International Conference on Innovation & Research in Engineering, Science & Technology (ICIREST-19)

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Parametric Study of Different Staging Pattern with Pushover Analysis of Water Tank
Country :: India
Authors :: Ganesh G. Tembhurne || Sanjay K. Bhadke
Page No. :: 01-06

The present study investigates the formulation of key factors for the modifying factor of the seismic response of the RCC framed staging of the elevated water reservoir. The analysis revealed that three main factors, called reserved force, ductility and redundancy, affect the real value of the response change factor and therefore must be taken into account when determining the change of the appropriate response to be used during the seismic design process. The evaluation of the response modification factor is carried out using a nonlinear static pushover analysis. Pushover analysis is an advanced tool for performing static nonlinear analyzes of framed structures. It is used to evaluate non-linear behavior and provides the sequence and mechanism for forming the plastic hinge..........

Keywords – Response reduction factor, Seismic design, Static nonlinear pushover analysis, SAP 2000,STAAD Pro.

[1]. "Seismic Behavior of RC Elevated Water Tank under Different Staging Pattern and Earthquake Characteristics", by Ayazhussain M. Jabar, International journal of advanced engineering research and studies e-issn2249–8974, IJAERS, Vol. I, Issue III, pp.293- 296,April-June, 2012.
[2]. Seismic performance of circular elevated water tank with framed staging system", by Madhukar Gaikwad and Madhuri Manglulkar,international journal of advanced research in engineering and technology (IJARET) , ISSN 0976 – 6499(online) volume 4, issue 4, may (2013).
[3]. "Formulation of Response Reduction Factor for RCC Framed Staging of Elevated Water Tank using Static Pushover Analysis", by Bhavin patel and Dharashaha, Proceedings of the World Congress on Engineering 2010 Vol IIIWCE, London, U.K. ISBN: 978- 988-18210-8-9ISSN: 2078-0958 (Print); ISSN: 2078-0966 (Online),2010, June 30 - July 2, 2010.
[4]. "Performance of Elevated Tanks in Mw 7.7 Bhuj Earthquake of January 26th, 2001", by Durgesh C Rai, International journal of advanced engineering research Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. (Earth Planet. Sci.), 112, No. 3, pp. 421-429, September 2003.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Effect of Different Types of Dampers in Design of High Rise Building for Dynamics Loads
Country :: India
Authors :: Needhi V. Daharwal || Amey R. Khedikar
Page No. :: 07-14

The current trends toward buildings of ever increasing heights and the use of light weight, high strength materials, and advanced construction techniques have led to increasingly flexible and lightly damped structures. Understandably, these structures are very sensitive to environmental excitations such as wind, ocean waves and earthquakes. Structural control is one area of current Research that looks promising in attaining reduce structural vibrations during loading such as earthquakes and strong winds. There are three primary classes of supplemental damping devices, categorized into three corresponding control strategies............

Keywords: Dampers, high rise building, dynamics loads, SAP2000.

[1]. Mr. Muralidhara G B, Mr. Naranagowda, Mrs. Swathi Rani K S," Seismic Vibration Control of a MDOF Building Connected with Viscous and SAVFD Dampers", International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 5, Issue 7, July 2015 1 ISSN 2250-3153
[2]. Alireza Farzampour, Arash Kamali Asl," Performance of Tuned Mass Dampers in Vibration Response Control of Base-Excited Structures",Journal of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering 2017; 2(3): 87-94
[3]. Mudabbir Imran, Dr. B. K. Raghu Prasad, "SEISMIC RESPONSE OF TALL STRUCTURES USING TUNED MASS DAMPERS", International Journal of Research in Engineering and Applied Sciences(IJREAS) Available online at Vol. 7 Issue 5, May-2017, pp. 81~98 ISSN (O): 2249-3905, ISSN(P): 2349-6525 | Impact Factor: 7.196 | Thomson Reuters Researcher ID: L-5236-2015
[4]. U. P. Vijay, P. R. Kannan Rajkumar and P. T. Ravichandran," Seismic Response Control of RC Structure using ViscoElastic Dampers ",Indian Journal of Science and Technology, Vol 8(28), DOI: 10.17485/ijst/2015/v8i28/85366, October 2015 ISSN (Print) : 0974-6846 ISSN (Online) : 0974-5645.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Investigation of Steel Building for Analysis of Seismic Performance
Country :: India
Authors :: Sanjio D. Gajbhiye || Sanjay K. Bhadke
Page No. :: 15-19

Seismic analysis is a non-linear static procedure that uses a simplified non-linear technique to estimate seismic structural deformations. It is an incremental static analysis that is used to determine the forcedisplacement relation or the capacity curve for a structure or a structural element. The analysis involves applying horizontal loads, in a prescribed model, to the structure incrementally, that is, pushing the structure and tracing the total applied cutting force and the associated lateral displacement in each increment, up to the condition of structure or collapse. In art, a computer model of the building is subject to a lateral load of some form (ie inverted or uniform triangular)...........

Keywords:Seismic Analysis, Nonlinear Static analysis, Performance point, Capacity curve.

[1]. "Seismic Analysis for Cold Formed Storage Rack Structures" by Sreedhar Kalavagunta, Sivakumar Naganathan and Kamal NasharuddinBin Mustapha, Jordan Journal of Civil Engineering, Volume 6, No. 4, 2012.
[2]. "Descriptive Study of Seismic Analysis inRCC Structures of Rigid Joint", by Yousuf Dinar, Md. Imam Hossain, Rajib Kumar Biswas, Md. Masud Rana, IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE).
[3]. "Seismic Analysis of Multy Story Building", by D.N. Shinde, Nair Veena, Pudale Yojana, IJRET: International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology.
[4]. IS 1893-1984, "Criteria for earthquake resistant design of structures" Bureau of Indian standards, new Delhi.
[5]. "Assessment of current nonlinear static procedures for seismic evaluation of buildings", by Erol Kalkan, Sashi K. Kunnath, Elsevier Ltd. 2006.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Comparing the Effect of Earthquake on High Rise Buildings With & Without Shear Wall and Flanged Concrete Column Using STAAD Pro
Country :: India
Authors :: Sumit A. Paul || Amey R. Khedikar
Page No. :: 20-28

The earthquake never kills people, but the defective structures. The stability and rigidity of any structure is the main concern in every high-rise building. Partitions are structural elements that resist lateral forces that dominate the resisting frame at the moment. The shear walls are the most preferred structural walls for earthquake resistance. This research concerns the comparison of the shear wall speed structure with durable construction time type. The present study states three type of model, moment resisting frame i.e. model I, Shear wall building concentrically located along X- axis on outer periphery of building i.e. model II and concrete column flange concentrically located on outer periphery along the X-axis i.e. model III. Model............

Keywords: RC Shear wall, Flanged concrete column, Analysis and Comparison, STAAD Pro V8i SS5, Lateral Forces and Earthquake Loading.

[1]. B. Ramamohana Reddy, M. Visweswara Rao, "Earthquake Resistant Design of a Building Using Shear Wall", International Journal & Magazine of Engineering, Technology, Management and Research (IJMETMR), ISSN No: 2348-4845, Vol. 2, Issue 10, October 2015, pp.415-421.
[2]. P. P. Chandurkar, Dr. P. S. Pajgade, "Seismic Analysis of RCC Building with and Without Shear Wall", International Journal of Modern Engineering Research (IJMER), ISSN No: 2249-6645, Vol. 3, Issue. 3, May - June 2013, pp.1805-1810.
[3]. Alokkumar A. Mondal, Miss. Deepa Telang, Mrs. Gitadevi. B. Bhaskar, "Comparing the Effect of Earthquake on High-Rise Building with Shear Wall and Flange Concrete Column", International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), ISSN No: 2321-9653, Vol. 5, Issue. 7, July 2017, pp.697-711.
[4]. Mr. Alokkumar A. Mondal, Mrs. Gitadevi B. Bhaskar, Miss. Deepa. Telang, "Comparing the Effect of Earthquake on Shear wall building and Non-Shear Wall Building – A Review", International Research Journal of Engineering & Technology (IRJET), e-ISSN No: 2395-0056, p-ISSN No: 2395-0072, Vol. 4, Issue. 6, June 2017, pp.3286-3289.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Comparative Analysis and Design Of Flat Slab & Grid Slab In Multistoreyed Building Under Seismic Condition
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms. Priyanka Chandanshive || Prof. Sandeep Gaikwad
Page No. :: 29-32

