Seismic Resistant Design and analysis of (G+15), (G+20) and (G+25) Residential Building and Comparison of the Seismic Effects on Them
Author(s):
Asadullah Dost, Anil Kumar Chaudhary
Keywords:
High rise Buildings, Seismic Forces, Wind loads, ETABS
Abstract
The primary goal of this research is to conduct an earthquake analysis of G+15, G+20, and G+25 residential buildings using Indian standard codes of practice IS 1893(Part 1):2002. In general, seismic forces on a structure are calculated assuming the structure is in zone IV. The member forces are calculated using load combinations according to IS 456: 2000's Limit State Method. According to IS 875(Part 1, Part 2):1987, the structure is subjected to dead load, self-weight, and live load. With the help of the ETAB software, the structure was designed in accordance with seismic code IS-1893:2002 under seismic zone IV. So, for structural engineers, the interesting part is that the design of a high-rise building involves a lot of parameters. A high-rise multi-story building, from the perspective of a structural engineer, is one that is affected by lateral forces to the extent that they play a significant role in the structure's design due to its height. Wind and seismic loads are critical in multi-story buildings of this type (i.e., G+15, G+20, G+25). As a result, lateral stability is important for tall buildings in general.
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Unique Paper ID: 151498

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1

Page(s): 102 - 112
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