Transcript: Zero Tolerance About Us Checklist for hosting inclusive events at the University Accessible venues and carparks A safe, inclusive and equitable University University of Auckland Home Equity Publications Plans, Reports and Reviews Greetings in Te Reo and Pacific Languages About Equity Equity Leadership Committee W Where Equity sits in the new website Equity Policies and Guidelines Equity Information for Staff What is Equity Equity at the University Family Violence
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Transcript: M. Geoffrey JAMOT, 4GC The University of Auckland Working in a civil engineering Laboratory New Zealand and Auckland New Zealand 2 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC New Zealand is also called Aotearoa by Maori people. Location Location New Zealand is located in Oceania: Southern hemisphere 19.000km away from France 2 main islands 268.000 km² Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and the Tasmanian Sea. 3 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC History History 1250-1300 1642 1769 1840 Polynesians Abel Tasman James Cook Treaty of Waitangi New Zealand is a multi-cultural country: 4 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC The country The Country 4.9 million inhabitants Emblems: Kiwi bird and Silver fern The All Blacks Rugby Team Monarch: Queen Elisabeth II Prime Minister: Jacinda ARDERN 5 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC The Sky Tower Tallest building in the Southern hemisphere at 328m. Auckland 1.600.000 inhabitants in 2018, most populated city in New Zealand Good quality of life, Major economic center of New Zealand 50 volcanoes The city stands on an active basaltic field Auckland 6 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC My internship My internship I did my internship at the University of Auckland, in New Zealand for various reasons. 7 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC The University of Auckland The University Founded in 1883 Over 40.000 students A renowed University 6 campuses Newmarket campus Behaviour under dynamic displacement 8 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC Timber: Topics Topics 9 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC Cold-formed steel: Radiata Pine: Fastgrown softwood Famous in New Zealand timber industry Treated or not Four types of glue Cold-formed steel: Popular material Formed by cool working procedures Light weight Various shapes My work My work During this internship, I had the opportunity to work on different topics : Timber Steel Laboratory work Here are the main tasks I did: 10 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC Ageing tests - Delamination Ageing tests Ageing tests: Impose stress conditions. Wetting and drying cycles. Pressurization and vacuum. 2, 4, 8 or 16 cycles. 11 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC 12 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC Ageing tests Wet conditions: Dry conditions: Natural Ageing: Cages located outside Subjected to New Zealand weather conditions Choice of material 13 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC Delamination tests The test: 6 laminae of the same wood Special care in the grain orientation Control of the density Evaluate durability performances Analysis: Mark the openings Glue failure List the cracks on Autocad Create Excel files 14 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC Delamination tests Shear tests Shear tests: 15 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC Shear tests: Dry, wet and aged specimens Cut from laminated blocks 10 tests for each laminated block Step-stair shear specimen Opposite stress on two adjacent layers creating shearing Shear tests: 16 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC Analysis of the results: Maximal load Evaluate the percentage of wood failure Average and standard deviation Excel files 17 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC With dry conditions: Higher maximal load (40-50%). Failure is more brutal and sudden. Lower maximal displacement (mostly due to a lower ductility). Shear tests: Fracture tests Fracture tests: 18 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC Fracture tests: Dry, wet and aged specimens Grain orientation Two layers of the same wood Two computers and softwares Maximal load, displacement and fracture energy Fracture tests: 19 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC Fracture tests: 20 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC With dry conditions: Higher maximal load (15-25%). Failure is more brutal and sudden (mostly due to a lower ductility). Similar maximal displacement Abaqus software How to make a model: Parts Materials and sections Assembly Interactions and constraints Mesh Loads Jobs Extracting the results Abaqus software 21 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC Cyclic tests Cyclic tests: 22 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC Cyclic tests: Resistance of the link between two members Link made of screws and bolts Variety of profiles 23 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC Cyclic tests: Cyclic tests: Tension and compression Damaged link Tearing and slippage Differences between the profiles Feedback Feedback Technical skills Social skills What could be better... 24 Geoffrey JAMOT 4GC Living abroad
