2022 International Research Journal of Modernization in Engineering Technology and Science  
Chimney is a structure that encloses the flue and along with it forms a system that provides ventilation for hot gases or smoke to the open-air atmosphere. To ensure smooth flow of gases and to draw air into the combustion, also known as stack effect or chimney effect, chimneys are typically vertical or close to vertical. Industrial chimneys that exist today in many parts of the world including India are predominantly built using Reinforced Concrete (RC). The function of the chimney is to
more » ... rge flue gases to the atmosphere at such a height and velocity that the concentration of pollutants, such as sulfur dioxide, is kept within acceptable limits at ground level. After leaving the top of the chimney, the gases are carried higher by their own buoyancy compared to the surrounding air and the momentum of the flue gases emitted. This project aims at the detailed analysis of RC Chimneys subjected to static-dynamic wind load and seismic loading .Analysis of the chimney in two seismic zones as per IS1893:2016 and two wind zones as per IS 4998 (part 3): 2015 is done with two different heights and parameters like natural frequency, maximum moments, horizontal shear are compared.
doi:10.56726/irjmets30743 fatcat:k3hagkjfyjd5fepw3febcbayz4