Response quantities of framed buildings under dynamic excitation

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Seismic analysis of structure is employed to make the structure enable to resist the seismic forces and perform against the factors causing the failure of the structure under dynamic excitation. Among various response factors, the base shear and time period of buildings are predominant factors used in the analysis and design of the structure.The prime objective of the paper is to present an analytical study on non-linear seismic analysis of moment resisting framed buildings (as per Indian code IS1893 – 2016) to evaluate the base shear of different configurations of buildings according to different mode combination methods. The obtained results have been presented the comparative analysis of different combination methods. The paper also presents the evaluated results in the form of the time period values of the different buildings depending upon variation in its configuration. As a result, the responses of multistoried moment-resisting framed buildings have been evaluated for various models of considered buildings based on different mode combination methods, and the results of obtained responses have been analyzed in a comparative manner to understand the behaviour of buildings under various methods and configuration conditions. The work presented in the paper can support to develop better understanding of structural response and efficient designing of structures.




Soni, P. K., Dubey, S. K., & Sangamnerkar, P. (2019). Response quantities of framed buildings under dynamic excitation. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 8(11), 3798–3804.

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