fiber_manual_recordThe Third National Conference of Construction Innovative Technologies

The Association Goals

  • Collecting, analyzing and presenting laws and rules, regulations and guidelines related to new technology in the construction industry
  • Collecting, maintaining, and providing all international experiences in the forms of books, articles, videos, Theses and etc.
  • Holding specialized meetings on regular basis with academic specialists and practitioners involved in the construction industry
  • Printing and publication of the latest technical advancements at domestic and international levels
  • Following up the news of holding domestic and international specialized conferences and appropriate notification and necessary planning for the prospective experts participating in the specialized events in coordination with the due staff
  • Holding specialized conferences across the country periodically
  • Making a contribution to the development of new technologies in construction industry and making a relation between supply and demand markets
  • Helping the builders change their approach from traditional to industrial in construction
  • Encouraging the experimental and scientific centers, construction industry professionals and engineering organizations to participate in order to carry out research projects on the development and implementation of new technologies in construction industry
  • Planning to conduct training programs for practitioners and engineers in various stages and opportunities to take advantage of new technologies as well as changes in university basics
  •  Pathology of administrative impediments in utilizing construction industry innovative technologies

 

Topics

  •  The role of applying new technologies to construction and structures (time, cost, and quality)
  •  Pathology of administrative impediments and providing effective strategies to expand the utilization of new technologies in construction industry
  • Utilizing new technologies in revitalizing blighted textures (successful experiences in Iran and the world)
  • The effects of industrialization and utilizing construction industry innovative technologies in architectural models (providing case examples)
  •  The position of construction industry innovative technologies in Iran educational system (past, present, and future)
  •  Monitoring and control on production, implementation and taking advantage of construction industry innovative technologies
  •  Main challenges with entering and localizing construction industry innovative technologies in Iran
  •  Utilizing new technologies in making the building smart (smart buildings)
  •  Innovative technologies for urban development and its application to improve safety, hygiene, and urban environment (providing case example)
  •  Position of industrialization and construction industry innovative technologies in administrative laws, orders , regulations, and guidelines in Iran and the world (opportunities and threats)
  •  Assessment of industrialization status and utilizing innovative technologies in construction industry in Iran
  •  Assessment of the structural behavior of new technologies in high-rise buildings
  •  World experiences in industrialization and utilizing new technologies in construction industry
  •  Introduction and evaluation of structural systems through an industrial approach and construction industry innovative technologies (skeleton and roof)
  •  Introduction and evaluation of non-structural systems through an industrial approach and construction industry innovative technologies (interior walls, architectural components, electrical and mechanical installations)
  •  Examining the role of industrialization and construction industry innovative technologies in modifying energy consumption patterns
  •  Policies and requirements of the country comprehensive industrialization plan
  •  Introduction and analysis of new materials to lighten the buildings.

 

Specifications

Name of Conference The Third National Conference of New Technologies in Construction Industry
Date of Conference 93/6/20 to
93/6/21
Number of Participants 1800
Venue  Saba Hall
Number of Exhibitors 47
Training Hours About 28000 individual/Hour
Number of Papers Submitted 179
Number of Papers Admitted 127
Privilege Promotion and Renewal
Number of Foreign Guests 2

