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E-tabs horizontal plan irregularity multistory building

E-tabs horizontal plan irregularity multistory building

E-tabs horizontal plan irregularity multistory building

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Hey guys, I hope you are doing good

I have a question for all of you. I'm doing currently a multistory building of RC frames mixed with walls.

When checking the torsional plan irregularity, normally when there are high levels of torsion, the area where the center of rigidity is located tends to displace less than the other area of the structure. When I go to confirm with e-tabs it happens exactly the opposite of what I just said.

Does some of you know what to do in this scenario?

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