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PostPosted: Sun Oct 19, 2003 1:38 pm    Post subject: Shear walls Reply with quote

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Alpa Sheth



Respected Madam,

Respected sir,

I am student of CEPT. I am doing Masters degree in structre design. My thesis is on cost efficiency of Shear walls in low rise buildings for Zone III, IV and V.  I want to ask you that IS 1893-2002 says that moment Resisting frame should be designed atleast 25% of lateral force in frame wall system. I want to know that from where actually 25% comes, becuse during the review of my thesis Jurie members asked me this question. They also want me to find out what the other countries are taking. Actually from where 25% had come. Is there any experimental or theoritical back ground on taking 25% of lateral force or from other codes we have taken that.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 20, 2003 6:52 am    Post subject: Shear walls Reply with quote

Resepect Sir,

I am studying in NIRMA INSTITUTE OF ENG.i am doing my masters in CASAD. Righ
now i am doing thesis on "eqrthquake resistant multystorey building using
shear wall with ETABS".
kindly give me some material or books

vipul


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Alpa Sheth



Respected Madam,

Respected sir,

I am student of CEPT. I am doing Masters degree in structre design. My
thesis is on cost efficiency of Shear walls in low rise buildings for Zone
III, IV and V.  I want to ask you that IS 1893-2002 says that moment
Resisting frame should be designed atleast 25% of lateral force in frame
wall system. I want to know that from where actually 25% comes, becuse
during the review of my thesis Jurie members asked me this question. They
also want me to find out what the other countries are taking. Actually from
where 25% had come. Is there any experimental or theoritical back ground on
taking 25% of lateral force or from other codes we have taken that.











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PostPosted: Mon Oct 20, 2003 8:01 pm    Post subject: Shear walls Reply with quote

The following website is a good start:
http://www.csiberkeley.com/Support_Chapter_Alpha.html

specific questions on ETABS can be directed to this web board:
http://www.eng-tips.com/gthreadminder.cfm/lev2/22/lev3/70/pid/802

good luck

-  Aswin
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Structural Engineer
Jacobs Facilities Inc. (www.jacobs.com )
(714) 503-3772 (P); (714) 503-3865 (F)

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 29, 2003 3:27 pm    Post subject: shear walls Reply with quote

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Respected Madam,

I am student of CEPT. I am doing Masters degree in structre design. My thesis is on cost efficiency of Shear walls in low rise buildings for Zone III, IV and V.  I want to ask you that IS 1893-2002 says that moment Resisting frame should be designed atleast 25% of lateral force in frame wall system. I want to know that from where actually 25% comes, becuse during the review of my thesis Jurie members asked me this question. They also want me to find out what the other countries are taking. Actually from where 25% had come. Is there any experimental or theoritical back ground on taking 25% of lateral force or from other codes we have taken that.

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