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Performance-Based Seismic Design of High-rise Apartment Buildings in Korea Considering Collapse Prevention Level
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 Title & Authors
Performance-Based Seismic Design of High-rise Apartment Buildings in Korea Considering Collapse Prevention Level
Lee, Minhee; Yoo, Changhwan; Kim, Taejin; Kim, Jong-Ho;
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 Abstract
The objective of this study is to apply performance-based seismic design to high-rise apartment buildings in Korean considering collapse prevention level. The possible issues during its application were studied and the suggestions were made based on the findings from the performance-based seismic design of a building with typical residential multi-unit layout. The lateral-force-resisting system of the building is ordinary shear walls system with a code exception of height limit. In order to allow the exception, the serviceability and the stability of the ordinary shear wall structure need to be evaluated to confirm that it has the equivalent performance as the one designed under the Korean Building Code 2009. The structure was evaluated whether it satisfied its performance objectives to withstand Service Level and Maximum Considered Earthquake.
 Keywords
Performance-Based Design;Service Level Evaluation;MCE Level Evaluation;Nonlinear Response History Analysis;Ordinary Shear Wall;
 Language
Korean
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