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Effect of Earthquakes on Reinforced Concrete Buildings
|Title:||Effect of Earthquakes on Reinforced Concrete Buildings|
|Contributors:||Civil Engineering (department)|
|Date Issued:||15 Jan 2014|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||This paper consists of three major parts: The first part deals with general knowledge of earthquake motions. It provides basic infor mation regarding the magnitude and intensity of an earthquake. The second part of the paper describes elastic analysis of reinforced concrete buildings subject earthquake motions. A mathematical model has been developed in this section to analyze multi-story structures. The last part of this paper is concerned with elastic analysis of a ten-story reinforced concrete building subject to the north-south component of El-Centro earthquake. Time-History response of the structure for story-shear and deflection at various heights have been computed. Also, a spectrum analysis together with an analysis by Uniform Building Code of the ten-story building has been carried for comparison. Deflections at story-levels computed by the spectrum analysis agree closely with those obtained from the Time-History response. However, these values are three to six times larger than those given by the UBC analysis. A sufficient (i.e. 6) ductility factory can be provided to make up for the difference.|
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