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Conc. walls design for omega loads from abv plus seismic load at the same time in ETABs

Conc. walls design for omega loads from abv plus seismic load at the same time in ETABs

Conc. walls design for omega loads from abv plus seismic load at the same time in ETABs

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Hi Guys,

How could I design the concrete shear wall for seismic lateral load combination with Rho=1.3 and vertical seismic load transferred to these concrete shear walls from above podium slab with omega at the same time in Etabs?

RE: Conc. walls design for omega loads from abv plus seismic load at the same time in ETABs

I think you can by creating two different sets of load combinations: One with Rho and the other with Omega. Then assign design load combos accordingly in Shear Wall Design/Frame Design/Slab Design.

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