Study on Priority and Relationship between Residential Houses and Building Safety Measures under Strong Ground Motion
Feng Zeng, Jinglin Xu Toru Takahash

Based on the changes in residents' concerns and the results of previous indoor safety research, it is necessary to clarify the relationship between the factors affecting structural safety for the development of new building structural systems. This study aims to construct a new structural analysis system by considering the relationship between indoor residency and safety when the performance objectives of the building are set, and to find out the relationship and priority between elements. It is important to consider how the elements influence the building structural design safety. The results show that the degree of influence and the priority of each factor on the safety design of the new building structure system are different, and the builders, occupants, and designers give some advises when constructing the structural safety design. The highest priority is given to factors such as the vertical support structural frame, construction engineering, and construction management technology, building shockproof technology, indoor dispersion, and the impossibility of indoor action. In addition, from the change of the degree of human influence caused by the difference of indoor variation results, the relationship between the priority of factors related to the target level and the safety of indoor construction is clarified.

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