Specialist of RUDN Department of Architecture and Construction presents scientific research at the ICCSE-2018 conference

Specialist of RUDN Department of Architecture and Construction presents scientific research at the ICCSE-2018 conference

May 4 - 6, 2018, F.V. Rekach, associate professor of the Department of Architecture and Construction (RUDN Engineering Academy) took part in the 3rd International Conference on Civil Engineering and Construction Machinery (ICCSE-2018), held in Phuket, Thailand.

The event was organized by the IPN Education Group, with the participation of the University of Malaya in Malaysia (QS 114). F.Rechach presented two reports «Water Hammer Decrease by Introduction of Pipes with Low Speed ​​Pressure Waves Propagation» and «On the problem of determining the basic calculation schemes for building structures and their elements».

During the conference professor Revkach met Distinguished Prof. of Finance  Dr.  Bala Maniam (Sam Houston State University, USA),  Prof. Dr.  Hong Won Hwa, Dean College of Engineering Graduate School of Industry (Daegy, Korea),and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Geetha Subramaniam, University Teknologi MARA (Indonesia).

 

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