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Course Description

Degree program: Technology of construction works, Curriculum 2011

Course: ТСП-8 Production plants in construction

Faculty: Department “Technology and Construction Management”

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Eng. Lachezar Hrischev -

Contact hours: 38h, 23h lectures, 15h seminars

Self-study hours: 0h,

Course projects: 1

Assessment: written examination

Year, semester, weekly workload: Year 1, semester 2, lectures 1.5h, seminars 1.0h

ECTS - 6

Introduction to the course. Manufacturing of cement - technological characteristics, structures and schemes. Types, structure and operation of a plant for the production of cement. Technological design of line for the production of cement. Production of dry mixtures - technological characteristics, structures and schemes of the process. Types, structure and operation of a plant for the production of dry mixtures. Manufacture of aerated concrete. The production of aerated concrete - Technology for the manufacture of aerated concrete . Production ceramic products. Production of asphalt mixtures. Technological characteristics , structures and schemes of the process. Types , structure and operation of the Asphalt mixing part of the plant. Storage of aggregates . Storage of asphalt. Types,  technological characteristics of machines and equipment in the asphalt production plant.

Instruction method: Lectures. Seminars.

Assessment method: Written examination.


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