IJMTES – SHEAR DEFORMATION OF SEISMIC FORCE RESISTING SYSTEM CONSIDERING DIFFERENT ASPECT RATIO

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

Paper Title : SHEAR DEFORMATION OF SEISMIC FORCE RESISTING SYSTEM CONSIDERING DIFFERENT ASPECT RATIO

Author’s Name : Akanksha Singh | Prof Kamini A Parmarunnamed

Volume 04 Issue 05 2017

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 83-86

Abstract – Effectiveness and role of seismic force resisting system during earthquake is vital to be studied as most of the buildings constructed earlier and at present are having these system in them so that buildings can perform as earthquake resistant RC buildings. Shear walls commonly fail in shear and Flexure. So Shear deformation should be included in the analysis of shear wall systems. Wall aspect ratio and configuration are the factors affecting behaviour of structural walls especially their deformation capacity.As a part of research, Assessment of Shear Deformation of Shear wall building  considering different Aspect ratio need to be explored more to know its shear deformation behavior. In this work, G+9 & G+19 building with same geometry and configuration having shear wall under different Aspect ratio are assessed for their shear deformation during earthquake. Response Spectrum analysis of 10 storey, and 20 storey  building  is done. All models are compared for Parameters Like, roof displacement and Base shear

Key words— Structural Elements, Shear Wall System, Aspect Ratio, Shear Deformation

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