المنشورات العلمية في مجال تخصصه

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    Beam-To-Column Connections in Steel Structures

    Abstract Steel joints are the main part a steel structure. The steel members come together in a joint, to where the load action will be transferred between them.These members are with different section properties, may be joined with different type of connections welds, bolts or rivets. The level of fixity is also important which varies from flexible, semi-rigid to fixed. There is also an important factor of joint behavior, the type of loading (tension, shear, bending and torsion). For these the mentioned different factors that affects the behavior of a joint very complicated to demonstrate exactly.The design procedure according to the well known specification is generally based on experimental studies.The present study tries to throw light on some factors affecting the strength consideration for designing beam to columnconnection because of its importance in steel structures from point of view of uses.
    علي عبدالله الجعط (2008)
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    Structural Assessment of Reinforced Concrete Beams Incorporating Waste Plastic Straws

    The behavior of reinforced concrete beams containing fibers made of waste plastic straws (WPSs) under the three point bending test is examined. The e ect of WPS fiber addition on the compressive and split tensile strength is reported. Four concrete mixes were prepared. The control mix PS-0 had a proportion of 1 cement: 1 sand: 2 coarse aggregate and a water cement ratio of 0.4. In the other three mixes PS-0.5, PS-1.5 and PS-3, 0%, 0.5%, 1.5% and 3% of WPS fiber (by volume) was added respectively. The results show that at 0.5% WPS, there is slight increase in compressive strength. However, beyond 0.5% addition, a decrease in compressive strength is observed. The split tensile strength shows a systematic increase with the addition of WPS fibers. The reinforced concrete beams containing WPS fibers show higher ductility as demonstrated by the larger ultimate tensile strain and ductility index (Du/Dy). There is a tendency to have more fine cracks with the presence of WPS fibers. arabic 9 English 76
    Hakim S. Abdelgader(10-2020)
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    Mechanical properties of two-stage concrete modified by silica fume

    Two-stage concretes, despite the fact that they have proven themselves in various types of construction, have not been studied to the same extent as traditional heavy concretes. Therefore, the article developed the composition of frame concrete with various additives in the composition of the cement-sand mortar. A comparison of the mechanical characteristics of the developed compositions with the addition of silica fume (SF) and superplasticizer (SP) in various combinations. In addition, test specimens were prepared with combinations of water/cement ratios of 0.45, 0.55, and 0.85, and cement/sand ratios of 0.5, 1, and 1.5. A total of 36 mixtures were prepared, silica fume was introduced as a partial replacement of cement in the amount of 6 wt.%. And a superplasticizer equal to 1.2 % of the cement content was added to the water. Compressive strength tests on two-stage concrete cylinders were carried out in accordance with ASTM-C873 and ASTM-C943. Tensile strength was also tested on 3 samples of each composition in accordance with the procedure described in ASTM-C496/C496M. As a result, the development of the strength of two-stage concrete for 7, 28 and 120 days was studied. It was found that the overall compressive strength of the two-stage concrete based on SF, SP and SF + SP was higher than in concrete without any additives. At the same time, the modified concrete has higher strength properties, because it provides better contact due to expansion, as well as by reducing the water-cement ratio in grout. The results obtained allow to design a cement-sand mortar capable of filling all the voids between the coarse aggregate, thereby creating a dense structure of two-stage concrete. arabic 9 English 58
    Hakim S. Abdelgader(5-2019)
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