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Live Case Studies:

1) Sanjay Gandhi Institute of Trauma & Orthopaedics 2) Mianyuta Accident & Trauma care center @ Banashankari, Bangalore 3) Meteorological center @ Bangalore 4) Lal bagh Botanical Garden 5) Indian Institute of Astrophysics @ Koramangala, Bangalore

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1). Sanjay Gandhi Institute of Trauma & Orthopaedics

View of the Alternative Exit

It is a well equipped Government Institute catering for the emergency cases & Accidental traumas. Located somewhat near NIMHANS Hospital, even this lies in the core of the city. Trauma Care centers lie b/w Hospital/ Clinic & a Multispeciality hospital (the major diff. being that they are approached only for the Traumatic & accidental cases which require immediate care & attention)

View of the Parking

View of the OPD


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Facilities Being Provided by the Institute


I- Teaching Facilities:
1- Department of Orthpaedics. 2- Department of General Surgery 3- Department of Anesthesiology 4- Department of Radiology 5- Department of Facio Maxillary surgery 6- Department of Pathology & Biochemistry

II- Facilities available


1- Orthopaedics: Trauma services, Joint replacement, Spine services, Hand & Tumour, 2- General surgery Neuro & Brain surgery, RADIOLOGY, Biochemistry, Pathology & Microbiology, Blood bank, Physiotherapy 3- Services Ambulance, 24 Hours casualty & ICU, CT Scan, Ultrasound, Doppler, Endoscopic micro disectomy system, Operation microscope, Auto analyser, Blood gas analyser, Haematology cell center. Proposed Global Catastrophe & Disaster Mitigation System @ Chennai
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Requirements

(as per vertical zoning)

Ground Floor:
1). Trauma care center (Casualty 3 stretcher 24 hours) 2). Observation ward (15 cap) 3). General ward 4). ICU (With provisions of ECG, Oxygen, syringe, pump, Casualty mask) 5). Main stores 6). X-Ray Departments, Line rooms 7). Provisions for CT Scan & Ultrasound 8). Mechanical laundry 9). OPD (Out patient dept) Observation ward 10). Blood bank

OPD in series showing various departments

Corridor Showing Casualty, Observation ward & Physiotherapy dept


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Workshop space for Artificial limb center (made up of Polystyrene resin)

Blood Bank looking through the Gallery open to sky

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FirstFloor:
1). General ward (16 cap) 2). Post operation ward (10 cap) 3). Male ward (with recreational facilities) 4). 3 Major OTs (Operation theaters) & 1 Septic OT 5). Semi special wards 6). Social work & reception 7). Pooja/Prayer room 8). Administration & Staff rooms 9). 2 Central open places 10). Exit

Post- operation ward

Waiting area besides Pooja room

Exit: looking through waiting area Semi Special ward

Exit from the First Floor


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A Special Zone Called OT:

OT (Operation Theatre)

13) Sisters Dressing room 1) Autoclave units (2 14) Anesthesia room machine rooms) 15) Slipper room (/Toilets) 2) Stores & washrooms 16) Surgeon's room 3) 3 OTs (Thoroughly equipped) 17) Doctors Changing room 4) Patient receiving area 18) Ward boy's room 5) Post OT & Pre OT Units. 6) Record rooms Septic OT 7) OT Scrubbing basins View of the OT from Outside 8) Receiving rooms (patient receiving through the window) 9) Sterile room For obvious reasons the Entry to the OT was restricted.. Hence making the 10) Old storage unit photographs unavailable. 11) Changing room The Movement of the patient prior operation & after the operation is the 12) ICU (15 cap)

governing factor for the design of an OT. (Patient is received into the OT from a window. After the operation he is either taken back to the ward or to the ICU )

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2) Mianyuta Accident & Trauma care center @ Bangalore

View of the main entrance

Mianyuta is a Private Trauma & accidental care center located in the strategic point of the Blore city i.e. near the Banashankari Bus stand Owned By Dr. Ravindra Shetty, it is one of the module or prototyped Trauma care centers. Hence, it is located besides a petrol pump & Near the main bus stand of Banashankari. This is what places it very near to the main road & increases the accessibility. This in turn makes the man power available for any emergency conditions
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View of the main entrance

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In & around the site

It is one of the Modular trauma car centers to be proposed in the strategic points of the city whose rapid prototyping has been successfully implemented in Chennai too. Thus, in terms of planning, the design has been worked as that of some specific well planned Module.

Outside the site ;a main auto stand & a Bus stand

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View of the general parking (besides the Petrol pump)
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Requirements
1- OPD (Out patient Department) 6 cap 2- IPD (In patient department) 8 cap 3- Casualty (2 cap) 4- Doctors cabin 5- OT 6- Stores 7- Toilets 8- Wards (separate for male & female) 9- ICU ward 10- Rest rooms 11- Drug Store & generator rooms

Future extension:
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View of the Reception & Waiting

Nurse, paramedics Add on for 20-40 beds More car parking In house food & Cafeteria
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First Module
Special ward (connected to OPD) Special ward (connected to OPD)

Casualty room-1

Casualty room-2nd Extension

View of the OPD


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Second module
IPD (to be shifted from OPD)

View of the exterior of OT

Inside the Main OT


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Storage & Service oriented Module

Paramedics section (with attached toilets)

Emergency Maternity ward

Sterilizer

Storage & the captive Power generator


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3)- Meteorological center @ Bangalore

