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Randomly Distributed Coir Fiber Effect on Sub Grade Soil-An Experimental Study

Journal

Journal Namei-manager's Journal on Civil Engineering

Title of PaperRandomly Distributed Coir Fiber Effect on Sub Grade Soil-An Experimental Study

Publisheri-manager Publications

Volume Number8[4]

Page Number1-6

Published YearSeptember 2018

ISSN/ISBN No2249-0779

Indexed INIndian citation Index, UGC List

Abstract

Infrastructure development is important for developing country like India. Road construction plays a major role in it. Hence, good quality roads are necessary for any type of infrastructure development. Flexible pavements are divided in to layers, which consists of subgrade layer (soil as a foundation), sub-base layer, base course layer and surface course layer (bituminous layer). If any layer becomes unstable or weak, it may lead to failure of the pavement. It is observed that, sometimes pavements fail due to low strength of subgrade soil .The subgrade soil is internal part of the pavement. Hence, sound understanding of the properties of soil subgrade is essential for designing a pavement. The properties of soil can be modified by mixing the fiber rein for cements in the subgrade soil. Natural fibers like coir, jute, bamboo have been used to change the index properties of soil. The expansive soil which is also known as problematic soil was selected for the study. Pavement construction on such type of soil is a major problem. In this paper, coir fibres are used as reinforcement and its effects on the various index properties, i.e. Optimum Moisture Content (OMC), Maximum Dry Density (MDD), Unconfined Compressive Strength (UCS), Swell Pressure and California Bearing Ratio (CBR) are studied. The study also includes effect of percentage reinforcement on the subgrade soil for the pavement design. The pavement design for soil and coir fiber mixture results in to decrease the thickness of subgrade layer.

Improving The Subgrade Soil With Plastic Waste Reinforcement-An Experimental Study

Conference

Title of PaperImproving The Subgrade Soil With Plastic Waste Reinforcement-An Experimental Study

Author NameAlka Shah and Hiral Modha

OrganizationAmity University, New Delhi

Year , VenueAugust 2018 , Amity University, New Delhi

ISSN/ISBN No978-93-86238-55-9

Abstract

The subgrade soil is integral part of pavements which provides support to the pavement. The behaviour of road surface depends on strength of filling material and the subgrade below it. The pavements are vulnerably affected by change in subgrade soil properties due to water table fluctuation, overloading, flooding etc. This study focuses on improving the strength of soil subgrade using plastic waste soil reinforcement technique in pavement construction, looking to the current environmental issue related to utilization of waste plastic, as plastic is a non-biodegradable material. In this study, geocells and geogrids were prepared from plastic waste and used as a soil reinforcement. The plastic waste geocell and geogrid were placed at different depth from top of the CBR mould. The CBR test was performed for unsoaked condition of virgin soil and reinforced soil and the behaviour of load versus penetration was observed. The results shows that by placing plastic waste reinforcement at different depth, the strength of reinforced subgrade soil considerably increased with respect to virgin soil. The confined structure of plastic waste geocell shows significant strength improvement compare to plastic waste geogrid. The result shows that the significant improvement in strength of soil using geogrid and geocell ware effective at particular depth. This study reveals that use of plastic waste for improving subgrade soil strength is a good option. The plastic waste can be utilized in pavement construction as well as it can be the cost effective solution.

ANALYSIS OF TAPERED PILES IN SAND UNDER VERTICAL LOADING

Conference

Title of PaperANALYSIS OF TAPERED PILES IN SAND UNDER VERTICAL LOADING

Proceeding NameAGS 2013

OrganizationSVNIT-Surat

Year , VenueMarch 2013 , Applied Mechanics Department, SVNIT Surat

Page Number23-24

ISSN/ISBN No978 93 82062 40 0

Abstract

The axial behavior of tapered piles in sand using different materials, concrete, steel and timber were studied using Finite Element Method based program PLAXIS 3D FOUNDATION. The result shows that the safe load carried by concrete pile is more than the steel and timber pile but settlement of steel pile is more compared to concrete and timber pile.

Impact Assessment of Urbanization and Industrialization Using Water Quality Index on Sabaramati River, Ahmedabad

Conference

Title of PaperImpact Assessment of Urbanization and Industrialization Using Water Quality Index on Sabaramati River, Ahmedabad

Proceeding NameElsevier SSRN

PublisherElsevier SSRN

Author NamePrutha Patel, Sapna Bablani , Anant Patel

OrganizationJaipur National University

Year , VenueMarch 2020 , Jaipur National University

Page Number7

Indexed INOthers

Abstract

The quality of river water is enfeebling day by day due act of increasing urbanization and industrialization in Ahmedabad city. The surface and sub-surface water samples were collected from different locations along the length of Sabarmati river. In this study water samples from six different sites namely Sant-sarovar, Gandhi Bridge, Vasna Barrage, Vasna-Narol Bridge, Miroli Pumping station and Vautha Bridge along the Sabarmati river basin were collected and numerous physical test like pH, turbidity, temperature, electrical conductivity, TDS and chemical test like alkalinity, chloride content, sulphate content, hardness, BOD, COD, Dissolved Oxygen and biological test such as E-coli and total Coliform were performed to determine WQI (Water Quality Index) of the Sabarmati river. WQI is one of the most effective tools to communicate information on the quality of water to the concerned citizens and policy makers or water resource managers. Water Quality Index allows for a general analysis of water quality on many levels that affect a stream’s ability to host life and whether the overall quality of water bodies poses a potential threat to various uses of water. The results of each test is graphically represented for simplification. The sites located in highly urban area showed the worst water quality followed by the station located in moderately urban area and lastly station located in a moderately rural area. Water quality index combines all the different water quality parameter and communicates the facts to the individuals concerned. The main cause of deterioration in water quality at these monitoring stations was due to the high anthropogenic activities, illegal discharge of sewage and industrial effluent, lack of proper sanitation, unprotected river sites, and urban runoff.

Rainfall-Runoff Modelling and Simulation Using Remote Sensing and Hydrological Model for Banas River, Gujarat, India

Book Chapter

Book NameAdvances in Water Resources Engineering and Management

PublisherSpringer, Singapore

Author NameAnant Patel

Page Number10

Chapter TitleRainfall-Runoff Modelling and Simulation Using Remote Sensing and Hydrological Model for Banas River, Gujarat, India

Published YearJuly 2019

ISSN/ISBN No978-981-13-8181-2

Indexed INScopus

Abstract

This research developed a small-scale flood model that integrates Geographic Information and hydrological models. HEC-RAS model helped in simulation and to develop a relationship between runoff and rainfall in Banas River, Gujarat, India. Banas River has been taken as the study area because it is a region which was mostly flooded and having a severe effect on the Gujarat 2017 flood. This model compromises two models, a rainfall-runoff model that converts rainfall excess to surface flow and river runoff, and a second model as a hydraulic model that covers unsteady state flow through the river channel network. In HEC-RAS model, new GIS tool RAS Mapper has been used which is compatible with GIS facilities and modelling has been done with this tool. Results are also available in different parameters such as flood inundation depth, flood water velocity and time. Validation of the model is important, the results at the end of the simulation were compared with the previous observed flood water level data from past flood events in a particular fixed location. The results of this research will benefit in flood management and also used in future modelling for flood disaster forecasts.

A Resilient Plan for Water Resources Management to Mitigate Risk of Drought & Flood

Conference

Title of PaperA Resilient Plan for Water Resources Management to Mitigate Risk of Drought & Flood

Proceeding Name4th World Congress on Disaster Management

Author NameAnant Patel

OrganizationIIT-Bombay

Year , VenueFebruary 2019 , IIT-Bombay

Water quality analysis of world’s largest gravity canal system –Narmada Main Canal, Ahmedabad

Conference

Title of PaperWater quality analysis of world’s largest gravity canal system –Narmada Main Canal, Ahmedabad

Publisher23rd International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources & Coastal Engineering ( HYDRO-2018)

Year , VenueDecember 2018 , NIT - Patna

Indexed INOthers

Design of Optimum Number of Rain Gauge Network Over Sabarmati River B

Journal

Journal Namei-manager's Journal on Future Engineering and Technology

Title of PaperDesign of Optimum Number of Rain Gauge Network Over Sabarmati River B

Publisheri-manager publication

Volume Number14

Page Number26-31

Published YearNovember 2018

ISSN/ISBN No2230-7184

Indexed INIndian citation Index, EBSCO, UGC List

Rainfall – Runoff modelling and simulation using Remote Sensing and Hydrological model for Banas River, Gujarat, India

Conference

Title of PaperRainfall – Runoff modelling and simulation using Remote Sensing and Hydrological model for Banas River, Gujarat, India

Publisher2nd International Conference on Current Trends and Recent Advances in Civil Engineering TRACE 2018

Year , VenueAugust 2018 , Amity University, Noida

Indexed INOthers

River cross section delineation from the Google earth for development of 1D HEC-RAS model – A case of Sabarmati river, Gujarat, India

Conference

Title of PaperRiver cross section delineation from the Google earth for development of 1D HEC-RAS model – A case of Sabarmati river, Gujarat, India

Publisher22nd International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources & Coastal Engineering ( HYDRO-2017)

Year , VenueDecember 2017 , L. D College of Engineering, Ahmadabad

Indexed INOthers

Flood Modelling using HEC-RAS and Geo-Informatics technology in the lower reaches of Shetrunji river

Conference

Title of PaperFlood Modelling using HEC-RAS and Geo-Informatics technology in the lower reaches of Shetrunji river

PublisherNational Conference on Water Resources and Flood Management

Year , VenueAugust 2016 , SVNIT-Surat

ISSN/ISBN No978-81-931162-4-1

Indexed INOthers

Rain water harvesting- A case study of Amba township, Gandhinagar

Conference

Title of PaperRain water harvesting- A case study of Amba township, Gandhinagar

PublisherNational Conference on Transportation and Water Resources Engineering, L.D College of Eng.

