Structural Dynamics And Earthquake Engineering

Course Code:CE6701

Author:uLektz

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Regulation:2013

Categories:Civil

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Description :Structural Dynamics And Earthquake Engineering of CE6701 covers the latest syllabus prescribed by Anna University, Tamil Nadu for regulation 2013. Author: uLektz, Published by uLektz Learning Solutions Private Limited.

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Topics
UNIT I THEORY OF VIBRATIONS

1.2 Degree of freedom

1.3 Idealization of structure as single degree of freedom system

1.4 Formulation of Equations of motion of SDOF system

1.5 D’Alemberts principles

1.6 Effect of damping

1.7 Free and forced vibration of damped and undamped structures

1.8 Response to harmonic and periodic forces

UNIT II MULTIPLE DEGREE OF FREEDOM SYSTEM

2.1 Two degree of freedom system

2.2 Modes of vibrations

2.3 Formulation of equations of motion of multi degree of freedom (MDOF) system

2.4 Eigen values and Eigen vectors

2.5 Response to free and forced vibrations

2.6 Damped and undamped MDOF system

2.7 Modal superposition methods

UNIT III ELEMENTS OF SEISMOLOGY

3.1 Elements of Engineering Seismology

3.2 Causes of Earthquake

3.3 Plate Tectonic theory

3.4 Elastic rebound Theory

3.5 Characteristics of earthquake

3.6 Estimation of earthquake parameters

3.7 Magnitude and intensity of earthquakes

3.8 Spectral Acceleration

UNIT IV RESPONSE OF STRUCTURES TO EARTHQUAKE

4.1 Effect of earthquake on different types of structures

4.2 Behaviour of Reinforced Cement Concrete, Steel and Prestressed Concrete Structure under earthquake loading

4.3 Pinching effect

4.4 Bouchinger Effects

4.5 Evaluation of earthquake forces as per IS:1893 – 2002

4.6 Response Spectra

4.7 Lessons learnt from past earthquakes

UNIT V DESIGN METHODOLOGY

5.1 Causes of damage

5.2 Planning considerations / Architectural concepts as per IS:4326 - 1993

5.3 Guidelines for Earthquake resistant design

5.4 Earthquake resistant design for masonry and Reinforced Cement Concrete buildings