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Analysis of a High Rise Building Farme Considering R.C.C, Steel and Composite Material under Seismic Zone III


Dushyant Patel , Patel Institute Of Engg & Science , Bhopal, M.P; Prof. Vinay Kumar Singh Chandrakar, , Patel Institute of Engineering & Science Bhopal (M.P).,; Dr. Gyanendra Singh, Director PGOI, Bhopal; Praveen Singh Tomar, hod pies


Structural Analysis, Comparative Study, Composite Structure, Seismic Load


Steel-Concrete composite constructions are nowadays very popular owing to their advantages over conventional Concrete and Steel constructions. Concrete structures are bulky and impart more seismic weight and less deflection whereas Steel structures instruct more deflections and ductility to the structure, which is beneficial in resisting earthquake forces. Composite Construction combines the better properties of both steel and concrete along with lesser cost, speedy construction, fire protection etc. Hence, the aim of the present study is to compare Structural Parameters and cost of (G+12) storey RCC, Steel and Steel-Concrete Composite building frame situated in earthquake zone III. All frames are designed for same gravity loadings. Equivalent static method and Response Spectrum method are used. A 3D Modelling and analysis of the structures are carried out with the help of ETAB 2015 software and results are compared. The result is compare in terms of natural period, frequency, story displacement, story drift, story shear, story moment, story stiffness, bending moment, shear force and axial force for all three models. Cost effectiveness is only based on material cost for all types of building frames are determined.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV5I110100
Published in: Volume : 5, Issue : 11
Publication Date: 01/02/2018
Page(s): 108-111

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