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An earthquake is the vibration, sometimes violent to the earth’s surface that follows a release of energy in the earth’s crust. This energy can be generated by a sudden dislocation of segments of the crust, by a volcanic eruption or even by a manmade explosion. The dislocation of the crust causes most destructive earthquakes. The crust may first bend and then the stresses exceed the strength of rocks, they break.

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An earthquake is the vibration, sometimes violent to the earth’s surface that follows a release of energy in the earth’s crust. This energy can be generated by a sudden dislocation of segments of the crust, by a volcanic eruption or even by a manmade explosion. The dislocation of the crust causes most destructive earthquakes. The crust may first bend and then the stresses exceed the strength of rocks, they break. In the process of breaking, vibrations called seismic waves are generated. These waves travel outward from the source of the earthquake along the surface and through the earth at varying speeds depending on the material through which they move. These waves can cause disasters on the earth’s surface.
No structure on the planet can be constructed 100% earthquake proof; only its resistance to earthquake can be increased. Treatment is required to be given depending on the zone in which the particular site is located. Earthquake occurred in the recent past have raised various issues and have forced us to think about the disaster management. It has become essential to think right from planning stage to completion stage of a structure to avoid failure or to minimize the loss of property. Not only this, once the earthquake has occurred and disaster has taken place; how to use the debris to construct economical houses using this waste material without affecting their structural stability.

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“Earthquake Resistant Building Construction” Seminar Report

Page Length: 26 Pages

Contents:

  • Introduction
  • How Earthquake Resistant Building Is Different?
  • Effect Of Earthquake On Reinforced Concrete Buildings
  • Seismic Design Philosophy
  • Remedial Measures To Minimise The Losses Due To Earthquakes
  • Earthquake Resistant Building Construction With Reinforced Hollow Concrete Block (Rhcbm)
  • Mid-Level Isolation
  • Earthquake Resistance Using Slurry Infiltrated
  • Mat Concrete (Simcon)
  • Traditional Earthquake Resistant Housing
  • Conclusions
  • References

Include with “Earthquake Resistant Building Construction” PPT

Page Length: 14 Pages

Contents:

  • Introduction
  • How Earthquake Resistant Building Is Different?
  • Effect Of Earthquake On Reinforced Concrete Buildings
  • Seismic Design Philosophy
  • Remedial Measures To Minimize The Losses Due To Earthquakes
  • Earthquake Resistant Building Construction With Reinforced Hollow Concrete Block (Rhcbm)
  • Mid-level Isolation
  • Earthquake Resistance Using Slurry Infiltrated  Mat Concrete (Simcon)
  • Traditional Earthquake Resistant Housing
  • Conclusions
  • References

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Earthquake Resistent Building Construction Seminar Report with PPT

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Siddharth Vairagi (NIT Agartala)

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