Year , VenueApril 2015 , L. D College of Engineering, Ahmadabad

ISSN/ISBN No978-93-85056-39-0

Indexed INOthers

Development of design aid for non-rectangular reinforced concrete column–C shape

Book Chapter

Book NameTECHNOLOGY DRIVERS: ENGINE FOR GROWTH

PublisherTaylor & Francis Group, London, UK

Author NameAlka Mahajan, B.A. Modi & Parul Patel

Page Number159-166

Chapter TitleDevelopment of design aid for non-rectangular reinforced concrete column–C shape

Published YearOctober 2018

ISSN/ISBN No9781138560420

Abstract

On day to day basis a structural designer comes across design of Non-Rectangular Reinforced Concrete (RC) column. Commonly the design of Non-Rectangular RC column except the circular section dealt with considering equivalent rectangular section due to limitation of codal stipulation IS 456:2000. A need has been realised to develop design aids for Non- Rectangular RC column which involve iterative

Experimental Study on Retaining Walls with Narrow Cohesionless Backfill using Arching Theory

Conference

Title of PaperExperimental Study on Retaining Walls with Narrow Cohesionless Backfill using Arching Theory

Proceeding NameGeoCongress 2020

PublisherAmerican Society of Civil Engineers

Author NameCharmy Joshi, Manish Shah, Shalini Singh and Sweta Dave

OrganizationGeo Institute (G-I)

Year , VenueFebruary 2020 , Minneapolis, USA

Page Number10

Indexed INScopus, Web of Science

Effect of Interface Connection on Performance of Narrow Shored Reinforced Earth Wall

Conference

Title of PaperEffect of Interface Connection on Performance of Narrow Shored Reinforced Earth Wall

Proceeding Name7th Indian Young Geotechnical Engineers Conference

PublisherSpringer

Author NameCharmy Joshi, Sweta Dave, Shalini Singh and Manish Shah

OrganizationNIT Silchar

Published YearMarch 2019

Indexed INScopus, Web of Science

Finite Element Modeling and Analysis of Pecast Dry Connection under Progressive Collapse Scenario

Conference

Title of PaperFinite Element Modeling and Analysis of Pecast Dry Connection under Progressive Collapse Scenario

Proceeding Name7th International Congress on Computational Mechanics and Simulation (ICCMS 2019)

Author NameBhautik G. Patoliya, Digesh D. Joshi and Paresh V. Patel

OrganizationInstitute of Technology (IIT) Mandi

Year , VenueDecember 2019 , Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Mandi

Page Number1-12

Experimental study of precast dry connections constructed away from beam–column junction under progressive collapse scenario

Journal

Journal NameAsian Journal of Civil Engineering - Building and Housing

Title of PaperExperimental study of precast dry connections constructed away from beam–column junction under progressive collapse scenario

PublisherSpringer International Publishing

Volume Number20

Page Number209-222

Published YearFebruary 2019

ISSN/ISBN No1563-0854

Indexed INScopus, EBSCO, UGC List, Others

Study of Shear Lag Effect in Hybrid Structural System for High Rise Building

Book Chapter

Book NameTechnology Drivers: Engine for Growth

PublisherCRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group

Author NameAlka Mahajan, B.A. Modi & Parul Patel

Page Number153-158

Chapter TitleStudy of Shear Lag Effect in Hybrid Structural System for High Rise Building

Published YearOctober 2018

ISSN/ISBN No978-1-138-56042-0

Behavior of Precast Portal Frame Subjected to Lateral Loading: An Experimental Study

Book Chapter

Book NameAdvances in Concrete, Structural & Geotechnical Engineering

PublisherBloomsbury India

Author NameShamsher Bahadur Singh, Dipendu Bhunia, G Muthukumar

Page Number246-251

Chapter TitleBehavior of Precast Portal Frame Subjected to Lateral Loading: An Experimental Study

Published YearFebruary 2018

ISSN/ISBN No978-93-87471-69-6

Nonlinear FE analysis of Precast Dry Connection under Column Removal Scenario

Conference

Title of PaperNonlinear FE analysis of Precast Dry Connection under Column Removal Scenario

Proceeding Name2nd International Conference on Innovations in Structural Engineering (IC-ISE-2017)

OrganizationDepartment of Civil Engineering, University College of Engineering (A), Osmania University, Hyderabad

Year , VenueDecember 2017 , Department of Civil Engineering, University College of Engineering (A), Osmania University, Hyderabad

Behaviour of the Precast Portal Frames under Lateral Loading

Journal

Journal NameAsian Journal of Civil Engineering (BHRC)

Title of PaperBehaviour of the Precast Portal Frames under Lateral Loading

PublisherSpringer

Volume Number18 (7)

Page Number1059-1076

Published YearNovember 2017

ISSN/ISBN No1563-0854

Indexed INScopus, EBSCO, UGC List, Others

Experimental Study on Behaviour of Wet Precast Beam to Beam Connections

Book Chapter

Book NameManaging Construction and Related Sectors - Challenges, Opportunities, Status and Trends (COST) in India, Volume-I - Issues in Construction Materials, Methods and Processes

PublisherNational Institute of Construction Management and Research (NICMAR)

Author NameDr. Jonardan Koner

Page Number58-66

Chapter TitleExperimental Study on Behaviour of Wet Precast Beam to Beam Connections

Published YearMarch 2017

ISSN/ISBN No978-93-5268-179-2

Study the Effectiveness of Outrigger Structural System during Progressive Collapse of High Rise Concrete Building

Conference

Title of PaperStudy the Effectiveness of Outrigger Structural System during Progressive Collapse of High Rise Concrete Building

Proceeding NameInternational Conference and Exhibition on Recent Development in Design and Construction Technologies of Tall Structures - Evolution and Innovation (REDECONE 2016)

PublisherAssociation of Consulting Civil Engineers (India), Bangalore Centre

OrganizationAssociation of Consulting Civil Engineers (India), Bangalore Centre

Year , VenueNovember 2016 , NIMHANS Convention Centre, Bengaluru

Enhancing Progressive Collapse Resistance of RC building using Viscoelastic Dampers

Conference

Title of PaperEnhancing Progressive Collapse Resistance of RC building using Viscoelastic Dampers

Proceeding NameInternational Conference and Exhibition on Recent Development in Design and Construction Technologies of Tall Structures - Evolution and Innovation (REDECONE 2016)

PublisherAssociation of Consulting Civil Engineers (India), Bangalore Centre

OrganizationAssociation of Consulting Civil Engineers (India), Bangalore Centre

Year , VenueNovember 2016 , NIMHANS Convention Centre, Bengaluru

Experimental assessment of dry precast beam column connections under progressive collapse scenario

Journal

Journal NameJournal of Structural Engineering

Title of PaperExperimental assessment of dry precast beam column connections under progressive collapse scenario

PublisherCSIR-Structural Engineering Research Centre, Chennai

Volume Number43(3)

Page Number258-269

Published YearSeptember 2016

ISSN/ISBN No0970-0137

Indexed INScopus, UGC List, Others

Experimental study on dry precast beam column connections under column removal scenario

Book Chapter

Book NameMulti-disciplinary Sustainable Engineering: Current and Future Trends

PublisherCRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group

Author NameP.N. Tekwani, M. Bhavsar & B.A. Modi

Page Number87-92

Chapter TitleExperimental study on dry precast beam column connections under column removal scenario

Published YearMay 2016

ISSN/ISBN No9781138028456

Indexed INScopus, Others

Behaviour of Precast Portal Frame Constructed with wet connections: An Experimental Study

Conference

Title of PaperBehaviour of Precast Portal Frame Constructed with wet connections: An Experimental Study

Proceeding Name31st National Convention of Civil Engineers

OrganizationGujarat State Chapter, The Institution of Engineers (India)

Year , VenueSeptember 2015 , Ahmedabad

An Experimental Study to Evaluate Performance of Wet Precast Beam Column Connections

Journal

Journal NameThe Masterbuilder

Title of PaperAn Experimental Study to Evaluate Performance of Wet Precast Beam Column Connections

PublisherMB Publishers Pvt. Ltd.

Volume Number17(6)

Page Number90-98

Published YearJune 2015

ISSN/ISBN No2249-1228

Experimental Study on Precast Beam Column Connections Constructed Using RC Corbel and Steel Billet under Progressive Collapse Scenario

Conference

Title of PaperExperimental Study on Precast Beam Column Connections Constructed Using RC Corbel and Steel Billet under Progressive Collapse Scenario

Proceeding NameStructures Congress 2015

PublisherAmerican Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

Author NameNathan Ingraffea and Mark Libby

OrganizationAmerican Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

Year , VenueApril 2015 , Portland, Oregon, USA

Page Number1101-1117

ISSN/ISBN No978-0-7844-7911-7

Indexed INScopus, Others

Experimental Evaluation of Performance of Dry Precast Beam Column Connection

Book Chapter

Book NameAdvances in Structural Engineering-Materials Volume III

PublisherSpringer India

Author NameVasant Matsagar

Page Number2333-2342

Chapter TitleExperimental Evaluation of Performance of Dry Precast Beam Column Connection

Published YearJanuary 2015

ISSN/ISBN No978-81-322-2186-9

Indexed INScopus, Others

Behavior of wet precast beam column connections under progressive collapse scenario: an experimental study

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Advanced Structural Engineering (IJASE)

Title of PaperBehavior of wet precast beam column connections under progressive collapse scenario: an experimental study

PublisherSpringer

Volume Number6(4)

Page Number149-159

Published YearDecember 2014

ISSN/ISBN No2008-3556

Indexed INScopus, EBSCO, UGC List, Others

Applied Element Method: Evolution and Applications

Journal

Journal NameThe IUP Journal of Structural Engineering

Title of PaperApplied Element Method: Evolution and Applications

PublisherIUP Publications - A Division of ICFAI

Volume NumberVII(4)

Page Number16-34

Published YearOctober 2014

ISSN/ISBN No0974-6528

Indexed INEBSCO, Others

Linear and Nonlinear dynamic analysis for progressive collapse evaluation of asymmetrical RC building

