ANALYSIS OF RC FRAME WITH AND WITHOUT MASONRY INFILL WALL WITH DIFFERENT STIFFNESS WITH OUTER CENTRAL OPENING

@article{Jinya2014ANALYSISOR,
  title={ANALYSIS OF RC FRAME WITH AND WITHOUT MASONRY INFILL WALL WITH DIFFERENT STIFFNESS WITH OUTER CENTRAL OPENING},
  author={Mohammad H. Jinya and Vinu r. Patel},
  journal={International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology},
  year={2014},
  volume={03},
  pages={76-82}
}
In reinforced concrete frame building, masonry wall are generally used in as infills and specified by architects as partitions in such a way that they do not contribute to the vertical gravity load-bearing capacity of the structure. Infill walls protect the inside of the buildings from the environment hazards and create separation insides. In addition to this infills have a considerable strength and stiffness and they have significant effect on the seismic response of the structural systems… 

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