IJMTES – PARAMETRIC STUDY OF PILE RAFT FOUNDATION FOR MULTI-STOREY BUILDING WITH DIFFERENT STRUCTURAL SYSTEM FOR SOFT SOIL CONDITION

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : PARAMETRIC STUDY OF PILE RAFT FOUNDATION FOR MULTI-STOREY BUILDING WITH DIFFERENT STRUCTURAL SYSTEM FOR SOFT SOIL CONDITION

Author’s Name : Rajat B Patel | Prof P G Patel unnamed

Volume 04 Issue 04 2017

ISSN no :  2348-3121

Page no: 264-266

Abstract – Sub structure is an important part of any multi storey building as it gives stability to the super-structure. Foundation is designed as per the reactions coming from the super structure. Therefore, as the structural system changes, base reactions are changed and it affects the foundation design. In this study, analysis and design of pile raft foundation in SAFE 2012 for multi-story (G+10, G+15 and G+20) buildings with different structural systems for soft soil conditions has been carried out and comparison has been made. Here, three types of structural systems – simple frame, frame with shear wall and frame with bracing have been taken. By the comparative study, we have concluded that for the frame with shear wall, the cost of foundation is maximum than other two systems. For frame with bracing, the cost is more than that of simple frame.

Key Words – Pile Raft foundation, Structural system, soft soil

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