Study On Seismic Response With Floating Column For G+5 And G+10 With Different Zones

M SOWMYA, K KIRAN KUMAR

Abstract


Shear wall surface systems are among one of the most commonly made use of lateral load withstanding systems in skyscrapers. Shear walls have very high in aircraft stiffness as well as strength, which can be made use of to all at once resist big horizontal lots and also assistance gravity tons, making them fairly helpful in lots of structural engineering applications. There are great deals of literary works available to create as well as assess the shear wall. However, the choice regarding the place of shear wall in multi-storey structure is very little reviewed in any type of literatures. In this paper, for that reason, primary emphasis is to establish the service for shear wall area in multi-storey building. In this research, a G+ 10 storied enhanced concrete (RC) structure with varying ground slope as 0º, 5º, 10º, 15º as well as 20º without shear wall surfaces as well as including shear walls symmetrically in plan as well as at peripheral edges have been considered for the analysis. Buildings are made according to IS 456:2000 and also later on subjected to quake lots. The modelling as well as analysis of the structure has been carried by Liner Static, Linear Dynamic analysis (Feedback Spectrum and Linear Time Background evaluation) utilizing framework analysis tool SAP 2000. The main goal is to recognize the practices of the building on sloping ground for the result of differing elevation of the column in lower floor and also numerous placements of shear walls and to study the performance of shear wall on sloping ground.


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