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title

SEISMIC BEHAVIOUR OF EARTHQUAKE RESISTANCE BUILDING AND DUCTILE DETAILING OF G+4 RC BUILDING USING IS 13920-2016

Author(s):

Kiran R Surwase

Keywords:

Seismic Behaviour, Earthquake Resistance Building ,Ductile Detailing,G+4 Rc Building,Is 13920-2016

Abstract

Strong earthquakes, explosions, wind, moving loads, machinery, and enormous ocean waves have raised the need for more flexible civil engineering structures such as towering buildings and long span bridges, which are susceptible to unwanted vibration, deformation, and accelerations. Excessive vibration in structures is an undesired phenomena that causes human discomfort, energy loss, partial collapse of structural sections, transmits unneeded stresses, and poses a threat to structural safety, leading to collapse in some cases. It is vital to understand the behaviour and response of structural systems subjected to dynamic loads such as earthquakes and wind loads in order to eliminate the negative impacts of vibrations in structures. The study and design of earthquake-resistant tall buildings has gained traction in recent decades. Several studies have been conducted on tall structures subjected to wind and seismic loads, both theoretically and experimentally. Because structures are increasingly susceptible to seismic and wind-induced vibrations, engineers have increased the use of damping devices in structures to boost damping and thus reduce uncontrolled vibrations and accelerations that cause human discomfort. In this work, a G+4 multistory RC bare framed building is treated to four types of time history earthquakes utilising Staad for linear time history analysis.

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Paper ID: IJSARTV
Published in: Volume : 7, Issue : 8
Publication Date: 8/3/2021

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