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Paper Title: SEISMIC ANALYSIS OF A (G+7) MULTISTOREY BUILDING WITH AND WITHOUT HANGING COLUMNS-A COMPARATIVE STUDY
Authors Name: Challa Mounika , SK. Inthiyaz
Unique Id: IJSDR2008050
Published In: Volume 5 Issue 8, August-2020
Abstract: In the new multi-story construction in urban India, today buildings with the Hanging column have become a traditional feature. In building constructed in seismically active areas, these features are extremely undesirable. The importance of the role of the Hanging column in building analysis was clearly highlighted in this report. Alternate steps to minimize anomalies in the Hanging frames, including the stiffness balance of the first stage and above. Buildings with a Hanging column in the current scenario are a typical feature of contemporary urban India construction. In building constructed in seismically active areas, these features are highly unwanted. This research emphasizes the significance of the Hanging column in the building analysis specifically. Alternate steps to reduce the irregularity of Hanging columns, including the stiffness balance of the first and last stages, are proposed. In order to investigate the response to different earthquake arouses the structure with different often contents and time-content factor, FEM codes are created for 2D multi-story frames with and without Hanging columns. Both frames with and without Hanging columns are determined by time history of floor shift, inter level drift, base shear, rotating moment. The research is conducted on a Hanging column structure. This detailed figure shows the structural layout of the building. The building considered for the analysis is a G+9 residential home by using STAAD.Pro Software. Each store's height is the same as other common data. Complete analysis where done and finally the building with Hanging column has been found to have less base shear than a building without Hanging column. The Hanging column also falls from the lower to top level of the base shear value as the Hanging column changes. Building with Hanging column was also found to have more displacement than building without the Hanging column. Moving the Hanging column from the bottom to the top floors also improved displacement values. Building with Hanging column was found to have more floor drift than building without a Hanging column. Shift of Hanging columns from bottom to top rates was also observed to increase the storey drift values.
Keywords: FEM, G+9 Building, Hanging Column, Seismic Loading, Drifts
Cite Article: "SEISMIC ANALYSIS OF A (G+7) MULTISTOREY BUILDING WITH AND WITHOUT HANGING COLUMNS-A COMPARATIVE STUDY", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijsdr.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.5, Issue 8, page no.363 - 368, August-2020, Available :http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR2008050.pdf
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Publication Details: Published Paper ID: IJSDR2008050
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Published In: Volume 5 Issue 8, August-2020
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Page No: 363 - 368
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ISSN Number: 2455-2631

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