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Research Paper | Civil Engineering | India | Volume 10 Issue 5, May 2021
By using ETABS, Study and Design the Lateral Resistance System to Reducing the Displacement in Multistory Buildings
Abstract: In the twentieth century, the term Earth Quake became common throughout the world. It is related to protection, so we must be concerned with planning and analyzing the Earth quakes. Since the past Earthquake, fast events have occurred in predicted countries in estimated parts of the continent. Natural hazards have evolved over time, and indeed nature has been affected by time, but in the new century and advancement of science, there is no certainty of when disasters will occur; instead, we must be prepared to care for and defend humanity. When we learn about Earth quakes, we must remember that we are dealing with human lives, and there are only 2 choices: death or life. As engineers, we studied in college about engineering fundamentals, particularly in civil engineering. When designing buildings, we must retain three constant concepts in mind: protection, architecture, and economics. So I do recall and obey my occupational morals. Due to the importance of wind and earthquake analysis in overall structures, I initially chose a G+22 storey structure in Visakhapatnam. ETABS intends to conduct seismic analysis and architecture in collaboration with IS and UBC CODE. So the key goal of my thesis is to compare IS CODE and UBC 97 in Seismic and Wind structural analysis using ETABS.
Keywords: Earthquake, Shear Wall, Displacement, seismic, ETABS, resisting seismic loads, lateral resisting system, Wind Load, Live Load, Dead Load
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 5, May 2021,
Pages: 294 - 300
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