M. S. Barkhordari

Effect of Peripheral Wall Openings in Basement and Number of Basement Floors on the Base level of Braced Framed Tube System soil structure interaction seismic design Nonlinear dynamic analysis Near-field earthquake High-rise structures Braced Framed Tube System basement wall Base level High-rise structures Near-field earthquake Soil–structure interaction Nonlinear dynamic analysis Base level

Effect of Peripheral Wall Openings in Basement and Number of Basement Floors on the Base level of Braced Framed Tube System

Effect of Peripheral Wall Openings in Basement and Number of Basement Floors on the Base level of Braced Framed Tube System For seismic design, the base is defined as the level at which the seismic ground motion is considered to be transferred on to the structure. Although there are many factors affecting the base level,  Read More

December 30, 2017 author
Base level Investigation in various buildings and corresponding effective factors soil structure interaction seismic regulations seismic force Non-same elevated foundation High-rise building basement Base level 2800 seismic regulations

Base level Investigation in various buildings and corresponding effective factors

Base level is one of the important parameters in determining the seismic force and preliminary design of structural sections. Base level, According to 2800 seismic regulations, in cases which the basement perimeter is executed with reinforced concrete walls integrated by structure, in addition with surrounding dense soil; set top of basement walls. The critical issue  Read More

June 25, 2017 author