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

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Utilization of Waste Plastic in Paver Blocks
Country :: India
Authors :: R. Kant || P. Jaiswal || A. Ghude || Prof.K.Bele
Page No. :: 01-04

The aim of this project is to replace bonding of given by cement in paver blocks with melted plastic waste .Around 5.6 million tonnes of plastic waste is generated in country per annum. The degradation of plastic is very long process, it may take thousands of years. Hence, project is helpful in reducing plastic waste .In this project, we have used plastic waste in different ratio with fine and coarse aggregate. The paver blocks were prepared and tested .The results showed more strength as compared to paver blocks.

[1]. B. shanmugvalli, K. Gowtham, P. Jeba Nalwin, "Reuse of plastic waste in paver blocks" 2017.
[2]. Thirugnanasambantham, P. Tharun Kumar, R. Sujithra, R. Selvarman, P. Bharathi, "Manufacturing and testing of plastic sand bricks" 2017 .
[3]. Dinesh S., Dinesh A., Kirubakaran K., "Utilization of waste plastic in manufacturing of bricks and paver blocks" January 2016.
[4]. Lairenlakpam Billygraham Singh, "Manufacturing bricks from sand and waste plastics", March 2017.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Design Of Elevated Circular Water Tank Using Is-3370:2009
Country :: India
Authors :: Roshan Y. Gawarle || Himani Dakare || Palash A. Wagh || Naina Dokare || Shankumar V. Kummari || Dhanashree sawarbandhe || Amey R. Khedikar
Page No. :: 05-11

The water tank is used to store water to tide over the daily requirements. Water tanks can be of different capacity depending upon the demand requirement of a municipal corporation. water which covers about 71% of the earth surface. This paper gives an overall designing procedure of an Overhead Circular tank using LIMIT STATE METHOD from IS-3370:2009. the crack width was also checked by a limit state of serviceability IS-3370: 2009. It was observed that in case of limit state design cost required is less. Obviously, the circular water tank is more economical compared to the square tank. This paper gives, the theory behind the design of a liquid retaining structure, Elevated circular water tank with a domed roof, circular wall, top ring beam, flat base slab, and bottom beam are design with limit state method.

Keywords: Economical Design, IS-3370:2009, Limit State Method, IS-456:2000, Elevated circular water tank

[1]. Asati Ankush N., KaduMahendra S. in (2014), "Seismic investigation of R.C.C. elevated water tank for different staging patterns"
[2]. Bhandari M, Singh Karan Deep (2014),"Comparative study of design of water tank"
[3]. Bhandari M, Singh Karan Deep (2014),"Economic design of water tank of different shapes"
[4]. Dixit B Patel. Patel. Chirag. N. (2016), " review paper overhead water tank considering Fluid-Structure-Soil Interaction"
[5]. Dona Rose K J, Sreekumar M, Anumod A S (2015), "A study of overhead water tanks subjected to dynamic loads"

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: State of Art on Daylight and Energy Analysis on Residential Building
Country :: India
Authors :: Shariful Mondal || Juee Manole || Aishwarya Girde || Md. Gulfam Pathan
Page No. :: 12-15

Site planning and orientation of the building plays an important factor at the early stage of any construction of a building. To find the best position of windows, size and shape of openings and the materials to enhance the comfort to the occupants and reduce the energy consumption. The orientation of a building decides the amount of day light and natural ventilation which can enter the building. Daylight of any region decides wall window ratio which can be analysed using daylight analysis. Daylight Analysis also represents the concept of Green Building. By using varied material for any building, energy usage can be minimized which is need for today's society. Daylight and Energy Analysis is conducted in various software's such as 3DS Max...........

[1]. Yuehong Su" ARiview of Daylighting Strategies in Schools: of the Art and expected Future Trends" Building 2017,7,41; doi:10.3390/buildings7020041
[2]. Mahesh B Sonawane and Sumedh Y Mhaske "Day-lighting estimation and analysis in residential apartment building: GIS based approach" 2016 IOP Conf. ser.: Earth Environ. Sci 37 012024
[3]. Mohamed Gomaa, WassimJabi "Evaluating Day-lighting Analysis of Complex Parametric Facades" Evalution – Volume 2 – eCAADe34 2016
[4]. R A Achsani, S Wonorahardjo and F X N Soelami "A Vision of Daylight Technologies for High-Rise Residential Building in Tropic" HABITechno 3 International Conference 2018
[5]. LudwingVaca" Architectural form, orientation, and energy for residential design" University of Nevada, Las Vegas December 2015

