SEISMIC ANALYSIS OF RC HIGH RAISE BUILDING WITH SHEAR WALLS AT DIVERSE LOCATIONS

G.Ajay Kumar, A. Gouthami

Abstract


Shear wall surface systems are among one of the most generally made use of lateral lots standing up to systems in skyscrapers. Shear wall surfaces have really high in plane tightness and strength, which can be used to at the same time resist large straight lots and also assistance gravity lots, making them rather helpful in several architectural design applications. There are great deals of literatures offered to make as well as evaluate the shear wall surface. Nonetheless, the decision concerning the area of shear wall in multi-storey building is very little talked about in any literatures. In this paper, as a result, primary focus is to figure out the solution for shear wall area in multi-storey structure. In this study, a G+ 10 storeyed reinforced concrete (RC) building with varying ground incline as 0º, 5º, 10º, 15º and also 20º without shear wall surfaces and also including shear walls symmetrically in plan and also at outer corners have actually been thought about for the evaluation. Structures are made based on IS 456:2000 and later on based on quake tons. The modelling as well as analysis of the structure has been carried by Lining Static, Linear Dynamic evaluation (Response Range as well as Linear Time History evaluation) utilizing structure analysis device SAP 2000. The primary goal is to recognize the practices of the structure on sloping ground for the impact of varying height of the column in lower storey and numerous placements of shear walls and to examine the efficiency of shear wall surface on sloping ground.


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