Essential Inspection of Kolhapur City's RCC Building


  • Ramakant Sharma Research Scholars, Department of Engineering, Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India
  • Rohit Shukla Student, Department of Engineering, Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India



inspection, building, water, slabs, visual testing, measures


A structural audit is required for framed structures in order to determine the proper corrective actions for different types of structural flaws and shortcomings. so that it can continue to meet the requirements for appropriateness and longevity. A structural audit needs to be done on any kind of structure at least once every five years. Every three years, a structural audit should be completed for buildings that are more than fifteen years old. It appears that the primary causes of structural member deterioration are aging and corrosion. There are several reasons why structural elements corrode, such as wall cracks, moisture, slab leaks, and more. Therefore, the building's appropriateness and strength can be strengthened by completing the following tasks: installing slabs to stop water damage.


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How to Cite

Ramakant Sharma, & Rohit Shukla. (2024). Essential Inspection of Kolhapur City’s RCC Building. Applied Science and Engineering Journal for Advanced Research, 3(1), 1–8.