Specialized Workshops

No. Workshop Presenter
1 Materials and innovative technologies in construction industry through an approach to retrofit historic buildings DR. Golabchi
2 Technical certificates for construction and fire proof products: principles for the introduction of international patterns and changes ahead in Iran DR. Bakhtiary
3 Examination of Pall friction dampers design in a simplified manner in special buildings Sajad Barimani
4 Pall friction dampers behavior in erratic special steel frames in height Ali Kakularimy
5 The effect of opening location in composite steel plate shear performance Rasool Purbaferani
6 Evaluation of composite steel plate shear wall performance, considering shape of opening Rasool Purbaferani
7 Utilizing leak detection technology by flame ionization sensor for leak detection and determination of accurate location of built-in gas pipeline network of building Iman Alizadeh Sorur Amjadi Kashani
8 Maximum energy efficiency through double skin façades in high-rise buildings Parnaz Olfat
9 Automatic room temperature control by designing ANFIS controller Zahra Pezeshki
10 Evaluation of energy exchange piles performance as a new important system to reduce energy consumption Ali Rezaie Fard
11 Evaluation of new constructional technologies role in modifying patterns of energy consumption Meshkoh Morseli
12 Optimization of energy consumption in some popular building systems Dr. Kari
13 Examination of challenges in utilizing innovative technologies in construction industry Messrs. Gheraati, Shykholeslam, Karamlu,Farid, Zanganeh
14 Examination and improvement of acoustic performance of light steel frame (LSF) Afsane Ghaleh Noie
15 Numerical evaluation of spare capacity of cold-rolled steel frame with K-shaped bracing Amin Rabiee Fradonbeh
16 Evaluation of cold-rolled steel frame with K-shape bracing dynamic behavior utilizing increasingly dynamic analysis Amin Rabiee Fradonbeh
17 The role of innovative construction technologies in better buildings Momadreza Hoseinnejad
18 Determination of R-coefficient behavior of high-rise structures with belt truss system Arman Asaturians
19 Determination of R- coefficient behavior of metallic industrial structures equipped with steel bunkers Arman Asaturians
20 Analyzing and evaluating non-structural systems with an industrial and construction industry innovative technologies approach (separating walls) Shiva Vahabi
21 Utilizing prefab composite concrete panels as load-bearing walls Mehrdad Movahednia
22 Evaluating new fortification technique using FRP (fiber polymers) in seismic retrofitting non-leveled masonry walls with openings Dr. Arsalan Kolali
23 The effect of increasing hardness of superstructure on the seismic response of base-isolated high rise structures Sadegh Eatedali
24 Fortification of revolving non-symmetric base-isolated shear structures Sadegh Eatedali
25 The effect of lead-rubber base isolator on the level of performance of coaxial braced structure using pushover analysis Saeed Narooie
26 Comparison of the structure performance level with frictional and lead-rubber isolator under steady lateral load Saeed Narooie
27 New facades of building Dr. Sohrab Vise
28 FRP composites with epoxy resin and reinforcing glass and carbon fibers against fire Engineer Lyli Taghi Akbari
29 Light wood-frame construction systems Dr. Sepehr Gangehie
30 Taking advantage of natural light to optimize energy consumption in buildings Dr. Rima Fayaz
31 Industrializing traditional buildings with modern materials and methods of construction Dr. Sepehr Gangehie
32 The position of sporadic products and small-scale producers in the network Mr. Purasghar
33 Experiences of AQR consulting engineers in retrofitting historic buildings of holy shrine Drs. Golabchi, Alami, Hamami
34 Excavation principles Dr. Shaibani Asl
35 Applying active and non-active systems to control structural vibration of high-rise buildings Dr. Asaturians
36 Experimental study of the effect of rubber fibers on concrete Shahrzad Dashsooz
37 Concrete nanotechnology in Industrialization of Construction Afshin Rezaie khazli
38 Comparison of the effect of zeolite and perlite on features of cement mortars Syed Mojtaba Ostovar
39 Study and comparison of Pozzolanicity of Pozzolanic cement containing meta kaolin and perlite Amin Rezapoor
40 Building predictive control Shahram Aghaie- mrs. Solaymani
41 Applying wireless sensors and their application in construction industry Dr. Mazinani
42 New technology of designing and manufacturing electrical circuit in solar buildings coordinated with photovoltaic (BITPV) Dr. Ahadollah Aazami
43 New construction and structure systems Dr. Havani
44 Exploring the utilization of new technologies in Iran energy production Dr. Heidari
45 Introduction of lightweight concrete blocks (features, specifications, privileges and deficiencies) Dr. Tadayon
46 New construction thermal insulations Dr. Sohrab Vise
47 Fortifying armed- concrete structures using advanced technology and providing executive points Dr. Ali Kheirodin
48 New construction technologies from the perspective of 18th topic of National Building Regulations Mr. Hedayati
49 Examining and evaluating high-strength concrete mixture design in high-rise buildings Dr. Boluri
50 Ecological criteria for architects, urban planners and urban managers Dr. Riahi
51 Structure Engineering, possibilities, and challenges Dr. Hajkazemi
52 Pathology of Light steel frame system with construction management approach Arman Amiri
53 Parametric evaluation of seismic behavior of cold-rolled light steel frame with diametric strap bracing Mehran Abbasi Soorshojani
54 Optimal buildings designing through utilizing new technology of building information modeling and introduction of Autodesk Navis Work Software Alireza Sadeghi
55 Implementing risk management in projects with industrialization approach Mehdi Roohparvar
56 Iran’s position in the global construction industry, recognizing the subject, differences (barriers), and solutions Mr. Erfanian

 

Resolutions of the Third National Conference of Construction Industry Innovative Technologies

  •  Follow-up and implementation of the contents of the first and second conference resolutions, particularly revision and composition of courses related to construction industry technologies for construction engineering undergraduate studies, creating specialized trends related to new construction industry technologies in graduate studies, preparation and codifying the comprehensive plan of Iran construction industry, creating the necessary ground to develop culture in order to enhance public awareness in relation to utilizing construction industry innovative technologies, providing necessary educational context for all practitioners in construction industry, including engineers, technicians, experimental architects and skilled workers
  •  Strengthening and expanding the permanent Association of Construction Innovative Technologies through anticipating the appropriate space, budget and organizational structure according to the future objectives and plans moving towards pervading the activities of the Association
  •  Patronizing producers, investors, manufacturers and intellectual technicians who are committed to the development of the construction industry, and relevant professional formations
  •  Patronizing research development and teaching construction industry innovative technologies at universities and in particular universities of Khorasan Razavi
  •  Supporting the establishment of scientific software centers and specialized websites of construction industry innovative technologies as scientific and reliable references in terms of access to software facilities and scientific bases in the fields related to the subject matter
  •  Promoting the utilization of new technologies and Industrializing the construction in line with the shift in construction pattern
  •  Planning for the experts to participate in national and international conferences and exhibitions in order to become familiar with new construction technologies and how they are utilized in the leading countries in this field
  •  Patronizing the publication of scientific-research journals and articles on the subject of innovative technologies in construction industry
  •  Effort to establish effective connection among universities, research centers and industry in line with putting the materials presented at the conference into practice
  •  Necessary planning to hold the fourth International Conference better and more magnificent in Mashhad in 1395 and providing necessary ground to export engineering services and presence in competitive markets.