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Green Mix Concrete
Country :: India
Authors :: Vishal Keswani || Soham Chaware || Nikhil Bawane || Prof. R. H. Mohankar
Page No. :: 16-19

The aim of this project is to replace raw materials of concrete with waste from industries like Fly ash, Marble powder and Scrap Tyre rubber. Around 163.56 million tonnes Fly ash, 7 million tonnes marble waste and 90,000 metric tonnes waste Tyre are generated every year in India. The degradation of this waste is very long process and hence project is helpful in reducing and recycling the waste. In this Project we have partially replaced Fly ash with cement, Marble waste with sand and waste tire rubber with coarse aggregate. With proper mix design cubes were caste and tested for their strength............

Keywords— Fly ash, Waste marble powder, Waste tyre rubber

[1]. Mr. Aalok D. Sakalkale (2014), "Experimental study on use of waste marble dust in concrete", Int. Journal of Engineering Research and Applications, ISSN : 2248-9622, Vol. 4, Issue 10( Part - 6), pg no.44-50
[2]. Tapeshwar Kalra & Ravi Rana(2015), "A Review on fly ash concrete", International Journal of Latest Research In Engineering and Computing (IJLREC), Volume 3, Issue 2 , Page No. 7-10
[3]. Carolyne Namagga & Rebecca A. Atadero(2009), " Optimization of fly ash in concrete", 2009 World of Coal Ash (WOCA) Conference – Lexington, KY, USA
[4]. M. Mavroulidou & J. Figueiredo(2010), "Discarded tyre rubber as concrete aggregate", Global NEST Journal, Vol 12, No 4, pg no 359-367
[5]. Dr. S. L. Patil, J. N. Kale & S. Suman (2015), "Fly Ash Concrete: A technical analysis for compressive strength", Suman et al, International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Studies E-ISSN2249–8974

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: To Study the Strength of Concrete by Adding Wollastonite in It
Country :: India
Authors :: M. BorkarS.Zade || B. Dongre || P. Sakharkar
Page No. :: 20-29

In the present year of grace, the most extensively used material in the construction industry is for sure the concrete. One of the main constituent of concrete is cement. And this fact should be one of the main concerns that cement production causes emission of large amount of carbon dioxide gas into the atmosphere and so this exhale of gases further leads to the contribution in the green house effect. So taking this unwell consequence into considersation we have come up with a choice. A choice to cement which is wollastonite. Wollastonite is naturally occurring mineral and is cheaper when compared to cement. So in this project particular we are studying the strength properties of concrete by adding wollastonite in it to some desirable percentage with simultaneously replacing the cement percentage by maintaining W/C ratio. This would further help in reducing cement production and thus the green house effect at some extent.

[1]. PawanKalla, Aditya Rana, YogBahadur Chad, AnuragMisra, Laszlo Csetenyi, "Durability studies on concrete containing wollastonite", Journal of Cleaner Production(2017)
[2]. Dr. K. M. Tajne, P.S. Bhandari, "Properties of Concrete Containing Wollastonite", International Journal of Emergining Trends in Engineering and Basic Sciences (IJEEBS)(2017)
[3]. ] N. I. Demidenko, L. I. Podzorova, V. A. Skorokhodov, V. Ya. Shevchenko, "Wollastonite as a new ki nd of Natural Material", Science for Ceramic Production(2016)
[4]. ShubhamDahiphale, Kabir Khan, KshitijTikhe, "Properties of Concrete containing wollastonite", International Journal of Engineering Research in Mechanical and Civil Engineering(IJERMCE)(2016)
[5]. Vikram Singh Meeena, Deven Singh, "Wollastonite : An Energy Efficient Building Material ", International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development(IJTSRD)(2015)

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Study on Lifting of Residential Structures
Country :: India
Authors :: Mr. Sarfaraz Ansari || Mr. Aman Yadav || Mr. Ibrahim Ahmed || Mr. Neeraj Deshmukh
Page No. :: 30-34

This project explains the detail study of house lifting. Lifting of House is the process of separating a building from its foundation and temporarily raising it with hydraulic screw jacks. The reason why we are choosing this project is the increasing of road level due to overlay. Many people can suffer a lot of problems in future due to overlay and they don't know how to overcome this problem mainly in rainy season. Therefore we decided this project. If our house is below the street level and sewage water regularly flows in, relocation is not the best solution. With today's technology we can easily raise the level of our house and that too without any risk. It's time to save money and live in the same house which you are used to living in. Being more specific, houses that are put up in low-lying areas often face a big issue.............

