Earth Quake Analysis of High Rise Building by Lead Rubber Isolation Technique and Comparison of Fixed Base and Base Isolator in Different Seismic Zones Using Etabs

Kandukuri Gayathri, M. Mujahid Ahmed

Abstract


is procedure that has been utilized to shield the structures from the harming impacts of seismic tremor. The establishment of isolators at the base expands the adaptability of the building structures.The point of this exploration is to examine the seismic conduct of various structures under settled condition and base secluded condition. In present examination Modeling is finished by taking a reference plan of a building and investigation of G+15 story RC building is done in ETABS programming for two cases. The first is settled base and the second one is base detached. The Lead elastic bearing (LRB) is planned according to UBC 97 code and the equivalent was utilized for examination of base detachment system.Lead elastic isolator are given to both the structures and afterward investigation are completed for both settled base and base separated structures under zone II and soil type II i.e. medium soil (as per IS 1893(part 1):2002). 

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