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Seismic Analysis of RC Bare Frame Structure Replacing Ground Storey with Strut-Tie and Deep Beam


Seismic Analysis of RC Bare Frame Structure Replacing Ground Storey with Strut-Tie and Deep Beam
Authors : Prof. Sagar L Belgaonkar, Prof. Madhuri N Kesarkar, Miss Priyanka Kakade
Publication Date: 27-06-2017

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Author(s):  Prof. Sagar L Belgaonkar, Prof. Madhuri N Kesarkar, Miss Priyanka Kakade

Published in:   International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology

License:  This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Website: www.ijert.org

Volume/Issue:   Volume. 6 - Issue. 06 , June - 2017

e-ISSN:   2278-0181

 DOI:  http://dx.doi.org/10.17577/IJERTV6IS060464

Abstract

These days high rise buildings are preferred due to constraint in space. These edifices are subjected to high sway forces hence proven to be hazardous during quake tremor. To improve the performance of the structure during earthquake lateral load resisting systems must be acquired. The theses high spot the seismic analysis of reinforced concrete building with and without deep beam as well as replacing the deep beam with equivalent strut-tie model. The proportion of proposed building is 24m X24m. The overall height of the building is 33.3m which includes 3.5m ground storey height and remaining storey height is 3.2m. Parapet of 1 m height is provided. The building is considered to be located in seismic zone 5. Analysis is performed for 6 models using ETABS 2013. Two methods of analysis name equivalent static method and dynamic method are adopted. The study shows that the deep beams are effective compared to conventional model. But as the deep beams are not convenient in terms of price and mental synthesis, they can be replaced by equivalent strut-tie model which also proves to resist the lateral forces more efficiently.

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