Keywords: House Lifting Technology, Relocation, Low Lying area, Heavy Inflow of water

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[2]. House Lifting from Floods and raising the house http:// twogrant- house/fromfloods.html.
[3]. International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science (IJLTEMAS)
[4]. House-lifting technology has potential to save hundreds. |

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Seismic Analysis of Multistoried RCC Building frames in Zone V
Country :: India
Authors :: Bhakti R. Kharwade || Rhishikesh D. Ingole || Krunal M. Nandagawali || Shital C. Patle
Page No. :: 35-40

Earthquake resistant structures are structures designed to protect the buildings from earthquakes. While no structure can be entirely immune to damage from earthquakes, the goal of earthquake resistant construction is to erect a structure that fare better during seismic activity than their conventional counterparts. The analysis of a structure to determine the forces and deformations induced in RCC frames due to applied static loads such as dead load and live load and dynamic loads due to earthquake is a necessity in the design of an earthquake resistance structure. In this paper, the modeling and analysis of three structures are carried out with the help of SAP-2000 (v.16.0.0) software. For validation of SAP-2000 the comparison of manual analysis of Equivalent Static Method is made with SAP-2000 for base shear. The seismic loads are calculated as per the provisions in IS 1893: 2002. The main objective of this paper is to study the seismic behavior of RCC building with different heights.

Keywords: Equivalent static method, SAP 2000, base shear.

[1]. Pankaj Agarwal, Manish Shrikhande, "EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT DESIGN OF STRUCTURES", Prentice Hall of India, 2006.
[2]. IS 1893 2002 (Part 1).
[3]. Suchi Nag Choudhary and Dr. P. S. Bokare, "DYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF MULTISTOREY BUILDING USING RESPONSE SPECTRUM METHOD AND SEISMIC COEFFICIENT METHOD- A COMPARISON", International Jounal of Innovative Science & Technology, Vol. 4 Issue 6, June 2017.
[4]. Prof. SakshiManchalwar, AkshayMathane, SaurabhHete and TusharKharabe, "COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SEISMIC ANALYSIS OF 3-STOREY RC FRAME", International Jounal of Innovative Science & Technology, Vol. 5, Issue 4, April 2016.
[5]. Raghavendra Rao K and Dr. M RameGowda, "COMPARATIVE STUDY OF EQUIVALENT STATIC ANALYSIS AND RESPONSE SPECTRUM ANALYSISON FLAT SLABS USING ETABS", International Journal of Engineering and Technology, Volume 3, Issue 8, Aug 2016.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Seismic Analysis of Multistorey RC frame structure with shear wall effect and finding its optimal location
Country :: India
Authors :: Palash Wanjari || Indrayani Holkar || Aarti Bisen || Mrs.S.A.Manchalwar
Page No. :: 41-49

An earthquake is the shaking of the earth surface they are caused by sudden movement of the earth's tectonic plates or seismic waves. Earthquake causes hazardous losses of life as well as structures. To overcome this problem many researchers are focusing on designing the earthquake resistant structure. Shear walls are one of the most commonly lateral load resisting mechanism used in high rise buildings. It has high strength which can be used to simultaneously resist large horizontal loads and support gravity loads. Thus it is very necessary to find out the optimum location of shear wall. Shear wall arrangement must be absolutely accurate, because if not, it will cause deflection as well as many negative forces acting on a building. In this paper seismic analysis of G+6 storey building is carried out in E-Tabs. Study carried for finding the effect of shear wall and choosing it's optimum location in a multistory building frame by changing locations. The responses of building frame are determined with optimum location of shear wall using both Equivalent Static Method and Response spectrum Analysis.

Keywords: Shear Wall, Optimization, Seismic Forces, Concrete Structures.

