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Comparison and Design of Multi-Storied Building in all Seismic Zones


Preeti Singh , bhilai institute of technology durg c.g.


Time History Method, Response Spectrum Method, Static Analysis, Dynamic Analysis, Mass irregularity, STAAD Pro., IS 1893:2002


In civil engineering structure seismic design of multi-storey building requires both static and dynamic analysis are perform. Static analysis is performed for regular buildings upto 90m height in zone II & III. Dynamic analysis is performed for both regular and irregular buildings in zone IV & V. Dynamic analysis is eighter performed by the “Time History Method” or “Response Spectrum Method”. The weakness arises due to discontinuity in mass, stiffness and geometry of structure. Mass irregularity shall be considered to exist where the weight of any storey is more than 200% of that of its adjacent storeys. There is necessary to construct a structure which is earthquake resistance at a particular level of intensity of shaking a structure. Indian standard codes are used for design of various building elements or members. These elements are designed by using software STAAD Pro. And consider seismic load and wind load. For load combination use code IS 1893:2002. The project consists of G+10 buildings with same plan. Irregular building (T-shape) is compared in all four zones. All these buildings are designed with same height and plan with their respective ideas. The designing has been carried out in STAAD.Pro software (software that deals with analysing and designing of structures. The modelling and graphics of this software is more clear and perfect and easy to understand). All the G+10 building structure and modelled analysed and then designed for all four zones. Results are compared with respect to all zones. The base shear force, volume of concrete, weight of steel and cost effectiveness have been calculated to depict all the differences in structure behaviour when analysed in all four zones in STAAD.Pro software.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV5I40218
Published in: Volume : 5, Issue : 4
Publication Date: 01/07/2017
Page(s): 538-539

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