An Example of the Analytical Solution of Historical Structures

M. Sami Donduren, Özlem Sisik, Atila Demiroz

Abstract


In this study, the examples of Beylerbeyi turbesi in Edirne, which had been the capital of the ottoman empire for nearly a century and still contains many examples of civil and religious architecture, were examined and the structural performance was presented in terms of static and dynamic finit elements. ın order to obtain information about the general behavior of the structure, analyzes were carried out by using the material properties given in the literature and the formulas given in the earthquake regulations. according to the analysis using sap2000 v18 package program, methods to increase the structural performance of the existing structure have been proposed by determining critical locations in terms of static.


Keywords


Historical Structures, Structural Performance, Strengthening, Masonry Structure, Vaults, Domes

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24203/ajet.v5i4.4961

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