Title Research for Earthquake Response of New Construction Traditional Wooden Structures using Shear Wall filled by Cement Brick
Authors 황종국(Hwang, Jong-Kook) ; 권양희(Kwon, Yang-Hee)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2020.36.10.141
Page pp.141-150
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Traditional wooden structure; Earthquake; Shear wall; Resistance Capacity; Brick; Performance Point; Capacity Curve
Abstract This study was conducted with the aim of verifying the earthquake resistance capacity when cement bricks were used on divided traditional wooden walls. The nonlinear spectral displacement was calculated to determine the seismic stability of new traditional houses. Spectral displacement response was calculated by applying the capacity spectrum. The new traditional houses were selected in two types, small and large, among the standard Gyeongsangbuk-do drawings. Capacity curves for each X and Y direction were obtained. The hysteresis curve was simplified into two straight lines, divided into the initial elastic part and the fully plastic part. The table of resistance moment that can be used in the design of traditional wooden structures was calculated. The seismic resistance capacity analysis was performed. Response spectra for seismic design were calculated in accordance with Korean Building Code and Commentary (KBC 2016). The effective ground acceleration and ground amplification factors were calculated according to the conditions applied to the traditional wooden structure based on small-scale structural standard. In sample model, it was concluded that the drift ratio of 1.39% and 1.34% in the X direction were maintained.