A Study on Seismic Behaviour of Symmetrical Coupled Shear Wall Systems with Different Height to Depth Ratio of Coupling BeamsJournal
: GRD Journal for Engineering (Vol.4, No. 09)
Publication Date: 2019-03-01
Authors : Pratikkumar M Patel; Dhruti M Pandya;
Page : 172-175
Keywords : Base Moment; Base Shear; Coupling Beam; Coupling Degree; Coupled Shear Wall; High Rise Building; Max Displacement Story Drift; Time Period;
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Reinforced concrete structural walls with coupling beams are widely used as the primary lateral load bearing elements in high rise buildings. This paper describe a study deals with effect of depth variation of coupling beam at different story intervals Many researchers shown that there is uncertainty in the estimation of the effective stiffness of RC coupling beams. So here the analysis of high rise building with different story height namely 15 stories & 25 stories with symmetry is considered with the effect of span / depth ratio 1,3,5,&6 and aspect ratio of high of building to width of building 4.6,7.65,& 10.7 effect on coupling beam. The analysis will be carried out by preparing different models in ETABS 2016 software in this study. Medium soil is considered in this study. The behavior of coupled shear wall is mainly due to coupling beam.
Citation: Pratikkumar M Patel, Dhruti M Pandya. "A Study on Seismic Behaviour of Symmetrical Coupled Shear Wall Systems with Different Height to Depth Ratio of Coupling Beams." Global Research and Development Journal For Engineering [ERICE - 2019], Dr. S & S.S. Ghandhy Government Engineering College GTU, (February 2019) : pp. 172 - 175.
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