DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF DIAGRID STRUCTURE USING ETABS (2023)
Mrs. G.KALYANIM.E, D.THARUN, G. GAYATHRI, P. SURYA TEJA, C. ANJITH JCR. 2023: 510-517
Construction of multi‐storey building is rapidly increasing throughout the world. Advances in construction technology, materials, structural systems, analysis and design software facilitated the growth of these buildings. Diagrid buildings are emerging as structurally efficient as well as architecturally significant assemblies for tall buildings. Recently the diagrid structural system has been widely used for tall buildings due to the structural efficiency and aesthetic potential provided by the unique geometric configuration of the system. Generally, for tall building diagrid structure steel is used. In present work, concrete diagrid structure is analyzed. Structural design of high-rise buildings is governed by lateral loads due to wind or earthquake. Tall commercial buildings are primarily a response to the intense pressure on the available land. Advances in materials, construction technology, analytical methods and structural systems for analysis and design accelerated the development of tall structures. Lateral load resistance of the structure is provided by interior structural system or exterior structural system. Analysis and design of multi storey diagrid RCC frame building is presented. ETABS software is used for modeling and analysis of RCC frame members. All members are designed as per IS 456:2000 considering all load combinations.
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