Conference

Title of PaperLinear and Nonlinear dynamic analysis for progressive collapse evaluation of asymmetrical RC building

Proceeding Name19th Annual Convention and National Seminar on Information Technology & CAD in Construction Industry

PublisherPreliminary Publication

Author NameDigesh D. Joshi and Paresh V. Patel

OrganizationIndian Building Congress

Page Number28-32

Published YearFebruary 2014

Experimental Investigation of RC Beam-Column Assemblies under Column Removal Scenario

Journal

Journal NameNirma University Journal of Engineering and Technology (NUJET)

Title of PaperExperimental Investigation of RC Beam-Column Assemblies under Column Removal Scenario

PublisherNirma University

Volume Number3(1)

Page Number15-20

Published YearFebruary 2014

ISSN/ISBN No2231-2870

Indexed INUGC List, Others

Experimental Study on Behavior of Precast Beam Column Connection

Conference

Title of PaperExperimental Study on Behavior of Precast Beam Column Connection

Proceeding NameNational conference on Current Trends of Research & Development in Civil and Environmental Engineering: An Indian Perspective (CRDCE 13)

Author NameMurtaza Kolsawala, Mayur Bapodara, Kishan Sakariya, Bhawin Bohra, Digesh D. Joshi and Paresh V. Patel

OrganizationSardar Vallabhbhai Patel Institute of Technology (SVIT), Vasad

Year , VenueDecember 2013 , Vasad

Analysis of Frame using Applied Element Method (AEM)

Journal

Journal NameProcedia Engineering

Title of PaperAnalysis of Frame using Applied Element Method (AEM)

PublisherElsevier

Volume Number51

Page Number176-183

Published YearApril 2013

ISSN/ISBN No1877-7058

Indexed INScopus, UGC List, Others

Linear Static Analysis of Two Dimensional Structure using Applied Element Method

Conference

Title of PaperLinear Static Analysis of Two Dimensional Structure using Applied Element Method

Proceeding Name4th International Congress on Computational Mechanics and Simulation (ICCMS-2012)

OrganizationIndian Institute of Technology Hyderabad and Indian Association for Computational Mechanics

Year , VenueDecember 2012 , Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad

Progressive Collapse Analysis of Asymmetrical RC Building using Linear Static and Dynamic Analysis

Conference

Title of PaperProgressive Collapse Analysis of Asymmetrical RC Building using Linear Static and Dynamic Analysis

Proceeding Name8th Biennial Conference - Structural Engineering Convention (SEC 2012)

OrganizationApplied Mechanics Department, S. V. National Institute of Technology, Surat

Year , VenueDecember 2012 , Applied Mechanics Department, S. V. National Institute of Technology, Surat

Page Number790-796

Static Analysis of Beams using Applied Element Method

Conference

Title of PaperStatic Analysis of Beams using Applied Element Method

Proceeding Name8th Biennial Conference - Structural Engineering Convention (SEC 2012)

Author NameVikas Gohel

OrganizationApplied Mechanics Department, S. V. National Institute of Technology, Surat

Year , VenueDecember 2012 , Applied Mechanics Department, S. V. National Institute of Technology, Surat

Page Number769-776

Various Approached for Mitigating Progressive Collapse of Asymmetrical RC Building

Conference

Title of PaperVarious Approached for Mitigating Progressive Collapse of Asymmetrical RC Building

Proceeding NameStructures Congress 2012

PublisherAmerican Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

Author NameJohn Carrato and Joseph Burns

OrganizationAmerican Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

Year , VenueMarch 2012 , Chicago, Illinois, United States

Page Number2084-2094

ISSN/ISBN No978-0-7844-1236-7

Indexed INScopus, Others

Linear and Nonlinear Static Analysis Methods for Assessment of Progressive Collapse Potential of multistoried Building

Conference

Title of PaperLinear and Nonlinear Static Analysis Methods for Assessment of Progressive Collapse Potential of multistoried Building

Proceeding NameStructures Congress 2010

PublisherAmerican Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

Author NameSivaji Senapathi, Kevin Casey and Marc Hoit

OrganizationAmerican Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

Year , VenueMay 2010 , Orlando, Florida, United States

Page Number3578-3589

ISSN/ISBN No9780784411308

Indexed INScopus, Others

Seismic Analysis and Design of Retaining Walls and Shallow Foundations

Book Chapter

Book NameAdvances in Indian Earthquake Engineering and Seismology

PublisherSpringer

Author NameM L Sharma, Manish Shrikhande, H R Wason

Page Number137-172

Chapter TitleSeismic Analysis and Design of Retaining Walls and Shallow Foundations

Published YearMay 2018

ISSN/ISBN No9783319768540

Abstract

This chapter presents a state-of-art review of two important problems in geotechnical earthquake engineering. Seismic analysis and design of (i) Retaining Walls and (ii) Shallow Foundations. Different methods available, their merits and demerits have been discussed critically. Finally recommendations have been made for the design of retaining walls and shallow foundations.

On-Field Assessment of Sub-Grade Uniformity Using DCP

Journal

Journal NameGeotechnical Testing Journal

Title of PaperOn-Field Assessment of Sub-Grade Uniformity Using DCP

PublisherASTM Internaitonal

Volume Number39 (3)

Page Number447-451

Published YearMay 2016

ISSN/ISBN No0149-6115

Indexed INScopus, Web of Science, UGC List

Seismic Design and Parametric Study of Rigid Retaining Walls

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering

Title of PaperSeismic Design and Parametric Study of Rigid Retaining Walls

Volume Number5 (2)

Page Number44-56

Published YearJanuary 2014

ISSN/ISBN No1947-8488

Indexed INScopus, Web of Science, UGC List

Seismic earth pressure in yielding gravity walls retaining partially submerged cohesionless backfill

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Geotechnical Engineering

Title of PaperSeismic earth pressure in yielding gravity walls retaining partially submerged cohesionless backfill

PublisherTaylor and Francis Online

Volume Number6 (3)

Page Number309-318

Published YearJuly 2012

ISSN/ISBN No1938-6362

Indexed INScopus, Web of Science, UGC List

Seismic bearing capacity of footings

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Geotechnical Engineering

Title of PaperSeismic bearing capacity of footings

PublisherTaylor and Francis Online

Volume Number5(4)

Page Number447-455

Published YearOctober 2011

ISSN/ISBN No1938-6362

Indexed INScopus, Web of Science, UGC List

Extraction Methods for SAR Imagery : Review for Road Feature

Conference

Title of PaperExtraction Methods for SAR Imagery : Review for Road Feature

Proceeding Name39th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing

OrganizationMalaysian Remote Sensing Agency, Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment & Climate Change (MESTECC), Asian Association on Remote Sensing (AARS) held at Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Year , VenueNovember 2018 , Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Identification and Prioritization of Accident Black Spots on NH147 using GIS

Book Chapter

Book NameManaging Construction and Related Sectors Challenges, Opportunities, Status and Trends in India

PublisherNICMAR

Author NameResearch and Publication Department, NICMAR

Page Number504-513

Chapter TitleIdentification and Prioritization of Accident Black Spots on NH147 using GIS

Published YearOctober 2017

ISSN/ISBN No978-93-5268-179-2

Indexed INOthers

Effect of Randomly Distributed Jute Fibers on Design of Soil Subgrade

Book Chapter

Book NameTechnology Drivers - Engine for Growth

PublisherCRC Press, Taylor and Francis

Author NameAlka Mahajan, B A Modi, Parul R Patel

Page Number105-110

Chapter TitleEffect of Randomly Distributed Jute Fibers on Design of Soil Subgrade

Published YearAugust 2018

Alternatives to Conventional Cement-Sand Mortar for Sustainable Masonry Construction

Conference

Title of PaperAlternatives to Conventional Cement-Sand Mortar for Sustainable Masonry Construction

Proceeding Name5th International Conference on Recent Development in Engineering Science, Humanities and Management

PublisherInternational Journal of Advanced Technology in Engineering and Science

Author NameHemanth Kamplimath

OrganizationNITTTR, Chandigarh

Year , VenueApril 2017 , NITTTR, Chandigarh

Page Number46-51

ISSN/ISBN No2348-7550

Indexed INOthers

Accident Prediction Modeling of A Major Road in Ahmedabad

Conference

Title of PaperAccident Prediction Modeling of A Major Road in Ahmedabad

OrganizationIIT Bombay

Year , VenueDecember 2016 , IIT Bombay

Capacity Estimation for a two lane undivided carriageway - A case Study for NH 63.

Conference

Title of PaperCapacity Estimation for a two lane undivided carriageway - A case Study for NH 63.

Proceeding Name4th International Conference on Science, Technology and Management

Page Number660-668

Published YearMay 2016

ISSN/ISBN No978-81-932074-8-2

Traffic forecasting for a National Highway by Demand Elasticity Method

Book

PublisherOmniScriptum GmbH & Co. KG, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

Published YearMay 2016

ISSN/ISBN No978-3-659-88552-5

Indexed INOthers

Abstract

Traffic Forecasting is quite subjective, elaborate & an approximate process, especially for a developing country like India. Indian roads comprise of heterogeneous traffic & to forecast the traffic growth for an individual class of vehicles is a tedious task. In this book, a detailed attempt has been made to forecast the traffic for an Indian National Highway by Transport Demand Elasticity method.