The flat slab construction is one in which the beam is used in the conventional methods of construction. The slab directly rests on column and the load from the slabs is directly transferred to the columns and then to the foundation. Drops panel or columns are generally provided with column heads or capitals. Grid Slab systems consisting of beams spaced at regular intervals in perpendicular directions, monolithic with slab. They are generally designed for large rooms such as vestibules, auditoriums, theatre halls, show rooms of shops where column free space is often the main requirement............

Keywords: Grid Slab, flat slab, spacing of grids beams, Etabs

[1]. Amit A. Sathawane, R.S. Deotale, "Analysis And Design Of Flat Slab And Grid Slab And Their Cost Comparison"
[2]. K.N. Mate, Volume 4 Issue 6, June 2015 Study of Flat Slab, International journal of science and research (IJSR), pp.1106- 1110.
[3]. Techi Tata, Volume 03 Issue 09, Sep-2016 Study of Behaviors of Building with Flat Slab, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), pp.1333-1339.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: An Electro-Mechanical Technique For Structural Identification and Health Monitoring Using Piezo-Impedance Transducers
Country :: India
Authors :: Payal Rangari || Sanjay Bhadke
Page No. :: 33-39

Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) aims to develop automated systems for the continuous monitoring, inspection and damage detection of structures with minimum labour involvement. The first step to set up a SHM system is to incorporate a level of structural sensing capability that is reliable and possesses longterm stability. Smart sensing technologies including the applications of fibre optic sensors, piezoelectric sensors, magnetostrictive sensors and self-diagnosing fibre reinforced composites, possess very important capabilities of monitoring various physical or chemical parameters related to the health and therefore, durable service life of structures. In particular, piezoelectric sensors...........

Keywords: Structural Health Monitoring, piezoelectric sensor, fibre optic sensor

[1]. J. W. Ayres, F. Lalande, Z. Chaudhry, and C. A. Rogers, ―Qualitative impedance-based health monitoring of civil infrastructures,‖ Smart Materials and Structures, vol. 7, no. 5, pp. 599–605, 1998.
[2]. S. Park, C.-B. Yun, Y. Roh, and J.-J. Lee, ―PZT-based active damage detection techniques for steel bridge components,‖ Smart Materials and Structures, vol. 15, no. 4, pp. 957–966, 2006.
[3]. G. Park, H. H. Cudney, and D. J. Inman, ―Impedance-based health monitoring of civil structural components,‖ Journal of Infrastructure Systems, vol. 6, no. 4, pp. 153–160, 2000.
[4]. Y. Yang, Y. Y. Lim, and C. K. Soh, ―Practical issues related to the application of the electromechanical impedance technique in the structural health monitoring of civil structures. I. Experiment,‖ Smart Materials and Structures, vol. 17, no. 3 , Article ID 035008, p. 14, 2008.
[5]. C. K. Soh, K. K.-H. Tseng, S. Bhalla, and A. Gupta, ―Performance of smart piezoceramic patches in health monitoring of a RC bridge,‖ Smart Materials and Structures, vol. 9, no. 4, pp. 533–542, 2000

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Analysis and Design of Deck Slab Culvert for different Mix Design And Span
Country :: India
Authors :: Tehsin Raza || Amey R. Khedikar
Page No. :: 40-44

Culverts are required to be provided under earth embankment for crossing of water course like streams, Nallas across the embankment as road embankment cannot be allowed to obstruct the natural water way. The culverts are also required to balance the flood water on both sides of earth embankment to reduce flood level on one side of road thereby decreasing the water head consequently reducing the flood menace. Culverts can be of different Shapes such as arch, slab and box. These can be constructed with different material such as masonry (brick, stone etc.) or reinforced cement concrete. In this project we design deck slab culvert and also compare them by using different mix design and span.

Keywords: Deck slab, culvert, Stream, Nallas, Water Head.

