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Title: Remedies and Effects of Flood on Bricks and AAC Block Walls on Residential Building
Authors: Bansal, Rishav
Gautam, Chandra Pal [Guided by]
Keywords: Effects
Fiber reinforced polymer
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Jaypee University of Information Technology, Solan, H.P.
Abstract: There are so many effects of flood on the structures which cause a large damage on the materials used in their construction like bricks, concrete, steel, blocks etc. As in case of Kerala flood, the main effect is due to the still water that remains in building for long time as in result structure loses its strength, and as a result depletion of buildings causes very huge loss of human life, property, crops and money. Main objective of this study is to find out different methods which help to reduce the demolition of building materials used in any structure. Application of fiber reinforced polymer sheet, bitumen and waterproofing agents are considered in this project. In these cases with and without FRP, bitumen and waterproofing agent are studied and comparison of their effects to reduce the degradation of building materials is determined. This can be cultivated, to a limited extent, by utilizing materials, hardware, and development procedures that are impervious to flood harm in areas that would be wet during flood. The effects of flooding can be greatly reduced by taking preventative and precautionary measures. This can be done by: - By using bitumen, waterproofing membranes on walls we can save the structure from flood. Bitumen layer can help the structure from water attacks. Increment in the plinth level can also help us from flood. Fiber reinforced composites have a large benefits that have include strength, tensile and various benefits on the structure .To validate the results, a model has been created which is analyzed in two software’s which are STAAD PRO and ABAQUS.
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