It is located in the heart of the city @ Palace road & near Majestic Structure is nearly 65-75 year old The kind of service the building caters for, necessarily demands an ample amount of open space for the data management & day to day weather forecasting The entire built up is divide into 3 parts as per designing is concerned 1) Administration & research block 2) RADAR Unit 3) Open air system (Open ground with various apparatuses)

View of the main building looking form the entrance

Radar House
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I) Administration & Research block : III) Open air system : 1-General section Various apparatuses used 2- Communication Charting section in this system are: 3- Duty officer 1- Stevenson screen 4- Director in charge (Main head) 2- Double Stevenson screen 5- Assistant Meteorologist 3- Evaporimeter 6- Convergence room 4- Salinity sampler 7- Forecasting room 5- Ordinary rain gauge 8- Library 6- Automatic rain gauge 9- Seminar room 7- Automatic weather station 10- Institutional floor for (staff & Students (SUTRON Tower) involved in meteorological survey) View of the RADAR unit 11- Inspector & climatological section II) Radar Unit 1- General & record section 2- Pilot balloon Observatory 3- store room for Baroswitch, Anemometer, Hygrometer 4- Radio sounding unit 5- Dynes Pressure tube View of the Open air system
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Requirements

Main Administration & research building

Exterior View View of the Radar unit

Interior View of Office spaces

Main building is essentially an data retrieval unit with some office & institutional spaces It is linked to the regional & main office across the nation through Telecomm system & satellite communication system
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Open air system:

Single Stevenson

Double Stevenson Screen Enclosure Automatic rain Gauge unit

Screen Enclosure

Evaporimater

Automatic Service station

Ordinary (manual) rain Gauge unit


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Design requirements of the Open air system

Being a service oriented requirement this unit demanded a large chunk of open space, almost 1/3rd of the entire site The Stevenson apparatus had to be placed necessarily in the breezy area @ specific height 3 various kinds Rain gauge systems demanded an unobstructed open area so as to allow water seepage through them in order to measure the rainfall. An evaporimeter requires timely maintenance & change of water which is supplied through U.G lines An automatic weather station is about 8-10 m high apparatus which again needs an unobstructed open area in order to properly establish communication with the satellite

All the data collected from the Open Air System is collected & is used for weather forecasting after bypassing the data to the regional OFFICE.

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RADAR Unit: For Upper head Data

Experimental balloon to be used

Various wind turbines, Anemometers & other units for measuring the wind speed & direction

to measure Temp, Vapour

Hygrometer & Barometer nits

Pressure & Humidity &

wind direction

Computers & Radio sounding devices to be installed in RADAR Unit

Interior of the RADAR Unit


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4- Lal bagh: Botanical Garden

GLASS HOUSE

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Geography & Location


Due to vast extents of coverage Lal Bhag connects many areas around it through 4 Cardinal gates

Maps showing the Layout of Lal Bhag Botanical garden

Location of Lal Bhag


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Requirements & Built ups:


Training Center Lotus Pond South gate Dove cot ETP units Information kiosks Kempe Gouda towers Cacti House Car Parking Bonsai Garden Horticulture society Nursery men cooperative society EAST Gate Accounts Office Open air Auditorium Lotus pond Glass House Victoria Fountains Directorate of Horticulture Band stand Floral cock

Library MAIN Gate Botanical aquarium Fossils gallery Topiary Garden Lal Bagh lake Seed testing labs Garden office WEST gate

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Surrealism of Nature
Various interior views of the Lal bagh interior (Mazes, Plantations & Lakes)

Grandeur of the LAKE


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Built ups & Structures

Cacti House Dove cot

Mazes/walkways covered with Arched Trellises

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5. Indian Institute Of Astrophysics:

View of the Main building & New Laboratory

IIA (Indian Institute of Astrophysics) is located in Koramangala 2nd Block Bangalore Entire institution is Flanked by Greenification i.e. Buffer zone of trees. The Campus is divided into 3 wings of Main buildings (Laboratories , workspaces for scientists, ) Parking (2 & 4 wheelers)2 Workshops, Canteen, Office, Library, Power House The old main building is a G+2 Structure, The new one being G+4 Structure. The Main building being placed @ the center surrounded by the Serene landscape enhances the Formal Institution Space. The 3 main buildings basically serve as an Institutional & Research space for the scientists

Site Plan of the Campus


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Requirements:
1. Main Building: i. Administration ii. Reception & waiting area iii. Services (Staircase, Lifts 2 in number, Fire escape, Toilets) iv. Electronics Lab v. Computer Lab vi. Auditorium Vii. Office & staff rooms 2. Workshops (2 in number) 3. Power House - Offices space - Toilets - Staircase & service rooms 4. Canteen 5. Library 6. Union Bodies 7. 25 Parking (4 wheeler)
Vertical Zoning: 1st Floor: - Academic block (20 rooms) - Stairs, Lifts (2) - Auditorium 2nd Floor: - Academic Blocks - Toilets - Service rooms & Electronics labs - Computer labs 3rd Floor: - Reception - Seminar hall - Electronics labs - Academics section 4th Floor: - Same as 3rd floor Academics section

View of the New part of the main building

View of the Mechanical laboratory, Parking & Office/Library


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View of the Entrance View of the Main building & New Laboratory Canteen/Dining area @ 1st Floor of New Main building

View of the Lift Lobby near the Entrance View of the passage in Academic block showing Rooms/ Cabins of the scientists of the Auditorium @ 1st Floor View of the 4 wheeler parking near the Library
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View of the Academic

block showing the


Rooms for the Scientist

Plan of the Academic block

View of the Entrance to the Main building

Site plan of the Campus

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Other Internet Case Studies Involved


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