Volume 1, Issue 10 (December 2022)
Deepak Sahay, Shobhit Shukla, Narendra Singh
EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT BUILDING CONSTRUCTION : REVIEW Journal Article
In: International Journal of Engineering, Management & Technology (IJEMT), vol. 1, iss. 10, pp. 1-7, 2022, ISSN: 2583 - 4517.
Earthquake is a natural phenomenon occurring with all uncertainties.It. It is Very serious problem since they affect human life in various ways. Now a days to prevent the buildings there are several techniques and methods to resist earthquake effects such as ; Base isolation, seismic Dampers, steel plate shear
walls ,Hollow foundation. These ground motions cause structures to vibrate and induce inertia forces in the structural elements. In the absence of seismic design, the building may fail,leading to a catastrophe. The seismic design philosophy aims to primarily ensure life safety and secures the functionality of the building. In conjunction with the design philosophy, it is essential to adopt earthquake-safe construction practices for the efficient seismic performance of a building. This paper is a review on various researches carried out by various researchers and engineers on such system.
A N Mishra, M Z Zafar
Study of Green Concrete: Case Study Journal Article
In: International Journal of Engineering, Management & Technology (IJEMT), vol. 1, iss. 10, pp. 8-14, 2022, ISSN: 2583 - 4517.
Green Concrete is a resource-saving structure that reduces environmental impact, carbon dioxide
emissions, and waste water. Here comparative evaluation of strength and durability properties of conventional concrete and green concrete incorporating recycled coarse aggregates and fly ash. In the laboratory total of three series of concrete mixtures were prepared. Series I, II and III were prepared with the water to cement (W/C) ratio of 0.3, 0.4 and 0.5 respectively. Each Series, comprises of 3 concrete types named as conventional concrete mixture with 0% RCA and 0% fly ash indicated by notation R0. Recycled concrete mixture with 50% RCA and 0% fly ash indicated by notation R50. And green concrete mixture with 50% RCA and fly ash was incorporated as 25% replacement to cement indicated by notation R50F25. As per IS 10262 1982 and IS 456 the mix design of concrete for all mix proportions is done. A marginal reduction in compressive strength and tensile strength has been noticed in the case of green concrete (10 to 12%). And this may be due to lesser angularity index of recycled aggregates. A large reduction in tensile strength of 25% was noticed in recycled aggregate concrete compared to conventional concrete. This may be attributed to less binding of aggregates in the case of recycled aggregate concrete. Results shows that water absorption, Chloride ion permeability and sorptivity of concrete [R50] increased due to the intrinsic porosity of RCA compared to conventional concrete [R0]. And water absorption, chloride ion permeability and sorptivity of greenconcrete [R50F25] is almost same as conventional concrete [R0]. This is due to the pozzolanic action of fly ashpresent in green concrete. Green concrete shows Moderate rateof chloride ion permeability for W/C of 0.3 and 0.4 slightly high rate of chloride ion permeability for W/C of 0.5.
Vijay Shekhar, V K Rao, Maroof Ahmad
Effect of Geotextile on Granular Soils Journal Article
In: International Journal of Engineering, Management & Technology (IJEMT), vol. 1, iss. 10, pp. 15-26, 2022, ISSN: 2583 - 4517.
Geotextiles have been successfully used for reinforcement of soils to improve the
bearing capacity. In this paper the geotextile as a tensional material have been used for reinforcement of
granular soils. Laboratory California bearing ratio (CBR) tests were performed to investigate the loadpenetration behavior of reinforced granular soils with geotextile. Samples of granular soil with different grading are selected and tested without reinforcement. Then by placing geotextile at certain depth within sample height in one and two layers, the effects of the number of geotextiles on the increase in bearing capacity of reinforced granular soils and grading on performance of geotextile is discussed. The result of these tests shows that, bearing ratio of reinforced granular soils with geotextile increases.
Vineet Mishra, Ashutosh Singh
In: International Journal of Engineering, Management & Technology (IJEMT), vol. 1, iss. 10, pp. 27-32, 2022, ISSN: 2583 - 4517.
