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Paper Title: Analysis Of Vibration Control in Elevated Storage Reservoir Using Different types of Bracing Patterns
Unique Id: IJSDR2002019
Published In: Volume 5 Issue 2, February-2020
Abstract: ABSTRACT Water is human basic need for daily life. Sufficient water distribution depends on design of a water tank in certain area. An elevated water tank is a large water storage container constructed for the purpose of holding water supply at certain height to pressurization the water distribution system. Many new ideas and innovation has been made for the storage of water and other liquid materials in different forms and fashions. Thus Water tanks are very important for public utility and for industrial structure. Water tanks are very important components of lifeline. They are critical elements in municipal water supply, firefighting systems and in many industrial facilities for storage of water.The liquid storage tanks are particularly subjected to the risk of damage due to earthquake-induced vibrations. A large number of overhead water tanks damaged during past earthquake. From the very upsetting experiences of few earthquakes, like Bhuj earthquake (2001) in India, R.C.C elevated water tanks were heavily damaged or collapsed. Elevated water tanks consist of huge water mass at the top of a slender staging which are most critical consideration for the failure of the tank during earthquakes. The objective to be achieved through this project are study of seismic resistance analysis of elevated water tank with different types of bracing patterns as per IS-1893-2002 and IITK-GSDMA guideline. Equivalent Static Analysis, for five different types of bracing systems, applied to the staging of elevated circular water tank in zone IV, is carried out using STAAD Pro. Comparison of base shear and nodal displacements of the container of circular water tank for empty, 25% filled, half-filled, 75% filled and, full condition is done. In this project the seismic coefficient method used in STAAD Pro.V8i to calculate the base shear and nodal displacement. The results obtained from this direct method of the software are compared with manual calculation. Comparison of base shear of RCC elevated water tanks for different combinations of bracings patterns is carried out.Eleven models are used and earthquake analysis was carried out for all models for empty, 25% filled, 50% filled, 75% filled and full conditions of circular water tank in STAAD pro. The displacement and base shear is also calculated.
Keywords: ANALYSIS
Cite Article: "Analysis Of Vibration Control in Elevated Storage Reservoir Using Different types of Bracing Patterns", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijsdr.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.5, Issue 2, page no.93 - 132, February-2020, Available :http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR2002019.pdf
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Publication Details: Published Paper ID: IJSDR2002019
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Published In: Volume 5 Issue 2, February-2020
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