TITLE

Non-linear finite element analysis for prediction of seismic response of buildings considering soil-structure interaction

AUTHOR(S)
Çelebi, E.; Göktepe, F.; Karahan, N.
PUB. DATE
November 2012
SOURCE
Natural Hazards & Earth System Sciences;2012, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p3495
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The objective of this paper focuses primarily on the numerical approach based on two-dimensional (2-D) fi- nite element method for analysis of the seismic response of infinite soil-structure interaction (SSI) system. This study is performed by a series of different scenarios that involved comprehensive parametric analyses including the effects of realistic material properties of the underlying soil on the structural response quantities. Viscous artificial boundaries, simulating the process of wave transmission along the truncated interface of the semi-infinite space, are adopted in the non-linear finite element formulation in the time domain along with Newmark's integration. The slenderness ratio of the superstructure and the local soil conditions as well as the characteristics of input excitations are important parameters for the numerical simulation in this research. The mechanical behavior of the underlying soil medium considered in this prediction model is simulated by an undrained elastoplastic Mohr-Coulomb model under plane-strain conditions. To emphasize the important findings of this type of problems to civil engineers, systematic calculations with different controlling parameters are accomplished to evaluate directly the structural response of the vibrating soil-structure system. When the underlying soil becomes stiffer, the frequency content of the seismic motion has a major role in altering the seismic response. The sudden increase of the dynamic response is more pronounced for resonance case, when the frequency content of the seismic ground motion is close to that of the SSI system. The SSI effects under different seismic inputs are different for all considered soil conditions and structural types.
ACCESSION #
84015058

 

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