Analysis about Planning and Modification of the Upper and Lower Structures of the 38 Floor Apartment SkyHouse Project with Equivalent Static Analysis

  • Agus Fernando Faculty of Engineering, Mercu Buana Univeristy Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Syahwandi Research Center of the SkyHouse AlamSutera Project Tangerang, Indonesia
  • Resi Aseanto Faculty of Engineering, Mercu Buana University, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Agung Sumarno Research Center of the SkyHouse AlamSutera Project Tangerang, Indonesia
Keywords: Static Analysis, Dynamic Analysis, SAP2000 v2, SNI 1726-2012

Abstract

Abstract

The modeled building structure is a regular building, with the number of levels being varied. The structural model is divided into 38-level portals. This research uses the help of the SAP2000 v21 program to facilitate the earthquake analysis process. The results of the study that will be compared are displacements between levels and base shear that occur due to earthquake forces. The results of the analysis have shown that static analysis produces greater results for the structural models compared to dynamic analysis. The difference in displacement between levels produced by the two methods in the three structural models is still included in the displacement limits between levels of permission required in SNI 1726-2012, so that the three models can still be analyzed by static analysis and dynamic analysis. Because the results of displacement and base shear in static analysis are greater than dynamic analysis, static analysis is safer if used for earthquake force loading in general structural calculations. Although in earthquake analysis, dynamic analysis is a more accurate analysis because the analysis process is closer to the actual situation.

Published
2022-01-31
How to Cite
Fernando, A., Syahwandi, Aseanto , R., & Sumarno, A. (2022). Analysis about Planning and Modification of the Upper and Lower Structures of the 38 Floor Apartment SkyHouse Project with Equivalent Static Analysis. Neutron, 21(2), 80-96. https://doi.org/10.29138/neutron.v21i02.139
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