Transcript: DEGREES Engineering major fee: For domestic students: From $707.40 to $7,592.70. For international students: From $2,908.30 to $17,449.80. Undergraduate: IELTS (Academic): Overall score of 6.0 and all bands 5.5 or better. INTERNET-BASED TOEFL (iBT): Overall score of 80 plus a written score of 21. PAPER-BASED TOEFL: Overall score of 550 plus Essay (TWE) of 4.5. Arts Business and Economics Creative Arts and Industries Education Engineering Law Medical and Health Sciences Science Interfaculty Degrees and Diplomas Conjoint Degrees Other Programmes General Education Doctor of Philosophy and Higher Doctorates http://www.calendar.auckland.ac.nz/regulations/ COST OF LIVING: You will need between $20,000 and $25,000 per year ($380–480 per week) for: Accommodation, Food, Transport, Phone, Internet, Entertainment.... Look more on www.auckland.ac.nz English Language Requirements In 1882, the Auckland University College was set up by Act of Parliament. Formally opened on 21 May 1883 in the Choral Hall, then the largest hall in Ackland. The rise of research: 1930-1940s. Postwar expansion: 1950s-70s. Further growth: 1980s-1990s. Today, The University of Auckland is the largest university in New Zealand, hosting over 40,000 students on five Auckland campuses. Entry Requirements for International Students Facility Address: Auckland 1010, New Zealand Phone Number: +64 9-373 7999 Enrollment: 32,600 (2012) Founded: 1883 DORMITORY: Standard Single Bedroom: $10,070.00 3/4 Bedroom Apartment (per bed): $10,010.00 Two Bedroom Apartment (per bed): $11,144.00 The University of Auckland New Zealand History About Auckland University Tuition Auckland Sport and activities Entry Requirements for Domestic Applicants: A minimum of 42 credits at Level 3 or higher on the National Qualifications Framework. Including a minimum of 14 credits at Level 3 or higher in each of two subjects from the approved subject list, with a further 14 credits at Level 3 or higher taken from no more than two additional domains on the National Qualifications Framework or approved subjects. A minimum of 14 credits at Level 1 or higher in Mathematics or Pāngarau on the National Qualifications Framework. A minimum of 8 credits at Level 2 or higher in English (4 credits must be in Reading and 4 credits must be in Writing.) Business major fee: For domestic students: From $724.95 to $3,781.20 depends on the degrees you choose. For international students: From $3,712.50 to $14,850.00 depends on the degrees you choose. Housing Undergraduate Admissions Requirements Gaining the University Entrance standard from a New Zealand secondary school Or completing an accepted equivalent of the University Entrance standard from a secondary school or tertiary institution Or completing a specified duration of acceptable tertiary study from a recognised tertiary institution. Common Room Single Room
Transcript: Popular majors offered: Biology, marine studies, engineering, anthropology, ethnology, Maori, and pacific studies. -Student ratio is 23:17 - 23,000 (girls) 17,000 (boys) - Typical class size is about 20 students. - You will need about 20k - 25k per year for: - Other costs: -Examination forms -Records, enrollment and fees forms -Graduation forms -Postgraduate forms Activities & Campus visits -Located in Auckland New zealand - 4,382 miles from Hawaii - More than 40,000 students enrolled -Campus size is 16 hectors. ( 1=10000 square meters - Public school // co-ed (both females&males allowed) -Located in a small city, urban. -GPA: 3.0 on a 4.0 scale Deadline: fall semester; march 15 spring semester; nov. 15 academic; march 15 Credits: Fall & spring; 16 credits Academic; 32 credits Financial Aid & Housing Personal Connection - I always wanted to travel to New Zealand - Accommodation -Food -Transport -Phone -Internet -Entertainment Required forms; -Textbooks and stationery -Medical and dental Appointments -Bank account fees. -insurance -clothing -holidays and trips Academics & collage expenses . Reasons why i like this school; Location, Size, Admission requirements & Environment rent per week: $200-$350 groceries per week: $100-$150 Gym membership per year: $257 Entertainment per week: $50
Transcript: AUT Student Hub Chinese Centre Orientation Auckland University of Technology AUT'O Bots - AUT Robotics Club AUT League of Legends Club Kiwi-Asian Club International Recognition Locations and flexibility Reputation Support and community Student life Undergraduate study AUT is the fastest growing and second largest university in New Zealand Orientation Topic Student Hub Group members About Postgraduate study The AUT Sport team AUT Gyms and Fitness Sport Clubs For more information, go to AUT.AC.NZ Wide range of programmes Bachelor Diploma Certificate Conjoint program Double Degree 1. Anh Dung Dang 2. Lana Tran 3. Julio Lembo Barriviera Chinese Centre
Transcript: Comparison of Degradation & Density with the Large mould Influence of Time of Compaction with Vibratory Hammer Compaction Increase the Dry Density Polytech Paris UPMC Why do laboratory tests are important ? 6 Dry Densities Jean TIEO's Presentation 05/12/2014 Thank you ... Aknowledgement Time of compaction Particle Size Distribution Dry Densities Field compaction are based on lab results ! Compaction of M/4 in the Small mould at 40, 100 & 180 seconds My Work ... No significant degradation 54 PSD Curves Vibratory Hammer Compaction Large Scale (250mm diameter & 625mm high) M/4 Basecourse Aggregates Compaction with 40, 100 or 180 seconds per layer (8 layers) 150mmФ by 300mm high specimen My Study... 250mmФ by 625mm high specimen International Mobility University of Auckland Pre compaction PSD Dr. Tam LARKIN Mr. Pritesh KARAN Mr. Wentao Li All the Transport Laboratory M/4 basecourse aggregate Particle Size Distribution Future Research Degradation of M/4 aggregates With Vibratory Hammer compaction AND Kneading compaction ... Methods of Laboratory Compaction on Basecourse Aggregates for RLT Testing Work previously done... Conclusion Supervisor: Dr. Tam LARKIN NZS 4402 Test 4.1.3 (1986) should be reviewed its maximum time of 180 seconds (which is twice than UK and USA) Large scale RLT Small scale RLT I trust you Reduction of M/4 aggregates degradation
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