Dynamic Seismic Analysis and Design of R.C.C Multi Purpose Building (G+15) By using E-Tabs
T.G.N.C. Vamsi Krishna1, V. Amani2, P.S. Sunil Kumar3, CH. Naveen Kumar4, M.Srinivas5
1T.G.N.C. Vamsi Krishna, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil engineering, Chalapati Institute of Engineering and Technology, Lam, Guntur, Andhra pradesh-522002, India.
2V. Amani, B.Tech final year, Department of Civil engineering, Chalapati Institute of Engineering and Technology, Lam ,Guntur, Andhra pradesh-522002, India.
3P.S. Sunil Kumar*, B.Tech final year, Department of Civil engineering, Chalapati Institute of Engineering and Technology, Lam ,Guntur, Andhra pradesh-522002, India.
4CH. Naveen Kumar, B.Tech final year, Department of Civil engineering, Chalapati Institute of Engineering and Technology, Lam ,Guntur, Andhra pradesh-522002, India.
5M. Srinivas, B.Tech final year, Department of Civil engineering, Chalapati Institute of Engineering and Technology, Lam ,Guntur, Andhra pradesh-522002, India.
Manuscript received on August 07, 2021. | Revised Manuscript received on August 25, 2021. | Manuscript published on August 30, 2021. | PP: 85-91 | Volume-10, Issue-10, August 2021 | Retrieval Number: 100.1/ijitee.J941808101021 | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.J9418.08101021
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Abstract: An earthquake is a sudden, rapid shaking of the earth caused by the breaking and shifting of rock beneath the earth’s surface. Earthquakes are among the most powerful events on earth, and their results can be terrifying. In0general for0design of tall0buildings both0wind as well0as earthquake0loads need0to be0considered. Governing0criteria for0carrying out0dynamic analyses0for earthquake0loads are different0from wind0loads. However many tall buildings are not so resistant in lateral loads due to earthquake. Reinforced concrete multi-storied buildings in India were for the first time subjected to a strong ground motion shaking in Bhuj earthquake. It has been concluded that the principal reasons of failure may be attributed to soft stories, floating columns, mass irregularities, poor quality of construction materials faulty construction methods, unstable earthquake response, soil and infrastructure, which were determined to cause damage to the attached structure. High-rise buildings are in high demand due to global urbanization and population growth, and high-rise buildings are likely to suffer the most damage from earthquakes. Since earthquake forces are irregular and unnatural in nature, engineering tools need to be sharpened to analyze the structure in the work of these forces. In this study, to understand the behaviour of structure located in seismic zones III for G+15 Multi-Purpose storey building model is considered for study. Performance of frame is studied through Response Spectrum analysis and comparison is made on shear force, storey drift, storey displacement and storey stiffness.
Keywords: Earthquake, analysis, structures, urbanization.