Design and Analysis of Elevated Water Tank with Different Slab Thickness by E-Tabs
This paper presents a comparative analysis of the high-water tanks subjected to dynamic loading and put into different seismic areas, provided with the RC framework structure and cemented shaft structure with different capacities. Earthquake history shows that the lives of these people in their working time were numerous, and also that the post-earthquake time left people suffering from public utility services' damages. Elevated water tanks form an integral part of the water supply scheme in urban or rural areas, and thus their functionality before and after the earthquake is extremely significant.These events demonstrated that the value of the support system for high tanks is uncompromising in comparison to any other tank type. Damages arise from improper support system design; incorrect support system selection etc. These structures have a high mass concentration at the top of a slender support system and are therefore particularly susceptible to terrible horizontal forces. The following paper analysis dynamically high-water tanks according to the latest IS code published by the Indian Standard Bureau for logistics channel structures i.e. IS 1893 (Part 2): 2014. C. The water tank having a capacity of dynamic load 50,000 litres and slab thickness of 100mm and 200mm.