Progressive collapse of irregular steel frames under near fault earthquakes

Esmaeil Asadzadeh

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Progressive collapse of irregular 12 story steel structure is numerically investigated under near-fault earthquake. 3D model is created in SAP2000 and linear dynamic analysis is carried out. An investigation made to check the applicability of GSA guidelines as an index for the steel structures designed according to the Iranian building code.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1000/ijses.v0i0.167

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