This document explores and analyzes the optimization of the use and placement of energy dissipators in the bays of frame structures located in seismic zones. This study may be applied to new and existing buildings. In order to do this, three RC frames of 5, 10 and 15 stories are analyzed and compared, using four brace arrangements (Chevron braces San Andrés cross and diagonal braces (two cases)). The behavior of these frames is analyzed in terms of modal parameters, capacity curves (Push-over) and dynamic analyses (Time-History). For the study, the Lorca record of mean magnitude was used, also in this case, hysteretic dissipators have been used as they are cheap and easy to install solutions. The efficiency of the energy dissipators is improved as the frames increase in height. In the lower height frames, the use of braced solutions without any device improves the structural behavior. The ductility of all frames increases with the placement of dissipators.