Comparative Analysis of Tall Buildings Structure with a Hexagrid System

Authors

  • Babita Chaudhary Student, Department of Civil Engineering, Sri Sai Group of Institute Badhani, Pathankot, India
  • Shivani Bhardwaj Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Sri Sai Group of Institute Badhani, Pathankot, India
  • Sourabh Lalotra Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Sri Sai Group of Institute Badhani, Pathankot, India

Keywords:

Hexagrid (Beehive), Structural systems, Dead load, Live load, Seismic load

Abstract

Recently structural designers face new challenges to current design trends in tall buildings which will satisfy strength, stiffness and many more. Ever growing heights and complexity of shape, need for robustness coupled to economy, cognizance of limited material resources and sustainability, are all new worrying inquiries to be tackled with sparkling approaches, novel structural systems and open minds. Structural configurations nice addressing the conventional necessities of strength and stiffness for tall buildings are the ones using the tube concept, whose performance is precisely associated with the concerned shear resisting mechanism, and actually the ancient evolution of the tube concept has been marked by the tries of lowering the incidence of performance loss due to shear deformations. In this dissertation the structural behavior of modern structural solutions for tube structure are mentioned, studying the ordinary behavior of every analyzed geometry, offering new layout techniques and comparing the related structural performance. This study investigated the tall hexagrid buildings, focusing on size and pattern of different the hxagrid modules.

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Published

2021-07-17

How to Cite

[1]
B. Chaudhary, S. Bhardwaj, and S. Lalotra, “Comparative Analysis of Tall Buildings Structure with a Hexagrid System”, IJRAMT, vol. 2, no. 7, pp. 97–100, Jul. 2021.

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