Seismic Analysis of Building Frame using P-Delta Analysis and Static & Dynamic Analysis: A Comparative Study

Abhishek Verma*, Sumit Verma**
*Jaypee University of Engineering and Technology, Guna, Madhya Pradesh, India.
**Military Engineering Services, Amla, Madhya Pradesh, India.
Periodicity:June - August'2019

Abstract

The trends and demands of lighter and slenderer high rise building structures are subjected to p-delta effects, most of the existing high rise buildings damaged due to the past severe earthquakes. To keep these things in to consideration it is necessary to analysethe structures with some advanced analysis procedures and also to develop the new methods of analysis to protect the structures from future severe earthquakes. The objective of this research work to analyse the structure critically and make them stronger during earthquake and it should result in less damaged even during the strong earthquake.In the present work the analysis of G+30 building is being done by adopting the various approach of p-delta analysis.In this research work a symmetrical regular reinforced concrete buildingframe is analyzed statically and dynamically as per IS 1893:2002 (BIS, 2002). The structure is analysed for seismic zone III and V. Seismic Evaluation is performed on same modal for including P-Delta effects. In the first part analysis is done without considering the P-Delta effect and in the second part P-Delta effect is considered. The results are compared for Static, Dynamic and P-Delta analysis.

Keywords

Seismic Effects, Linear and Non Linear Analysis, P-Delta Analysis

How to Cite this Article?

Verma, A., & Verma, S. (2019). Seismic Analysis of Building Frame using P-Delta Analysis and Static & Dynamic Analysis: A Comparative Study, i-manager's Journal on Structural Engineering, 8(2), 44-53.

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