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Optimal Structural Design of Diagrid Structure for Tall Structure

  • Chittaranjan NayakEmail author
  • Snehal Walke
  • Suraj Kokare
Conference paper

Abstract

Diagrid systems have strong structural efficiency than other system like braced system. Diagrid system have unique geometric configuration used for various heights of tall structure. Geometric configurations and grid geometrics of diagrid structure depends on the heights and angle of the diagrids. Joints of diagrid structure are more complicated than conventional structure therefore Construction of diagrid structure is complicated than conventional structure. In early days tall buildings have importance due to its architectural view and diagrid structure have better architectural view as well as good structural stability. In recent forms in tall structure have complex shapes like tapered, twisted and tilted. This paper includes required data, model, Earthquake and Wind analysis of Braced Tube Structure and diagrid structure with Circular, Square and Rectangular plan. Then by keeping same plan area and structural data for circular, square and rectangular plan, Earthquake and Wind analysis result of both Braced Tube and Diagrid Structures is carried out and by comparing the braced tube structures results and diagrid structures results conclusions drawn from the present investigation.

Keywords

Diagrid steel-frame Structural design Structural robustness Sustainability Tall buildings 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Chittaranjan Nayak
    • 1
    Email author
  • Snehal Walke
    • 1
  • Suraj Kokare
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Civil EngineeringVPKBIETBaramatiIndia

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