Author : Vikas V.Mehetre 1
Date of Publication :26th April 2018
Abstract: Today many high rise building adopted floating column for parking, assembly hall purposes. The load of floating column is a point load which is taken by transfer girder. These type of structure are danger in highly earthquake prone area because storey shear from all higher floor are not transfer to ground due to this discontinuity. This type of structure also called as stiffness irregularity. Shear wall is use in high rise structure to resist earthquake load and other lateral loads such as wind load. In particular structure floating column & shear wall used combine. For this type of structure we don’t know best position of shear wall to reduce structural response of transfer girder. To find out best position of shear wall we analyze several model such as 10,15,20,25,30 storey with different shear wall locations and compare structural responses of transfer girder by conventional, construction stage analysis with EQ zone-IV and wind analysis with wind speed 47m/s in the form of bending moments, shear force and displacement with the help of ETABS V 2015
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