Traffic Growth Rate Estimation Using Transport Demand Elasticity Method: A Case Study for NH-63

Journal

Journal Namei-manager's Journal on Civil Engineering

Title of PaperTraffic Growth Rate Estimation Using Transport Demand Elasticity Method: A Case Study for NH-63

Publisheri-manager publications

Volume Number3

Page Number29-34

Published YearMay 2013

ISSN/ISBN No2231-1068

Indexed INIndian citation Index, UGC List

Randomaly distributed coir fiber effect on subgrade soil- An experimental study

Journal

Journal Namei manager's Journal on Civil Engineering

Title of PaperRandomaly distributed coir fiber effect on subgrade soil- An experimental study

Publisheri manager Publication

Volume NumberVol.8

Page Number1-6

Published YearSeptember 2018

ISSN/ISBN No2231-1068

Indexed INIndian citation Index, UGC List

Abstract

Infrastructure development is important for developing country like India. Road construction plays a major role in it. Hence, good quality roads are necessary for any type of infrastructure development. Flexible pavements are divided in to layers, which consists of subgrade layer (soil as a foundation), sub-base layer, base course layer and surface course layer (bituminous layer). If any layer becomes unstable or weak, it may lead to failure of the pavement. It is observed that, sometimes pavements fail due to low strength of subgrade soil .The subgrade soil is internal part of the pavement. Hence, sound understanding of the properties of soil subgrade is essential for designing a pavement. The properties of soil can be modified by mixing the fiber rein for cements in the subgrade soil. Natural fibers like coir, jute, bamboo have been used to change the index properties of soil. The expansive soil which is also known as problematic soil was selected for the study. Pavement construction on such type of soil is a major problem. In this paper, coir fibres are used as reinforcement and its effects on the various index properties, i.e. Optimum Moisture Content (OMC), Maximum Dry Density (MDD), Unconfined Compressive Strength (UCS), Swell Pressure and California Bearing Ratio (CBR) are studied. The study also includes effect of percentage reinforcement on the subgrade soil for the pavement design. The pavement design for soil and coir fiber mixture results in to decrease the thickness of subgrade layer.

Improving The Soil Subgrade with Plastic Waste Reinforcement - An Experimental Study

Conference

Title of PaperImproving The Soil Subgrade with Plastic Waste Reinforcement - An Experimental Study

Proceeding Namelecture Notes in Civil Enineering

PublisherSpringer

Author NameProf.Alka Shah , Prof.Hiral Modha

Year , VenueAugust 2018 , Amity University

Page Number153-161

ISSN/ISBN NoISSN : 2366-2557

Indexed INScopus

Abstract

Abstract. The subgrade soil is integral part of pavements which provides support to the pavement. The behaviour of road surface depends on strength of filling material and the subgrade below it. The pavements are vulnerably affected by change in subgrade soil properties due to water table fluctuation, overloading, flooding etc. This study focuses on improving the strength of soil subgrade using plastic waste soil reinforcement technique in pavement construction, looking to the current environmental issue related to utilization of plastic waste as plastic is non-biodegradable material. Geocells and geogrids were prepared from plastic waste and used as a soil reinforcement. The plastic waste geocell and geogrid were placed at different depth from top of CBR mould. The CBR test was performed for unsoaked condition of virgin soil and reinforced soil and the behaviour of load versus penetration was observed. The results shows that by placing plastic waste reinforcement at different depth, the strength of reinforced subgrade soil considerably increased with respect to virgin soil. The Confined structure of plastic waste geocell shows significant strength improvement compare to plastic waste geogrid. The result shows that the significant improvement in strength of soil using geogrid and geocell ware effective at particular depth. This study reveals that use of plastic waste for improving subgrade soil strength is a good option. The plastic waste can be utilized in pavement as well as it can be the cost effective solution.

Improvment of Subgrade soil using Coir fiber and Blasting sand:An experimental study",

Book Chapter

Book Name1st International conference on Engineering and Technology:Smart Engineering (PICET-2018)

PublisherMcgrawHill

Author NameHiral Modha , Aditya Bakarania, Deep Dobaria, Poojan Mahadevia

Chapter TitleImprovment of Subgrade soil using Coir fiber and Blasting sand:An experimental study",

Published YearJanuary 2018

ISSN/ISBN No978-93-87572-66-9

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Abstract

Abstract—In India, the development of urban area is running very fast. The infrastructure development includes the roads and building construction. There are many challenges and issues occur during the pavement construction. The subgrade soil is an integral part of pavements which provides support to the pavement. If the pavements are founded on expansive soil, it will damaged severely by the alternate swelling and shrinkage behavior of such soil. We can control the damage by applying proper soil stabilization methods for expansive soil. The aim of the work presented in this paper is to study the modification in index properties of expansive soil using natural fiber as a soil reinforcement and blasting sand separately. The expansive soil samples were collected from two different city of Gujarat state. The coir fiber is used as a natural fiber. The coir fibers were mixed randomly with soil and the index properties like swelling pressure, unconfined compressive strength, shear strength, maximum dry density and optimum moisture content of soil were studied. Similarly the blasting sand was mixed with expansive soil and index properties like liquid limit, plastic limit, optimum moisture content, maximum dry density, unconfined compressive strength and free swell index were studied. The proportion of coir fiber and blasting sand were added as 0.2%, 0.4%, 0.6%,0.8% and 9%,11%,13%, 15% respectively by dry weight of expansive soil. The index properties were modified and gave considerable results.

Ground improvement Techniques

Book Chapter

Book NameProceedings of the 5th Indian Young Geotechnical Engineers Conference

PublisherSweta publication

Page Number53-54

Chapter TitleGround improvement Techniques

Published YearMarch 2015

ISSN/ISBN No978-1-4276-5527-1

Indexed INOthers

Abstract

ABSTRACT: Chemical grouting is a soil stabilization technique with different chemicals being used to fulfill requirements of field applications, where particulate grouts cannot fulfill the criteria of particle size and viscosity requirements. Sodium silicate based grouts are most popular grouts used due to their low cost, ease of availability, handling without any special requirements and environmental compatibility. These grouts fulfill a good gap between extremely expansive low viscosity polymer based grouts and cement based grouts being best suited for treating fine cracks with dimensions ranging from 1 to 0.1mm. The paper presents research work intended towards design of an economical, non toxic chemical grout using sodium silicate as base, polymeric acid as a catalyst, mineral acid as an additive, and hardener to control strength and setting characteristics. The strength of prepared grout was checked for different environmental conditions to check strength parameter in different environmental condition

Comparative Study of Seismic Resistant Steel Braced Frames

Conference

Title of PaperComparative Study of Seismic Resistant Steel Braced Frames

OrganizationICES'17 International Civil Engineering Symposium, VIT Student Chapter in association with American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) India Section

Year , VenueMarch 2017 , Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore, Tamil Nadu

Performance Based Seismic Analysis

Conference

Title of PaperPerformance Based Seismic Analysis

Proceeding NameProceeding of International conference on Technology and Management, (ICTM 2017)

OrganizationSankalchand Patel College of Engineering, Visnagar (Gujarat, India)

Year , VenueJanuary 2017 , Sankalchand Patel College of Engineering, Visnagar (Gujarat, India)

ISSN/ISBN No 978-93-5267-370-4

Seismic analysis of frame supported Inzte tank as per Indian and Euro code Criteria

Conference

Title of PaperSeismic analysis of frame supported Inzte tank as per Indian and Euro code Criteria

OrganizationVIT Student Chapter in association with American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) India Section

Year , VenueSeptember 2014 , Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore, Tamil Nadu

Study of effects of provision and location of Shear wall in multi-storey buildings

Conference

Title of PaperStudy of effects of provision and location of Shear wall in multi-storey buildings

Organization1st International Conference on Engineering on “Current Trends in Technology”, NUiCONE2010, Nirma University, Ahmedabad

Year , VenueNovember 2010 , Institute of Technology, Nirma University, Ahmedabad

Study of Effect of Provision of Shear-wall in multi-Storey Buildings

Conference

Title of PaperStudy of Effect of Provision of Shear-wall in multi-Storey Buildings

OrganizationNational Conference on Fly ash/ Futuristic materials in Civil Engineering Construction for Sustainable Development,Birla Vishvakarma Mahavidyalaya, Vallabhvidyanagar, Anand

Year , VenueAugust 2010 , Birla Vishvakarma Mahavidyalaya, Vallabhvidyanagar, Anand

Effects of M 9 Sumatra earthquake and tsunami of 26 December 2004-A Review

Conference

Title of PaperEffects of M 9 Sumatra earthquake and tsunami of 26 December 2004-A Review

OrganizationSecond National Conference on Emerging Vistas of Technology in 21st Century Emerging Trends In Civil Engineering, Parul Institute of Technology, Vadodara

Year , VenueApril 2010 , Parul Institute of Technology, Vadodara

Nonlinear static analysis of an elevated RCC water tank

Book Chapter

Book NameMulti-disciplinary Sustainable Engineering: Current and Future Trends

PublisherCRC Press-Taylor & Francis

Page Number41-46

Chapter TitleNonlinear static analysis of an elevated RCC water tank

Published YearMay 17, 2016

ISSN/ISBN No9781138028456

Indexed INOthers

Seismic performance evaluation of RC frame using incremental dynamic analysis

Book Chapter

Book NameTechnology Drivers: Engine for Growth

PublisherCRC Press-Taylor & Francis

Author NameAlka Mahajan, B.A. Modi, Parul Patel

Page Number117-122

Chapter TitleSeismic performance evaluation of RC frame using incremental dynamic analysis

Published YearOctober 17, 2018

ISSN/ISBN No978-1-138-56042-0

Indexed INOthers

“Developing WWQI for Common Effluent Treatment Plant using TOPSIS approach”

Conference

Title of Paper“Developing WWQI for Common Effluent Treatment Plant using TOPSIS approach”

Proceeding NameInternational Conference on “Desalination” Clean India Technologies, Role of Desalination and Swachh Bharat Mission

OrganizationNational Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu

Year , VenueApril 2018 , Department of Chemical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India

INTEGRATED EFFICIENCY OF COMMON EFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANT

Conference

Title of Paper INTEGRATED EFFICIENCY OF COMMON EFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANT

Proceeding NameInternational Conference on Advanced Material Technologies (ICAMT)-2016

OrganizationDadi Institute of Engineering & Technology in association with Professional Group of Conferences (PGC) and ELSEVIER

