Comparative Analysis of Different RC Building for Different Bracing System X, V, K Bracing [G+10] for SESMIC and Wind Loads

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P. Ameena Bi, R. Rohitha, S. Samatha


Despite being a high-rise public building or residential building, the inclusion of a bracing system in an RCC structure is extremely uncommon in India. When constructing a structure in a seismically active region, this feature is extremely desirable. This study offers a solution for holding the structure under the bracing system and using other strengthening systems to reduce or eliminate the effects of earthquakes brought on by variation in load path and stiffness. This feature is helpful for creating an open floor plan on the ground floor or first floor and getting rid of internal columns that prevent open space. Different kinds of steel or RCC bracing systems are provided for the building to resist the lateral load. Higher stiffness and stability are two potential benefits of using RCC bracing over other bracings. The goal of this study was to compare normal buildings and high-rise buildings with different RCC bracing systems for seismic behavior. The bracing system that was provided around the building. ETABS is used to analyze the frame models in accordance with IS:7893-2000. Base shear and storey displacement will be taken into account in this paper to compare building seismic effects. When compared to moment resisting frames and V-braced frames, the results of the problem demonstrated that X-braced frames are safer and more effective during an earthquake frames

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