Research Articles | Challenge Journal of Structural Mechanics

Evaluation of performance-based earthquake engineering in Yemen

Sulaiman Al-Safi, Ibrahim Abdullah Alameri, Rushdi A. M. Badhib, Mahmoud Kuleib


DOI: https://doi.org/10.20528/cjsmec.2020.01.002

Abstract


Building codes follow a common concept in designing buildings to achieve an acceptable seismic performance. The objective underlying the concept is to ensure that the buildings should be able to resist minor earthquake without damage, resist moderate earthquake with some non-structural damage, and resist major earthquakes without collapse, but some structural as well as non-structural damage. This study aims to evaluate the performance-based seismic to come up with necessary recommendations for both future practices, essential review, and restoration of existing structures in Yemen. To do this real case studies incorporated, and nonlinear pushover analysis is carried out. The analysis results presented and then assessed to find out the conformity with the required performance. The structural sections assumed at the beginning of the design, then the design repeated many times to achieve the selected performance criteria (the plastic hinge properties and the maximum displacement).


Keywords


performance-based design; earthquake; pushover analysis; buildings; Yemen

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