Year , VenueApril 2015 , Dadi Institute of Engineering & Technology

ISSN/ISBN NoISSN: 2348 – 4470

24×7 water supply technical and financial feasibility in Indian cities

Conference

Title of Paper24×7 water supply technical and financial feasibility in Indian cities

Proceeding NameNational Conference on Transportation and Water Resources Engineering

Organization L.D College of Engineering

Published YearNovember 2015

Indexed INOthers

Strengthening of Axially Loaded Concrete Columns using stainless steel wire mesh (SSWM) Numerical Investigations

Journal

Journal NameStructural Engineering and Mechanics, An International Journal

Title of PaperStrengthening of Axially Loaded Concrete Columns using stainless steel wire mesh (SSWM) Numerical Investigations

PublisherTechno Press

Volume Number60

Page Number979-999

Published YearDecember 2016

ISSN/ISBN No1225-4568

Strengthening of Axially Loaded Concrete Columns using Stainless Steel Wire Mesh (SSWM) - Experimental Investigations

Journal

Journal NameJournal of Construction & Building Materials

Title of PaperStrengthening of Axially Loaded Concrete Columns using Stainless Steel Wire Mesh (SSWM) - Experimental Investigations

PublisherElsevier

Volume Number124

Page Number186–198

Published YearOctober 2016

ISSN/ISBN No0950-0618

“Site Suitability Analysis of Solid Waste Dumping for Jaipur City Using Remote Sensing and GIS”

Conference

Title of Paper“Site Suitability Analysis of Solid Waste Dumping for Jaipur City Using Remote Sensing and GIS”

Proceeding NameNirma University International Conference on Engineering (NUiCONE 2015)

Author NameRuchi Tah, Gautam Dadhich and Dr. Parul R. Patel

OrganizationInstitute of Technology, Nirma University, Ahmedabad,

Page Number26-28 November, 2015.

Published YearJanuary

Agriculture Land Suitability Evaluation for Wheat Cultivation using Geomatics for Patan District, India

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology, Inderscience

Title of PaperAgriculture Land Suitability Evaluation for Wheat Cultivation using Geomatics for Patan District, India

Volume NumberVolume 13, Issue 1,

Page Number91-108

Published YearJanuary

Indexed INa:2:{i:0;s:6:"Scopus";i:1;s:8:"UGC List";}

Optimization of Bus Transit Station Using GIS”

Journal

Journal NameJournal of Engineering Technology, American Society for Engineering Education ASEE

Title of PaperOptimization of Bus Transit Station Using GIS”

PublisherAmerican Society for Engineering Education ASEE

Volume Number8

Page Number314-329

Published YearJanuary 2019

ISSN/ISBN No0747-9964

Indexed INa:1:{i:0;s:6:"Scopus";}

Abstract

In India, the fast-growing cities are facing sedate problems of traffic congestion due to the unprecedented urbanization in the last few decades. To give mobility of high populace density, these cities usually rely on multi-modal transit services, including private and public modes. Public transport plays an important role in building up the transportation structure. Effective implementation of public transport greatly depends on the accessibility of transit station about the urban region. This study presents the approach for the relocation of the transit station based on an evaluation of spatial accessibility to BRT stations in the environment of Geographical Information System (GIS) for Ahmedabad City. In GIS the service area and distance-decay analysis tools were used to find the most appropriate BRT station location. The study was performed on three selected corridors consisting of 27 BRT stations. Field data collected includes distance among the bus stations, distance from bus stations to intersection, on walking distance of commuter to the bus station and commuters’ characteristic like age, gender, type of employment, purpose of trip, mode of travel, time is taken to reach station and income from immediate neighborhood from board and off-board commuters. Analysis showed that relocating BRT station, results increase in the service area and that leads to commuter ridership. It was observed that relocating the station also changed the approachable population densities of the respective station. After relocating the current stations, the population density or commuter ridership increased by average 60% for 0-150 m radius, 150-400 m increased by 35% and 400-600 m increased by an average of 20% with respect to six (6) stations of the three study corridors. This result would help BRTS operators and BRTS operating authorities to take a decision about BRT station location suitability. Thus, it is recommended to consider the population densities and accessibility also t

Surveying and Mapping of Gandhinagar Using IRNSS/NavIC System

Conference

Title of PaperSurveying and Mapping of Gandhinagar Using IRNSS/NavIC System

Proceeding NameJournal of Geomatics, ISG

PublisherNational Symposium on Advancements in Geospatial Technology for Societal Benefits

Author NameJayrajsinh D. Jadeja , P.R. Patel

Year , VenueDecember 2018 , SAC,ISRO Ahmedabad

Page Number43

ISSN/ISBN NoISSN:0976–1330

"Extraction Methods for SAR Imagery: A Review for Road Features

Conference

Title of Paper"Extraction Methods for SAR Imagery: A Review for Road Features

Proceeding NameACRS 2018

PublisherAARS

Author NamePooja Shah, Parul Patel

Organization39th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing

Year , VenueOctober 2018 , Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Image Quality Characterization of Fine Resolution RISAT-1 Data Using Impulse Response Function

Journal

Journal NameGeocarto International

Title of PaperImage Quality Characterization of Fine Resolution RISAT-1 Data Using Impulse Response Function

PublisherTaylor & Francis

Page Number1752-1762

Published YearJanuary 2018

ISSN/ISBN No1010-6049

Indexed INa:1:{i:0;s:6:"Scopus";}

Radiometric calibration stability Assessment for the RISAT-1 SAR sensor using a deployed point target array at the Desalpar site, Rann of Kutch, India

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Remote Sensing

Title of PaperRadiometric calibration stability Assessment for the RISAT-1 SAR sensor using a deployed point target array at the Desalpar site, Rann of Kutch, India

Volume NumberTaylor & Francis Vol. 38, NO.23,7242-7259

Published YearSeptember 2017

ISSN/ISBN No0143-1161

Indexed INa:1:{i:0;s:6:"Scopus";}

Farm Level Land Suitability Assessment for Agricultural Crops using Geomatics: A Case study of Badipur Village of Patan District

Conference

Title of PaperFarm Level Land Suitability Assessment for Agricultural Crops using Geomatics: A Case study of Badipur Village of Patan District

Author NameGautam Dadhich, Parul Patel, Kalubarme M.H

OrganizationNational Symposium and Annual Meeting ISRS and ISG

Year , VenueDecember 2016 , Dehradun

Performance Evaluation of natural site s for external calibration of SAR data

Conference

Title of PaperPerformance Evaluation of natural site s for external calibration of SAR data

Author NameGautam Dadhich, Parul Patel, Shweta Sharma

OrganizationNational Symposium and Annual Meeting ISRS and ISG

Year , VenueDecember 2016 , Dehradun

Site Suitability Analysis of Solid Waste Dumping for Jaipur City Using Remote Sensing and GIS

Conference

Title of PaperSite Suitability Analysis of Solid Waste Dumping for Jaipur City Using Remote Sensing and GIS

Proceeding Name05th Nirma University International Conference on Engineering

PublisherCRC Press 2016

Author NameRuchi Tah, Gautam Dadhich and Parul R. Patel

OrganizationNirma University

Page Number147-154

Published YearJanuary 2016

“Site suitability analysis for calibration of RISAT-1 SAR sensor using corner reflectors"

Journal

Journal NameJournal of Geomatics

Title of Paper“Site suitability analysis for calibration of RISAT-1 SAR sensor using corner reflectors"

Volume Number20

Page Number187-191

Published YearJanuary 2016

ISSN/ISBN No0976-1330

Land suitability potential Assessment for wheat crop using a remote sensing and GIS based MCDM approach

Conference

Title of PaperLand suitability potential Assessment for wheat crop using a remote sensing and GIS based MCDM approach

Author NameParul R. Patel and Gautam Dadhich

OrganizationNational Symposium

Year , VenueDecember 2015 , Jaipur

“Site suitability Analysis of Water Harvesting Structures in Hilly Terrains of Valsad Region using Remote Sensing and GIS.” 2015

Conference

Title of Paper“Site suitability Analysis of Water Harvesting Structures in Hilly Terrains of Valsad Region using Remote Sensing and GIS.” 2015

Proceeding Name“Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D)

Author NameGautam Dadhich, Rushang dave, Dr.M.H.Kaluberme, P.R.Patel.

OrganizationDA-IICT, Gandhinagar

Published YearJuly 2015

Approach for Absolute Radiometric Calibration of RISAT-1 SAR data Using Standard Target

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Remote Sensing & Geoscience

Title of PaperApproach for Absolute Radiometric Calibration of RISAT-1 SAR data Using Standard Target

Volume Number4

Page Number28-32

Published YearJanuary 2015

ISSN/ISBN NoISNN No. 2319-3484

APPROACH FOR ABSOLUTE RADIOMETRIC CALIBRATION OF RISAT-1 SAR DATA USING STANDARD TARGET

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science (IJAERS)

Title of PaperAPPROACH FOR ABSOLUTE RADIOMETRIC CALIBRATION OF RISAT-1 SAR DATA USING STANDARD TARGET

Volume Number4(1)

Page Number78-89

Published YearJanuary 2015

ISSN/ISBN No2319-3484

Soil Moisture Estimation using Gravimetric Technique and FDR Probe Technique: A Comparative Analysis

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Research in Formal Applied & Natural Sciences

Title of PaperSoil Moisture Estimation using Gravimetric Technique and FDR Probe Technique: A Comparative Analysis

Page Number89-92

Published YearJanuary 2014

ISSN/ISBN No14-465

Absolute Radiometric Calibration of FRS-1 and MRS mode of RISAT -1 Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) data using Corner Reflectors

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science (IJAERS)

Title of PaperAbsolute Radiometric Calibration of FRS-1 and MRS mode of RISAT -1 Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) data using Corner Reflectors

Volume NumberVol-1, Issue 6

Published YearJanuary 2014

ISSN/ISBN No2349 -6495

Soil Moisture Estimation using Gravimetric Technique and FDR Probe Technique: A Comparative Analysis

Conference

Title of PaperSoil Moisture Estimation using Gravimetric Technique and FDR Probe Technique: A Comparative Analysis

Published YearJanuary 2013

Post-Seismic Effect of Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake on Indian Plate

Journal

Title of PaperPost-Seismic Effect of Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake on Indian Plate

Volume NumberVol. 4, No. 3

Published YearJanuary 2010

ISSN/ISBN No0973-8525

Application of GPS for Monitoring Land Subsidence

Journal

Journal NameICFAI Journal of Earth Sciences

Title of PaperApplication of GPS for Monitoring Land Subsidence

Volume Number1

Published YearJanuary 2007

ISSN/ISBN No0973-8525

Comparative Study on Damping Models of Linear System subjected to Arbitrary Dynamic Loading

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Earthquake and Impact Engineering

Title of PaperComparative Study on Damping Models of Linear System subjected to Arbitrary Dynamic Loading

PublisherInderscience Enterprises Ltd.

