RCC BUILDIND DESIGN USUING SHAER WALL & DIFFERENCE
Author(s):
Shaikh Imran Yusuf , Sanap Santosh Tukaram
Keywords:
ETAB 2017, RCC buildings,, Seismic analysis, Shear wall.
Abstract
Shear wall is a structural element which is provided for resisting horizontal forces (like wind force, earthquake force, etc) parallel to the plane of the wall and for supporting gravity loads simultaneously. These are basically flexural members which are generally provided in high rise buildings to avoid the total collapse of the building exposed to seismic forces. For seismic design of buildings, RC structural walls or shear walls are major earthquake resisting members which offer lateral load resistance by providing an efficient bracing system. The response of the buildings is dominated by the properties of seismic shear walls and so it becomes important to evaluate the seismic response of the shear walls appropriately. In this study, the effect of presence of shear walls in RCC and composite structures in being analysed on basis of storey displacement, storey drift, stiffness, lateral force and base shear for G+19 buildings.. The earthquake load is applied to a building in zone IV and the analysis is done using both static analysis method and response spectrum analysis method.
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Unique Paper ID: 155263

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1

Page(s): 367 - 373
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