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Analysis of a High-Rise Building (Symmetrical & Unsymmetrical) with Shear Walls under Dynamic Loads using STAAD.PRO

Author(s):

Murlidhar Chourasia , INFINITY MANAGEMENT & ENGINEERING COLLEGE SAGAR (M.P.); Rahul Kumar Sathbhaiya, INFINITY MANAGEMENT & ENGINEERING COLLEGE SAGAR (M.P.)

Keywords:

Linear Static Analysis, Structural Analysis, Shear Wall, Storey Drift, Base Shear, Resisting Moment, STAAD.PRO, Wind Speed

Abstract

Now a day's population of our country is increasing very rapidly, therefore to settle this vast Increment in population we need to construct tall structures which can face high displacement and drift due to lateral forces. To counteract such situations in our country in this dissertation, I have considered a high-rise building with shear walls under effect of seismic forces as per Indian Standards code 1893-2002 part-1 and wind speed 39 m/s as per 875 part-III, considering shear wall effect to prepare a comparative study on a live project located at school of Planning & Architecture in Bhori Bhopal M.P. Shear walls are the most commonly used lateral load resisting systems in multi-story buildings. Shear walls have very high stiffness and lateral strength, which is used to resist very large lateral loads besides support gravity loads, making it quite Advantageous in many structural engineering applications. In this study, I have mainly emphasized the structural behavior of High-rise building with shear walls (symmetric and unsymmetric) frame for the effect of 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional structure of G+6 tall structure under the effect of seismic zone II & medium type of soil condition. Modelling and analysis is done using STAAD.PRO software. Assuming material property is linear static. To compare the results modelled shear wall with 2-D AND 3-D models of various useful parameters such as lateral displacement, inter- storey drift, natural time period, base shear, torsion, resisting moment and obtained most effective position of RC shear wall on considered models. From the results it's concluded that 2-D model shows least displacement and Storey drift values whereas resisting moment and base shear are maximum.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV5I120512
Published in: Volume : 5, Issue : 12
Publication Date: 01/03/2018
Page(s): 1042-1044

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