Volume Number2(04)

Page Number269-281

Published YearApril 2019

ISSN/ISBN No2397-9380

Indexed INUGC List

Abstract

Linear and nonlinear damping models, correlated through equivalent damping coefficient, have been developed for discrete vibrating system employing energy equivalence principle at steady state response of the system. Application of, so developed, damping models to derive response of discrete vibrating system subjected to arbitrary dynamic loading is not obvious due to transient nature of the syste

Experimental Studies on Developed PZT based Coating under Fire Exposure

Journal

Journal NameThe Indian Concrete Journal

Title of PaperExperimental Studies on Developed PZT based Coating under Fire Exposure

PublisherACC Limited

Volume Number93(03)

Page Number34-39

Published YearMarch 2019

ISSN/ISBN No00194565

Indexed INScopus

Abstract

In the present paper, a fire retardant coating using Piezoelectric (PZT) Powder is developed to protect the substrate against detrimental effects of the fire. An experimental study has been carried out over two different substrate materials exposed to temperature up to 1300°C at the instant through oxyacetylene flame and temperature to 500°C through oven. An escape time about 2 times and surface temperature drop of 50°C have been observed for PZT coated substrate vis-a-vis bare substrate. PZT coating is tested for Flammability (UL 94) and for Optical Density of Smoke (ASTM E 662) at NABL accredited laboratory establishes developed coating as fire retardant coating.

Influence of Parameters on Performance Evaluation of Designed RC Buildings: Seismic Hazard

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Structural Engineering

Title of PaperInfluence of Parameters on Performance Evaluation of Designed RC Buildings: Seismic Hazard

PublisherInderscience Enterprises Ltd.

Volume Number7(04)

Page Number378-397

Published YearSeptember 2016

ISSN/ISBN No1758-7336

Indexed INScopus, UGC List

Abstract

Seismic engineering of structures is in discussion since decades while the aspects of risk mitigation and hazard assessment are relatively new in this field concerned with our preparedness for future events. With the advancement in knowledge and advent of performance-based design procedures, it has become possible to safeguard our interests against the fury of nature. In this paper, performance of

Torsional Strengthening of RC Beams using GFRP Composites

Journal

Journal NameJournal of the Institution of Engineers (India): Series A

Title of PaperTorsional Strengthening of RC Beams using GFRP Composites

PublisherSpringer India

Volume Number97

Page Number313-322

Published YearJune 2016

ISSN/ISBN No1758-7328

Indexed INScopus

Vibration Control of Structures using Piezoelectric Material

Book Chapter

Book NameMulti-disciplinary Sustainable Engineering: Current and Future Trends: Proceedings of the 5th Nirma University International Conference on Engineering

PublisherCRC Press Taylor & Francis Group

Page Number111-115

Chapter TitleVibration Control of Structures using Piezoelectric Material

Published YearNovember 2015

Indexed INOthers

Abstract

Structural elements and systems used in spacecraft and antenna structures are flexible and light in weight. Vibration in flexible structures may produce secondary effects in it and affect the performance. Therefore, it is important to control structural response of flexible structures. This can be achieved by either Passive control or Active control. It has been found that active control of flexible structures may lead to instability, if there is an error in feedback control. In such situations passive control of flexible structures coated with thin viscoelastic material offers promise. Apart, smart materials like Piezoelectric Ceramic Powder, Magnetorheological Fluids etc. are potential alternatives. In present study cantilever structure made up of aluminum material is considered. Bare specimen is coated with Piezoelectric Ceramic Powder. Acceleration is captured using Data Acquisition System and LabVIEW through Free vibration test. Results shows piezoelectric powder coating increases damping into the system.

Response Spectrum Development for Seismic Demand Comparison of a Building in Indian Context

Conference

Title of PaperResponse Spectrum Development for Seismic Demand Comparison of a Building in Indian Context

Proceeding NameChemical, Civil and Mechanical Engineering Tracks of the 4th Nirma University International Conference on Engineering

OrganizationProcedia Engineering, SciVerse Science Direct

Page Number1-10

Published YearNovember 2013

Indexed INOthers

Abstract

Earthquake is a natural hazard that causes damage or sometimes complete collapse of man-made structures. It is measured as ground excitation with acceleration and time data points measured at various locations through digital instruments. All ground excitations measured do have potential to cause damage to the structures but strong ground motion do. Strong Ground Motion is characterized by various parameters like Peak Ground Acceleration (PGA), Frequency Content, Root Mean Square (RMS) Acceleration, Arias Intensity and Duration of strong ground motion. Strong ground excitations poses varied seismic demand on structures. In the present study, out of 184 ground motions recorded at 23 recording stations of Indian subcontinent, about 67 ground motions are quantified as strong ground motion based on PGA and Duration of the motion. Response Spectrum for each strong ground excitation is developed. A mean, mean plus one standard deviation and maximum response spectrum are developed for each strong ground motion using statistical analysis. Seismic demand posed by each response spectrum and IS specified design spectrum on four storey Reinforced Concrete (RC) shear frame building are evaluated. Comparison among seismic demand represented by peak acceleration and base shear are carried out. It is found that seismic demand posed by IS specified design spectrum for building is quite high as compared to mean response spectrum. Similar results are obtained for mean plus one standard deviation and maximum response spectrum except few strong ground motions that posed high seismic demand on building as compared to IS specified design spectrum.

Dynamic Response Control of a Building Using Bracings

Conference

Title of PaperDynamic Response Control of a Building Using Bracings

Proceeding NameChemical, Civil and Mechanical Engineering Tracks of the 3rd Nirma University International Conference on Engineering

PublisherProcedia Engineering, SciVerse Science Direct

Page Number1-8

Published YearDecember 2012

Indexed INScopus

Abstract

Construction of tall and flexible structures has become easier now-a-days because of advances in analytical techniques and availability of more efficient materials. However, these structures are more sensitive towards dynamic loadings. Dynamic response of such structures under various excitations can be quantified by displacement and acceleration response time history. Excessive dynamic response of structure leads to substantial damage to the structural components and hence it need to be controlled. Passively, this is achieved by adding either mass or stiffness or both of them. This paper covers experimental study on controlling dynamic response of a building model using two types of bracings, namely, Concentric- and Eccentric bracing. A building model is fabricated using aluminum flats and plates and bracings are fabricated using linear springs of moderate stiffness. A model represented as Single Degree of Freedom (SDOF) system is subjected to sinusoidal excitations of various frequencies through small scale shake table. Acceleration response of a uncontrolled building model (model without bracings) is obtained using accelerometers and Data Acquisition System (DAQ) – LabVIEW 8.0. Displacement response is derived through numerical integration from acceleration response using LabVIEW. Acceleration and displacement response of controlled building model (model with bracings) are extracted and compared with uncontrolled system. Dynamic properties like Natural Time Period and Damping Ratio for both types of bracing systems are obtained and comparisons are made among them. It is found that natural time period and damping ratio of controlled building model is increased as compared to uncontrolled system due to stiffness addition. Displacement and Acceleration response are reduced appropriately for controlled system as compared to uncontrolled system.

Instantaneous 0ptimal Control of Seismic Response using Magnetorheological Damping

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Acoustic and Vibration

Title of PaperInstantaneous 0ptimal Control of Seismic Response using Magnetorheological Damping

PublisherInternational Institue of Acoustics and Vibration (IIAV)

Volume Number17

Page Number4-13

Published YearMarch 2012

ISSN/ISBN No1027-5851

Indexed INScopus, Web of Science, EBSCO

Semi-active Control using Magnetorhelogical Dampers with Output Feedback and Distributed Sensing

Journal

Journal NameShock and Vibration

Title of PaperSemi-active Control using Magnetorhelogical Dampers with Output Feedback and Distributed Sensing

PublisherIOS Press

Volume Number19

Page Number1427-1443

Published YearJanuary 2012

ISSN/ISBN No1070-9622

Indexed INScopus, EBSCO

Instantaneous Optimal State Feedback Control of Seismic Response using MR Dampers

Conference

Title of PaperInstantaneous Optimal State Feedback Control of Seismic Response using MR Dampers

Proceeding Name, International Conference on Vibration Engineering & Technology of Machinery

OrganizationVETOMAC-VI

Page Number1-10

Published YearDecember 2010

Indexed INOthers

Abstract

t Instantaneous Optimal Control is used to obtain desired force from MR damper fitted to a seismically excited building. Excitation is considered when minimizing performance index, unlike in classical optimal controllers. Modified Bouc-Wen damper model and on-off voltage law is considered. Various forms of state weighting matrix are considered for controller design. IOC is compared with LQR/LQG and PON control. It yields reduction in: maximum peak interstorey drift; and generally in accelerations vis-a-vis LQR/LQG. IOCSF Riccati Matrix Type controller appears most effective, yielding: lowest maximum peak drift/acceleration and generally best storeywise drift control vis-a-vis PON/LQR/LQG; substantially lower peak accelerations vis-a-vis LQR/LQG.

