Performance Analysis of RCC and Steel Concrete Composite Structure Under Seismic Effect
Sfurti S. Patil, Dr. Chetan S. Patil
Composite Section, Fast Non-linear Analysis (FNA), RCC .building, Time History Method.
Due to their benefits over traditional reinforced concrete and steel structures, such as ease and speed of construction, steel-concrete composite structures are becoming more and more common. Understanding how this type of construction behaves when employed in buildings becomes crucial in light of this. The usage of building frames made of reinforced concrete beams and composite steel-concrete column sections is the main subject of this study. To accomplish this goal, the seismic analysis of the buildings was selected to assess the effectiveness of the buildings designed and examined in accordance with Indian and American standards, respectively. The results were compared in order to assess the effectiveness of the aforementioned standards.The building used for the study had a rectangular layout, a 30-meter elevation, and no visible plan or vertical irregularities. The building's gravity loads taken into account are compliant with IS 875 Parts 1 and 2. However, because seismic analysis was the main emphasis of the study, the gravity loads employed for both buildings were retained to be the same. According to Indian specifications, HYSD415 grade steel and M30 grade concrete were utilised in the building's design. The materials chosen for the RCC-based building are identical to those used for composite buildings.
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Unique Paper ID: 157225

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 6

Page(s): 329 - 335
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