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2022 ◽  
Vol 148 (2) ◽  
Le Shen ◽  
Miao Ding ◽  
Chen Feng ◽  
Shagea Alqawzai ◽  
Mohamed Elchalakani ◽  

Somasundhara Naathan M ◽  
Dr Ramadevi K

Construction of building requires proper planning and management. Buildings are subjected to various loads such as dead load, live load, wind load and seismic load. Seismic load has extreme adverse effect on building so it is necessary to perform seismic analysis. This paper explains about the response of building when it is subjected to seismic load, this response can be shown by story drift and base shear. Behavior of buildings with stub columns is analyzed and the results are compared with buildings without stub columns. Seismic analysis has been performed on (G+7) buildings located in seismic zones 2,3,4&5 using ETABS software. Analysis has been performed according to IS 1893:PartI (2002).The storey drift and design base shear are evaluated and compared. Pushover analysis was performed and the results were compared.

2022 ◽  
Vol 170 ◽  
pp. 108654
M. Anbarasu ◽  
M. Subalakshmi ◽  
M. Adil Dar ◽  
M.F. Hassanein

Materials ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 15 (1) ◽  
pp. 154
En Wang ◽  
Yicen Liu ◽  
Fei Lyu ◽  
Faxing Ding ◽  
Yunlong Xu

Recycled aggregate concrete-filled steel tubular (RACFST) columns are widely recognized as efficient structural members that can reduce the environmental impact of the building industry and improve the mechanical behavior of recycled aggregate concrete (RAC). The objective of this study is to investigate the behavior of recycled aggregate concrete-filled circular steel tubular (RACFCST) stub columns subjected to the axial loading. Three-dimensional finite element (FE) models were established using a triaxial plastic-damage constitutive model of RAC considering the replacement ratio of recycled aggregates. The FE analytical results revealed that the decreased ultimate bearing capacity of RACFCST stub columns compared with conventional concrete infilled steel tubular (CFST) columns was mainly due to the weakened confinement effect and efficiency. This trend will become more apparent with the larger replacement ratio of recycled aggregates. A practical design formula of the ultimate bearing capacity of RACFCST stub columns subjected to axial load was proposed on the basis of the reasonably simplified cross-sectional stress nephogram at the ultimate state. The derivation process incorporated the equilibrium condition and the superposition theory. The proposed equation was evaluated by comparing its accuracy and accessibility to some well-known design formulae proposed by other researchers and some widely used design codes.

2021 ◽  
Vol 22 (1) ◽  
Chaokun Hong ◽  
Haitao Li ◽  
Dong Yang ◽  
Hang Li ◽  
Huizhong Zhang ◽  

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