[1]. Neha Kolate, Molly Mathew, Snehal Mali, "Analysis and design of RCC box culvert", International Journal of Scientific& Engineering Research, Volume 5, Issue 12, December-2014.
[2]. IS : 456 - 2000 :- Plain and Reinforced concrete- Code of Practice.
[3]. IRC : 6-2000 :- Standard Specification and Code of Practice for Road Bridges section II
[4]. IRC : 21-2000 :- Standard Specication and Code of Practice for Road Brigdes section III
[5]. IRC : 5-1998 :- Standard Specifications and code of Practice for Road Bridges

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Seismic Analysis by Variances in Irregularities of R.C.C. Structure
Country :: India
Authors :: Diksha U. Mujmule || Prof. Sandeep Gaikwad
Page No. :: 45-48

In recent years the topic of seismic loads and analysis has become of increasing importance in all over the world. This is due largely to the frequency of large magnitude seismic events that have been witnessed, often in large metropolitan areas, typically resulting in tragic loss of life. As a direct result greater efforts have been made to understand and quantify loads that might be experienced during an earthquake. But now-a-days depending on the location's seismicity, its soil properties, the natural frequency of the structure, and its intended use, this method was refined to enable increasingly adequate designs. Buildings have longer periods of vibration and periods of vibration, composed largely of orthogonal, closely spaced modes. Hence, Equivalent static analysis method was adopted...........

Keywords: Equivalent static analysis, ETABS, Natural Frequency.

[1]. Mahdi shariati, Nor Hafizah ramli-sulong, Mohammad Mehdi Arabnejad k.h, Payam shafigh and Hamid sinaei, ―Assessing the strength of reinforced concrete structures through ultrasonic pulse velocity and schmidt rebound hammer tests‖, Scientific research and essays vol.6 (1)-2011.
[2]. Dr. Gopal L. Rai, ―Different strenghtening techniques for R.C columns‖, R and M international pvt. Ltd.
[3]. Pravin S Waghmare, ―Jacketing technique for retrofitting of structures‖, International journal of advanced engineering research and studies, Vol. I, Issue: 15-2011
[4]. Bhavar Dadasaheb O, Dhake Pravinchandra D, Ogale ramesh A,― Retrofitting of existings R.C.C building by method of jacketing‖, International journal of research inmodern engineering and emerging technology Vol 1, Issue:5-2013
[5]. A.k. Singh, Dr. R.S. Jangid, Dr. Gopal L. Rai, ―Structural Retrofitting - a case study, Municipal Corporation, Mumbai-2009

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Analysis and Design of Rcc Silo Structure by Considering Indian Seismic Zones
Country :: India
Authors :: Akshita Meshram || Prof. Sanjay k. Bhadke
Page No. :: 49-52

RCC Silos are used by a spacious range of industries to store bulk solids in quantities ranging from a few tones to hundreds or thousands of tones. The term silo includes all forms of particulate solids storage structure that might otherwise be referred to as a bin, hopper, grain tank or bunker. Silos are very demanding in cement industries. Hence RCC silos are widely used for storage of granular materials as they are an ideal structural material for the building of permanent bulk-storage facilities for dry granular like fillings. Initially concrete storage units are economical in design and reasonable in cost. Concrete can offer the protection to the stored materials, requires little maintenance, is aesthetically pleasing, and is relatively free of certain structural hazards such as buckling or denting..............

[1]. S. K. Kothiya, H. L. Kheni and J. Gadhiya, "A Review on Parametric study on Design of Silo," IJAERD, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 603-606, 2015.
[2]. D. H. Pambhar and S. R. Vaniya, "Design and Analysis of Circular Silo (R.C.C) for Storing Bulk Materials," IJAREST, vol. 2, no. 5, pp. 1-5, 2015.
[3]. N. K. Shenbagam, M. S. Loganayagan and N. V. Manjunath, "Studies on Economical Design of Bunkers," IJARCSSE, vol. 4, no. 9, pp. 417-429, 2014.
[4]. A. Ansari, K. Armaghan and S. S. Kulkarni, "Design and Optimization of RCC Silo," IJRASET, vol. 4, no. 6, pp. 458-466, 2016.
[5]. [5] K. Kharjule and C. Nayak, "Lateral analysis of elevated reinforced concrete silos," IJPRET, vol. 4, no. 9, pp. 411-421, 2016.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Investigation of Post Tensioned Segmental Bridge by IS Code Method
Country :: India
Authors :: Apeksha D. Naharkar || Amey Khedikar
Page No. :: 53-56

