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Volume 05 Issue 08 (August 2018)

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Title : Effect of Ground Slope on Dynamic Performance of G + 5 Building

Authors : K Divya, A Srikanth, T Sreedhar Babu

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In recent decades economic growth and urbanization has brought about development of massive amount of high-rise structures which has imparted lack of plain region for development of Structures, which initiates requirement for construction on slanted ground. The main objective of this study is seismic behavior of the G+5 building orientated with respect to the propagation of seismic wave up to 900 ( i.e. 00, 100, 200, 300, 400, 450, 500, 600, 700, 800, 900) to the building in Global direction, resting on the gentle sloped surface by considering the plain ground to Sloped ground up to 140 slope. i.e. 00, 20, 40, 60, 80, 100, 120 and 140. The method of analysis carried out in this study is Response spectrum analysis in STAAD Pro.  The seismic parameters such as Base shear, Natural frequency of building and top story drift values are computed for Zone


Title : Experimental Investigation on Compressive Strength of Concrete after Early Loading

Authors : Shaik Johny Ibrahim, Y V Subba Reddy

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In modern construction projects, it is necessary to work with concrete before its strength can be fully developed. Loading is often the most intensive stage of structure’s life. With the concrete, its early stages of strength development are essential to ensure the better performance of structure. In this present study, experiment is carried out to stimulate high construction loading at initial ages to better understand the effect of early loading and changes in ultimate strength at later ages. In this study, we are evaluating the results for replaced cement concrete mixes. So Cement is replaced with Quarry rock dust with 23% QD to the weight of cement and Steel fibers of size 0.6 mm were added to the total volume of concrete. The results from this study indicate the 28 days strength of wet cured concrete cubes increased considerably when specimens are loaded up to 95% of their Ultimate Strength at 1, 3 and 7 days after casting.


Title : Significance of Data Assimilation Approach with special Reference to Ordinary Differential Equations

Authors : Mr. Rakesh Kumar Verma

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Environmental systems can be realistically described by mathematical and numerical models of the system dynamics. These models can be used to predict the future behaviour of the system, provided that the initial states of the system are known. Complete data defining all of the states of a system at a specific time are, however, rarely available. Moreover, both the models and the available initial data contain inaccuracies and random noise that can lead to significant differences between the predicted states and the actual states of the system. A variety of models is used to describe systems arising in environmental applications, as well as in other physical, biological and economic fields. These range from simple linear, deterministic, continuous ordinary differential equation models to sophisticated non-linear stochastic partial-differential continuous or discrete models. The data assimilation schemes, with minor modifications, can be applied to any general model. Data assimilation schemes are described here for a system modelled by the discrete non-linear equations


Title : Comparative Analysis of Concrete Using Recycled Aggregate

Authors : Ali Mohd, Mohd. Asif, Vikas Kumar, Karunesh Bali, Faizan Hafeez Khan, Dr. Arvind Dewangan

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The purpose of this paper is to expose to real work of environment experience and at the same time to gain knowledge through hands on observation and job execution. From the major project the students will also develop skills in work ethics, communication, management, others. Moreover this major project program allows students to relate theoretical knowledge with its application in the field.

The objectives of this paper are:

To provide the opportunity to test their interest in a particular career before permanent commitments are made.

To develop skills in the application of theory of practical work situations