Taehun Ha

Seoul, South Korea


Taehun Ha is Chief Research Engineer at Architectural Engineering Research Team of Daewoo E&C, Seoul, South Korea. He received his BS, MS, and Ph.D. from the Department of Architecture, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea in 1997, 1999, and 2004, respectively. Since he joined Daewoo E&C, he carried out many types of research on the long-termed movement of high-rise buildings and developed in-house software for construction stage analysis. The software has been used in more than thirty actual high-rise projects to predict their movements and take corrective measures during construction


Annual Conference, Presenter (Chicago 2019)

Annual Conference, Poster Presenter, Middle East (2018)


01 March 2017

Taehun Ha & Sungho Lee, Daewoo E&C; Sangdae Kim, Korea University

High-rise buildings move during construction due to time-dependent material properties of concrete (creep and shrinkage), construction sequences, and structural shapes. The building movements, including vertical...


01 August 2016

Carlo Casalegno, IUAV University of Venice; Mario Alberto Chiorino, Politecnico di Torino; Taehun Ha & Sungho Lee, Daewoo Engineering and Construction

Increased use of concrete in high-rise buildings has made these structures especially sensitive to delayed deformations due to concrete’s natural tendency to creep and shrink....


26 October 2015

Dr. Taehun Ha & Sungho Lee, Daewoo E&C

Structural cracks happen during construction of RC buildings due to various reasons but they are more often considered as construction faults rather than being considered...