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Is 1893 Part 3 2002.pdf


.3.2 (Part 4) – Criteria for Earthquake Resistant Design of Buildings The definitions given in 3 of IS 1893 (Part 1): 2002 shall be.3. In a separate booklet, the general provisions of structural design shall be given separately. 3. The symbols and acronyms mentioned in the above tables shall be used in the same sense wherever they appear . IS – 1893 – part. . In this document, the term building is used to refer to structures as a whole . The building is an assembly of independent structural units that are separately constructed and joined together. A building is usually of a permanent type. In this context, a building is a structure from which materials and components can be removed without any substantial damage to its basic structure and internal functions. Such a structure would be expected to withstand the effects of earthquakes for a certain period of time after the earthquake. The main structural units of a building may be considered as columns, beams, slabs, architraves, and other members. A building which is to be constructed of concrete shall be strengthened by placement of tie rods, expansion joints, and stirrups. The terms structural elements, structural elements, supporting members and bearing members are used in the same sense as defined in IS:1893(Part 1): 2002. A structural element is any component of a building which is used in structural design. Supporting members and bearing members are provided by the structural elements for the purpose of supporting and bearing loads applied to these. To control the forces developed in the supporting members and bearing members, the structural elements shall be provided with one or more bracing systems. The structural elements shall be designed to be interconnected as specified in IS:1893(Part 1): 2002. 3.1.1 Seismic Zone. The earthquake zone is a geographical area within which the maximum expected intensity of an earthquake is such that it may have a serious damaging effect on buildings, structures and the public in general and, hence, it should be considered during the design and construction of the structures. This zone varies with different location and regions. A number of national and international standards have been developed for seismic zone determination. In India, for determining the seismic zone the definitions given in IS:1893(Part 1): 2002 shall be used. In this standard, the seismic zone is determined as given below. The symbols and acronyms mentioned in the above



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Is 1893 Part 3 2002.pdf


In the fifth revision brought out in 2002, with. [1] • Of Structures. • Draft. : Volume 5. : : Compiled by SK Jain. : - October 25, 2010. 1894 4a) Seismic zone factors are the same as included in IS 1893 (Part 1) : 2002,   IS 1893 (Part 1) : 2002. Indian Standard. CRITERIA FOR EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT. DESIGN OF STRUCTURES. PART 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS AND BUILDINGS. 4 TERMINOLOGY FOR EARTHQUAKE 3.11 Effective Peak Ground Acceleration ( EPGA ) [2] • Seismic zone factors are the same as included in IS 1893 (Part 1) : 2002,. • Of Structures. • Draft. : Volume 5. : : Compiled by SK Jain. : - October 25, 2010. 3 TERMINOLOGY FOR EARTHQUAKE 3.11 Effective Peak Ground Acceleration ( EPGA ) [3] • Of Structures. • Draft. : Volume 5. : : Compiled by SK Jain. : - October 25, 2010. IS 1893 (Part 1) : 2002, CRITERIA FOR EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT. DESIGN OF STRUCTURES. PART 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS AND BUILDINGS. DRAFT. IS : 1893 – 2002: Criteria For Earthquake Design. Of Structures. [1] • Of Structures. • Draft. : Volume 5. : : Compiled by SK Jain. : - October 25, 2010. 3 TERMINOLOGY FOR EARTHQUAKE 3.11 Effective Peak Ground Acceleration ( EPGA ) [2] • Of Structures. • Draft. : Volume 5. : : Compiled by SK Jain. :









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