[1]. Ashwini A. Gadling, Dr. P. S. Pajgade(2016), Review On Analysis And Design Of Rcc Shear Wall With And Without Openings, International Journal Of Engineering Research And Application,
[2]. Anil Baral, Dr. Sk.Yajdani P.G. Student(2015), Seismic Analysis Of Rc Framed Building For Different Position Of Shear Wall" Vol. 4, Issue 5, May 2015 Department Of Civil Engineering, A.U. College Of Engineering (A), Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India1 Assistant Professor, Department Of Civil Engineering, A.U. College Of Engineering (A), Visakhapatnam, Andhra International Journal Of Innovative Research In Science, Engineering And Technology (An Iso 3297: 2007 Certified Organization)
[3]. G.S Hiremath ,Md Saddam Hussain ,(2014) "If Exchange In Schererville Location Which Uniform In Getting To Class In High Rise Building", International Journal Of Science And Research (Ijsr), Issn (Online): 2319-7064, Impact Factor: 3.3584.
[4]. J. Tarigan "The Effect Of Shear Wall Location In Resisting Earthquake"IOP Conference series, Department Of Civil Engineering, Faculty Of Engineering, Universitas Sumatera Utara: Iop Conf. Series: Materials Science And Engineering 309 (2018) 012077

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Collection of Municipal Solid Waste for a city by using CPM
Country :: India
Authors :: Prof. Anmol W.Dongre || Rohini N. Lohakre || Avantika P. Turak || SumitB.Bildani || Kshitij N. Attharkar
Page No. :: 50-56

Solid waste management has become a major problem in our country. Due to industrialization and urbanization the generation of solid waste is growing day by day. However, the most difficult and main component of MSW is proper collection of solid waste. If it is not designed properly, then it has its worst impact on labour operational and transport cost and has the negative effect on environment. Almost 70% of total MSW management cost is spent on the collection and transportation of the solid waste. Hence the slight improvement in the collection method can result into the significant saving of overall cost. After carrying out detail study about the waste management in the city, we found that.............

Keywords- Municipal solid waste management (MSW), CPM

[1]. Donald D. Eisenstein, Ananth V. Iyer, "Garbagr collection in Chicago: Dynamic schedualing model," Management science, vol. 43, no. 7, 1997.
[2]. A. Jalizadeh, A. Parvaresh, "Evaiuation of chronological aspects of collection and trasportation of municipal solid waste system in URMIA," Health Science Engineering, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 267-277, 2005.
[3]. Claudia Andrea Arribas, Carola Alejandra Blazquez, Alejandro Nelson Lamas, "Urban solid waste collection system using mathematical modelling and tools of geographic information systems," (wm&r)Waste Management & Research journal, 2009.
[4]. Seiied Taghi Seiiedsafavian1, Ebrahim Fataei, "Designing storage, collection and transportation system of," 2nd International Conference on Biotechnology and Environment Management ,IPCBEE, vol. 42, 2012.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Application Of Industrial Waste In The Manufacturing Of Self Compacting Concrete
Country :: India
Authors :: Anurag S. Ambadkar || Vitthal P. Pawar || Akshay S. Kadam || Sagar R. Raut
Page No. :: 57-60

To meet special architectural configurations Production of Workable concrete with the ability to fill up concrete in closely spaced reinforcement, to give good structural efficiency and adequate durability. Selfcompacting concrete (SCC) is a advanced concrete that does not require vibrations for placing and compaction. It is capable of filling the formwork completely and under full weight, even in the presence congested reinforcements. The popularity of using self-compacting concrete (SCC) in concrete construction has increased in many countries, as the SCC effectively reduces the need for skilled workers on the construction site it is cost effective. Nowadays, the purpose of environmental orientation...........

Key Words:Self-compacting concrete, fly ash, super plasticizer, strength properties, Nan-su method for mix proportions.

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[2]. H. Okamura, "Self Compacting High Performance Concrete" – Ferguson Lecture for 1996,"
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[4]. The European guideline for self compacting concrete, may 2005
[5]. Testing SELF COMPACTING CONCRETE (SCC): Measurement of properties of fresh SELF COMPACTING CONCRETE (SCC)
[6]. Dinesh, Harini.S, Jasmine Jeba.P, Jincy.J, Shagufta Javed "EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON SELF COMPACTING CONCRETE".

