BNBC 2020 (Free Live Class)

BNBC 2020 Live Class

Starting Date: 04 June 2021

Time: Every Friday 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Total Class: 25 – 30

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একজন সিভিল ইঞ্জিনিয়ার যদি বাংলাদেশে ডিজাইন এবং কনস্ট্রাকশন সেক্টরে স্বনামধন্য দক্ষ ইঞ্জিনিয়ার হিসাবে নিজেকে গড়ে তুলতে চায়, তাকে অবশ্যই সবার আগে BNBC 2020 অধ্যয়ন করতে হবে।

আপনাদের প্রফেশনাল উন্নতির সহায়ক হিসাবে আমাদের বিশেষজ্ঞ ও অভিজ্ঞ সিভিল ইঞ্জিনিয়াররা মিলে BNBC 2020 দিয়ে একটি মজাদার শরবত তৈরী করেছেন আপনাদের জন্য। এই শরবত হচ্ছে BNBC 2020 Live Class । এতে থাকবে RCC Structural and Foundation Design and Construction সম্পর্কিত অংশগুলো। নিজেকে সুযোগ্য দক্ষ সিভিল ইঞ্জিনিয়ার হিসাবে প্রতিষ্টিত করতে হলে এই কোর্স আপনার জন্য।

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রেজিস্ট্রেশন করতে এখানে ক্লিক করুন।

As a Civil Engineer, if anyone wants to be a reputed, skilled, and professional engineer in Design and Construction Sector, he must study BNBC 2020 first.

Our experts and experienced civil engineers made a delicious juice for you to assist you in your professional development. This is the BNBC 2020 Live Class. This course will include all parts of BNBC that required for RCC Structural and Foundation Design and Construction. To establish yourself as a competent and professional civil engineer, this course is for you.

To get 33% discount register before 30/05/2021. Click here for registration.

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What you'll learn

  • Serviceability limits, drift and deflection limits
  • Earthquake resistant design concept of RCC structures
  • Earthquake load calculation as per BNBC 2020
  • Wind load calculation as per BNBC 2020
  • Seismic detailing of RCC structures as per BNBC 2020
  • Soils and foundations as per BNBC 2020

Special Gift with The Course

  • Wind load calculation excel program
  • Earthquake load calculation excel program

Prerequisite / Eligibility

  • BSc, MSc or PhD in Civil Engineering
  • Level 4 or 4th year student of bachelor’s in civil engineering
  • Design Engineer / Site Engineer / Construction Engineer

Course Teacher

Professor Dr. Jahangir Alam, Department of Civil Engineering, BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Brief Biography of Course Teacher


  • Post-Doctoral Fellow in Soil-Structure Interaction at Ecole Centrale Paris in 2008
  • PhD in Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering, the University of Tokyo, Japan, 2005
  • MSc in Civil and Geotechnical Engineering, BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2002
  • BSc in Civil Engineering, BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1998


Professor Dr. Engr. Md. Jahangir Alam is faculty member at the Department of Civil Engineering, BUET, Dhaka-1000, since 1999. He completed his PhD from University of Tokyo in Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering in 2005 as a Monbu-Kagaku-sho Scholar. He was research fellow in Ecole Centrale Paris in 2008. Professor Jahangir did his BSc in Civil Engg with major in Structure and MSc in Civil and Geotechnical Engineering from BUET.

Professor Jahangir has multidisciplinary research interests and has publications in international journals and conferences. His current research topics are “Risk Sensitive Land Use Planning of Mega City”, Physical and Numerical Modeling of Liquefaction Hazard, Mitigation against Seismic Liquefaction, Cyclic Behavior of Non-plastic silt, Reinforced Earth, Earthquake Resistant Foundation in Soft Soil, Climate Resilient Concrete, Climate Resilient Road.

Professor Jahangir was involved in many consultancy projects where he designed/checked high rise RCC buildings, Communication towers, Jetty, Shore Pile, Embankment, Container Terminal, Ground Improvement, Bridge Foundation etc. He supervised many MSc and PhD students. He was involved in pile load testing, pile integrity testing, concrete mix design and development of laboratory and field-testing equipment.

Professor Jahangir actively involved in National and International professional bodies. He is life member and was Treasurer of Bangladesh Society for Geotechnical Engineering (BSGE), which is Bangladesh Chapter of ISSMGE. He is life fellow of Institute of Engineers Bangladesh (IEB). He is life member of Bangladesh Earthquake Society (BES). He was Treasurer of Bangladesh Earthquake Society (BES).

