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Građevinski materijali i konstrukcije
2015, vol. 58, iss. 3, pp. 3-27
article language: Serbian, English
document type: Original Scientific Paper
published on: 27/11/2015
doi: 10.5937/grmk1503003c
Performance analysis of damaged buildings applying scenario of related non-linear analyses and damage coefficient
anema
bUniversity of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Science

e-mail: mladen.cosic@ymail.com, folic@uns.ac.rs

Project

Development and application of a comprehensive approach to the design of new and safety assessment of existing structures for seismic risk reduction in Ser (MESTD - 36043)

Abstract

The paper deals with methodology developed and presented for analyzing the damage on structures exposed to accidental and seismic actions. The procedure is based on non-linear numerical analysis, taking into account the principles of Performance-Based Seismic Design (PBSD). The stiffness matrix of the effects of vertical action is used as the initial stiffness matrix in non-linear analysis which simulates the collapse of individual ground-floor columns, forming thereby a number of possible scenarios. By the end of the analysis that simulates the collapse of individual columns, the stiffness matrix is used as the initial stiffness matrix for Non-linear Static Pushover Analysis (NSPA) of bi-directional seismic action (X and Y directions). Target displacement analyses were conducted using the Capacity Spectrum Method (CSM). The structure's conditions/state was assessed based on the calculated global and inter-storey drifts and the damage coefficient developed. The damage level to the building was established using an integrated approach based on global and inter-storey drifts, so that, depending on the level of displacements for which the drifts are identified, a more reliable answer can be obtained. Applying the damage coefficient, a prompt, reliable and accurate indication can be obtained on the damage level to the entire structure in the capacitive domain, from elastic and non-linear to collapse state.

Keywords

non-linear analysis; scenario; accidental and seismic action; damage coefficient

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