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ANALYSIS OF TRANSFER GIRDER IN HIGHRISE STRUCTURE USING ETABS & SAFE

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Mrs. Swati S. Gholap

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Now days multi-storey buildings constructed for the purpose of residential, commercial, industrial etc., with an open ground storey has become a common feature. For the sake of parking, the ground storey is kept free without any constructions, except for the columns which transfer the building weight to the ground. For this purpose use of floating column is become common phenomenon now days. This concept is applicable for high-rise structures, in which load is resisted by shear walls instead of columns. Shear walls are structural elements especially important in high rise buildings subjected to lateral wind and seismic forces. They provide adequate strength and stiffness to the whole lateral displacement. This project deals with study of behavior and analysis of G+30 story structure with floating shear walls for seismic as well as wind analysis. In second part, study the behavior and analysis of transfer beam, on which floating shear wall is rest. The whole analysis is done with the help of ETABS 2017 and design of transfer girder is verify using SAFE software. This study will help us to know the structural response and behavior of tall structure with floating shear wall. And provide solution to design concrete transfer girder.

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Paper ID: IJSARTV
Published in: Volume : 6, Issue : 11
Publication Date: 11/2/2020

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