Structural Building Structure

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CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW General: There has been considerable research work done on different ways of designing a structural plan for multistoried building. The prime importance of the review was to develop basic understanding of the plan and how to incorporate the same in the structures. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND: Baldev D. Prajapati (2013): The analysis & design procedure that may be adopted for the evaluation of symmetric multi-storey building under effect of Wind and earthquake forces. Structures are designed to resist moderate and frequently occurring earthquakes & wind and must have sufficient stiffness and strength to control…show more content…
shimpale (2013): This paper aims towards the dynamic analysis of reinforced concrete building with plan irregularity. Four models of G+5 building with one symmetric plan and remaining irregular plan have been taken for the investigation. The analysis of R.C.C. building is carried out with the FE based software ETABS 9.5. Estimation of response such as: lateral forces, base shear, storey drift, storey shear is carried out. Four cross sectional variation in columns section are considered for studying effectiveness in resisting lateral forces. The paper also deals with the effect of the variation of the building plan on the structural response…show more content…
The buildings have the plan area of 25m x 45m, storey height 3.6m each, depth of foundation is 2.4 m. & total height of chosen building including depth of foundation is 114 m. The static and dynamic analysis is carried out on computer with the help of STAAD-Pro software using the parameters for the design as per the IS-1893- 2002-Part-1 for the zones- 2 and 3. Dynamic analysis for simple structures can be carried out manually and for high rise buildings the dynamic effect on building can be analysis by software, if the building are unsymmetrical in nature the torsion will develop and it will the important parameter for the analysis , Torsional failures are seen to occur where the symmetry is not planned in the location of the lateral structural elements as for example providing the lift cores at one end of the building or at one corner of the building or unsymmetrically planned buildings in L shape at the street corners. Large torsional shears are caused in the building columns causing their torsional shear

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