Title : Use of recycled plastic in canal Lining
Guide Name : Prof. Nitin Patel

M. Tech civil (Environmental)

Group Members : 1. AbidiShuja Abbas

2. ItkapalleNageshwar

3. Pal PavanRajnath

4. ShetyeVinitVivekanand

Abstract               : A large percentage of water is lost through seepage in canals which is approximately 25-40%. The selection of canal lining material is mainly dependent upon the degree of water tightness which is essential for design and construction of canal. According to the survey of Central Pollution Control Board, India generates annually about 5.6 million tonnes of plastic waste, out of which 40% can be recycled. Plastic waste creates adverse impact on environment. Hence to protect environment this plastic waste must be recycled & reused. This study proposes alternative composite canal lining material using recycled plastic. The proportion of ingredients of the lining material & its manufacturing outline is studied. The canal lining structure is designed in CATIA and checked for static and hydrostatic stresses using ANSYS software. Dynamic stresses coming on section are also analysed using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis. The results showed that the composite canal lining structure is safe under different stresses. Laying of composite lining section is carried out in five stages i.e, excavation on site, preparation of subgrade, laying of lining section, fixing of lining section by battening, filling concrete on joints. Data of Jaunpur branched canal system, Uttar Pradesh is used to calculate benefit cost ratio. