A Comparative Study on Alternative Structural Systems of Twisting Tall Buildings



A comparative study on alternative structural system layouts of twisted tall buildings
Taşkın, Gökçe Nihan; Ay, Bekir Özer; Department of Building Science in Architecture (2019)
Tall buildings are seen as icons in their environment and they have a strong impact on the silhouette of the cities. The form of a tall building is critical to define an iconic expression and control their impact on the city silhouette in an aesthetically desired way. In this respect, designers are searching for diversity and uniqueness in the form of tall buildings. Twisted forms are one of the answers for this quest. However, the inherent complexity of twisted tall buildings can pose adverse design featur...
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Chevron braced steel frames require large beams to redistribute the unbalanced vertical forces exerted on the beams after brace buckling. A new frame configuration similar to chevron brace was proposed in literature, where zipper columns were attached between mid-spans of the beams from second to top story. During severe ground motion, the unbalanced vertical forces caused by buckling of lower story braces are in this case redistributed to the upper story braces by these zipper columns. Consequently, all st...
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Dursun, Süleyman Eren; Kurç, Özgür; Sucuoğlu, Haluk; Department of Civil Engineering (2018)
The need for tall buildings increases day by day because of many reasons such as increase in population. Representing the behavior of tall buildings under seismic loads is a complicated problem. Thus, in structural engineering, performance based analysis and design approach is generally used for tall buildings which may require nonlinear analysis of buildings. In such an analysis, however, modeling of structural walls has several challenges especially for the ones with irregular cross sections. Therefore, t...
Citation Formats
G. N. Taşkın and B. Ö. Ay, “A Comparative Study on Alternative Structural Systems of Twisting Tall Buildings,” 2019, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/86771.