The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 53 (1975) > Issues > Issue 7 > Torsion Analysis of Braced Multi-storey Cores
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Torsion Analysis of Braced Multi-storey Cores

A braced core may be defined as a particular form of bracing a steel skeleton in which the members, designed specifically for carrying the forces and moments due to lateral loads, are confined to within the core area of the building. A study is made in this paper of the behaviour of such a braced core subjected to torsional loads. B.S. Taranath

Author(s): Taranath, B S

Keywords: multistorey buildings;bracing;steel;core construction;torsion;analysis