Response Spectrum Analysis Using Seismic Data Of High-Rise Steel Frame Building With And Without Bracing
Many domains of structural engineering have examined the reaction of braced steel frames. Over the years, several experts have been investigating these structures in depth, mostly because of their increased potential to carry external loads. Every special moment resisting frame undergo lateral displacement because they are susceptible to large lateral loading. The problems associated with this are the P-∆ effect resulting in the ductile and brittle failure at beams and columns connections. As a result, engineers are increasingly using braced steel frames as a cost-effective way to support earthquake-resistant loads. There are four models in this research as cross bracing, diagonal bracing, Chevron bracing layout, and an unbraced frame are among the models under consideration. Response Spectrum analysis was used to examine the performance of each frame and found that time periods of the bracing systems gradually decrease from the time periods of the bare frame, suggesting an increase in stiffness.