A Review of comparative study of unsymmetric structure under different seismic zone supported on Conventional Strip and Strip with Projection.
Abhishek Gadekar, H.K Mahiyar, Nikunj Binnani
Eccentric loading, Peak storey response, Seismic design, Soil-structure interaction, Unsymmetrical structure.
This review paper examines the soil structure interaction (SSI) caused by dynamic and eccentric loads on several foundation types, including conventional raft, piled raft, angle-shaped, and Tee-shaped footings. The development of skyscrapers and asymmetrical structures over the past few decades has necessitated the creation of an affordable and more durable base. According to recent studies, SSI impacts could negatively affect a structure's seismic response, and SSI neglect could result in an unconservative design. This general review study discusses the designing, load distribution, numerical analysis, angle form, Tee-shape footings, seismic analysis of asymmetrical structures, and effects on foundation bearing capacity and peak structural responses.
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Unique Paper ID: 158371

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 9

Page(s): 362 - 366
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