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STAAD SPACE

START JOB INFORMATION


ENGINEER DATE 22-Jun-05
END JOB INFORMATION
INPUT WIDTH 79
UNIT FEET KIP
JOINT COORDINATES
1 0 0 0; 2 0 10 0; 3 10 10 0; 4 10 0 0; 5 0 0 10; 6 0 10 10; 7 10 10 10;
8 10 0 10; 9 0 0 20; 10 0 10 20; 11 10 10 20; 12 10 0 20; 13 20 10 0;
14 20 0 0; 15 20 10 10; 16 20 0 10; 17 20 10 20; 18 20 0 20; 19 30 10 0;
20 30 0 0; 21 30 10 10; 22 30 0 10; 23 30 10 20; 24 30 0 20; 25 40 10 0;
26 40 0 0; 27 40 10 10; 28 40 0 10; 29 40 10 20; 30 40 0 20; 31 0 20 0;
32 10 20 0; 33 0 20 10; 34 10 20 10; 35 0 20 20; 36 10 20 20; 37 20 20 0;
38 20 20 10; 39 20 20 20; 40 30 20 0; 41 30 20 10; 42 30 20 20; 43 40 20 0;
44 40 20 10; 45 40 20 20; 46 0 30 0; 47 10 30 0; 48 0 30 10; 49 10 30 10;
50 0 30 20; 51 10 30 20; 52 20 30 0; 53 20 30 10; 54 20 30 20; 55 30 30 0;
56 30 30 10; 57 30 30 20; 58 40 30 0; 59 40 30 10; 60 40 30 20; 61 0 40 0;
62 10 40 0; 63 0 40 10; 64 10 40 10; 65 0 40 20; 66 10 40 20; 67 20 40 0;
68 20 40 10; 69 20 40 20; 70 30 40 0; 71 30 40 10; 72 30 40 20; 73 40 40 0;
74 40 40 10; 75 40 40 20; 76 0 50 0; 77 10 50 0; 78 0 50 10; 79 10 50 10;
80 0 50 20; 81 10 50 20; 82 20 50 0; 83 20 50 10; 84 20 50 20; 85 30 50 0;
86 30 50 10; 87 30 50 20; 88 40 50 0; 89 40 50 10; 90 40 50 20; 91 0 60 0;
92 10 60 0; 93 0 60 10; 94 10 60 10; 95 0 60 20; 96 10 60 20; 97 20 60 0;
98 20 60 10; 99 20 60 20; 100 30 60 0; 101 30 60 10; 102 30 60 20; 103 40 60 0;
104 40 60 10; 105 40 60 20; 106 0 70 0; 107 10 70 0; 108 0 70 10; 109 10 70 10;
110 0 70 20; 111 10 70 20; 112 20 70 0; 113 20 70 10; 114 20 70 20;
115 30 70 0; 116 30 70 10; 117 30 70 20; 118 40 70 0; 119 40 70 10;
120 40 70 20; 121 0 80 0; 122 10 80 0; 123 0 80 10; 124 10 80 10; 125 0 80 20;
126 10 80 20; 127 20 80 0; 128 20 80 10; 129 20 80 20; 130 30 80 0;
131 30 80 10; 132 30 80 20; 133 40 80 0; 134 40 80 10; 135 40 80 20;
MEMBER INCIDENCES
1 1 2; 2 2 3; 3 3 4; 4 2 6; 5 3 7; 6 5 6; 7 6 7; 8 7 8; 9 6 10; 10 7 11;
11 9 10; 12 10 11; 13 11 12; 14 3 13; 15 13 14; 16 13 15; 17 7 15; 18 15 16;
19 15 17; 20 11 17; 21 17 18; 22 13 19; 23 19 20; 24 19 21; 25 15 21; 26 21 22;
27 21 23; 28 17 23; 29 23 24; 30 19 25; 31 25 26; 32 25 27; 33 21 27; 34 27 28;
35 27 29; 36 23 29; 37 29 30; 38 2 31; 39 31 32; 40 32 3; 41 31 33; 42 32 34;
43 6 33; 44 33 34; 45 34 7; 46 33 35; 47 34 36; 48 10 35; 49 35 36; 50 36 11;
51 32 37; 52 37 13; 53 37 38; 54 34 38; 55 38 15; 56 38 39; 57 36 39; 58 39 17;
59 37 40; 60 40 19; 61 40 41; 62 38 41; 63 41 21; 64 41 42; 65 39 42; 66 42 23;
67 40 43; 68 43 25; 69 43 44; 70 41 44; 71 44 27; 72 44 45; 73 42 45; 74 45 29;
75 31 46; 76 46 47; 77 47 32; 78 46 48; 79 47 49; 80 33 48; 81 48 49; 82 49 34;
83 48 50; 84 49 51; 85 35 50; 86 50 51; 87 51 36; 88 47 52; 89 52 37; 90 52 53;
91 49 53; 92 53 38; 93 53 54; 94 51 54; 95 54 39; 96 52 55; 97 55 40; 98 55 56;
99 53 56; 100 56 41; 101 56 57; 102 54 57; 103 57 42; 104 55 58; 105 58 43;
106 58 59; 107 56 59; 108 59 44; 109 59 60; 110 57 60; 111 60 45; 112 46 61;
113 61 62; 114 62 47; 115 61 63; 116 62 64; 117 48 63; 118 63 64; 119 64 49;

