Studies on Strength and Behaviour of Composite Tubes for Earthquake Resistant Industrial Structures

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Studies On Strength And Behaviour Of Composite Tubes For Earthquake Resistant Industrial Structures

Studies on Strength and Behaviour of Composite Tubes for Earthquake Resistant Industrial Structures

Abstract

Studies On Strength And Behaviour Of Composite Tubes For Earthquake Resistant Industrial Structures civil project report The present paper reviews the fundamental structural response characteristics and technological issues of composite steel and concrete systems. It assesses the pros and cons of composite structural systems and investigates the efficacy of beam-column members.

The present paper reviews composite steel and concrete systems ‘ fundamental structural response characteristics and technological issues. It evaluates the pros and cons of composite structural systems and investigates the efficacy of the beam-column members. To get deep insight into their background, design rules for composite constructions are presented and discussed in detail. Further research areas are presented and the results of ongoing experimental and numerical investigations are also shown.

Design rules for composite constructions are presented and discussed in details in order to get deep insight into their background. Areas of further research are presented and results of ongoing experimental and numerical investigations are also shown.

Composite steel and concrete systems are a viable alternative to bare steel and reinforced concrete structures. They exhibit increased stiffness, strength, and ductility. In addition, their technology allows an easy construction along with the economy. Composite columns are structural members which benefit more from the composite action. In fact, concrete cover and/or filler prevents local buckling; in turn, steel hollow section improves concrete confinement

Conclusion

  • Storey drift in Equivalent Static Analysis in X-direction is more for Steel frame as compared to Composite and RCC frames.
  • RCC frame has the lowest values of storey drift because of its high stiffness.
  • The differences in storey drift for different stories along X and Y direction are owing to orientation of column sections.
  • Moment of inertia of column sections are different in both directions.
  • Same storey drift patterns are obtained by using Response Spectrum method validating the results obtained by the Equivalent Static method.