Syed Aaqib Javed

Syed Aaqib Javed
Ahsanullah University of Science & Tech · Department of Civil Engineering

Bachelor of Engineering

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19 Research Items
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April 2017 - present
Ahsanullah University of Science & Tech
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  • Lecturer

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Publications (24)
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The frequency ratio (FR) and Shannon entropy (SE) two bivariate models are used to produce LSM for CHA, Bangladesh, and a comparison is established between the two models through validation. A landslide inventory map of CHA with 730 landslides was randomly dispersed into the testing dataset, with 70% (511 landslides) used for modeling and 30% (219...
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Electronic waste is one of the fastest growing contributions to the waste stream. E-waste contains a number of unsafe substances which can leak into the groundwater if disposed of in landfills or emission of CO 2 when incinerated. Reusing and recycling of electronic hardware can trigger a range of environmental, social and economic benefits. Extend...
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The weak soil is largely distributed worldwide and creates problems in constructing pavements, roadways, structures, irrigation systems and foundation works due to low shear strength and bearing capacity. The ways of improving soil is known as soil stabilization. Various soil stabilization techniques are using but none of them are cost effective an...
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Expansive soils are largely distributed worldwide, and are a source of great damage to structures. The problem with expansive soils has been experienced all over the world. Soil stabilization is the solution to the problem of expansive soils. Soil stabilization is the process which improves the engineering properties of soil and makes it stable. Va...
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Rise in sea temperature and ocean acidification, both linked to the coral bleaching. An estimated 20 percent of the world's reefs are now severely damaged and unlikely to recover and about half of the remaining coral reefs are under risk of collapse.Saint Martin's island is the only place of blue sea and corals in Bangladesh. A total of 234 species...
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Synchro is primarily used for modeling traffic flow, traffic signal progression, and optimization of traffic signal timing. Additionally, it can be used to analyze arterials and signalized/unsignalized intersections. Additionally, Synchro Software and its suite of associated applications is a traffic signal timing software that assists engineers an...
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Soil liquefaction is the most hazardous phenomenon for buildings, highways, railways and other structures in recent past years. Liquefaction of soil followed by earthquakes has always been a source of danger for the people living in the highly vulnerable seismic zones of the world. Dhaka city is expanding rapidly on reclaimed land due to rapid incr...
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Traffic congestion is of great concern for the inhabitants of Dhaka city because of elongated travel time, loss of productive hours. Despite of all the planning programs and projects designed by the government, the outrageous congestion problem is worsening day by day because of the rapid growth of population and increase in the number of vehicles....
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Planning of transportation facilities for any city depends on trip generation. In this paper, trip attraction rate of six shopping centers located at different places (Uttara, Gulshan and Dhanmondi) in Dhaka city is determined. Physical features like floor area (ft2), parking space, number of shops, number of entry, number of employees (per shop) a...
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Planning of transportation facilities for any city depends on trip generation. In this paper, trip attraction rate of six shopping centers located at different places (Uttara, Gulshan and Dhanmondi) in Dhaka city is determined. Physical features like floor area (ft2), parking space, number of shops, number of entry, number of employees (per shop) a...
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Changes in consumer habits have directly lead to a worldwide problem regarding managment of unwanted waste. Many of the developed countries have already used their available landfils avobe their cpacities and are now trying to export their waste to under privilized third world countries. Developing countries like Bangladesh are struggling to manage...
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Changes in consumer habits have directly lead to a worldwide problem regarding managment of unwanted waste. Many of the developed countries have already used their available landfils avobe their cpacities and are now trying to export their waste to under privilized third world countries. Developing countries like Bangladesh are struggling to ma...
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In Bangladesh many low laying areas which remained under water are developing for residential and commercial purposes by sand filling. These areas are developing by different government and non-government organization by naming different projects. Such a project is Jhilmil Project of RAJUK (RajdhaniUnnayanKartipalha) located near the Dhaka city. Su...
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The performance of different types of frame with base isolator and Rectangular shape frames with different types of bracing under earthquake is investigated to know the building response. A 20 story SAC frame was selected for this study and the base isolated frame is introduced to compare with the rectangular shape frames. Modal time period and fre...
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Reusing paper conserves natural resources, saves energy, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, and keeps landfill space free. The purpose of this study is to view the paper reusing scenario in Dhaka city. A structured questionnaire survey has been carried out in the five study areas were surveyed. Each day 3000 tons household waste are producing in Dha...
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Reusing and recycling of electronic hardware can trigger a range of environmental, social and economic benefits. This study helps to scrutiny the existing e-waste management process in selected areas of the Dhaka, Chittagong and Mymensingh City Corporation and Munshigonj district. Outcome of this study shows i) total reusing and recycling process o...
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Reusing and recycling of any waste is environmentally beneficial. In spite of being a poor country Bangladesh generates huge amount of car waste. Usage of car waste is increasing, resulting in more car wastes. Car waste contains toxic ingredients that poses an environmental threat if they are disposed of improperly. A car consists of many parts. Ma...
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AustLogit is an analysis software for classification which is created for designing modal split models. Modal splits forms an integral part of the transport development strategy of any surveyed district. Unlike any other statistical analysis software which focuses on general purpose statistical tasks the AustLogit only created for recognizing behav...
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Soil liquefaction and related ground failures are commonly associated with large earthquakes. Liquefaction refers to the loss of strength in saturated, cohesionless soils due to the build-up of pore water pressures during dynamic loading. Many physical damages of structures are resulted from the liquefaction. Mainly reclaimed areas are more vulnera...
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Modal split represents a method used to determine the potential number of trips by mode. The urban travelers in Bangladesh have distinct features, as against travelers from other countries, which includes cultural and socioeconomic factors. This paper represents the behavior of Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology student travelling patt...
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Soil liquefaction and related ground failures are commonly associated with large earthquakes. Liquefaction refers to the loss of strength in saturated, cohesionless soils due to the build-up of pore water pressures during dynamic loading. Many physical damages of structures are resulted from the liquefaction. Mainly reclaimed areas are more vulnera...
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The salinity movement transports to the top of the brick structures and causes considerable damage to it. This study investigates the salinity movement in brick structures by doing experimental setups of 12 rectangular brick samples. The brick sample was placed vertically and protected by wax in specific outer faces The specimens were kept vertical...
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Soil liquefaction and related ground failures are commonly associated with large earthquakes. Liquefaction refers to the loss of strength in saturated, cohesionless soils due to the build-up of pore water pressures during dynamic loading. Many physical damages of structures are resulted from the liquefaction. Mainly reclaimed areas are more vulnera...

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Archived project
Published two research conference paper at Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology and Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology.
Project
Identify the present scenario of reusing and recycling of Bangladesh