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JCR. 2020; 7(19): 1688-1695


COMPUTER MODELLING OF TALLSTEEL COMPOSITE STRUCTURES AGAINST WIND LOADS USING NEURAL NETWORK

Bhupinder Kaur Srao, DrHardeep Singh Rai, Kulwinder Singh Mann.

Abstract
CAD is a computer aided building modulation toolwhich is being used byarchitects, engineer and contractors (AEC) to create and view 2D and 3D models. There has been found a reasonable growth across interdisciplinary streams such as AEC industry. The world is experiencing a population growth day by day which leads to more demand for human facilities. The design of a civil engineering structure has to fulfil mainly three requirements: resilience, serviceable and safety to inhabitants[1]. To meet the above criteria an accurate analysis of wind load is required for the design and construction of structures. Tall buildings, high rise buildings, multi-storeyed buildings, long span, cable-stayed and suspension bridges are more vulnerable to wind load because of their height, shape and weight. Henceforth, the key issues for the designers is to make sure the stability and safety of the structures. In past, wind tunnel tests were being conducted and their results have being used by the engineers to understand the response of wind load on bridges before predicting the analysis and design[3]. Eventually, this type of research involved more time and cost as 6 to 8 weeks are required to carry out a distinctive wind tunnel test. In recent years, with the development of computer technology and advancement in technique has set up an approach of computer modelling, analysis and design of tall structures against wind loads.

Key words: BIM, IFC, Neural Network, High rise Buildings, Bounding box



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