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Haiti earthquake presentation
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Haiti earthquake presentation
Haiti earthquake presentation
Haiti earthquake presentation
Haiti earthquake presentation
Haiti earthquake presentation
Haiti earthquake presentation
Haiti earthquake presentation
Haiti earthquake presentation
Haiti earthquake presentation
Haiti earthquake presentation
Haiti earthquake presentation
Haiti earthquake presentation
Haiti earthquake presentation
Haiti earthquake presentation
Haiti earthquake presentation
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  • 1. e"sDk lbj; @)^* (EARTHQUAKE lbj; DAY 2068)THE DEVASTATING EARTHQAUKE OF HAITI January 15, 2012 Hetauda municipality Hetauda, Makawanapur Presented by: Er. Prabin Tandan Building Technology Research and Training Centre Hetauda, Makawanpur BTRTC/01
  • 2. THE HAITIAN DEVASTATION A PREVIEW Magnitude – 7.0 Richter scale• Time – 12 Tuesday, 2010 21:53:10 UTC Location – 18.443 deg. N, 72.571 deg. W; in the boundary between Caribbean plate (moving eastward with respect to) North American plate. Depth – 13 km Distance – 25 km. WSW of Port-Au-Prince, Haiti 2 BTRTC/01
  • 3. CASUALTIES :No. of Deaths : 2,22,570No. of people injured : 3,00,000No. of people displaced : 13 lakhsHouses destroyed : 97,294Houses damaged : 1,88,383Estimated economic loss : $7.8 billion 3 BTRTC/01
  • 4. History of Earthquakes in Haiti1751 A.D.(Port-au-Prince) : Almost all masonry buildings completely collapsed1770 A.D. (Port-au-Prince) : Magnitude 7.5; over 200 people killed1842 A.D. (Cap-Haitien) : 10,000 people killed1946 A.D. (Dominican Republic) : Magnitude 8.0; 1600 people killed in Haiti 4 BTRTC/01
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  • 14. Comparison between threeEarthquakes: Why did Haiti suffer more? 14 BTRTC/01
  • 15. Comparision between three Earthquakes: Why did Haiti suffer more? Observatory Earthquake Readiness Workshop, La Serena November 2007 15 BTRTC/01
  • 16. Comparision between three Earthquakes: Why did Haiti suffer more? 16 BTRTC/01
  • 17. Comparision between three Earthquakes: Why did Haiti suffer more? 17 BTRTC/01
  • 18. Comparision between three Earthquakes: Why did Haiti suffer more? 18 BTRTC/01
  • 19. Causes of the Catastrophe: Focus very close to the ground (only 13 km fromground surface) Most houses poorly constructed, buildingcodes not properly followed Dense urban environment Lack of Earthquake preparation (People in someearthquakes have saved lives after getting alarmfrom warning systems) Lack of proper rescue and relief (China mobilizedits military effectively to save many lives) 19 BTRTC/01
  • 20. What can we learn from it? We have similar infrastructures and haphazardurban development Building codes are not properly followed Our only international airport has no Earthquakeemergency plan (The airport in Haiti was only halffunctioning at the time of Earthquake) Our economical condition is too low to provideimmediate relief in case of disasters 20 BTRTC/01
  • 21. THANK YOU !!! . BTRTC/01

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