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IITK-BMTPC Earthquake Tips:: Learning Seismic Design and Construction

In the aftermath of the 2001 Bhuj earthquake, the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur and the Building Materials and Technology Promotion Council, New Delhi, launched in early 2002 the IITK-BMTPC Series on Earthquake Tips to disseminate the basic concepts of earthquake resistant constructions through simple language. In all 24 Tips have been released. Each Tip consists of a two-page description of the theme mentioned in its Title. An important feature of these 24 EQ Tips is that they are dominated by simple sketches and photos. Further, to ensure quality of the content, each Tip has been reviewed by a panel of international experts in the subject. These Tips have been published regularly in a number of leading journals, magazines and newspapers (e.g., The Hindu, The Statesman, The New Indian Express, and The Tribune) of the country. The EQ Tips are a property of the IIT Kanpur and BMTPC, New Delhi. It may be reproduced without changing its contents and with due acknowledgement. Suggestions/comments may be sent to: eqtips@iitk.ac.in.
EQ Tips 
S NoSubject 
EQ Tip 1What Causes Earthquakes?
EQ Tip 2How the Ground Shakes?
EQ Tip 3What are Magnitude and Intensity?
EQ Tip 4Where are the Seismic Zones in India?
EQ Tip 5What are the Seismic Effects on Structures?
EQ Tip 6How Architectural Features Affect Buildings During Earthquakes?
EQ Tip 7How Buildings Twist During Earthquakes?
EQ Tip 8What is the Seismic Design Philosophy of Buildings?
EQ Tip 9How to Make Buildings Ductile for Good Seismic Performance?
EQ Tip 10How Flexibility of Buildings Affects their Earthquake Response?
EQ Tip 11What are the Indian Seismic Codes?
EQ Tip 12How do Brick Masonry behave during Earthquake?
EQ Tip 13Why should Masonry Buildings have simple Structural Configuration?
EQ Tip 14Why are horizontal bands necessary in masonry buildings?
EQ Tip 15Why is vertical reinforcement required in masonry buildings?
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