THE BEHAVIOUR OF SOIL STRUCTURE INTERACTION FOR RCC STRUCTURES IN VARIOUS LAYERED SOILSD. Siva Kumar and E. Ravi and N. Ramesh
Most of the civil engineering structure involves different type of structural element having direct contact with ground. To design of all RCC structures on subsurface or surface consider the effects of soil-structure interaction. Study is mainly concentrated on layered soil conditions. The RCC framed building of different storey height of G+2 models is considered to analyze the fixed base condition and SSI base condition. Seismic waves are generated in both vertical and horizontal component. The structure is analyzed for various load cases, such as self weight, live load, wind load, seismic loads, etc. The comparison of these models for different parameters like Displacement, Bending moments, Shear stress and Time period are presented. The response of idealized structural systems to earthquake ground motion is computed with the effects of dead loads and vertical ground motions. It is created coupling between lateral and vertical deformations by yielding in the system. This must be considered to predict the vertical deformations due to horizontal ground motion. Soil structure interaction is carried out for soft, medium and hard soil. During earthquake, the response of soil particles due to ground motion it affects the motion of structure and the response of structure affects the motion of soil mass. The RCC building considered to analyse SSI in G+2 Storey. For Studying purpose the RCC Building is located in the Erode, (Avalpoondurai Lat: 11.2331°N, Lon: 77.7180°E) Tamilnadu, India
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