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Case Study of STROME WATER DRAINAGE SYSTEM of Vadodara City. Student Name: Dabhekar Nishant C (120500106009), Patil Hemant M (130503106008); Guided by: Ratansharan Panchal; Abstract: A project case study carried out on the storm water drainage system, conventional method of drainage system of Vadodara city. Also, survey work carried out on faulty design of drainage system in the areas, solution and alternatives to stop water logging on roads.
Evaluate the Performance of Various INDUSTRIAL WASTE MATERIALS IN CONCRETE Student Name: Nakarani Yogesh M (110500106029), Bhut Santosh H (120500106003), Vachhani Ankit S (110500106040), Sakariya Darshan C (120500106031); Guided by: Jaimin Shah; Abstract: The primary aim of this research is to evaluate the durability of concrete made with foundry sand.This research has shown that replacing some percentage of natural aggregates by foundrysand causes negligible degradation in strength.
Statistical Analysis of CBD Bottleneck Traffic Student Name: Shethwala Faizan M (120500106016), Sindha Aniruddhasinh R (120500106025), Soni Samarth S (120500106057), Sonvane Paritosh D (130503106015); Guided by: Sandeep Khorasiya; Abstract: Efficient transportation plays a wide role in economy of any developing country like India. It is very important to study about the CBD traffic for the future planning and providing TSM actions. A statistical and modern approach to solve various traffic flow parameters (types of vehicles, flows, densit
Analysis of Self Supported RCC Chimney Student Name: Parekh Krunal P (120500106029), Kharodawala Munira K (120500106058), Sawant Pooja S (130503106011), Thakor Vaibhavi M (130503106016); Guided by: Vikrant Prajapati; Abstract: Parametric study on chimney from height 150 m to 250 m. Our aim is to predict along different locations, wind response of tall chimneys of different height and diameter with analytical approach taken as per IS 4998-1992 (PART I) and compare with corresponding experimental values.
Sky Bus – A Morden Mass Transit System Student Name: Desai Dhruv (110503106007), Patel Pratik (100500106008), Patel Rachit (100500106025), Sorathia Saket (100500106026); Guided by: Vikram Patel; Abstract: Rapid transit in India consists of bus, metro, monorail and light rail systems.In a sky bus idea The vehicles could operate on an elevated guideway, at ground level or below street level.
Study of Green Building and its Technologies Student Name: Raj krunal (100500106028), Patel Vanraj (100500106023), Baria Dipak (100500106037), Peerzada Juned (100500106027); Guided by: Finhasali Chinwala; Abstract: In order to have a productive green home, you need to be able to cut costs when required. This means using less electricity and trying to eliminate the products that have a negative impact on the environment.
Recycled Aggregate Concrete Student Name: Movaliya Brijesh (100500106058), Shinde Niraj (100500106059), Patel Nipun (100504106101); Guided by: Ankit Patel & Mamata Rajgor; Abstract: Crushed recycled concrete can also be used as the dry aggregate for brand new concrete if it is free of contaminants. Also, concrete pavements can be broken in place and used as a base layer for an asphalt pavement through a process called rubblization.
Post tension design Student Name: Upadhyay Yashpal R (110500106009), Shah Poojaben R (110500106012), Motisariya Mitulbhai B (110500106016), Rushi Archit K (110500106026); Guided by: Tausif Kauswala; Abstract: Post-tensioning is a method of reinforcing (strengthening) concrete or other materials with high-strength steel strands or bars, typically referred to as tendons.
Construction Methods in Saline Region Student Name: Sapara Viranchi M (110500106005), Patel Himani A (110500106035), Sahani Rahul M (110500106056), Patel Upal J (110500106062); Guided by: Jaimin Shah; Abstract: Salts are a natural part of the Australian landscape. Concentrated salt and different types of salt, once dissolved and mobilised in water, can have an impact on the durability of some building material. This project looks at: 1. how salts get into building material 2. the effect salt and water can have on some building
A Study based on Performance of Concrete with Partial Replacement of Steel Slag and Paper Waste Student Name: Patel Nisarg V (100500106021), Kotadiya Ekta A (110500106004), Moradiya Gopalbhai B (110500106048), Patel Jignesh H (110500106057); Guided by: Mithilesh Pandya; Abstract: The primary aim of this research is to performance of concrete with partial replacement of steel slag and paper waste.