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Paper on Experimental Investigation on Concrete Paver Block and Plastic Paver Block
Country :: India
Authors :: Nitin D. Arsod || Pratik V. Kannao || Kartik V. Nehare || Preeti V. Ban
Page No. :: 61-66

India is a developing country and construction of roadways and buildings plays a main role in overall development. As the demand of paver block is increasing day by day for construction of the roadways the requirement is very high and it is necessary to find sustainable alternative to concrete paver block. The paver blocks are normally used in construction of roadways, specifically in construction of footpaths, parking areas, garden, temporary road etc. The main objective of this work is to use PVC plastic replacing cement and reduces cost and to give sustainable solution pollution. In this work PVC plastic is used as partial replacement of cement in percentage in o, 10, 20, 30. Plastic is harmful material for human beings, animals, nature etc.; in India per year around 40 million tonns PVC plastic are use. In this work it is found experimentally that Plastic paver block gives better strength as compare to conventional paver block.

Keyword: paver block, PVC plastic waste, compressive strength, crushed stone.

[1]. Ganesh Tapkire, Satish parihar, Pramod Patil and Hemraj R Kumavat, "Recycled plastic used in concrete paver block", International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology(IJRET).
[2]. International Journal of Civil and Structural Engineering Volume 1, No 4.
[3]. Ankit Arora and Dr. Urmil V. Dave "Utilization of plastic waste in concrete" International journal of students research in technology & management.
[4]. M.S. Shetty "Concrete Technology", S. Chand & Company Limited.
[5]. IS 15658: 2006, "Precast concrete blocks for paving- specification", Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi, India.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Effect of Aggregate Gradation on Performance of Concrete
Country :: India
Authors :: AshfaqueAnsari || Sadaf Afreen || Saima Rahman || Himanshu Bhongade || Anwar Ahmed
Page No. :: 67-74

Concrete is a versatile material, it has been used widely for the construction and for the rapid development of the country. We are very familiar about the physical and chemical properties of concrete i.e strength, durability and composition. and, with the various material used for making it with their physical and chemical properties. The properties of concrete easily get effected with the various factor that are workability, water cement ratio, exposure condition and types and size of aggregate and most importantly the gradation of aggregate. In concrete 70 to 80% of volume is occupied by the aggregate...........

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[3]. Okonkwo V O and Arinze Emmanual E (2018), 61-67 , the American journal of engineering research (AJER) Volume 7. " A study of effect of aggregate proportioning on concrete properties"‟.
[4]. Abdullahi (2012),International Journal of Civil And Structural Engineering,Volume 2."Effect of aggregates on compressive strength of concrete ".
[5]. K.PVishalakshi,V.Revathi,S.Sivamurthy Reddy (2018),Published on Elsevier.Ltd ."Effect of type of coarse aggregates on the strength properties and fracture energy of normal and high strength concrete‟.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Pervious Concrete as an Environment Solution for Storm Water Collection
Country :: India
Authors :: Farhanullah Khan || Samiksha Narnaware || Huzaifa Ansari || Riyaz Khan || Sohail Sheikh
Page No. :: 75-83

Pervious concrete is a new concrete with high porosity which usually used for flat work applications in order to allow water to pass through it, and by that it reduces the volume of direct water runoff from a site and increases the quality of storm water and water pollution. Due to the high flow rate of water through Pervious concrete pavement, rainfall can be captured and percolate into the ground, recharging groundwater, supporting sustainable construction, reducing storm-water runoff, and providing a solution for construction that is sensitive to environmental concerns. In urban areas especially where the land is very expensive, pervious concrete pavement and its sub-base may provide a good amount of water storage capacity which eliminates the need for precipitation runoff containment strategies..........

Keywords- Pervious concrete,Impervious surfaces, rainwater harvesting, rainwater management, Water Quality.

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[2]. Deepak Khare, Ramakand, Ojha and Srivatsava RK (2004) "Impact assessment of rainwater harvesting on ground water quality at Indore and Dewas, India" J. Indian Water Works Assoc. 36(2), 123-128
[3]. James, W. and von Langsdorff, H. (2003) "The Use of Permeable Concrete Block Pavement in Controlling Environmental Stressors in Urban Areas" Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Concrete Block Paving (PAVE AFRICA 2003), 12th -15th October 2003, ISBN Number: 0-958-46091-4.
[4]. Jing Yang, Guoliang Jiang ((2003) "Experimental study on properties of pervious concrete pavement materials", Cement and Concrete Research 33, 381–386.
[5]. Manual of "Rainwater Harvesting and Conservation" (2002), Consultancy service Organization, Central Public Works Department, Govt. of India, [6] Mondal, N. C. and V. S. Singh (2004). "A new approach to delineate the ground water recharge zone in hard rock terrain". J.Geol.Soc. India. 87(5): 658-662.