IMPACT OF EARTHQUAKE ARCHITECTURE DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND BEHAVIORS ANALYSIS ON THE TOTAL COST FOR NUCLEAR FACILITIESJournal: International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology (IJARET) (Vol.11, No. 11)
Publication Date: 2020-11-30
Authors : N. M. Sirag Abdel Aziz M.A.H;
Page : 1663-1677
Keywords : Earthquake; Nuclear; Wheel of Gravity; Seismic Force; Seismic Hazard;
The research objective focuses on the impact of earthquake architecture design considerations on the total cost of nuclear facilities. The environmental design of seismic insulation is expected to reduce vertical load, affecting structural design and structural components. This is explicating through the use of a seismic impact analysis program on installations, where an architectural design of an building is presupposed, with well-thought-out design considerations, and feed the program database with the seismic data of the supposed site, through the operation of the code can be gain detailed results of the design vulnerabilities caused by the supposed earthquake impactTherefore, deficiencies can be addressed based on the criteria of design studied, to avoid any weakness or collapse of the building, and can be repeated more than once by consulting the construction engineer, to reach the best architectural design that meets the security and safety standards for the building. In this method, we can decrease the cost of earthquake-resistant construction supplies, thereby reducing the total cost of the facility. Thus, we come to the study goal that there is a relationship between the principles of seismic architecture design and the improvement of the economic status of a nuclear power plant.
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