FRAMED STRUCTURE. ID-2125 Marianela Najul KARLYS PULIDO 0911007 PARICIA CAMACHO 06-39298. topics. Introduction Definition Behaviour earthquakes Advantages and disadvantages Framed structures with different materials - Concrete - Wood - Steel Conclusion. introduction.
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KARLYS PULIDO 0911007
A framed structure in any material is one that is made stable by a skeleton that is able to stand by itself as a rigid structure without depending on floors or walls to resist deformation. Materials such as wood, steel, and reinforced concrete, are example of this, which are
strong in both tension and compression.
Have you ever thought of the skeleton
of the building as the main factor design,
or do you usually resolve
at the end of the creative process?
A frame system is one whose principal structural elements consist of beams and columns connected through rigid nodes, forming resistant frames in two main directions of analysis, which enables the transfer of bending moments and axial loads to columns
separation redundancystrong column-weak beam
Structures are the result of a combination or mixture of materials with different characteristics such as concrete and reinforcing steel. In these cases the steel is placed on the bottom because it is the tension zone, later is emptied the concrete.
Wall framing in house construction includes the vertical and horizontal members of exterior walls and interior partitions, both of bearing walls and non-bearing walls.
A multiple-stud post made up of at least three studs, or the equivalent, is generally used at exterior corners and intersections to secure a good tie between adjoining walls and to provide nailing support for the interior finish and exterior sheathing
Is based on the same principle of wood, but is much simplified by the far greater strength of the material, which provides more rigidity with fewer members. The column and beam are fused by riveting or welding , stresses are distributed between them, and both can be longer and lighter than in structures in which they work independently as post-and-lintel
The structural configuration can be considered the fundamental aspect in the entire structural design. These conclusions are deduced from the experience gained in past seismic events, showing that well-structured and detailed buildings have satisfactory performance even without undergoing profound analysis and calculations. buildings with frame system has proven to be one of the most resistant to earthquakes and also one of the most flexible spatially.