Performance of RCC Building With and Without Fluid Viscous Damper in High Seismicity Region
Prachi D. Shinde, Dr. Chetan S. Patil
Damper Locations, Fast Non-linear Analysis (FNA), Fluid Viscous Damper, Time History Method.
Structural reaction management has gained importance as a result of the large number of structures that are earthquake-prone and the numerous earthquakes that occur throughout the world. Structures are primarily affected by two types of loading situations: earthquakes and wind loads. In recent seismic design, damping devices are used to reduce seismic energy and give the structure's reaction to earthquake excitation control. The effectiveness of one such instrument, fluid viscous dampers, for regulating structural response and reducing damping demand, is examined in this work. The building is therefore able to resist earthquakes without suffering serious structural damage. In this work, four separate time history recordings of ground vibrations were compared to G+15 RCC frame building models with and without FVD using FVD at various sites. To determine the best position for FVD, the maximum displacements and storey drifts of the various models are evaluated. The analysis's findings demonstrated that maximum displacement and storey drift values are higher for RC-framed structures without dampers than for RC-framed structures with dampers.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 6

Page(s): 218 - 224
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