For development of industrial society and global economic expansion, the construction of long span bridges nowadays has rapidly increased. Beside, the construction methods have undergone refinement and they have been further developed to cover many special cases such as progressive construction of cantilever bridges, span-by-span construction of simply supported or continuous spans, balanced cantilever method etc. Currently, among these construction methods, the segmental construction of post-tensioned bridges has been recognized as one of the most efficient type for bridges. This method has great advantages over other kinds of construction, particularly in urban areas where temporary shoring would disrupt traffic and services below, in roadways and over waterways where falsework would not only be expensive...........

[1]. Aimin Yuan, Hangs Dai, Dasong Sun and Junjun Cai, Behaviors of segmental concrete box beams with internal tendons and external tendons under bending,Journal of Engineering Structures, Science Direct, Vol. 48 (2013), pp 623–634.
[2]. Algorafi M. A, A. A. A. Ali, M. S. Jaafar, Othman, M. P. Anwar and R. Rashid, Effect of torsion on externally prestressed segmental concrete bridge with shear key,American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Vol. 1.1 (2009), pp 28-35.
[3]. B. H. Solanki and Prof. M. D. Vakil, Comparative study for shear design using IRC 112:2011 and IRC 21:2000, International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research, Vol. 4 (2013), pp 1331-1334.
[4]. Chirag Garg and M. V. N. Siva Kumar, Study of basic design of a precast segmental box girder bridge, International Journal of Civil Engineering, Vol. 3 (2014), pp 103-111.
[5]. Hardik R. Trivedi, Segmental bridge design of prestressed box superstructure for cantilever construction, International Journal of Bridge Engineering, Vol. 2 (2014), pp 49-82.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Parametric Study by Using Various Methods of Seismic Retrofitting Analysis for RCC Structure
Country :: India
Authors :: Pallavi S. Moon || Amay Khedikar
Page No. :: 57-59

This paper consist of various parametric study of seismic retrofitting technique for Reinforce cement concrete(RCC) structure. The building performance is reduces in terms of safety level, strength or capacity due to the variety of causes or situations such as alteration of building units, deterioration of concrete, unskilled work, heavy loads due to extension of structure etc. This is a more difficult scenario for a structural engineer than designing and constructing a new building. Enhancement of the performance of such a deficient buildings can be done by increasing the strength and the strength of building can be increased by the process of retrofitting. The output of a retrofitted structure is aimed higher than that of original structure. Among some retrofitting techniques for strengthening the structure jacketing is applied for strengthening proposed existing structure which is located at low seismicity region............

Keyword: Non destructive testing (NDT), Seismic retrofitting technique, STAAD Pro

[1]. Sudhir K. Jain, Srikant T, (2002), analysis for seismic retrofitting of buildings,The Indian concrete journal, pp 479-484.
[2]. Lakshmanan D, (2006), seismic evaluation of retrofitting of building and Structures, ISET journal of earthquake technology, 43(1- 2), pp 31-48.
[3]. Giusepe Oliveto, Massimo Marleta, (2005), seismicretrofitting of reinforced concrete buildings usingtraditional and innovative techniques, ISET journalof earthquake technology, 42(2-3), pp 21-46.
[4]. Mahdi shariati, Nor Hafizah ramli-sulong, Mohammad Mehdi Arabnejad k.h, Payam shafigh and Hamid sinaei, "Assessing the strength of reinforced concrete structures through ultrasonic pulse velocity and schmidt rebound hammer tests", Scientific research and essays vol.6 (1)-2011.
[5]. Dr. Gopal L. Rai, "Different strenghtening techniques for R.C columns", R and M international pvt. Ltd.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Parametric Study on Design Various Steel with Various Design Codes for Selecting a Better Option for Construction of Steelstructure
Country :: India
Authors :: Pradip Ramchandra Ilamkar || Sanjay Bhadke
Page No. :: 60-61

Construction projects require many decisions. A key decision is to find the most effective option, as well as determining which process could produce ideal results. Construction work is done mainly by two types, Steel structures and Concrete structures. Following are some points how Steel structure is advantageous over concrete structure. This chapter presents briefly review of relevant studies of various papers published related to this dissertation. The main objective of this literature is to explore related studies of analysis and design used in this dissertation of analysis and design of conventional steel building and pre-engineered building..

