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The rigid floor assumption is commonly used in structural design, but it is not applicable to buildings with a large plane aspect ratio. This study designed nine frame-shear wall structures with the story of 3, 6, and 12, with a plane aspect ratio of 2, 3.33, and 4. Based on the design results, the finite element models were set up by ETABS. Both the rigid diaphragm and the flexible diaphragm cases were considered in each model. The effect of elastic diaphragm deformation on structural seismicdoi:10.3390/buildings13020376 fatcat:s2uwjzugsndrjmkmmsc6a2o27m