Failure Analysis and Design of Workshop Building Considering Earth Quake and Wind Pressure

  • Rupesh Kumar Sahu
  • Dr. Manoj Kumar Rath
Keywords: Earthquake, STAAD.Pro, Steel Structure, Wind Pressure


Steel is one of the most widely used material for building construction in the world .The inherent strength, toughness and high ductility of steel are characteristics that are ideal for seismic design .This paper presents design and analysis of a steel structure (Workshop building ) considering Earthquake and Wind pressure. Beams and columns of the structure are designed and analyzed up to failure condition by increasing Earthquake, Wind load and live load. Now a day large number of application software’s are available in the civil engineering field. All these software’s are developed as the basis of advanced. The seismic analysis & design of multistory steel building is carried out using Software Computer Aided Design i.e., (STAAD Pro.).


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How to Cite
Rupesh Kumar Sahu, & Dr. Manoj Kumar Rath. (2018). Failure Analysis and Design of Workshop Building Considering Earth Quake and Wind Pressure. International Journal of Engineering and Management Research, 8(1), 30-34. Retrieved from