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  • Fateh-UI-Anam Muhammad Shafee Yusuf (Department of Civil Engineering, 1999-08)
    In Bangladesh, surface water was the principal source for drinking water ever upto recent past. However, during the recent decades, due to the intensive development programs, the ground water is utilized for drinking ...
  • Moazzem Hossain (Department of Civil Engineering (CE), 1992-08)
    In this research the behavior of a conventional concrete pavement of uniform thickness and a thickened edge box type pavement with holes for utility services have been investigated under traffic wheel loads using finite ...
  • Abu Selim Mollah, Md. (Department of Civil Engineering, 2002-12)
    Deep beam is a very important structural element in various types of concrete structures such as transfer girder, panel beams, foundation walls of rectangular tanks, bins, shear walls, etc. Beams whose span to depth ratio ...
  • Mymur Sultan, Syed Md. (Department of Civil Engineering (CE), BUET, 2000-09)
    Deep beam is a very important structural element in various types of concrete structures such as pile cap, transfer girder, panel beams, foundation walls of rectangular tanks and bins, shear walls, folded plate roof ...
  • Abul Bashar, Md. (Department of Civil Engineering, 2012-10)
    In Bangladesh, procurement of goods, works and services using public fund is made following the Public Procurement Act-2006 (PPA-2006) and Public Procurement Rules- 2008 (PPR-2008). In this process a competent bidder is ...
  • Munaz Ahmed Noor (Department of Civil Engineering, 1997-09)
    Seismic code provides criteria for the design and construction of new buildings subjected to earthquakes in order to minimise the hazard to life for all buildings, to increase the expected performance of higher occupancy ...
  • Shaha, Nandita Rani (Department of Civil Engineering, 2013-03)
    The strength and compressibility properties of soil were determined from the soil collected by using Modified Shelby Tubes. Then these were used to correlate with Standard Penetration Resistance. Generally Standard Penetration ...
  • Maksimul Islam, Md. (Department of Civil Engineering, 2015-02)
    A reliability analysis was performed in this study for community rainwater harvesting system followed by a cost-benefit analysis. A site survey was performed in the study area (Paikgacha Pourashava) as a part of data ...
  • Nibedita Chowdhury (Department of Civil Engineering (CE), 1999-10)
    Widespread arsenic contamination of groundwater has become a major public health concern in Bangladesh, where water supply is heavily dependent on groundwater. The present study focused on removal of arsenic from groundwater ...
  • Salma Shahid (Department of Civil Engineering (CE), 1998-12)
    Ground water is a major source of safe water for drinking and other domestic purposes for the rural I urban population of Bangladesh which may have iron content in excess of 5 mg/L. This study is an experimental ...
  • Ehosan Habib, Md. (Department of Civil Engineering (CE), 2013-12)
    Manganese (Mn) and arsenic (As) are common natural groundwater contaminants in Bangladesh. WHO (2004) recommended health-based drinking water guideline values of 0.4 mg/l and 0.01 mg/l for Mn and As, respectively. WHO ...
  • Snigdha Afsana (Department of Civil Engineering, BUET (CE), 2004-08)
    Although significant research works have been carried out on removal of arsenic and iron from groundwater, relatively little work has been done on the removal of manganese from groundwater in Bangladesh, in spite of its ...
  • Mahmuda Tasneem, Kazi (Department of Civil Engineering, 2010-06)
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  • Sultana Naznin Afroze (Department of Civil Engineering, BUET (CE), 1998-04)
    The quality of water is of vital concern for mankind since it is directly linked with human welfare. But majority of people are still not aware of it. People use surface water for various domestic purposes. Surface water ...
  • Rupak Mutsuddy (Department of Civil Engineering (CE), 2009-08)
    Flyover bridges have become an essential part of the transport system of modern cities. They are constructed to ease the traffic congestion in mega cities and improve the mobility of the people. Dhaka City, already a ...
  • Sampa Akter (Department of Civil Engineering, CE , BUET, 2019-02-18)
    Blast incidents in recent years indicate that most of the terrorist attacks target on high occupancy iconic and public building using vehicle borne incendiary devices. Most of these buildings have been built without ...
  • Mehedi Hasan, Md. (Department of Civil Engineering (CE), 2015-12)
    Based on observed damage patterns from previous earthquakes and a rich history of analytical studies, asynchronous input motion has been identified as a major source of unfavourable response for long span structures, such ...
  • Fatema - Tuz - Zahura (Department of Civil Engineering, CE , BUET, 2017-09-25)
    Punching shear failure is usually the governing failure mode of flat plate structures. Punching failure is brittle in nature which induces more vulnerability to this type of structure. The objective of the present study ...
  • Saiful Alam, Md. (Department of Civil Engineering, 2003-09)
    Footing is onc of thc most important structural e1cmcnts in the field of construction. Punching shear is a govel11ing factor to be considered in the dcsign of footings. Depth of footing is a major concern of punching ...
  • Abdus Salam, Mohammad (Department of Civil Engineering (CE), 1998-12)
    In this research a review of various computational methods those are available for slope stability analyses have been performed by considering case studies of three embankment failures and one landslide. These are ...

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