Seismic Analysis Of High-Rise Building Using Tuned Liquid Damper

  • Ms. Anusha P Gowda, Shylaja N, Ayesha Khatoon Sindgi


Current patterns in development industry requests taller and lighter structures, which are likewise progressively adaptable and having very low damping worth. This builds disappointment potential outcomes and furthermore issues from usefulness perspective. Presently a-days a few procedures are accessible to limit the vibration of the structure, out of the few methods accessible for vibration control, idea of utilizing TLD is a more up to date one. This study means to consider the feasibility of Tuned Liquid Dampers (TLD) in decreasing the seismic vibration of a structure when it is exposed to horizontal excitation. TLD is a water bound compartment, or essentially a water tank, which utilizes the sloshing vitality of water to diminish the dynamic reaction of a structure when it is exposed to excitation. In this investigation, a technique for design TLD for a structure has been recommended and a strategy has been proposed to demonstrate the TLD in ETABS 2018 software. At that point, numerous investigations have been done to break down the impact of various parameters of TLD which may influence its presentation. Examinations are directed with shifting mass ratio, depth ratio, Different types of soil, Seismic zones of India. It is analyzed by response spectrum dependent on maximum base shear, maximum displacement of top story and maximum story drift. With reference to the outcomes from these examinations, ends are inferred and suggestions are given for an ideal design of TLD.