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**Call for Papers Volume 11, Issue 06, December 2022

 

ANALYSIS OF HIGH RISE MULTISTORIED BUILDING WITH AND WITHOUT SHEAR WALL BY RESPONSE SPECTRUM METHOD


Author : Abhishek Yadav, Prince Yadav
[ Volume No.:XI, Issue No.II-Mar 2022] [Page No : 5-8] [2022]

Structural engineers are primarily concerned with determining how a structure behaves when subjected to horizontal forces, and appropriate stiffness is essential for high-rise buildings to withstand horizontal forces caused by wind and earthquakes. Shear walls, which are added to the inside of the proposed building, are used to combat horizontal forces, such as lateral stresses created by earthquakes and to offer greater stiffness to the structure. This work uses Response Spectrum Analysis to investigate the use of with and without Shear walls at various positions in a G + 15 multistorey residential building and the nature of the structure exposed to earthquakes. Storey drift, storey displacement, storey pressures, storey response, storey shear, and storey stiffness are investigated in a multistorey building with G + 15. The whole structure is analysed and modelled using the software ETABs 2016 in seismic zone 4 for a stable structure, and it is concluded that the structure with symmetrically positioned shear walls performs better in terms of all seismic parameters the constructions without shear walls.

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