A general overview on the potentiality of membrane processes in the treatment of aqueous solutions
coming from the leather industry is reported. The wet operations of the leather cycle which can be combined with or modified by membrane processes, such as microfiltration, ultrafiltration (UF), nanofiltration (NF) and reverse osmosis, have been described on the basis of consolidated applications and experimental tests on laboratory and industrial pilot scale. Some new applications are also proposed. Most of the river basins are closing or closed to severe water shortages, brought on by the simultaneous effects of agricultural growth, industrialization and
urbanization. Performance of state-owned effluent treatment plants, for treating municipal waste water, and common effluent treatment plants, for treating effluent from small scale industries, is also not complying with prescribed standards. Thus, effluent from the treatment plants, often, not suitable for household purpose and reuse of the waste water is mostly restricted to agricultural and industrial purposes. The development of innovative technologies for treatment of wastewaters from various industries is a matter of alarming concern for us. Although many research papers have been reported on wastewater pollution control studies, but a very few research work is carried out for treatment of wastewater of steel industries, especially in reference to development of design of industrial effluent
Treatment Plants (ETP) system. Another beneficial aspect of this research work will be recycling, reuse of water and sludge from steel industry The whole technologies for treating industrial wastewater can be divided into four categories: - Chemical, Physical, Biological and mathematical approaches.
Ramendra Paswan, Harish Saha, Vijay Sinha
Analysis of Flexible pavement with steel fibre Journal Article
In: International Journal of Engineering, Management & Technology (IJEMT), vol. 1, iss. 10, pp. 33-37, 2022, ISSN: 2583 - 4517.
Permanent deformation, often known as rutting, happens as a result of repeated loading from
high traffic, which causes gradual buildup of permanent deformation under repeating tyre pressures. In
engineering practise, asphalt mixtures are blended with steel fibres to enhance traditional asphalt concrete pavement performance, decrease road maintenance costs, and extend the life of the pavement. To replicate the performance of flexible pavement with life, two slabs with dimensions (300*300*50) mm were produced for rutting tests with two percentages of steel fibre content (0.0, 0.2) percent. The findings revealed that the rutting value in the control mix is (27.04) mm, but the rutting value at 0.2 percent steel fibre content and 5.5 percent asphalt content is (22.42) mm. At 0.2 percent steel fibre concentration, the dynamic stability of the asphalt mixture increases by around 6.4 percent. The development of a three-dimensional finite element model for flexible pavements is carried out using ABAQUS (6.14-4) to mimic laboratory testing. A statistical analysis is used to determine the compatibility of lab models and numerical models, as well as to evaluate the possibilities of employing the numerical technique to anticipate further improvements in the pavement body.
Pankaj Kumar Gupta, Mayank Sharma
An Analysis of Pointers in C Language: Address Calculation Journal Article
In: International Journal of Engineering, Management & Technology (IJEMT), vol. 1, iss. 10, pp. 38-41, 2022, ISSN: 2583 - 4517.
There are various tasks inside the C language that become very easy when it is done by Pointers,
whereas if we look at dynamic memory allocation(DMA), then it can be possible only and only by Pointer, so to become a good programmer, it is very important to learn the concept of Pointers, by any person, so now let's talk, what is a pointer? Answer is: Pointer is a special type of variable that can contain the address of another variable. In this research paper we will discuss about the calculation of address using a pointer. Here pointers in C language is discussed for same purpose.
Dr. Tarun B Shrivastava, Tripti Singh
Sustainable Development in Insurance sector Journal Article
In: International Journal of Engineering, Management & Technology (IJEMT), vol. 1, iss. 10, pp. 42-46, 2022, ISSN: 2583 - 4517.
Sustainability is an increasingly important issue for many people, especially in the business world.
It is undeniable that the topic of sustainability has an impact on everyone and every industry across the world in all aspects and at every level. The insurance sector is no different as it shows an increasing interest in several of the topics covered by sustainability. Insurers who took advantage of these new opportunities were able to capture a new and larger customer base in the market, and a crucial lesson learned is that insurers should always seek out new trends that can help differentiate them from their competitors. Sustainability and green insurance is the new trend to keep an eye on in the insurance industry. Therefore, this paper aims to analyze the sustainable development in the insurance sector in green insurance products.