FOURTH SEMESTER B.E IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
SIDDAGANGA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
4. STEPS OF IMPLOSION.
5. The Bigger They Come, the Harder They Fall (ANALYSIS).
6. Detonators and Dynamite.
8. The factors that make certain buildings harder to bring down than Others?.
This presentation deals with the IMPLOSION TECHNOLOGY and the steps involved in imploding a high-rise structure.
Implosion is also known as controlled blasting. It deals with how a high-rise structure is made to collapse into its footprints without affecting the nearby structure.
Implosion is an event in which the entire structure collapses inwards because the external atmospheric pressure is grater than the internal atmospheric pressure. During this event there are a series of small explosions, but the structure itself isn’t erupting outwards, what actually takes place is the removal of specific support columns within the structure and hen cajoling the structure in one direction or another, but building implosion isn’t truly an Implosion… atmospheric pressure doesn’t pull or push the structure inwards, gravity makes it to collapse.
This presentation also brings in an overview of entire gamut of steps involved in this process.
At the end it is concluded that the Implosion Technology is the best, latest, and fastest technique than any other conventional method and a time dependent one.
An IMPLOSION is an event where something collapses inward, because the external atmospheric pressure is greater than the internal pressure. For example, if you pumped the air out of a glass tube, it might implode.
A building implosion isn't truly an implosion -- atmospheric pressure doesn't pull or push the structure inward, gravity makes it collapse....