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  • Jamal Uddin Khan, Md. (Department of Civil Engineering, CE , BUET, 2017-10-31)
    Wind load is one of the most important environmental forces on structures. Due to the complex interaction with the atmospheric boundary layer, statistical methods are used to represent the wind interaction as a combination ...
  • Faizus Salehin, Mohammad (Department of Civil Engineering (CE), 2015-03)
    Bangladesh, having a serious and worsening road safety problem, is burdened with most of its urban crashes in the intersections. In order to have a better understanding of the factors affecting the probability of crashes ...
  • Mahnaz Hasan (Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 1993-05)
    This study deals with the behaviour of reinforced sand beds in relation to bearing capacity of footing foundation resting on these. The sand beds consist of layer of sands of varying thickness,with horizontally placed ...
  • Mohammed Abdul Quadir (Department of Civil Engineering (CE), 1990-10)
    A study on the behavior of a centrally loaded artificially prepared air dry sand layer is thesis. The study is concerned with the apparatus to study the bearing capacity constituted of selected sands of Bangladesh. strip ...
  • Arman Uddin Ahmed (Department of Civil Engineering, 2005-06)
    When reinforced concrete (RC) box culverts are located under heavy over-burden soil pressure, the overlying soil loading may produce 'beam bending like' effect in the longitudinal direction. This bending effect can induce ...
  • Raasheduddin Ahmed (Department of Civil Engineering (CE), 2009-07)
    An investigation using analytical and finite element analysis techniques has been conducted to study the behavior of extended end-plate moment connections having bolts exclusively in the extended portions of the end-plate. ...
  • Dutta, Sujan (Department of Civil Engineering, BUET (CE), 2008-08-16)
    Surfacc load due to vehicular traffic influences the performance of shallow buried pipcs. This thcsis prcscnts an invcstigation of the behavior of buried flexible pipes due to surlacc load. Two-dimensional finite element ...
  • Sharany Haque (Department of Civil Engineering, BUET (CE), 2007-08-08)
    In urban areas of Bangladesh it is a very common practice to keep the ground floor of multi storied buildings open for parking facility. These buildings-are generally designed as RC framed buildings without considering ...
  • Masood, Muhammad (Department of Civil Engineering (CE), 2007-09)
    Shear wall, commonly used to provide lateral stiffness of buildings, and is an important element for seismic resistance of a stmcture. Shear walls are frequently pierced for doors, windows al)d corridor openings. Also ...
  • Soebur Rahman, Md. (Department of Civil Engineering (CE), 2016-12)
    This study presents experimental as well as extensive numerical investigations on fully encased composite (FEC) columns under concentric and eccentric axial loads. The experimental program consisted of thirteen (13) FEC ...
  • Sen, Debasish (Department of Civil Engineering (CE), 2017-03)
    This study intends to investigate the performance and behavior of steel jacketed Reinforced Concrete columns under eccentric loads. An experimental program has been designed to identify the behavior of jacketed RC columns ...
  • Farjana, Akter (Department of Civil Engineering, CE , BUET, 2018-06-10)
    Reinforced concrete (RC) columns often need strengthening to improve their load carrying capacity and ductility to sustain the applied loads. This research investigates the behavior and strength of the RC columns strengthened ...
  • Sazzad Hossain, A.B.M (Department of Civil Engineering, 2003)
    The simple span beams supporting inclined cantilever slabs in one or both sides of the beam are usually used for structures such as porch, entrance gate, passenger shed at bus stoppages or railway terminals. For ...
  • M. Zakaria (Department of Civil Engineering, 1982-09)
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  • Kawsar Ali, Md. (Department of Civil Engineering, 1991-12)
    This study presents the results of investigations into the compressive behaviour of brick masonry constructed with cement mortar and mud mortar. For cement mortar, a particular cementsand ratio (1:4) has been used and ...
  • Zahid Hossain, FM (Department of Civil Engineering, 2005-06)
    Explosive and car bomb blasts have become day-to-day affairs in some of the co_untries highly affected by war and terrorism. Even peace loving countries are not free from this type of threat and fear. Oklahoma city bombing ...
  • Sehgal, Vijay Kumar (Department of Civil Engineering (CE), University of Roorkee, 1989-11)
    The experimental investigation has been carried out by testing near . prototype size ferrocement box girders. Two box girders were tested under uniformly distributed load (ud!) over the entire top flange and two other ...
  • Shariful islam, Md. (Department of Civil Engineering, 2014-12)
    The use of recycled aggregates from construction and demolition waste (CDW) as the replacement of coarse aggregates has increased in recent years in order to reduce the high consumption of natural resources by civil ...
  • Shazzath Hossain, Mohammad (Department of Civil Engineering (CE), 2014-09)
    Piles are relatively long, slender members that transmit foundation loads through soil strata of low bearing capacity to deeper soil or rock strata having a high bearing capacity. High rise structures supported by piles ...
  • Das, Tanmoy (Department of Civil Engineering, BUET, 2017-11-28)
    This study presents the results of in-plane cyclic loading tests conducted on unreinforced masonry walls retrofitted using ferrocement lamination. Ten half scale wall assemblies were built, consisting of a clay masonry ...

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