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Nonlinear Static Pushover Analysis of Multistory R.C. Building with or without Shear Wall: A Review


Sanket Jain , Ujjain Engineering Collage, Ujjain; Dr. Savita Maru, Ujjain Engineering Collage, Ujjain


Masonry In-fills, Shear Wall, Nonlinear Static Pushover Analysis, Dual Structural System


A large number of multi-storey reinforced concrete frame building structures in urban India are constructed with masonry infill for architectural, aesthetic or economic reasons, but they are weak in resting the lateral loads due to wind or earthquake. In recent decades, shear wall structures are the most appropriate structural forms, which have caused the height of concrete buildings to be soared. The dual structural system consisting of special moment resisting frame (SMRF) and concrete shear wall has better seismic performance due to improved lateral stiffness and lateral strength. Seismic loads are occasional forces that may occur during the life time of a building. Building should be able to withstand seismic loads due to minor earthquake without any structural damage and major earthquake without total collapse. The present paper work was made in the interest of studying various research works involved in analysis of multi-storey R.C. Building with or without shear wall with the help of Nonlinear Static Pushover Analysis.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV4I120452
Published in: Volume : 4, Issue : 12
Publication Date: 01/03/2017
Page(s): 437-444

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