Structure analysis by FEM (finite element method) Gopika S Pillai, Shah Amiben R., Rathva Kailash T., Daivik Haribhai Patel, Mehta Harsh V. The finite element method is a numerical method for solving problems of engineering and mathematical physics. Typical problem areas of interest include structural analysis, heat transfer, fluid flow, mass transport and electromagnetic potential. The application of FEM in a structural stimulation, FEM helps tremendously in producing stiffness and strength visualizations also in minimizing weight, materials and costs. It also used in human knee joints and micro level load calculations. To solve the problem, it is subdivided in smaller elements from large problems, which are called finite elements. Thes
Comparison between Normal Brick with Alum Block Most of the industrial RCC chimneys are tall structures with circular cross sections. Industrial Chimneys are generally intended to support critical loads produced by seismic activity and Wind. In the design of tall chimneys, estimation of exact wind loads is very difficult. Parametric study on chimney from height 150m to 250m.Our aim is to predict along different locations, wind response of tall chimneys of different height and diameter with analytical approach taken as per IS 4998-1992 (PART
Dream Village-A case study of Bakrol village Dream village knows about its citizen’s available resources, applicable service & schemes. It knows what needs & when its needs. Human society is developing with rapid momentum and achieved various successes for making its livelihood batter. The current study mainly aimed to develop bakrol village. The provision made in this work is to be provide basic amenities like proper drainage system, water facilities, recreation areas, transportation facilities, educational facilities, primary health c
Analysis and Design of Water and Waste Water System of Darjipura Village This poster concerns for the design of rural water distribution and waste water disposal system in developing countries. Most of population of India is staying in rural area. At end of nineteen century, community is not getting water at their resident and not disposed out waste water in the village. But water supply and waste water disposal is basic need of human being and it is directly effect on human health. Indian government is decided to provide safe, regular and adequate water to the commu
Noise Barrier on Road side: A case study of Fatehgunj Bridge, Vadodara Noise is not a new phenomenon. Cities have always been noisy places and traffic has always been a source of noise. However with growing levels of traffic, expanding economies, higher population density, and higher expectations of quality of life, noise has become an important issue in the development and operation of road networks. Consequently, noise walls have become a necessary and highly visible component of most modern road networks.
Recycling and reuse of waste water by Ozone The waste water recycling and reuse methods are now a days mendetory and improvements in this field is needed as of that we have developed the new ways and working on this project so that waste water will get in use
Solar roadway Hearing the concerns about global warming and knowing our dependency on fossil fuels the solar road imagined to develop roadways with solar panels. This technology combines a transparent driving surface with underlying solar cell, electronics and sensors to act as solar array with programmable capability. The idea is to replace the current asphalt roads with solar panel roads to generate electricity. This technology can also be used in other open spaces like parking lots, drive through, walking
MEASURES TO REDUCE TRAFFIC CONGESTION PROBLEM A CASE STUDY - DUMAD CROSS ROAD,VADODARA Traffic Congestion Has Been One Of The Major Issues That Most Large Cities Are Facing Offendable Measures Being Taken To Mitigate And Reduce It. In The Recent Year, Traffic Congestion Has Appeared As One Of The Key Challenges For Planner And Engineers In Urban Areas. Modern Social And Economic Structures Shaped By Car Oriented Urban Development Major Growth In Vehicle Ownership, And Due To Which Congestion Occurs In Urban Life.The location approaches are NE-1 and Vadodara, NE-1 and Savali, NH-48
Recycling and reuse of waste water by Ozone Kharva Jay R., Gupta Hemant S., Makwana Rishabh K., Mishra Niraj S., Argade Mayank N., Chandka Aakash A. The waste water recycling and reuse methods are now a days mandatory and improvements in this field is needed as of that we have developed the new ways and working on this project so that waste water will get in use.
Pull-out capacity behaviour of FRP-headed rebars Bhaliya Akshay, Bharvad Rahul, Doshi Vinay, Jangid Shreekant, Patel Krinesh The investigation on pull-out capacity of the new development fibre reinforcement polymer (FRP) headed rebars to be used in reinforced concrete structure. FRP-headed bars provide a practical alternative to hooked bars and eliminate congestion problem caused by standard hooks. FRP-headed bar is also used to minimize slip, ease of placement, and more accurate dimension of reinforcing cages. In this investigation on the pull-out capacity of the new developed FRP-headed bars to be used in the reinforced concrete structure. The variables used for experimental work are development length of headed bars. Different size
Feasibility study of FSEC unit platform for pedestrian traffic- a concept of electricity generation Shaily barot, Jayraj batha, Jainam Bhavsar, Chetan bambhaniya, Jignesh Suthar As a developing country, most obvious characteristics for urban road traffic where conflicts between pedestrian and motor vehicles occur frequently. Aim of the project is to provide individual pedestrian road or footpath made with piezoelectric mechanisms. A piezoelectric road will produce electricity from the stress experienced by roads due to movement of people. The main purpose behind this is just to enhance the rising energy demands of global consumption through traffic separation.