Volume 01, Issue 03 (May 2022)
Getachew Biratu, Abraham Teklu, Moti Girmaw
In: International Journal of Engineering, Management & Technology (IJEMT), vol. 1, iss. 03, pp. 01-20, 2022, ISSN: xxxx-xxxx.
Blockchain technology has an emerging and revolutionary technology nowadays, in world. This
emerging technology is applied in different studies to resolve problems and challenges like vital event record management. The Vital event record is the continuous, permanent record of the happening and characteristics of the vital event like a birth, marriage, and death events of an individual. The record of the event needs technology that records the event permanently that achieve decentralization and distribution. As the development of digital technology is created a new falsification/copy of vital event record in developing countries. This falsification of the document in the governmental and private organizations is a critical challenge in Ethiopia. To solve such problems and challenges the present vital event record to convert to other digital technology that improves the integrity, availability, and
security issues of the vital event record. Therefore, in this thesis, we proposed vital event record management framework using blockchain technology. This research study is used to design science methodology to solve the problems and challenges. To design and develop the framework for vital event record management we used the Hyperledger Fabric blockchain technology. The finding will a fundamental inference for policymakers, researchers, and students in the area.
Abhishek Singh, V K Rastogi
A Study on Road Accidents Statistics in India and Reasoning Journal Article
In: International Journal of Engineering, Management & Technology (IJEMT), vol. 1, iss. 03, pp. 21-26, 2022, ISSN: xxxx-xxxx.
This article examines the road safety situation in India and finds areas where overall
harm caused by collisions may be significantly and easily decreased. This article focuses on
two topics: road accident statistics and the causes of road accidents. The first section of the
paper presents a thorough examination of current statistics on road accidents in India.
According to the data, the death rate has climbed in recent years. According to these figures,
the number of fatalities in India is unlikely to decrease for many years unless new laws are
introduced. The second section of the article provides a quick overview of the major causes of
road accidents in India
Vishal Kumar kannaujiya, Ashwani Kumar, Vikas Priyadarshi, Aftab Alam, Mukesh Kumar
TRAFFIC VOLUME STUDY AND CONGESTION SOLUTIONS Journal Article
In: International Journal of Engineering, Management & Technology (IJEMT), vol. 1, iss. 03, pp. 27-31, 2022, ISSN: xxxx-xxxx.
:Congestion is one of the biggest issues that many Indian cities, as well as other countries, confront.
Congestion has a detrimental influence on the economy, the environment, and the overall quality of life. Some of the common characteristics that may be noted include traffic jams, road accidents, and an increase in pollution levels. As a result, it is past time to address the issue of traffic congestion. This article explains the identification of problems or difficulties that create traffic congestion, determining when traffic is most congested, which zones have the greatest traffic, and providing appropriate ideas and recommendations based on the findings in order to improve traffic
congestion in Lucknow
Monika Gautam, Devdhar Dwivedi, Vishal Gupta, Mr. Hanumant Sharan Singh
In: International Journal of Engineering, Management & Technology (IJEMT), vol. 1, iss. 03, pp. 32-39, 2022, ISSN: xxxx-xxxx.
The world is looking for strength and sustainability. Creating and developing new resources
is preferable to conserving existing ones. The utilisation of micro-bacterial influenced concrete is presented in this study. Bio-concrete is developing as a viable alternative to traditional concrete with improved selfhealing properties. This self-healing characteristic, along with considerable strength requirements, justifies the use of Bio-concrete as a sustainable building material. The use of Bio- concrete lowers the overall defects in concrete performance caused by fractures in concrete. This, in turn, lowers the structure's maintenance costs as compared to traditional concrete. Microbes are an excellent solution for extending the life of concrete. The service life of concrete structures is impacted by several factors. Crack development is one of the major causes of this. Crack development can be caused by errors in composition, mixing, and placement, as well as incorrect curing. Crack development is difficult to manage, but it can be controlled more effectively using bioconcrete. Microbes are introduced to Bio-Concrete to precipitate CaCO3. It fills the gap or pore between the concrete materials, improving the strength and performance of the concrete. As a result, bio concrete meets the requirement for next generation concrete while requiring less economic expenditure. The continuing report investigates the compressive and flexural strength of Bio- Concrete. When we combine partial replacement of water with 2% and 4%microbe along with making 2% starch constant with concrete blend and test the specimens after 7days, 28days, and 56days, we achieve the goal of this inquiry, which is to improve the strength characteristics. Bio-concrete has a high degree of durability. As a result of the microorganisms
filling the pores and micro-internal fissures in the concrete, the strength qualities are improved.
Satyveer Suman, Pradumn Gupta, Brijesh Varun, Rohit Kumar, Pranjal Chaudhary, Deepak Yadav
In: International Journal of Engineering, Management & Technology (IJEMT), vol. 1, iss. 03, pp. 40-48, 2022, ISSN: xxxx-xxxx.
The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of partial replacement of cementitious materials
such as GGBS and fly ash in concrete of grade M-30 when replaced with cement for the fresh and hardened states, i.e. for workability and strength of concrete using OPC (43 grades). As cementitious materials such as GGBS and Fly ash have been added to OPC (43 grade), which ranges from 5% to 30% at intervals of 5% by total weight of OPC, and the same as partial replacement of OPC (43 grade), which varies from 5% to 30% at intervals of 5% by total weight of OPC. GGBS and Fly Ash can be used to substitute cement in concrete in a variety of ways. All concrete mixtures were assessed for workability using slump tests and compaction factor tests on fresh concrete. Compressive strength of hardened concrete was evaluated on the 7th, 14th, and 28th day. Slump was observed to be greater in
partial replacement at 25% (GGBS and fly ash) than in addition of GGBS & Fly ash.