Critical Review on Dynamic Analysis of Steel Framed Building with soft Story
Pranita Anand Kate, Dr. Amol Pote
Soft Storey, IS1893 2016, Bracing, weak story, response spectrum analysis
This paper focuses on soft floors. Buildings with a steel frame that have more than one story: Many of these structures lack structural walls on the ground floor, allowing for more flexible use of the area for parking, retail, or other commercial purposes. Soft-storey buildings are those that have floors that are much more flexible or weaker than the floors around them. They stand out by having a plot with lots of empty space. While the open floor plan of the soft story may be appealing from an aesthetic or commercial standpoint, fewer opportunities exist to install shear walls, specialized walls made to distribute lateral forces so that a building can withstand the swaying effect of an earthquake. Flexible storey is another name for soft storey. Buildings with soft flooring have been constructed in great numbers recently. However, it performed poorly during the recent earthquake. The design of structural components on soft stories is crucial and should be different from the upper floors because soft stories are subjected to greater lateral loads during earthquakes, and under lateral loads, their lateral deformations are greater than those of other floors. In this paper, "analysis of soft-storey for Multi-story Steel Structure Building in Zone" from previous research work has been critically reviewed, and a gap in the analysis has been found for further study.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 3

Page(s): 415 - 420
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