Analysis of Wind and Seismic Behavior of Tall Building with RC Shear Wall and Steel Plate Shear Wall
Komal J. Patil, Dr. Chetan S. Patil
RCC shear wall, Steel plate shear wall, Time History Analysis. SAP2000
The elements that control the development of tall structures include increasing land costs, urbanization, the availability of high-quality building materials, and the advancement of contemporary structural systems. As a building's height increases, it becomes more vulnerable to lateral stressors like earthquake and wind. When designing tall structures that must withstand lateral stresses, stiffness is more crucial than strength. To carry the lateral loads and control the excessive lateral deflection of tall buildings, provision of an efficient structural system is a good solution for such issue. Shear wall is an efficient lateral load resisting system. Shear wall has higher in-plan strength and stiffness which carries the lateral loads by combine bending-shear-axial action and attracts most of the lateral loads when employed in the building. In this paper, RCC shear wall and Steel plate shear wall are studied. Four different time history recordings of ground motions were studied to G+21 tall building frame models with shear wall and without shear wall. In this work 7 different models were created using SAP2000 software - 3 models with RCC shear wall and 3 models with steel plate shear wall at different locations (at corner, at periphery and at core). The optimization of shear wall location is also done.
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Unique Paper ID: 157216

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 6

Page(s): 316 - 322
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