Author : Durgesh Singh Rathore 1
Date of Publication :18th April 2018
Abstract: The current study deals with the performance of a structure in a G+11 multistorey building is investigated under different ground motions such as Fault normal and Fault parallel component of the ground motion by dynamic time history analysis method and the analysis is done in the ETAB software. The Acceleration, Velocity and displacement curves have been drawn for both Fault Normal and Fault Parallel component of Far Fault and Near Fault ground motion. The values of acceleration, velocity, displacement have been found in every 0.010 seconds, also the values of Peak Ground Acceleration, Peak Ground Velocity and Peak Ground Displacement has been determined for both components. The values of PGA, PGV, PGD obtained for fault normal component are higher than the values obtained for the fault parallel component of the ground motion, also the frequencies of fault normal component of ground motion are more than that of the fault parallel component of ground motion.The values of Peak Ground Acceleration, Peak Ground Velocity and Peak Ground Displacement of Fault Normal and Fault parallel components don’t differ much for Far Fault earthquake ground motions, but they differ much for Near Fault Earthquake ground motions. The response spectrum curves are different for each kind of earthquake ground motions, hence it means that the structure have different responses to each kind of earthquake ground motions
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