Keywords: Seismic load, stresses, shear force, high rise building, staad Pro, bending moment, deflection

[1]. Charkha, Sanklecha (2014),"Economizing Steel Building using Pre-engineered Steel Sections", Volume 2, Issue 2,PP:01-10.
[2]. Sager Wankhade (2014), "Review paper on comparison of conventional steel building and pre-engineered building" , volume 2,No.5, E-ISSN : 2321-9637.
[3]. Sudhir Singh Bhadoria, Yash Pathak," Comparative study of Pre-engineered Building and Conventional Steel Structures", International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), Volume: 04 Issue: 09, Sep -2017
[4]. Ravikumar, Sandip (2010),"Study of Economic Aspects of Cold-Formed Steel over Hot Rolled Steel for Purlins", International Conference on Engineering Optimization.
[5]. Roshan,Valsson (2012),"Building Design Using Cold Formed Steel Section",Volume 1,Issue 2,PP:01-16..

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Parametric Study of Seismic Effect on R.C.C. Structure Considering With and Withoutstaircase Model at Multiple Location
Country :: India
Authors :: chandrashekhar bhiwaji gawalkar || Sanjay Bhadke
Page No. :: 62-65

Analysis, design and modelling of the structure constitute the three major activities in structural engineering practices. Generally structural analysis and design are coupled processes. The structural frame of a building consists of floor and roof slab, and supporting beams ,columns and foundation. All the components of the frame are usually cast together forming a monolithic construction. The resulting frame acts as one integral unit. The rigidity of the connection is also desirable or rather essential for resisting horizontal loads like wind load or earthquake load. While designing the model of building we can calculate the analytical result and from that result we accordingly design different component of building. These are foundation, column, slab, RCC wall, water tank, staircase etc..

Keywords- Seismic load, stresses, shear force, high rise building, staad Pro, bending moment, deflection

[1]. XuanXua and Weiguo Song,(1999) "Staircase Evacuation Modeling and Its Comparison with an Egress Drill", ACI Journals, vol.6, pp 266-278,1999.
[2]. C. Bellidoa, A. Quiroza, A. Panizoa and J.L. Torerob, (2009) "Performance Assessment of Pressurized Stairs in High Rise Building", Fire Technology 45 (2), pp. 189-200, 2009.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Performance Analysis of in filled RC Frames in Earthquake Region Using STAAD.Pro
Country :: India
Authors :: Trupti S. Shewalkar || Amey R. Khedikar
Page No. :: 66-69

Now a days construction of RC frame structure is common due to the simplicity in construction. Infill walls are mainly used for partition and insulation purpose rather than structural purpose. However, during earthquake these infill contributes to the response of the structure and the behavior of the infill frame building is different from that predicted for bare frame structure. Infill behave like a compression strut between column and beam .For this purpose linear dynamic analysis have been performed on masonry infill RC frame structure to study influence of variation of strength of structure with n without infill wall , effect of infill on dynamic parameter like natural period , story drift, story shear, displacement and hinge status . In this effect of infill on high rise building is studied. All analysis is carried out by software STAAD PRO v8i.............

Keywords- Infill walls, Seismic force, Soft story, Natural period , STAAD Pro.

