The earthquake claimed the lives and homes of countless people. Many people lost their loved ones and their homes in the disaster, and they lost everything in an instant. In the past natural disasters, many people’s houses were destroyed and rendered homeless, and they could only temporarily nest in tents and wait for their homes to be rebuilt.
During this time, the disaster-affected people need a place to live. At this time, the emergency accommodation units, also known as the container house, can provide people with a safe and comfortable living house. The emergency accommodation units have a strong structure and good seismic performance, which can well resist the impact of the earthquake, so that people in the mobile container house can be safer and avoid the damage caused by the earthquake. In addition, emergency accommodation units generally have only two floors. This height can ensure that people will not be injured by the collapsed houses, and can better avoid being threatened by life.
Emergency accommodation units are easy to move, and no construction waste is generated during use and movement, which can better protect the environment. It is only a temporary process for the disaster-affected people to live in container mobile homes. When their homes are rebuilt, people will move into new houses and start a new life. Therefore, the use of container mobile homes to house these affected people can make the container mobile homes a good place for people to live, and after use, they can be transferred to other places where they need to continue to use, environmental protection and practical. In addition, the mobile container house can be built quickly, and the requirements on the ground are not high, so that people can move in as soon as possible, better restore normal life and work, and wait patiently for the reconstruction of their homes.
The emergency accommodation units have a strong structure, can adapt to a variety of complex environments, and have good wind and earthquake resistance. It can allow people to get out of the dilemma as soon as possible and start a new life. It has great potential for development in future earthquake relief applications.