COMPARITIVE ANALYSIS OF TALL BUILDING USING MOMENT FRAME SYSTEM & STRUCTURAL WALL SYSTEM USING E-TABS
Kishan Dalia, Koradiya Nemish, Gondaliya Mehul, Jadav Darshan, Kevin Modi
Problems, High-rise buildings, Structural system, Structural wall system, Moment frame system and case study
High-rise buildings are exposed to both static and dynamic loads. Depending on the method used and how the structure is modeled in E-Tabs software the results can vary. Some of the issues and modeling techniques, introduced below, are investigated in this Master’s thesis. Dynamic effects such as resonance frequencies and accelerations are considered. The variation in static results from reaction forces, overturning moments, deflections, critical buckling loads, forces between prefabricated elements and force distributions between concrete cores are investigated with different models. The models are evaluated by different elements and methods, such as construction stage analysis, to study the impact these have on the results. Simplified calculations by hand according to different standards, regulations and codes such as SS-ISO, EKS and Euro code have been compared with finite element analyses.