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Technical Reference

5.32.10.1.1 Response Spectrum Specification in Conjunction with

the Indian IS: 1893 (Part 1)-2002 Code for Dynamic Analysis

Methodology

The design lateral shear force at each floor in each mode is computed by STAAD in accordance with

the Indian IS: 1893 (Part 1)-2002 equations 7.8.4.5c and 7.8.4.5d.

Note: All symbols and notations in the above equation are as per IS: 1893(Part 1)-2002.

STAAD utilizes the following procedure to generate the lateral seismic loads.

1. User provides the value for

as factors for input spectrum

2. Program calculates time periods for first six modes or as specified by the user.

3. Program calculates Sa/g for each mode utilizing time period and damping for each mode.

4. The program calculates design horizontal acceleration spectrum Ak for different modes.

5. The program then calculates mode participation factor for different modes.

6. The peak lateral seismic force at each floor in each mode is calculated.

7. All response quantities for each mode are calculated.

8. The peak response quantities are then combined as per method (CQC or SRSS or ABS or TEN or

CSM) as defined by the user to get the final results.

The data in the first line above must be on the first line of the command, the second line of data can

be on the first or subsequent lines with all but last ending with a hyphen (limit of 3 lines ). The last

line (Soil Type parameter) must be in a separate line.

where,

Method = SRSS or CQC or ABS or CSM or TEN

SRSS , CQC, ABS, CSM and TEN are methods of combining the responses from each mode into a

total response. SRSS stands for square root of summation of squares, CQC for complete quadratic

combination and ABS for Absolute method. CSM is a closely-spaced modes grouping method where

the peak response quantities for closely spaced modes (considered to be within 10 percent of each

other) are combined by Absolute method. This peak response quantity for closely spaced modes is

then combined with those of widely spaced modes by SRSS method. TEN PERCENT method

combines modal responses as published in US Nuclear Regulatory Guide 1.92 Revision 1 of

February 1976.

Note : CQC, SRSS and CSM Grouping methods are recommended by IS:1893 (Part 1) 2002.

If SRSS is given, the program will internally check whether there are any closely spaced modes

or not. If it finds any such modes, it will switch over to the CSM method. In the CSM method,

the program will check whether all modes are closely spaced or not. If all modes are closely

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1893 indicates the analysis as per IS:1893(Part 1)-2002 procedures.

TOR indicates that the torsional moment (in the horizontal plane) arising due to eccentricity between

the centre of mass and centre of rigidity needs to be considered. If TOR is entered on any one

spectrum case it will be used for all spectrum cases.

X Y Z f1, f2, f3 are the factors for the input spectrum to be applied in X, Y, & Z directions. These

must be entered as the product of

provided will default to zero.

SCALE f4 = Scale factor by which design horizontal acceleration spectrum will be multiplied. This

factor signifies that the structures and foundations, at which level base shear will be calculated, are

placed below the ground level. Default value is 1.0.

DAMP , MDAMP and CDAMP. Select source of damping input.

f5 = Damping ratio for all modes. Default value is 0.05 (5% damping if 0 or blank entered).

DAMP indicates to use the f5 value for all modes.

MDAMP indicates to use the damping entered or computed with the DEFINE DAMP command if

entered, otherwise default value of 0.05 will be used.

CDAMP is the composite damping of the structure calculated for each mode. One must specify

damping for different materials under CONSTANT specification.

MIS f6 = Use Missing Mass method. The static effect of the masses not represented in the modes is

included. The spectral acceleration for this missing mass mode is the f6 value entered in length/sec2

(this value is not multiplied by SCALE). If f6 is zero, then the spectral acceleration at the ZPA f7

frequency is used. If f7 is zero or not entered, the spectral acceleration at 33Hz (Zero Period

Acceleration, ZPA) is used. The results of this calculation are SRSSed with the modal combination

results. If the MIS parameter is entered on any spectrum case it will be used for all spectrum cases.

ZPA f7 = For use with MIS option only. Defaults to 33 Hz if not entered. Value is printed but not

used if MIS f6 is entered.

SOIL TYPE f8 = the types of soil. f8 is 1 for rocky or hard soil, 2 for medium soil and 3 for soft

soil sites. Depending upon time period, types of soil and damping, average response acceleration

coefficient, Sa/g is calculated.

Notes:

1. The design base shear VB (calculated from the Response Spectrum method) is compared with the

base shear Vb (calculated by empirical formula for the fundamental time period). If VB is less than

Vb, all of the response quantities are multiplied by Vb /VB as per Clause 7.8.2. To have STAAD

compute the empirical base shear Vb, please enter the data described in Section 5.31.2.5 and

place that data before the first load case in the STAAD input. STAAD does not calculate the

fundamental frequency of the structure needed for the empirical base shear V . calculation; so you

b

must enter either the ST parameter or the PX and PZ parameters in the Section 5.31.2.5

DEFINE 1893 LOAD data.

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2. The following interpolation formula is adopted for interpolation between damping values as given

in Table 3.

Interpolation and/or extrapolation of ground response acceleration for a particular mode has been

made for determining the spectrum ordinates corresponding to the modal damping value for use in

Response Spectrum analysis. The relationship that shall be used for this purpose is defined by :

Sa =

where,

Sa = Spectrum ordinate

= damping ratio

A, B = Constants

The constants A and B are determined using two known spectrum ordinates Sa1 & Sa2

corresponding to damping ratios x1 and x2 respectively for a particular time period and are as

follows :

3. The storey drift in any storey shall not exceed 0.004 times the storey height as per Clause 7.11.1.

To check this, the following command should be given after the analysis command.

PRINT STOREY DRIFT

A warning message will be printed if storey drift exceeds this limitation. If any soft storey (as per

definition in Table 5 of IS:1893-2002) is detected, a warning message will be printed in the output.

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