By Krasnov N.F.

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2. Reflection in action – thinking about developments as one goes through the process and identifying options for solving the problem (Cowan 1998). Questions that would be appropriate at this stage are, How is this investigation going? What do I need to do if I do not understand the defect? Personal-based practice 23 3. Reflection on action – thinking about how effective the initial diagnosis was or how well the procedure was undertaken (Cowan 1998). Typical questions that could be asked at this stage are, How well did I do the investigation?

Building failures can be categorised into a variety of groups depending on their nature and source. They can be classed as physical (structural) failures (which result in loss of certain characteristics) or performance failures (which mean a reduction in function below an established acceptable limit). Heckroodt (2002), on the other hand, uses the terms “system failure” and “material failure”. 2. Note that there is often an overlap between the failure categories listed. 2 Other categories of failure Categories of failures Physical Contextual Observational Examples Non-Structural • • • • • Bossed or spalled rendering.

Be open-minded as you look for information about a defect/building. Do not make careless assumptions. Do the data reveal what you believe is true, or are there other options? Look at all situations from an objective view. g. expected outcomes) to determine the results of any actions or interactions. Reflect on your own behaviour. Look at the meaning and significance of findings. Are there relationships between findings? Do the data about the defect/building help you in seeing that a problem might exist?

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