Experimental Study on Seismic Response Characteristics of Soil On Building Models Using 1-D Shake-Table.docx

  • Engr Sadam Hussain University of Engineering and technology taxila
  • Saqib Mehboob
  • Naveed Ahamd
  • Faheem Butt
  • Abuzar LNU

Abstract

ABSTRACT. This research investigates the impact of seismic response on the scaled 1:10 multi storey steel frame-model supported by isolated shallow footings placed on sand sample. One dimensional shake-table testing was carried out on four, three and two storeys steel Frame Model subjected to El-Centro 0.46pga Earthquake. Dynamic properties acceleration, displacement, natural frequency of the frame models on isolated footing with changing of storey height were measured. Moreover, it was found that acceleration responses and natural frequencies decreased with an increase in frame model height while displacement responses increased for a given foundation type with increased height. In conclusion, soil, the structure's height, and the materials properties all affect a structures seismic response during an earthquake.

Published
2023-08-14
How to Cite
Hussain, E., Mehboob, S., Ahamd, N., Butt, F., & LNU, A. (2023, August 14). Experimental Study on Seismic Response Characteristics of Soil On Building Models Using 1-D Shake-Table.docx. Sustainable Structures and Materials, An International Journal, 6(3), 27-35. Retrieved from https://www.ssmij.org/index.php/ssm/article/view/191