Authors: Utkarsh R. Nishane, Sonali Patil
DOI Link: https://doi.org/10.22214/ijraset.2022.40015
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Reinforced concrete (RC) framed buildings with ground parking are commonly seen in major cities. These RC framed structures are constructed in densely populated cities of developing countries all around India. Earthquakes in the past have major effects on the life and economy as to the buildings and infrastructure was poorly built. Earthquake and wind are both juggernaut as they cannot be stopped in any way, though the solutions are provided only to safeguard the buildings. It is therefore necessary to analyse and modify the building elements satisfactorily to withstand earthquake and wind effects. The Indian code for wind load resisting structure is prepared for analysis of the building and to design the structure for resisting wind loading effects. The wind loading is predominant in effect for three seconds. When the wind loading is taken account the internal pressure of wind and external pressure of the wind loading is taken into account. Wind acts on the surface that is been exposed to it. Mostly windward wind is considered to act on the building. The parameter from analysis of the wind loading on the structure is compared to seismic loading in different zones. Practically seismic effect on building is unpredictable though there is specification suggested in IS code for designing of earthquake resistant structure. The structure is accordingly designed and analysed with proper method with respect to the building height and plan aspect. The response of the building to lateral forces of seismic loading is considered to be in horizontal direction whereas the force acting in the vertical direction is negligible. The response of the building is considered to the same movement that of the shaking to earth motion. The response of building in wind loading effect is compared with response of the elements in seismic loading effects. Up to a certain height wind effect is considered to be same. Seismic loading affects from the foundation itself and the lateral force shake the building in the direction of earthquake motion. The design criteria can be changed when building can be efficiently analysed for both wind and seismic effect. With the help of comparison of the building structure in seismic and wind loading effect, the building can be designed safely if in the analysis the structure is shown failure. Precautions can be adopted in designing of the building material or the building elements. The consulting structural engineer needs to design, and build to safeguard the building from the seismic and wind effect
India is a country with a vast variation of geographical conditions. These varying conditions are observed in India which makes prone to many calamities. India has major calamities like earthquake and cyclones majorly. There is a population of India which already lives in major cities, now for opportunities there is migration of Indian village population to cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai etc. This makes cities overcrowded, resulting in reduction of land area to live. Land available is less to construct any building thus building size is increased in vertical direction only. Thus tall structures are constructed for residential, commercial, official purposes. So according to IS code 16700-2017, super tall-structures whose height are above 250 m; and for tall structures whose height is above 50 m but less than 250 m are to be considered when RCC building is taken into account. Usually building height is taken according to IS code and all criteria are satisfied. Buildings are increasing with height they are more susceptible to failures which are due to wind and earthquake. Both earthquake and wind forces are unpredictable and uncontrollable. Accordingly the building structure is built to resist wind and earthquake lateral forces. Building criteria are developed in IS codes according to the zones in which cities are considered to be built. In general, for design of tall buildings both wind as well as earthquake loads need to be considered. Governing criteria for carrying out dynamic analyses for earthquake loads are different from wind loads. According to the provisions of Bureau of Indian Standards for earthquake load, IS 1893(Part 1):2016 Criteria for Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures, height of the structure, seismic zone, vertical and horizontal irregularities, soft and weak storey necessitates dynamic analysis for earthquake load. The contribution of the higher mode effects are included in arriving at the distribution of lateral forces along the height of the building. As per IS 875(Part 3):2015 Design Loads Other than Earthquake for Buildings and structures, when wind interacts With a building, both positive and negative pressures occur simultaneously, the building must have sufficient strength to resist the applied loads from these pressures to prevent wind induced building failure. Load exerted on the building envelope are transmitted to the structural system and they in turn must be transferred through the foundation into the ground, the magnitude of the wind pressure is a function of exposed basic wind speed, topography, building height, internal pressure, and building shape. In order to design a structure to resist wind and earthquake loads, the forces on the structure must be specified. The exact forces that will occur during the life of the structure cannot be anticipated. Most National Building Codes identify some factors according to the boundary conditions of each building considered in the analysis to provide for life safety. A realistic estimate for these factors is important; however the cost of construction and therefore the economic viability of the project is essential. The code introduces simplified methods for the design which depend on different factors for wind and earthquake that govern the design and influence the results.
