Critical Review on Dynamic Analysis of R.C. Chimney
Amruta Dilip Fulsundar, Dr. Amol Pote, Girish Joshi
R.C. chimney, Wind moment, IS4998, natural frequency
In order to establish a system that vents hot gases or smoke into the open air, a chimney must surround the flue. In order to ensure a smooth flow of gases and to draw air into the combustion, known as the stack effect or chimney effect, chimneys are typically vertical or almost vertical. Today's industrial chimneys are typically constructed using reinforced concrete (RC), including those in India. The purpose of the chimney is to release flue gases into the environment at a height and speed that keep the concentration of pollutants, like sulphur dioxide, below ground level within allowable limits. The gases are propelled upward after exiting the top of the chimney by their own buoyancy in relation to the surrounding air and the velocity of the flue gases released. The purpose of this paper is to review the prior literature on thorough analysis of RC chimneys subjected to static-dynamic wind load and seismic loading. We also attempted to identify any gaps in the prior literature that might affect our future work.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 2

Page(s): 144 - 148
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