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Title: Pseudostatic Analysis of a Coupled Building-Foundation-Slope System for Seismic and Gravity Actions
Authors: Raj D.
Singh Y.
Shehata H.F.
Santillan D.Y.
Shehata M.F.
Published in: Proceedings of Geotechnical Special Publication
Abstract: This paper studies the seismic response of buildings located on slopes, taking into account the coupled behavior of building, foundation and slope. Two representative building-foundation systems on two different slopes are considered and response under gravity and seismic actions is compared with 'flat ground' and 'fixed at base' conditions. Nonlinear 2D finite element analysis using ABAQUS is performed. The effects of interaction between building, foundation and slope on the position of the sliding surface, foundation settlement, vertical and lateral displacement of the building, and bending moments and shear forces in superstructure columns and beams are explored. It is observed that the interaction has significant effect not only on the slope stability but also on the building response. The effect of foundation-soil is much larger in case of buildings on slopes, than the buildings on flat terrain. © ASCE.
Citation: Proceedings of Geotechnical Special Publication, (2016), 99- 107
URI: https://doi.org/10.1061/9780784480106.013
http://repository.iitr.ac.in/handle/123456789/18831
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
Keywords: ABAQUS
Foundations
Seismic response
Shear flow
Slope stability
2D finite element analysis
Building foundations
Different slopes
Foundation settlement
Foundation soils
Lateral displacements
Pseudo-static analysis
Superstructure columns
Buildings
ISBN: 9780784480106
ISSN: 8950563
Author Scopus IDs: 57190765838
36101951700
Author Affiliations: Raj, D., Dept. of Earthquake Engineering, IIT Roorkee, India
Singh, Y., Dept. of Earthquake Engineering, IIT Roorkee, India
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