CDR Report Sample for Civil Engineers
CDR Report Sample: Civil Engineer
ANZSCO Code: 233211
The Competency Demonstration Report Sample for Civil Engineer includes all the necessary reports such as Three Career Episodes, Continuing Professional Development, Summary Statement and Curriculum Vitae. The Content of the CDR Report Sample is as follows :
- Curriculum Vitae: Resume based on a professional template.
- Continuing Professional Development Sample: CPD Sample clearly explains the author’s Engineering Knowledge- 1000 words.
- Civil Engineer Career Episode Report Sample – 1: “Studies of Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete Composites”- 2100 words.
- Civil Engineer Career Episode Report Sample – 2: “Monitoring of Civil Engineering Structures using Digital Image Correlation Technique”- 1600 words.
- Civil Engineer Career Episode Report Sample – 3: “Reduction of Downhole Friction by Electrochemical Methods”- 1900 words.
- Civil Engineer Summary Statement Sample: Detail explanation of all the competency element- 1200 words.
Civil Engineer Career Episode Report: Sample 1
Project Name: Studies of Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete Composites
In first Career Episode, the author discusses the project he carried out when he was a final year student of International Journal of Structural and Civil Engineering and the project was titled “Studies of Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete Composites”. In this project, his role were:
- To outline the experimental investigation conducted on the use of glass fibers with structural concrete
- To study the properties of Fiber Reinforced Concrete (FRC)
- To perform an experiment using Portland pozzolona cement of 43 Grade
- To overcome the incapacity of concrete in tension and the ductility magnitude of compressive strength
- To prepare the detailed table based on the mixing procedure and show the relationship between increase in compressive and fiber strength for different fiber content
Civil Engineer Career Episode Report: Sample 2
Project Name: Monitoring of Civil Engineering Structures using Digital Image Correlation Technique
In the second Career Episode, the author writes in detail about the project entitled “Monitoring of Civil Engineering Structures using Digital Image Correlation Technique”. He performed this project when he was working at Warsaw Institute of Technology. Some of the important tasks he did on this project are listed as follows:
- Present an adaptation of DIC technique for monitoring of civil-engineering structures.
- Avail additional connections and extensions to facilitate the measurements and improve the efficiency of data analysis
- Introduction of new software features that facilitate outdoor measurements.
- Develop a monitoring system within the MONIT project and use the modified DIC sensors at different accuracy levels
- Preparing work plans, quantity estimates, and reports.
Civil Engineer Career Episode Report: Sample 3
Project Name: Reduction of Downhole Friction by Electrochemical Methods
In third Career Episode, the author explains the project he was involved in for the Degree of Philosophy. The project name was “Reduction of Downhole Friction by Electrochemical Methods”. The key responsibility of the writer were:
- To design a tribometer which incorporates a three electrode electrochemical cell to allow study in the area of tribochemistry
- To access the concept of reducing the friction by applying the potentials. This includes the contacts between steel/steel and steel/sandstone which are stimulating the drilling conditions.
- To experiment with different friction modifying additives to aid the understanding of the friction reduction concept
- To characterize the adsorption of the additive, and use this method to aid the analysis of the friction and wear results
- To relate between the electrochemical test results in breaker with the recorded results during the sliding tests. This would increase the understanding of the mechanism of the additives in producing a tribofilm which is useful in low friction and wear.