Optimal static output feedback control of a building using an MR damper

Journal

Journal NameJournal of Structural Control and Health Monitoring

Title of PaperOptimal static output feedback control of a building using an MR damper

PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Ltd

Volume Number18

Page Number852-868

Published YearAugust 2010

ISSN/ISBN No1545-2263

Indexed INScopus, Web of Science

Seismic Response Control of a Building using MR Damper with Optimal Static Output Feedback

Conference

Title of PaperSeismic Response Control of a Building using MR Damper with Optimal Static Output Feedback

Proceeding NameThe 17th International Congress on Sound and Vibration (ICSV17)

PublisherPublons

OrganizationICSV17

Year , VenueJuly 2010 , Cairo, Egypt

Page Number1-8

Indexed INScopus

Seismic Response Reduction of Building using Semi-activelly Controlled Magnetorheological (MR) Dampers

Conference

Title of PaperSeismic Response Reduction of Building using Semi-activelly Controlled Magnetorheological (MR) Dampers

Proceeding Name3rd International Conference on Computational Mechanics and Simulations (ICCMS-09)

OrganizationICCMS

Page Number1-2

Published YearDecember 2009

Indexed INOthers

Analysis & Design of Berthing Structures for High Seismic Zones

Conference

Title of PaperAnalysis & Design of Berthing Structures for High Seismic Zones

Proceeding NameInternational Conference of the Structural Engineering Convention (SEC-2005)

OrganizationStructural Engineering Convention

Page Number1-8

Published YearDecember 2005

Indexed INOthers

Abstract

Analysis and Design of berthing structures seems to be a new subject to common structural engineers, but they are the important structures contributing to the development of trade in our nation. The paper is focusing on analysis and design of 12th Cargo Berth at Kandla, which is open piled structure with retaining wall at the land side and lying in high seismic zone V. The berth is to be designed for a vessel having capacity of 75,000 DWT and the structure is supported on Bored cas-in situ piles. The structure is subjected to various forces and combinations such as cyclone, high tide, earthquake,high winds, heavy live loads as per IS: 4651 – 1983. A 3-D model was generated using STAAD-Pro software and analysis was conducted with appropriate loads acting on the structure. It was observed that seismic force was governing in most of the case because of Kandla being located in high seismic zone V. The paper is an attempt to understand the behavior of offshore structures under different conditions of loading and also, an effect of seismicity on the structures.

Effect of Modeling on Time Period & Lateral Load Estimation of R.C.C. Buildings

Conference

Title of PaperEffect of Modeling on Time Period & Lateral Load Estimation of R.C.C. Buildings

Proceeding NameInternational Conference of the Structural Engineering Convention (SEC-2005)

OrganizationStructural Engineering Convention

Page Number1-9

Published YearDecember 2005

Indexed INOthers

Abstract

Conventionally, seismic design of building structures is based on the concept of increasing the resistance capacity of the structures against earthquakes by employing, Shear walls, Braced frames or MR frames. However, the periods of vibrations of above mentioned structures are primary tools in determining seismic response. The period of vibration of structures is highly varied in nature depending upon its determination approach. This paper is an attempt to focus the issue of variation of time period determination from empirical formulas to software model implementation. In this paper a small R.C.C. Building of G + 4 size has been taken and different modeling aspects were applied to evaluate the difference in time period of the building. Based on the evaluated time periods the equivalent static lateral loads on the building were also estimated and distributed along the height of the building. The software used to model the R.C.C. building is ETABS Nonlinear Version 8.11. Lastly, a comparison of time periods for different types of model and base shear were also obtained. Overall, the paper is a modest attempt to bring in front the basic issues of obtaining time period for correct evaluation of seismic response of R.C.C. buildings, which felt missing.

Parametric Study of Geopolymer Concrete with fly ash and bottom ash activated with Potassium activators

Book Chapter

Book NameTechnology Drivers: Engine for Growth

PublisherCRC Press: Taylor and Francis Group

Author Namesonal thakkar, praharshit joshi

Chapter TitleParametric Study of Geopolymer Concrete with fly ash and bottom ash activated with Potassium activators

Published YearMarch 2019

ISSN/ISBN No9781138560420

Indexed INOthers

Mechanical Properties of Fibre Reinforced Alkali Activated Concrete

Journal

Journal Namei Manager's Journal of Structural Engineering

Title of PaperMechanical Properties of Fibre Reinforced Alkali Activated Concrete

Publisheri Manager Publication

Volume Number7 No 3

Page Number42-50

Published YearSeptember 2018

ISSN/ISBN No2278-7887

Indexed INIndian citation Index, EBSCO

Sustainable Alkali Activated Concrete using Rice Husk Ash

Conference

Title of PaperSustainable Alkali Activated Concrete using Rice Husk Ash

Proceeding NameProceeding of”, International Conference on Futuristic Trends in Engineering, Science, Pharmacy and Management recognized by ISTE

PublisherA. D. Publisher

OrganizationISTE

Year , VenueDecember 2016 , Vadodara

Page Number148-156

Durability studies of fly ash and GGBFS based geopolymer concrete at ambient temperature

Book Chapter

Book NameMulti-disciplinary Sustainable Engineering: Current and Future Trends

Author NameTekwani, Bhavsar & Modi (Eds)

Chapter TitleDurability studies of fly ash and GGBFS based geopolymer concrete at ambient temperature

Published YearNovember 2016

ISSN/ISBN No978-1-138-02845-6

Durability Studies for Ambient Cured Geopolymer Concrete using GGBFS as source material

Book Chapter

Book NameMulti-disciplinary Sustainable Engineering: Current and Future Trends

PublisherTaylor & Francis Group, London

Author Name Tekwani, Bhavsar & Modi (Eds)

Chapter TitleDurability Studies for Ambient Cured Geopolymer Concrete using GGBFS as source material

Published YearNovember 2016

ISSN/ISBN No978-1-138-02845-6

Parameters affecting Alkali Activated Concrete with Fly Ash & Rice Husk Ash

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI)

Title of PaperParameters affecting Alkali Activated Concrete with Fly Ash & Rice Husk Ash

Volume NumberIV, Issue I,

Page Number216-219

Published YearNovember 2016

ISSN/ISBN No2321-2705

Indexed INOthers

Cenosphere Based No Aggregate Floating Concrete

Conference

Title of PaperCenosphere Based No Aggregate Floating Concrete

Proceeding NameProceedings of National Conference on Smart Sustainable & Resilient Civil Infrastructure Development (SSRCID-2016)

OrganizationDepartment of Civil & Environmental Engineering, The Northcap University, Gurgaon, jointly associated with Indian Geotecnical Society Delhi Chapter, ASCE Indian Section and Deep Foundations Institute

Year , VenueSeptember 2016 , Northcap University Gaurgon

Studies For Ambient Cured GGBFS Based Geopolymer Concrete

Conference

Title of PaperStudies For Ambient Cured GGBFS Based Geopolymer Concrete

Proceeding NameProceedings of UK India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI) Congress on “Concrete Research Driving Profit and Sustainability” jointly organized by UKIERI, NIT Jalandhar, Gurunanak Dev Eng. College, Univ. of Birmingham, Uni. Of Zagerb, Trinity College, Dublin

OrganizationNational Institute of Technology, Jalandhar

Year , VenueNovember 2015 , National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar

ISSN/ISBN No9789384869830

Acid And Sulphate Resistance Of Ambient Cured Fly Ash And Ggbfs Based Geopolymer Concrete

Conference

Title of PaperAcid And Sulphate Resistance Of Ambient Cured Fly Ash And Ggbfs Based Geopolymer Concrete

Proceeding NameProceedings of UK India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI) Congress on “Concrete Research Driving Profit and Sustainability” jointly organized by UKIERI, NIT Jalandhar, Gurunanak Dev Engg. College, Univ. of Birmingham, Uni. Of Zagerb, Trinity College, Dublin

OrganizationNational Institute of Technology, Jalandhar

Year , VenueNovember 2015 , National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar

ISSN/ISBN No9789384869830

Factors Affecting the Compressive Strength of Heat-Cured Geopolymer Concrete with Fly Ash and Slag

Journal

Journal NameThe IUP Journal of Structural Engineering

Title of PaperFactors Affecting the Compressive Strength of Heat-Cured Geopolymer Concrete with Fly Ash and Slag

Volume NumberVIII, No. 4

Page Number23-36.

Published YearOctober 2015

Indexed INOthers

Resistance of Geopolymer Concrete with Fly Ash and Slag to Sulphate and Acid Attack

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Civil Engineering Research and Development (IJCERD)

Title of PaperResistance of Geopolymer Concrete with Fly Ash and Slag to Sulphate and Acid Attack

Volume NumberIV, Issue I,

Page Number41-50

Published YearApril 2014

ISSN/ISBN No2248-9428

Indexed INOthers

Parametric Study of Base Isolated Building with Eccentricity in Super Structure with Various Location of Base Isolators

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Civil Engineering Research and Development (IJCERD)

Title of PaperParametric Study of Base Isolated Building with Eccentricity in Super Structure with Various Location of Base Isolators

Volume Number4

Page Number30-40

Published YearApril 2014

ISSN/ISBN No2248-9428

Indexed INOthers

Analysis And Design of Cable Stayed Bridge

Book

PublisherLambert Academic Publishing

Published YearDecember 2011

ISSN/ISBN No13:978-8473-0389-3

Effect of Temperature on the Tensile strength of Stainless Steel Wire Mesh and Fiber Reinforced Polymers

Book Chapter

Book NameTechnology Drivers: Engine for Growth

PublisherCRC Press

Author NameAlka Mahajan, B.A. Modi & Parul Patel

Page Number123-128

Chapter TitleEffect of Temperature on the Tensile strength of Stainless Steel Wire Mesh and Fiber Reinforced Polymers

Published YearOctober 2018

ISSN/ISBN No978-1-138-56042-0

Indexed INScopus

Abstract

The aim of the present experimental work is to investigate the mechanical property in terms of the tensile strength of Stainless Steel Wire Mesh (SSWM), Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymers (CFRP) and Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymers (GFRP) when exposed to different elevated temperatures, ranging from 50°C to 300°C.

