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Title: Seismic design for R.C.C building with irregulaties by using revised IS-1893:2016
Authors: Sarvade, Shivaji
MOHAMMAD, SHAHNAWAZ (15DCES77)
SHAIKH, ABDUR REHMAN (15DCES83)
SHAIKH, ABRAR AHMAD (15DCES84)
SHAIKH x, SHAIKH MOHAMMAD ANAS (15DCES87)
Keywords: Project Report - CE
Issue Date: May-2018
Publisher: AIKTC
Series/Report no.: Accession # PE0406;
Abstract: India is a developing country with a variety of building practices and social and economic structure, which needs to evolve its own strategies for seismic hazard evaluation. The last decade has pointed to our shortcoming in risk reduction programmers, during the few damaging earthquakes. Due to this earthquake alone in India there was immense loss of life and property. After this painful loss attention is now being given to the evaluation of the adequacy of strength in structures to resist strong ground motions. After Bhuj earthquake IS 1893 was revised and published in the year 2002 and now in the year 2016, before this incident it was revised in 1984. The code was first published in 1962 as “Recommendations for Earthquake Resistant Design of Structure”. The main reason for the loss of life and property was inadequacy of knowledge of behaviour of structures during ground motions. The vulnerability of the structures against seismic activity must be essentially studied. In this study we are analysing different irregular structures and their behaviour during seismic excitations with and without irregularities by Response Spectrum method using ETABS. Keywords— Irregularities; Response Spectrum; IS 1893:2016: IS 1893:2016; ETABS 2016
Description: Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the degree of Bachelor of Civil Engineering (B.E)
URI: http://www.aiktcdspace.org:8080/jspui/handle/123456789/2634
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