[1]. Siamak Sattar And Abbie B. Liel (2010) , "Seismic Performance Of Reinforced Concrete Frame Structures With And Without Masonry Infill Walls."
[2]. Wakchaure M.R, Ped S. P (2012) ,Earthquake Analysis of High Rise Building with and Without In filled Walls , International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology (IJEIT) Volume 2, Issue 2, August 2012
[3]. M. S. Razzaghi And M. Javidnia (2015) , "Evaluation Of The Effect Of Infill Walls On Seismic Performance Of RC Dual Frames"
[4]. Luis Decanini, Fabrizio Mollaioli, Andrea Mura, Rodolfo Saragoni (2004) , "Seismic Performance Of Masonry Infilled R/C Frames" , 13th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering Vancouver, B.C., Canada August 1-6, 2004 Paper No. 165

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Analysis and Design of Intze Type Water Tank
Country :: India
Authors :: Ankita D. Katkar || Sanjay K. Bhadke
Page No. :: 70-73

Water is life line for every kind of creature in this world. All around the world liquid storage tanks are used extensively by municipalities and industries for water supply, fire fighting systems, inflammable liquids and other chemicals. Thus Water tanks plays a vital role for public utility as well as industrial structure having basic purpose to secure constant water supply from longer distance with sufficient static head to the desired location under the effect of gravitational force. In such situations elevated water tanks become an important part of life. According to seismic code IS 1893(Part-1):2000, more than 60% of India is prone to earthquakes. The analysis was conducted as per the specifications of IS 3370

Keywords- Elevated water tank, Gravitational force, Intze reservoir,STAAD Pro.

[1]. Jain Sudhir K., Sameer U.S., 1990, ―Seismic Design of Frame Staging For Elevated Water Tank‖ Ninth Symposium on Earthquake
Engineering (9SEE-90), Roorkey, December 14 -16, Vol-1.
[2]. Sudhir K.Jain&O.R.Jaiswal, September - 2005, Journal of Structural Engineering Vol-32, No.03.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Earthquake Resistant Design of Low-Rise Open Ground Storey Framed Building
Country :: India
Authors :: Pratyush Kumar || Aasif M. Baig
Page No. :: 74-81

Present study RC framed building (G+10) with open ground storey located in Seismic Zone- II, III, IV and V is considered. The main objective of present study is the study of strengthing performance of Open ground storey(OGS) buildings according to various cases such as: (a) bare frame building (b)building with uniform infill in all storey (c) building with OGS (d) OGS with stiffer column (e) OGS with corner shear wall (f) OGS with corner cross bracing (g) OGS with composite columns. The separate models were generated using commercial software ETABS. Infill stiffness was modeled using an equivalent diagonal strut approach. Parametric studies on displacement, storey drift, shear force, bending moment and base shear have been carried out using equivalent static analysis to investigate the influence of this parameter on the behavior of building with OGS.

Keywords- stiffness, infill wall, equivalent diagonal strut, strengthing of OGS building, seismic analysis

[1]. Holmes, M. (1961) Steel frames with brick and concrete infilling. Proceedings of Institution of Civil Engineers.
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[3]. Riddington, J. R. and S. B. Smith (1977) Analysis of infilled frames subject to racking with design recommendations. The Structural Engineer.
[4]. Davis, P. R., (2009) Earthquake Resistant Design of Open Ground Storey RC Framed Buildings. Ph.D. Thesis, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai.
[5]. Smith, S. B. (1966) Behaviour of Square Infilled frames. ASCE Journal of the Structural Division. 92. 381-403

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: EnvironmentFriendlyArt and Architecture practices by Gond Tribals of Gadchiroli District, Vidarbha
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms. Aboli S. Hiwarkar || Mrs. Kalpana R. Thakare
Page No. :: 82-95

Today, worldis in a state of environmental degradation where a thought with its step is welcome to make usage of appropriate materials and related technology/ies. Tribal is a community of people at the world's level who are contributing major in terms of appropriate materials usage and technology thereof helping in environmental protection. Gonds are the Tribals from Gadchiroli region of Vidarbha,Maharashtra belonging to central zone of India. Gond Tribals are continuing their specific type of Art, Culture and Architecture related to materials available locally along with the usage of its appropriate technology. This paper is an attempt to study the Vidarbha's Tribal Art, Culture and Architecture in terms of appropriateness to the level of being Environment Friendly Art and Architecture.

Keywords- Tribal Community, Resource use, Appropriate Technology, Environmental Friendly Art, Environmental Conservation.

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