120 63 65; 121 64 66; 122 50 65; 123 65 66; 124 66 51; 125 62 67; 126 67 52;
127 67 68; 128 64 68; 129 68 53; 130 68 69; 131 66 69; 132 69 54; 133 67 70;
134 70 55; 135 70 71; 136 68 71; 137 71 56; 138 71 72; 139 69 72; 140 72 57;
141 70 73; 142 73 58; 143 73 74; 144 71 74; 145 74 59; 146 74 75; 147 72 75;
148 75 60; 149 61 76; 150 76 77; 151 77 62; 152 76 78; 153 77 79; 154 63 78;
155 78 79; 156 79 64; 157 78 80; 158 79 81; 159 65 80; 160 80 81; 161 81 66;
162 77 82; 163 82 67; 164 82 83; 165 79 83; 166 83 68; 167 83 84; 168 81 84;
169 84 69; 170 82 85; 171 85 70; 172 85 86; 173 83 86; 174 86 71; 175 86 87;
176 84 87; 177 87 72; 178 85 88; 179 88 73; 180 88 89; 181 86 89; 182 89 74;
183 89 90; 184 87 90; 185 90 75; 186 76 91; 187 91 92; 188 92 77; 189 91 93;
190 92 94; 191 78 93; 192 93 94; 193 94 79; 194 93 95; 195 94 96; 196 80 95;
197 95 96; 198 96 81; 199 92 97; 200 97 82; 201 97 98; 202 94 98; 203 98 83;
204 98 99; 205 96 99; 206 99 84; 207 97 100; 208 100 85; 209 100 101;
210 98 101; 211 101 86; 212 101 102; 213 99 102; 214 102 87; 215 100 103;
216 103 88; 217 103 104; 218 101 104; 219 104 89; 220 104 105; 221 102 105;
222 105 90; 223 91 106; 224 106 107; 225 107 92; 226 106 108; 227 107 109;
228 93 108; 229 108 109; 230 109 94; 231 108 110; 232 109 111; 233 95 110;
234 110 111; 235 111 96; 236 107 112; 237 112 97; 238 112 113; 239 109 113;
240 113 98; 241 113 114; 242 111 114; 243 114 99; 244 112 115; 245 115 100;
246 115 116; 247 113 116; 248 116 101; 249 116 117; 250 114 117; 251 117 102;
252 115 118; 253 118 103; 254 118 119; 255 116 119; 256 119 104; 257 119 120;
258 117 120; 259 120 105; 260 106 121; 261 121 122; 262 122 107; 263 121 123;
264 122 124; 265 108 123; 266 123 124; 267 124 109; 268 123 125; 269 124 126;
270 110 125; 271 125 126; 272 126 111; 273 122 127; 274 127 112; 275 127 128;
276 124 128; 277 128 113; 278 128 129; 279 126 129; 280 129 114; 281 127 130;
282 130 115; 283 130 131; 284 128 131; 285 131 116; 286 131 132; 287 129 132;
288 132 117; 289 130 133; 290 133 118; 291 133 134; 292 131 134; 293 134 119;
294 134 135; 295 132 135; 296 135 120;
DEFINE MATERIAL START
ISOTROPIC STEEL
E 4.176e+006
POISSON 0.3
DENSITY 0.489024
ALPHA 6.5e-006
DAMP 0.03
END DEFINE MATERIAL
CONSTANTS
MATERIAL STEEL MEMB 1 TO 296
MEMBER PROPERTY AMERICAN
1 3 6 8 11 13 15 18 21 23 26 29 31 34 37 38 40 43 45 48 50 52 55 58 60 63 66 68 71 74 75 77 80 82 85 87 89 92 95 97 100 103 105 108 111 112 114 117 119 122 124 126 129 132 134 137 140 142 145 148 149 151 154 156 159 161 163 166 169 171 174 177 179 182 185 186 188 191 193 196 198 200 203 206 208 211 214 216 219 222 223 225 228 230 233 235 237 240 243 245 248 251 253 256 259 260 262 265 267 270 272 274 277 280 282 285 288 290 293 296 TABLE ST W12X120

