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2024 Korean Society of Civil Engineers Civil Engineering Day Competition Gold and Silver Medal / Students from the Department of Construction Systems Engineering

  • 24.06.14 / 박서연
Date 2024-06-14 Hit 625

At the 2024 Civil Engineering Day Contest held by the Korean Society of Civil Engineers on March 29 at the Construction Hall, fourth-year students from KU's Department of Construction Systems Engineering won gold and silver awards in the Civil Engineering UCC category and the Civil Structure Model Making category, respectively.

 

 

In the Civil Engineering UCC Competition, which competes for the creativity, excellence, and completeness of videos with a theme of civil engineering, the team of Park Jung-un ('20) and Kim Hee-joo ('20) from Kookmin University's Department of Construction Systems Engineering won the gold medal for their video "Liquefaction Phenomenon! Do you know why it happens?", which is about the liquefaction phenomenon that can occur in soft sandy ground during earthquakes. Heejoo Kim, who participated in the project, said, "It was meaningful to study various papers based on the contents of our soil mechanics class to understand the concept of liquefaction in order to make it easier for everyone to understand." 

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

(L-R) Students Kim Hee Ju and Park Jung Eon, who won the gold medal at the UCC competition in civil engineering; (R) "Liquefaction phenomenon! Do you know why it happens?" video capture screen

 

 

 

 

In the Civil Structure Model Competition, where model structures in the field of civil engineering are designed with CAD programs and 3D printed, the team of Dong Gun Lee ('18), Woojong Cho ('19), Junchae Yoon ('19), Sunchan Lee ('19), Unho Lee ('19), and Seungwook Cho ('19) from the same department won the silver medal for their work, "Floating City," which is an energy-self-sustaining floating artificial island to respond to global climate change and reduce carbon emissions. "We were able to gain a lot of experience in designing with Sketch Up, a program we hadn't used much, and 3D printing large-scale models for the competition, and it was a valuable time for us to make a commitment to become experts in the field of smart construction to solve various problems facing our planet in the future," said Lee Dong Gun, the team leader.

 

 

 

 

 

Students (clockwise from bottom center) Lee Dong geon, Lee Un Ho, Jo Seung Wook , Noh Woo Jong, Yoon Jun Chae, and Lee Sun Chan won the silver medal at the Civil Structure Model Competition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Flotation City," Silver Award Winner in Civil Structure Modeling (left) Sketch Up design screen, (right) model photo

 

 

 

 

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If you find any, please send your feedback to kookminpr@kookmin.ac.kr so we can correct them.

 

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2024 Korean Society of Civil Engineers Civil Engineering Day Competition Gold and Silver Medal / Students from the Department of Construction Systems Engineering

Date 2024-06-14 Hit 625

At the 2024 Civil Engineering Day Contest held by the Korean Society of Civil Engineers on March 29 at the Construction Hall, fourth-year students from KU's Department of Construction Systems Engineering won gold and silver awards in the Civil Engineering UCC category and the Civil Structure Model Making category, respectively.

 

 

In the Civil Engineering UCC Competition, which competes for the creativity, excellence, and completeness of videos with a theme of civil engineering, the team of Park Jung-un ('20) and Kim Hee-joo ('20) from Kookmin University's Department of Construction Systems Engineering won the gold medal for their video "Liquefaction Phenomenon! Do you know why it happens?", which is about the liquefaction phenomenon that can occur in soft sandy ground during earthquakes. Heejoo Kim, who participated in the project, said, "It was meaningful to study various papers based on the contents of our soil mechanics class to understand the concept of liquefaction in order to make it easier for everyone to understand." 

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

(L-R) Students Kim Hee Ju and Park Jung Eon, who won the gold medal at the UCC competition in civil engineering; (R) "Liquefaction phenomenon! Do you know why it happens?" video capture screen

 

 

 

 

In the Civil Structure Model Competition, where model structures in the field of civil engineering are designed with CAD programs and 3D printed, the team of Dong Gun Lee ('18), Woojong Cho ('19), Junchae Yoon ('19), Sunchan Lee ('19), Unho Lee ('19), and Seungwook Cho ('19) from the same department won the silver medal for their work, "Floating City," which is an energy-self-sustaining floating artificial island to respond to global climate change and reduce carbon emissions. "We were able to gain a lot of experience in designing with Sketch Up, a program we hadn't used much, and 3D printing large-scale models for the competition, and it was a valuable time for us to make a commitment to become experts in the field of smart construction to solve various problems facing our planet in the future," said Lee Dong Gun, the team leader.

 

 

 

 

 

Students (clockwise from bottom center) Lee Dong geon, Lee Un Ho, Jo Seung Wook , Noh Woo Jong, Yoon Jun Chae, and Lee Sun Chan won the silver medal at the Civil Structure Model Competition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Flotation City," Silver Award Winner in Civil Structure Modeling (left) Sketch Up design screen, (right) model photo

 

 

 

 

This content is translated from Korean to English using the AI translation service DeepL and may contain translation errors such as jargon/pronouns.
If you find any, please send your feedback to kookminpr@kookmin.ac.kr so we can correct them.

 

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