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M.Tech / M.E / PhD Thesis | Civil Engineering | India | Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2019
Push Over Analysis of High Rise L-Shaped RC Building in the Seisic Zones of II and IV
M Sivani | Y Anjaiah
Abstract: The utilization of nonlinear static examination weakling investigation came into training in 1970's nevertheless the capability of sucker examination has been perceived for last 10 to 15 years. This system is for the most part used to evaluate the quality and float limit of existing structure and the seismic interest for this structure exposed to chosen quake. Push over is a static nonlinear examination strategy where a structure is exposed to gravity stacking and a monotonic relocation controlled sidelong burden design which constantly increments through flexible and inelastic conduct until an extreme condition is come to. Sidelong burden ay speaks to the scope of base shear actuated by quake stacking, and its design might be corresponding to the circulation of mass along structure stature, tribute shapes, or another useful method. Push over investigation causes us see how a structure carries on after some harm on auxiliary part would happen, all together for the planner to utilize the conduct of the structure when it would get some harm yet it would stay away from complete breakdown. In this present investigation the examination is completed according to Indian standard codes IS 456:2000 utilized for solid plan, IS 875:1987 (section 3) utilized for wind examination and IS 1893-2002 utilized for the seismic tremor examination. The principle goal of the present examination is to think about the presentation of a L-formed tall structure in the quake zones of II and IV. The exhibition dimension of the structure in seismic zone-II is better contrasted with the presentation of the structure in seismic zone-IV.
Keywords: push over analysis, base shear, story shear, story drift, performance point, capacity curve E-tabs
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2019,
Pages: 1465 - 1469