Torsional strengthening of RC beams using Stainless Steel Wire Mesh - Experimental and Numerical study

Journal

Journal NameStructural Engineering and Mechanics

Title of PaperTorsional strengthening of RC beams using Stainless Steel Wire Mesh - Experimental and Numerical study

PublisherTechno Press

Volume Number67

Page Number391-401

Published YearAugust 2018

ISSN/ISBN No1225-4568

Indexed INScopus

Shear Strengthening of RC Beam using Stainless Steel Wire Mesh

Book Chapter

Book NameAdvances in Concrete, Structural & Geotechnical Engineering

PublisherBloomsbury India

Author NameShamsher Bahadur Singh, Dipendu Bhunia, G Muthukumar

Page Number452-457

Chapter TitleShear Strengthening of RC Beam using Stainless Steel Wire Mesh

Published YearFebruary 2018

ISSN/ISBN No9789387471696

Indexed INScopus

Biofibre Reinforced Concrete

Book Chapter

Book NameAdvances in Structural Engineering

PublisherSpringer India 2015

Author NameMatsagar V.

Page Number1655-1672

Chapter TitleBiofibre Reinforced Concrete

Published YearDecember 2014

ISSN/ISBN No978-81-322-2186-9

Indexed INScopus

Evaluation of infiltration rate of pervious concrete pavement model by varying perforation patterns of pipes

Conference

Title of PaperEvaluation of infiltration rate of pervious concrete pavement model by varying perforation patterns of pipes

Proceeding NameUKIERI Concrete Congress

OrganizationDr B R Ambedkar National Institute of Technology Jalandar, Punjab

Year , VenueMarch 2019 , Jalandhar, Punjab

Page Number1022-1030

Indexed INOthers

Influence of VSI aggregates on the properties of pervious concrete

Journal

Journal NameJournal of Structural Engineering

Title of PaperInfluence of VSI aggregates on the properties of pervious concrete

Publisheri-manager

Volume Number7

Page Number35-40

Published YearMay 2018

ISSN/ISBN No2278-7887

Indexed INIndian citation Index

Comparative Study of Mechanical Properties of Concrete using Waste Foundry Sand

Conference

Title of PaperComparative Study of Mechanical Properties of Concrete using Waste Foundry Sand

Proceeding Name6th Nirma University International Conference

OrganizationNirma University

Year , VenueNovember 2017 , Ahemdabad

Evaluation of Mechanical Properties and light transmission of Light transmitting Concrete

Conference

Title of PaperEvaluation of Mechanical Properties and light transmission of Light transmitting Concrete

Proceeding Name6th Nirma University International Conference

PublisherCRC Press

OrganizationNirma University

Year , VenueNovember 2017 , Ahemdabad

Parametric Study of pervious concrete with changing cement content and w/c ratio

Journal

Journal NameIndian Concrete Journal

Title of PaperParametric Study of pervious concrete with changing cement content and w/c ratio

PublisherACC limited

Volume Number91

Page Number19-25

Published YearJune 2017

ISSN/ISBN No0019-4565

Indexed INScopus

EVALUATION OF STRENGTH, PERMEABILITY AND VOID RATIO OF PERVIOUS CONCRETE WITH CHANGING W/C RATIO AND AGGREGATE SIZE

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology

Title of PaperEVALUATION OF STRENGTH, PERMEABILITY AND VOID RATIO OF PERVIOUS CONCRETE WITH CHANGING W/C RATIO AND AGGREGATE SIZE

PublisherIAEME

Volume Number7

Page Number276-284

Published YearAugust 2016

ISSN/ISBN No0976-6308

Indexed INScopus

TO DEVELOP METHOD TO FIND OUT PERMEABILITY AND VOID RATIO FOR PERVIOUS CONCRETE

Conference

Title of PaperTO DEVELOP METHOD TO FIND OUT PERMEABILITY AND VOID RATIO FOR PERVIOUS CONCRETE

Proceeding NameThree- Day International Conference on “Innovations in Structural Engineering (IC-ISE- 2015)

OrganizationUniversity College of Engineering, Osmania University, Hyderabad

Year , VenueMarch 2015 , Hydrabad, India.

ISSN/ISBN No9788173719868

STUDY OF NO COARSE AGGREGATE EPS BASED CONCRTE UNDER DIFFERENT PARAMETERS

Conference

Title of Paper STUDY OF NO COARSE AGGREGATE EPS BASED CONCRTE UNDER DIFFERENT PARAMETERS

Proceeding NameThree- Day International Conference on “Innovations in Structural Engineering (IC-ISE- 2015)

OrganizationUniversity College of Engineering, Osmania University, Hyderabad

Year , VenueMarch 2015 , Hydrabad, India.

ISSN/ISBN No9788173719868

PARAMETRIC STUDY OF PERVIOUS CONCRETE WITH CHANGING VOID CONTENT

Conference

Title of PaperPARAMETRIC STUDY OF PERVIOUS CONCRETE WITH CHANGING VOID CONTENT

Proceeding NameProceedings of UK India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI) Congress

PublisherJointly organized by UKIERI, NIT Jalandhar, Gurunanak Dev Engg. College, Univ. of Birmingham , Uni. Of Zagerb, Trinity College, Dublin, etc.

OrganizationDr. B. R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology , Jalandhar, India.of Technology , Jalandhar

Year , VenueMarch 2015 , Jalandhar

Parametric Study of Pervious Concrete with Changing Cement Content and w/c Ratio

Journal

Journal NameIndian Concrete Journal

Title of PaperParametric Study of Pervious Concrete with Changing Cement Content and w/c Ratio

Volume NumberVolume 91, Issue 6

Page Number19-25

Published YearJune 2017

The effect of polypropylene fibres within concrete with regard to fire performance in structures

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Structural Survey

Title of PaperThe effect of polypropylene fibres within concrete with regard to fire performance in structures

PublisherEmerald

Volume NumberVol. 26(5)

Page Number435-444

Published YearDecember 2008

Measurement of dynamic properties of linear system using shake table

Conference

Title of PaperMeasurement of dynamic properties of linear system using shake table

Proceeding Name16th Symposium on Earthquake Engineering

PublisherISET

Author NameProf. Yogendra Singh and Prof. B. K. Maheswari

OrganizationDepartment of Earthquake Engineering, IIT Roorkee

Year , VenueDecember 2018 , IIT, Roorkee

Study of Sawdust Concrete Blocks Properties as Construction Materials

Book Chapter

Book NameAdvances in Concrete, Structural & Geotechnical Engineering

PublisherBloomsbury India

Chapter TitleStudy of Sawdust Concrete Blocks Properties as Construction Materials

Published YearFebruary 2018

ISSN/ISBN No978-93-87471-69-6

Behavior of Steel MR Frame Building using Reduced Beam Section

Journal

Journal NameThe IUP Journal of Structural Engineering

Title of PaperBehavior of Steel MR Frame Building using Reduced Beam Section

PublisherThe IUP Journal of Structural Engineering

Volume Number10

Page Number26-34

Published YearApril 2017

ISSN/ISBN No0974-6528

Experimental Study of Seismic Response of different Structural Systems

Book Chapter

Book NameTechnology Drivers: Engine for Growth

PublisherTaylor and Francis

Chapter TitleExperimental Study of Seismic Response of different Structural Systems

Published YearOctober 2018

ISSN/ISBN No9781138560420

Indexed INOthers

Experimental Study of Seismic Response of different Structural Systems

Conference

Title of PaperExperimental Study of Seismic Response of different Structural Systems

Proceeding NameNUiCONE 2017

PublisherTaylor and Francis

OrganizationNirma University

Year , VenueNovember 2017 , Nirma Univeristy

Comparison between Critical Path Method (CPM) and Last Planners System (LPS) for Planning and Scheduling METRO Rail Project of Ahmedabad

Conference

Title of PaperComparison between Critical Path Method (CPM) and Last Planners System (LPS) for Planning and Scheduling METRO Rail Project of Ahmedabad

Proceeding NameLecture Notes in Civil Engineering

PublisherSpringer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.

Author NameViraj Parekh , Karan Asnani, Yashraj Bhatt and Rahul Mulchandani

Year , VenueDecember 2019 , Hanoi, Vietnam

Page Number519-524

ISSN/ISBN No2366-2557

Indexed INScopus

Application of Six Sigma on METRO Rail Construction Project

Conference

Title of PaperApplication of Six Sigma on METRO Rail Construction Project

Proceeding NameLecture Notes in Civil Engineering

PublisherSpringer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.

Author NameViraj Parekh , Kushal Solanki and Nishit Prajapati

Year , VenueDecember 2019 , Hanoi, Vietnam

Page Number567-572

ISSN/ISBN No2366-2557

Indexed INScopus

Design of Water Supply Network for New Gandhinagar Area

Conference

Title of PaperDesign of Water Supply Network for New Gandhinagar Area

Proceeding NameNational Conference on Transportation and Water Resource Engineering

Author NameRaj Modi, Viraj Parekh, Ruchika Lalit

OrganizationNational Conference on Transportation and Water Resource Engineering

Year , VenueApril 2015 , L.D.College of Engineering, Ahmedabad

Page Number327-331

ISSN/ISBN No978-93-85056-39-0

Comparative Analysis of PGA-MMI Relationship for January 26th, 2001 M7.6 Bhuj Earthquake

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Applied Engineering Research

Title of PaperComparative Analysis of PGA-MMI Relationship for January 26th, 2001 M7.6 Bhuj Earthquake

PublisherKrishi Sanskriti Publications

Volume Number2 (3)

Page Number249-253

Published YearMarch 2015

ISSN/ISBN No2349-8404

Passive Solar Building

Journal

Journal NameInternational Journal of Applied Engineering Research

Title of PaperPassive Solar Building

PublisherResearch India Publication

Volume Number9 (3)

Page Number351-356

Published YearJanuary 2014

ISSN/ISBN No0973-4562

Indexed INScopus