Analysis and redesign Mofeed Al-Shami building

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Ragheb Thiab
Tasneem Hafaitha
Tawfiq Abu Al- Rob
Aseel Nassar
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In the first graduation project. We analyzed the soil for the construction of Mufid al-Shami, located on Tunis Street/ Nablus, where the building was built 6 years ago and suffered many collapses, whether in walls, columns or others, where these collapses reached the eighth floor. In the second graduation project: We analyzed the building based on soil tests and used several programs, including sap, Etab, safe and the mainstay wall program, where we found that the building has structural collapses, especially in the bases, and we redesigned the rules on the program to make it structurally safe. General methodology on all project: , we will analyze the strength of the building designed on the foundations and find out whether the foundations are able to bear the external weight or not, as we will use the building plans that we will obtain from the Nablus municipality where these plans show the building's height, the natural levels of the land, and the height of one floor, as illustrated by the method for The distribution of columns and foundations in reality Several modifications have been made to the properties of the building, as an addition floor similar to the fifth floor was added, and the bearing strength of the soil was adopted at 2.5 kg / cm2 due to the absence of a soil report for the structure that will be analyzed in the next part of the project. Addition of bearing walls for the structure, which will be approved next year There is 42 footing in the plan, so all footings will be analyzed using the solution methods that have been learned, depending on the building code with the note that the third floor has been made such as the ground floor and the fourth, sixth, seventh floors as the fifth floor due to the lack of complete plans required from the owner, in addition to the addition of 3 additional floors to the building as a safety factor The loads that were taken from the code will be approved instead of the loads that were previously approved in the engineering plans. The critical areas in the building are taken and accordingly the necessary calculations are made to find the footing dimensions, knowing that the value of the live load has been changed to 3 km / m2 due to the presence of parking in the basement floors. And then we used the software to complete the analysis and design process.