Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Collapse of 4 storied building in begunbari --

1,072 views

Published on

Published in: Education, Business, Technology
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Collapse of 4 storied building in begunbari --

  1. 1. Collapse of 4 storied building inBegunbari---A pictorial case study Md. Nurul Alam Project Coordinator/Structural Engineer, ADPC
  2. 2. Overview• Date: June 01, 2010• Time: 11 PM Local time• Location: 18/B, Moddho Begunbari Post Office• Type of Building collapsed: RCC ( LC-Non- Engineered), 4 storied• Construction year of the building : 1999• Casualty: 19 died as on June 02, 2010, number of casualty may increase
  3. 3. Paper Clippings of June 02, 2010
  4. 4. LC building collapsed on a tin-shed building Tin Shed LC Building
  5. 5. Missing of Sufficient Ties in columns
  6. 6. Narrow Access route made the response work difficult
  7. 7. The Structure was built on a recently filled land
  8. 8. (Ground Floor)Soft Storey Effect!
  9. 9. Bad Choice of Construction materials
  10. 10. Brittle failure
  11. 11. Bad connection to the ground
  12. 12. Short Column Effect
  13. 13. RemarksThe reasons behind the collapse of the building may be listed as follows:• Improper site selection, even the land was filled with garbage instead of soil.• Some heavy construction material were stored in the top floor of the building, which might lead the collapse.• Low stiffness of the ground floor ( GF soft) might lead to the collapse.• Foundation was not designed properly and the connection between the column and the base was not adequate.
  14. 14. FSCD, Police, AFD, BDRCS, Ansar, community volunteers all were involved in the S&R operations , but still the collapsed building could not be removed.
  15. 15. It is not a special case in the area. Still there are somany vulnerable structures in the particular place!
  16. 16. Photo CreditMd. Nurul Alam, PC/SE, ADPC na.sumon@yahoo.com sumondhrubo@yahoo.com

×