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A Research on Study and Analysis of Multi-storey Steel Building using E-Tab Software

Authors: Neeraj Agarwal, Nikhil Garg


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Country: India

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Abstract: Multi story building ranges from 23 m to 150 m height (high rise buildings) and Building above 150 m height (skyscrapers). High-rise steel structure can be made for any height as per project requirement and governing laws. Multi-storey Steel Framing System offered as a bolted structure made off site (from the factory) using beam joist cold form deck slab and steel columns or composite columns. All steel construction uses pre-fabricated components that are rapidly installed on site. Short construction periods lead to savings in site preliminaries, earlier return on investment and reduced interest charges. Time related savings can easily amount to 3 to 5% of the overall project value, reducing the client’s requirements for working capital and improving cash flow. In many inner-city projects, it is important to reduce disruption to nearby buildings and roads. Steel construction dramatically reduces the impact of the construction operation on the locality. Steel offers better ‘elasticity’. Concrete is more brittle and thus less suited for skyscrapers which are designed to sway with the wind. Steel concrete composite construction has gained wide acceptance worldwide as an alternative to pure steel and pure concrete construction. The use of steel in the construction industry is very low in India compared to many European countries. There is a great potential for increasing the volume of steel in construction, especially in the current development needs India and not using steel as an alternative construction material and not using it where it is economical is a heavy loss for the country. This report represents a plain office steel building located in Delhi with different masses which is situated in seismic zone IV. In this study, computer-aided analysis and design of superstructure for this building is carried out by using ETABS/STAAD PRO software. In these cases, mass irregularity is considered on the bottom floor, middle floor and top floor of the proposed building. It is composed of a special moment resisting frame (SMRF). Dead loads, superimposed dead loads, live loads, wind loads and earthquake loads are considered. All structural members are designed according to IS-Code. Wide I-sections are used for frame members. Structural steel used in the building is 350 Grade steels. A regular floor plan of 3370 sq.m size is considered in this report.

Keywords: High rise, ETAB, live load, Earthquake load, dead load

Paper Id: 194

Published On: 2017-02-03

Published In: Volume 5, Issue 1, January-February 2017

Cite This: A Research on Study and Analysis of Multi-storey Steel Building using E-Tab Software - Neeraj Agarwal, Nikhil Garg - IJIRMPS Volume 5, Issue 1, January-February 2017. DOI 10.17605/OSF.IO/G7NJW

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