Study on Comparison of Structural Fundamental Period within UBC -97 and ASCE 7-05 IJTSRD


This study present the comparison of structural fundamental period generated from Equivalent Lateral Force Procedure by applying the provision of two building codes, UBC-97 and ASCE-7-05, to the most common residential buildings of standard occupancy. A sample three story building with two seismic zones (Yangon and Mandalay regions) and different soil types was subjected to code-compliant. All of the design calculations are processed by hand calculation. Furthermore, the comparison of result, such as the response acceleration of each codes will present with design response spectrum curve. For all cases investigated, the UBC was found to be significantly more conservative than ASCE-7-05. Typically, when a jurisdiction develops its own building code, an ASCE 7 edition is frequently adopted. Consequently, the comparisons presented remain relevant even when a local jurisdiction develops its own building code.

By Htun Myint”Study on Comparison of Structural Fundamental Period within UBC -97 and ASCE 7-05″

Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018,

URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14274.pdf

http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/14274/study-on-comparison-of-structural-fundamental-period-within-ubc–97-and-asce-7-05/htun-myint

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