2 7 12 14 17 20 22 25 28 30 33 36 39 44 49 51 54 57 59 62 65 67 70 73 76 81 86 88 91 94 96 99 102 104 107 110 113 118 123 125 128 131 133 136 139 141 144 147 150 155 160 162 165 168 170 173 176 178 181 184 187 192 197 199 202 205 207 210 213 215 218 221 224 229 234 236 239 242 244 247 250 252 255 258 261 266 271 273 276 279 281 284 287 289 292 295 TABLE ST W10X60
4 5 9 10 16 19 24 27 32 35 41 42 46 47 53 56 61 64 69 72 78 79 83 84 90 93 98 101 106 109 115 116 120 121 127 130 135 138 143 146 152 153 157 158 164 167 172 175 180 183 189 190 194 195 201 204 209 212 217 220 226 227 231 232 238 241 246 249 254 257 263 264 268 269 275 278 283 286 291 294 TABLE ST W8X15
SUPPORTS
1 4 5 8 9 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 FIXED
UNIT INCHES KIP
DEFINE PUSHOVER DATA
FRAME 2
FYE 36 ALL
GNONL 1
DISP Z 10.0 JOINT 128
LDSTEP 50
SPECTRUM PARAMETERS
DAMPING 5.0
SC 1
SS 1
S1 1
END PUSHOVER DATA
LOAD 1 LOADTYPE GRAVITY
SELFWEIGHT Y -1
PERFORM PUSHOVER ANALYSIS
FINISH
Purpose of Pushover Analysis

It is expected that most buildings rehabilitated in accordance with a standard, would perform
within the desired levels when subjected to the design earthquakes. Structures designed
according to the existing seismic codes provide minimum safety to preserve life and in a major
earthquake, they assure at least gravity-load-bearing elements of non-essential facilities will still
function and provide some margin of safety. However, compliance with the standard does not
guarantee such performance. They typically do not address performance of non-structural
components neither provide differences in performance between different structural systems.
This is because it cannot accurately estimate the inelastic strength and deformation of each
member due to linear elastic analysis. Although an elastic analysis gives a good indication of
elastic capacity of structures and indicates where first yielding will occur, it cannot predict
failure mechanisms and account for redistribution of forces during progressive yielding.

To overcome this disadvantages different nonlinear static analysis method is used to estimate the
inelastic seismic performance of structures, and as the result, the structural safety can be secured
against an earthquake. Inelastic analysis procedures help demonstrate how buildings really work
by identifying modes of failure and the potential for progressive collapse. The use of inelastic
procedures for design and evaluation helps engineers to understand how structures will behave
when subjected to major earthquakes, where it is assumed that the elastic capacity of the
structure will be exceeded. This resolves some of the uncertainaties associated with code and
elastic procedures. The overall capacity of a structure depends on the strength and deformation
capacities of the individual components of the structure. In order to determine capacities beyond the elastic
limit some form of nonlinear analysis, like Pushover Analysis, is required.