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- Primary vs Secondary Structure
- What is the Basic Difference Between Load Bearing Structure and Frame Structure
- What Is Superstructures | Difference Between Load-Bearing and Framed Structures
Primary vs Secondary Structure
What is the Basic Difference Between Load Bearing Structure and Frame Structure
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What Is Superstructures | Difference Between Load-Bearing and Framed Structures
A high-rise building is usually considered as the assemblage of different structural components adopting diverse structural forms in the structural design process. Non-structural components such as facades, infill walls and partition walls, and so on are seldom integrated in the structural analysis. However, based on the information collected from a field reconnaissance in the Asian-Pacific region, along with the analyses of a case-study building, this study observes that the building almost always works as an integrated system, which includes both structural and non-structural components. Thus, non-structural components can make significant contributions to the overall lateral structural stiffness of a building.
We can see here the main element is The wall which is Actually load carrying member too. And Problem is also that When tje wall collapse in any situation then whole structure will collapse. To make load bearing Structure more stronger then we have to increase the wall thickness but it's reduce the Room area. Load Bearing Structure are not perform very well in earthquake but it doesn't mean all Load Bearing Structure will collapse in future. Now Beam is supporting to Slab so it take bending and shear of slab.