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1. In general it is observed that period of modes of
vibrations decreases with increase in number of mode.
Model 1 has greater period of vibration.
2. Frequencies of modes increase with increasing in
number of modes. Model 3 has greater frequency.
3. Maximum storey drift is less in bottom storey,
after bottom storey that it increases with increase in up to
storey 7 again it is decreases.
4. Storey displacement increases with increases in
storey height. Displacement is greater in regular building.
5. Storey shear increases with decreases in number
of storey and shear is maximum at the base of the
building. Storey shear is maximum in model 3.
6. Considering the above conclusion results we
conclude that plan asymmetry like horizontal irregularity
has slight differences in results of all parameters.
Dr. Naveen G M, is working as Assistant
Professor in Government Engineering College
Chamarajanagara, Karanataka, India-571313, received his
BE degree from UBDT college Davangere; M.Tech in
MCE, Hassan and PhD at National Institute of
Engineering, Mysore under VTU. Research interests
include the Reinforced Concrete Structure and steel
structure Analysis and design in civil structures.
All authors contributed equally to this work.
Miss. Chaya S, assistant professor of civil
The Authors declare that they have no competing
engineering Department, EIT Chamarajanagar, have an
experience in teaching and research in structural
Engineering field. Research interests include the
Reinforced Concrete Structure design in civil structures.
To cite this paper: Chaya M and Naveen GM (2018). Studies on Regular and Irregular Tall Structures Subjected to Earthquake Loading. J. Civil Eng. Urban., 8 (1): 01-05.