عنوان مقاله [English]
In recent years, much research has been undertaken to evaluate the Force-Based Design methods that apply to the design of building structures. Following this research, this investigation is focused on the seismic behavior of concrete frame-wall structures.
This article is focused on the performance of a special concrete frame with a shear wall that is designed according to the 2800 code and ACI318-02. For this purpose, one set of 4, 8, 12 and 16 storey reinforced concrete frame-wall structures (3D) are designed and tested using inelastic time-history analyses. These models are subjected to a suite of seven artificial acceleration
time-histories that are selected to be compatible with the design spectrum. Then, the results are processed to obtain displacements, storey drifts and shear stories.A review of the results obtained from the time-history analyses indicates that the 2800 method predicts the shear of the stories, but that this method cannot estimate inelastic displacements and drifts in earthquakes.