ETABS is the present day leading design software in the market. Many design company’s use this software for their project design purpose. So, this paper mainly deals with the comparative analysis of the results of zone-ii and zone-v with same medium soil in both the zones. In this case, G+17 storey structure is modelled using ETABS software. The height of each storey is taken as 3meter making the total height of the structure 36 meter. Analysis of the structure is done and then the results generated by this software are compared in between zone-2 and zone-5 of the structure using IS 1893:2002 & with respect to same wind pressure on structure using ,IS code 875 (part 3):2015 , wherever the price of land is high and any horizontal growth isn't possible because of inaccessibility of area, so we the engineers taken a step forward and build buildings vertically After an earthquake happens it causes nice harm because of seismic motion when the peak of building is increased the wind load result conjointly acts on building. Structures are designed to resist these unforeseen forces and may have decent stiffness and strength to manage displacement at supports. Even the arrange configuration of building depends upon however the structure reacts on loading. For symmetrical building the deformation is lesser compared to a unsymmetrical arrange of columns and beam. So the first point we consider is the building should be symmetric here a neighbourhood of structure is taken into account and also the centre line diagram is computed from AUTOCAD to ETABS. Then a model is been ready in ETABS The analysis of this structure is finished to match the bottom reactions once loading happens and deformation of various beams is observed. And compared the building in zone-iii and zone-iv with all the parameters like storey shear, storey stiffness, shear force and bending moment’s base shear and storey drifts are taken for seismic analysis according to Indian standards rules and regulations.
India has varied land condition; there are tectonic plates which are moving along the fault lines which makes the land surface shake. This shaking of land is Earthquake. Earthquakes are themselves not fatal but the building in which people are living or working and building is weak structurally.
This can prove to be fatal. Earthquakes are unpredictable thus making the aftermath dangerous. Earthquakes are juggernauts as they cannot be stopped. IS codes have already clarified in ANNEXE E of IS code 1893(part1):2016, all the cities with population of over three lakh and the zones in which the cities lie. Based on the occurrence of earthquakes in the past around India, the country is divided into four seismic zones, namely zones II, III, IV, V, where II is the least severe and V is the most severe. Based on this zoning, about 60% of India’s land area is under moderate seismic threat or more, i.e., under seismic zone III or above in fact, the Gujrat, Latur earthquake which were fatal. Even now amongst our four mega-cities, Delhi is in seismic zone IV, which Mumbai, Calcutta and Chennai are in seismic zone III. Despite this level of seismic hazard, little is being done, particularly in these cities, to make the development akin to earthquake shaking. The quality of both design engineering and construction is way behind the expected seismic standards.
The experience of severe earthquake has shown that when structures were built in accordance with seismic codes, the consequences of earthquakes were least severe. The characteristic of seismic ground vibrations expected at any site depend on magnitude of earthquake, its focal depth, epicentre distance, characteristics of path through which seismic waves travel, and soil strata on which seismic waves travel, soil strata on which structure is founded. The random earthquake ground motions, which cause structure to oscillate, can be resolved in any three mutually perpendicular directions. The predominant direction of ground vibration is usually horizontal.
Wind is air in motion relative to the surface often earth. The primary cause of wind is traced to earth's rotation and differences in terrestrial radiation. The radiation effects are primarily responsible for convection either upwards or downwards. The wind generally blows horizontal to the ground at high wind speeds. Since vertical components of atmospheric motion are relatively small, the term 'wind' denotes almost exclusively the horizontal wind. Winds are proven to be fatal because there are juggernauts, they cannot be controlled. Building in which people are residing or working should resist the wind effects. Wind affects the surface of the exposed area of the building. Wind forces static and dynamic should be taken into account when designing the building, Wind speeds vary randomly both in space and time and hence assessment of wind loads and response prediction are very important in design of several buildings and structures. Buildings shall also be designed with due attention to the effects of wind on the comfort of people inside and outside the buildings. The liability of a building to high wind pressures depend not only upon the geographical location and proximity of other obstructions to air flow but also upon the characteristics of the structure itself. The effect of wind on the structure as a whole is determined by the combined action of external and internal pressures acting upon it. In all cases, the calculated wind loads act normal to the surface to which they apply. According to IS code 875 (part 3):2015 Wind speed may be taken as constant up to a height of 10 m. Accordingly basic wind speed is categorized in zones, cities are classified in those zones. Basic wind speed is based on gust velocity averaged over a short time interval of about 3 seconds. Basic wind speed for some important cities/towns is given in ANNEXE A of IS code 875(part3):2015.
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V. CENTERLINE PLAN
A.For this study many investigation has been done to calculate all required wind & seismic data. B.Analysis of model comprises mainly linear static & dynamic analysis. C.Analysis of all model gives the result I the form of story displacement, Story drift, Base shear, Overturning moments, Acceleration, Time period. D.Seismic analysis was done by using ETABS software and successfully verified manually as per IS 1893-2002. E.There is a gradual increase in the value of lateral forces from bottom floor to top floor in software analysis.
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Authors : Utkarsh R. Nishane
Paper Id : IJRASET40015
Publish Date : 2022-01-20
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