Reinforced Column Link Improvement to Resist an Earthquake


  • Sulleyman Sourkan, Haydar Faisal Alanbaki


column linked system, seismic hazard, an earthquake, shear strength, unconventionally bracing systems


The link column structure's objective is to offer adequate collapse avoidance capability while allowing for simple repairs during a mild earthquake. This study's empirical and quantitative research primarily concentrates on the conduct of ordinary and link column-reinforced ceramic structures with various connecting arrangements. Also, the study focuses on how reinforced column links can be improved to resist an earthquake. The vertical component, as well as the link column, are connected in a variety of ways. Regarding empirical data, fractional elements models for such structures are created and validated, followed by a nonlinear dynamic assuming repetitive static loads. The experimental findings demonstrate that when comparative narrative drifting reduces, the elastic modulus and maximum stress capabilities of link column frameworks rise, particularly in the pivoted link column framework with such a hinge connector. The link column structure without the correct interconnection wastes greater power through shear bending of the linkage beam than the typical framework. The extra connection increases the overall rigidity of the arrangement.



How to Cite

Sulleyman Sourkan, Haydar Faisal Alanbaki. (2022). Reinforced Column Link Improvement to Resist an Earthquake. Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems, 28(10), 172–179. Retrieved from