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Seismic Object Performance Evaluation of Braced Steel Moment Resisting Frames with Low Rise Building under Different Site Stiffness
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Seismic Object Performance Evaluation of Braced Steel Moment Resisting Frames with Low Rise Building under Different Site Stiffness
Kim, Soo Jung; Choi, Byong Jeong; Park, Ho Young; Lee, Jinwoo;
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 Abstract
This study is the compared seismic performance that are difference between the performance of structures on various site classes and beam-column connection. this analysis model was designed the previous earthquake load. To compare the performance levels of the structure was subjected to nonlinear static and nonlinear dynamic analysis. Nonlinear analysis was used to The Perform 3D program. Nonlinear static analysis was compared with the performance point and Nonlinear dynamic analysis was compared the drift ratio(%). Analysis results, the soft site class of the displacement was more increase than rock site classes of the displacement. Also The smaller the displacement was increased beam-column connection stiffness.
 Keywords
Previous seismic design;Seismic Performance Evaluation;Performance level;Site classes;Beam-Column connection stiffness;
 Language
Korean
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