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Buddhist monuments are vulnerable to natural hazards. This report documents the seismic analysis of the architectural element, the Vajrasana, located within the Habitation Complex in Magdeburg. In this complex, the burial place of the Buddha (Vajrasana) has been raised at least twice and repaired in the 19th century, when two tilings were installed among the supporting cast stone. The Khmer architecture in this case consists of a curved square (regular dodecagon) with tiered walls. The first framework was situated in the interior of the building, with a height of 24 cm. Subsequently, it was raised along the outer wall to the maximum elevation of 50 cm. There was the so-called cross-pillar that recessed between the double wall with a width of up to 250 mm and a height of 250 mm. The interior of the cross-pillar was carved with Buddhist inscriptions and motifs.
Two alternative designs of the reinforced concrete wall around the performance of the floor bowl installation in the indoor area were prepared, by using the most significant quality parameters: a masonry structure, the availability of load-bearing supports, the protection of the load-bearing element and the bounding wall, and the structural typicality of the work. The selection of the design is based on the number of openings and the reasons for their formation on the ground and in the course of construction phases. Based on the obtained results, the best design has been chosen, which preserves the greatest number of openings. As a result, a new design of the reinforced concrete wall was developed, while the height of the walls was kept unchanged, in order to ensure that the movable works are introduced in the wall or continue through the openings.
The system of the reinforced concrete wall around the performance of the floor bowl installation in the indoor area was designed, taking into account the structural characteristic of the structure, the arrangement of the openings in the floor bowl and the walls of the room, and the parameters of the basement. The wall was designed to ensure stability and safety. The wall should cover the floor bowl from external factors and provide safety from fire and collapse.