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CASE STUDY ON JAUNAPUR SLUM RESETTLEMENT SCHEME
AAKRITI RAWAT
ARC-1024
B.ARCH, 10th SEM. (2010-2015)
SUBMITTED TO : CASE S...
CASE STUDY ON JAUNAPUR SLUM RESETTLEMENT SCHEME
AAKRITI RAWAT
ARC-1024
B.ARCH, 10th SEM. (2010-2015)
SUBMITTED TO : CASE S...
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Jaunapur slum resettlement scheme by Ar.Anil Laul

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Jaunapur slum resettlement scheme is a rehabilitation of slum project by Ar.Anil Laul . It is a very good example of low cost housing. The concept and the design criteria helps you a lot.

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Jaunapur slum resettlement scheme by Ar.Anil Laul

  1. 1. CASE STUDY ON JAUNAPUR SLUM RESETTLEMENT SCHEME AAKRITI RAWAT ARC-1024 B.ARCH, 10th SEM. (2010-2015) SUBMITTED TO : CASE STUDY REPORT THESIS TOPIC : SIGNATURE : SUBMITTED BY : FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE RPET GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS SHEET NO.2 SOCIO-CULTURAL HOUSING KARNAL ABOUT THE SITE : • It is very rocky, heavily contoured. • Site is fed by two main roads. • Soil type- • Total site area – 61 acres • Built up area – 45 acres • Area of the roads including – 15 acres (24.59 %) pathways and chowks • Area under greens -16 acres (28.8 %) • Density achievable – 110 du units/acre • Resultant Density achieved – 80 du units/acre • Total no.of units – 3600 units DIAGONAL GRID ADVANTAGE • Building on diagonal grid allows for more flexibility. • Entries could be changed according to the individual’s comfortability from vastu point of view i.e from NORTH ,NORTH-EAST OR EAST. • Cross breeze from all directions can be tapped and very effective VENTURI EFFECT could be experienced. • Cross courts provide ventilation for the units. • Entry of a du is taken from one court while its ventilation from the adjacent court. In built check for encroachment DWELLING UNITS : • Designed as skeleton units and hence provides freedom to reuse walling materials from their earlier homes. • D.u are arrow shaped,tail of the arrow forming cooking alcove. • Cooking space is provided with an inclined r.c.c slab for future access upstairs. • Habitable room- 15.8 sq.m/d.u • Incremental area upto – 31.6 sq.m • Identical unit on the upper floor • 7.3m X 7.3m wide courts shared between 4-5 units. • Provision for vertical expansion. DIAGRAM SHOWING EFFECTIVE VENTURI EFFECT CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES Funicular shell roofing with waste stone infill : • Minimises use of high energy steel reinforcement. • Minimises requirement of internal plasters. Surface engineered walling blocks • Have an impermeable non-erodible diaphragm with required finish. • They are casted using simple hand operated moulds. • Have horizontal core for easy handling and are filled by waste polythene bags. Stone-faced concrete paving panels • Internal roads are paved in 18”X18” concrete panels that are faced with waste stone. Jack arched rcc drain covers • The inherent strength of jack arch form allows minimal use of steel and cement. • Aesthetically pleasing,aloows percolation of storm water through joints. Welded trussed girders Prefabricated trussed stell girders have been used for the structural framework in plinth beams,vertical columns and tie beams. FUNICULAR SHELL ROOFINGVIEW OF RESIDENTIAL UNITCOMBINED TOILET UNITS CONCRETE PAVING PANELS INTERIOR VIEW OF A TYPICAL UNIT N N LATITUDE - 28°28‘1.55"N LONGITUDE - 77°9‘9.01“E PLAN SHOWING THE WIND DIRECTION AND CROSS VENTILATION
  2. 2. CASE STUDY ON JAUNAPUR SLUM RESETTLEMENT SCHEME AAKRITI RAWAT ARC-1024 B.ARCH, 10th SEM. (2010-2015) SUBMITTED TO : CASE STUDY REPORT THESIS TOPIC : SIGNATURE : SUBMITTED BY : FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE RPET GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS SHEET NO.2 SOCIO-CULTURAL HOUSING KARNAL Bricks Hollow core walling block Funicular shell Trussed wire girder beam Hollow core surface engineered walling blocks Mild steel hot rolled section Plinth beam trussed with girder Mild steel hot rolled section with G.I sheeting Concrete wall Hollow core surface engineered walling blocks 25 mm thk p.c.c flooring INFERENCES Merits • Use of low cost materials make it a viable solution. • Diagonal grid planning maximizes the venture effect of the wind. • Social structure can be maintained in a G+1 structure and it was helped by the separate court yards. • Clustering of three units helps create a bonding among the neighbours and helps them regain their social infrastructure. • Flexibility for individuals to open their entries according to their comfortability. • The common courts between units helps in better interaction among people. • Low cost materials used in the construction minimized the cost to a greater extent. • Locally available materials were used ,hence cutting the cost of construction. Demerits • This scheme is not workable for higher density. • No proper roads to approach to the site. • It is a bit far from the village area and hence people faced problem in shifting from the village to the site. Section of the building depicting the materials used in construction Floor plans showing the materials used in the structure Area per dwelling unit – 15.8 sq.m Incremental upto - 31.6 sq.m SITE PLAN

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