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International Journal of Engineering Research in Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IJERMCE)

Monthly Journal for Mechanical and Civil Engineering

ISSN : 2456-1290 (Online)

Call For Paper : Vol 11, Issue 05, May 2024
Comparative Analysis of R.C.C and Steel-Concrete Composite Residential Building Frame

Author : A. S. Boke 1 A. A. Avhad 2 A. A. Shelke 3

Date of Publication :26th April 2018

Abstract: Steel-concrete composite construction has gained large acceptance all over the world as a substitute for pure steel and pure concrete construction. However, this approach is a new concept in the construction industry. In this work we are creating the steel-concrete composite (G+10) frame using ETABS as an EIS-RC (encase I section column with RC beam), EIS-SB (encased I section with steel beam), CFT-RC (concrete filled square tube with RC beam), CFT-SB (concrete filled square tube with steel beam), CIS-SB (confined I section with steel beam), CIS-SB (confined I section with steel beam) and RCC frame. Static nonlinear pushover analysis is used for comparison of structures with the help of ETABS 2015 software. The majority of building frames are designed and constructed in reinforced concrete structures, depending upon the availability of constituent materials and the workmanship required in construction industry along with practicality of the existing design codes. Now a day to fulfill the demand of increasing population there is need of high rise building construction and today in India RC construction is popular to fulfill the demand of the construction industry

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