Certificate of Attendance

Certificate of attendance will be awarded after completion of all video lessons and quizzes

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Definitions and general requirements

  • Definitions: Base shear, Basic wind speed, Bearing wall system, Braced frame, Building frame system, Concentric braced frame, Bearing wall system, collector, dead load, diaphragm, dual system, eccentric braced frame, horizontal bracing system, intermediate moment frame, live load, moment resisting frame, ordinary moment frame, primary framing system, shear wall, slender buildings and structures, soft storey, space frame, special moment frame, storey, storey, shear, strength, terrain, three-second gust speed, tower, three second gust, mean hourly, fastest mile wind, weak storey.
  • Basic Considerations: Building and Structure Occupancy Categories, Distribution of Horizontal Shear, Horizontal Torsional Moments, Stability Against Overturning and Sliding, Anchorage.
  • Basic Structural Systems: Special Moment Frames (SMF), Intermediate Moment Frames (IMF), Ordinary Moment Frames (OMF), Dual System.
  • Design for Lateral Loads: Design for wind load, Design for wind load

Drift and deflection limits

  • Basic considerations: Deflection limits, Control of deflections.
  • Serviceability for lateral loads: Drift and building separation, Load combination for serviceability, deflection due to creep, drift due earthquake loading.
  • Effective stiffness for determining lateral deflections
  • Cracked section and Input in analysis (ETABS)
  • Allowable storey drift limit

Basics of Earthquake Engineering

  • Response spectra
  • Frequencies of ground-motion
  • Spectral acceleration
  • Site Amplification
  • Ground Motion Deconvolution
  • Example of amplification
  • Double Resonance

Earthquake Load

  • Earthquake Resistant Design (Basic Concepts)
  • Characteristics of Earthquake Resistant Buildings: Structural Simplicity, Lateral stiffness, Structural Redundancy, Horizontal Bi-directional Resistance and Stiffness, Diaphragm Behavior.
  • Subsoil Investigation and Assessment of Site Conditions: Site investigation, Site classification.
  • Earthquake Ground Motion: Regional seismicity, Seismic zoning, Design response spectrum.
  • Vertical distribution of lateral forces
  • Site-Specific Design Spectrum
  • Seismic Design Category
  • Building irregularity
  • Load combinations
  • Earthquake Load Calculation

Wind Load

  • Wind load design procedures: Method 1: Simplified Procedure, Method 2: Analytical Procedure, Method 3: Wind Tunnel Procedure
  • Characteristics of Wind
  • Wind speed variation with height
  • Pressure co-efficient
  • Basic Wind Speed
  • Exposure
  • Wind Load Calculation

Detailing of Reinforcement in Concrete Structures

  • General requirements of detailing: Standard and seismic hook, Minimum bend diameter, Tolerance for placing reinforcement, Spacing of reinforcement, Bundled bar, Exposure condition and cover, Column detailing, Temperature and shrinkage bars, Structural integrity, Development length.
  • Seismic detailing: Occupancy Category, Importance factor, Seismic design category (OMRF, IMRF, SMRF), Flexural Members of Special Moment Frames (SMRF – beam), Special Moment Frame Members Subjected to Bending and Axial Load (SMRF – Column), Minimum flexural strength of columns , Special, Structural Walls and Coupling Beams, Requirements for Intermediate Moment Frames , Requirements for ordinary moment frame members, Comparison between OMRF, IMRF and SMRF.

Soils and Foundations

  • DIVISION A (Site Investigations, Soil Classifications, Materials and Foundation Types): Sub-Surface Survey, Methods of Exploration, Depth of Exploration, Geotechnical Investigation Report, USCS Classification, Organic soil, Expansive Soils, Collapsible Soils, Dispersive Soil, Exchangeable Sodium Percentage, Double Hydrometer Test, Soft Inorganic Soil.
  • DIVISION B (Service Load Design Method of Foundations): Bearing capacity of the soil, Dimension of footing, Depth of footing, Thickness of Footing, Scour, Mass Movement of Ground in Unstable Areas, Foundation Excavation, Design Considerations, Geotechnical design of shallow foundations, Settlement,
  • DIVISION C (Additional Considerations in Planning, Design and Construction of Building Foundations): Excavation, Dewatering, Slope stability of adjoining buildings.

Rcorded Class-1 (04.06.2021)

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