Evaluation of Dynamic Response of the Beam Column Connection with RCC and Composite Structure with FEM Tools
Mr. Misal Sanjay Bhojling, Prof. Y. P. Pawar , Prof. G. D. Lakade
RCC, ANSYS, Composite, Steel. Dynamic, FEM.
A good technique for steel construction or concrete blocks in high-rise structures is the composite system, which combines steel floors, steel beams, and concrete. The finite element method (FEM) is the most widely used simulation technique for predicting the behaviour of objects and structures. In order to produce composite and hybrid designs that are more efficient than these materials alone, engineers have combined reinforced concrete and steel structures to create buildings. More knowledge on the relationship between reinforced concrete and steel structures in construction is crucial, as recent research have shown. A system like that. Exposure of the steel structure to pressures like collision or fracture will result in the gradual collapse of the entire structure. Particularly significant is the beam-column nodes' contribution to the structure's overall strength. This research will use the structure's dynamic response to examine how the beam-column connection behaves.
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Unique Paper ID: 162709

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 10

Page(s): 871 - 876
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