عنوان مقاله [English]
By development of science and technology, new structural systems have been developed and researched. In the last four decades, extensive studies have been done on the application of the steel plate shear wall systems. Steel plate shear walls are made and executed in various shapes. Trapezoidally corrugated steel plate shear wall is a relatively new structural system. In this paper, the effects of position, geometric shape, percentage, distance from the boundary elements and the use of the stiffener around the opening were investigated in the seismic parameters of the trapezoidally corrugated steel plate shear wall system including stiffness, strength, ductility and dissipation energy by using 46 models. The openings were geometrically square, vertical and horizontal rectangular, equal to 10, 14, and 18 percent area of the steel panel. This research was performed analytically using ABAQUS finite element software. The results of the study show that the square-shaped opening has better performance than the rectangular opening in all positions. Also, models with central opening have lower strength, initial stiffness and energy absorption rather than other models. Overall, the best position to create the opening in the corrugated plate is in the middle top of the plate and at the distance of 160 mm from the beam and also in the upper corner of the plate but without distance from the boundary elements. Another result of this research is that by using stiffener around the opening, initial stiffness and strength and energy absorption of the corrugated steel shear wall can increase until 41% and 25% and 24%, respectively. In addition among the different stiffeners, the plate with 60 mm width and 3 mm thickness has the best dimension for the stiffener around the opening.