### Pre-requisite(s)

Plain & Reinforced Concrete-II (CE-3453)

### Recommended Book(s)

Earthquake Resistant Design And Risk Reduction, David Dowrick,Latest Edition

Building Code Of Pakistan (2007)

### Reference Book(s)

ACI Manual (2008)

Dynamics Of Structures: Theory And Applications To Earthquake Engineering, Anil K Chopra,  Latest Edition

## COURSE OBJECTIVES

1. To understand basic concepts of earthquake-resistant design.

2. To develop skills for computer aided design of earthquake-resistant design of concrete structures.

## COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLO)

CLO:1 Understand the basic concepts of earthquake-resistant design.

CLO:2 Have skills for computer aided design of earthquake-resistant design of concrete structures.

## COURSE CONTENTS

### Introduction

• Introduction to earthquake engineering (basic concepts only from design point of view)
• Base shear numerical

### Super Structure Analysis And Design Using ETABS

• Background: Concepts of architectural drawings; coordinate / grid system; structural layout of beams, columns and shear walls (if any); earthquake- resistant design
• ETABS introduction; grids layout; material properties; member sizes, modifiers and other details
• Geometry layout (beams, columns, shear walls, slabs); replication (linear, mirror, story); supports
• Factored load combinations (considering eccentricities in all directions and using all code clauses)
• Applying basic loads (point, uniformly distributed, varying lateral and area loads)
• Checking model errors; analysis options; model analysis
• Evaluation of analysis; performing concrete design
• Extracting column design
• Extracting beam design
• Extracting shear wall design
• Extracting slab design

### Sub Structure Analysis And Design Using SAFE

• Concepts of allowable bearing capacity (net, gross and effective); examples
• Exporting ETABS file for SAFE foundation model; Importing ETABS data/analysis; material and soil properties; foundation type and thickness; applying additional loads (if required)
• Preliminary foundation layout
• Factored load combinations (considering eccentricities in all directions and using all code clauses)
• Evaluation of analysis and design; checking bearing pressures and satisfying foundation sizes
• Extracting foundation design

## MAPPING OF CLOs TO PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES

 CLO’s CLO-1 (Basic Concept) CLO-2 (Computer Aided Design) PLO’s PLO-1 (Engineering Knowledge) √ PLO-2 (Problem Analysis) PLO-3 (Design/Development of Solutions) √ PLO-4 (Investigation) PLO-5 (Modern Tool Usage) √ PLO-6 (The Engineer and Society) PLO-7 (Environment and Sustainability) PLO-8 (Ethics) PLO-9 (Individual and Team work) PLO-10 (Communication) PLO-11 (Project Management) PLO-12 (Lifelong Learning)

## MAPPING OF CLOs TO ASSESSMENT MODULES

 CLOs CLO-1 (Basic Concept) CLO-2 (Computer Aided Design) Assessment Modules Assignments (20-25%) √ √ Quizzes (15-20%) √ √ Midterm Exam (20%) √ Final Exam (40-45%) √ √