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Non-linear Static Push-over Analysis

 

The static pushover analysis is becoming a popular tool for seismic performance evaluation of existing and new structures. The expectation is that the pushover analysis will provide adequate information on seismic demands imposed by the design ground motion on the structural system and its components. The purpose of the paper is to summarize the basic concepts on which the pushover analysis can be based, assess the accuracy of pushover predictions, identify conditions under which the pushover will provide adequate information and, perhaps more importantly, identify cases in which the pushover predictions will be inadequate or even misleading.

Necessity of Non-Linear Static Pushover Analysis (NLSA)

 

The existing building can become seismically deficient since seismic design code requirements are constantly upgraded and advancement in engineering knowledge. Further, Indian buildings built over past two decades are seismically deficient because of lack of awareness regarding seismic behaviour of structures. The widespread damage especially to RC buildings during earthquakes exposed the construction practices being adopted around the world, and generated a great demand for seismic evaluation and retrofitting of existing building stocks.

What is Non-Linear Static Push-over Analysis?

 

 



Introduction to Non-Linear Static Push-over Analysis

What is Non-Linear Static Push-over Analysis?

Purpose of Push-over Analysis

Target Displacement

Non-Linear Static Analysis for Buildings

Case Study of Non-Linear Static Analysis using SAP2000

Limitations of Non-Linear Static Push-over Analysis

Conclusion & References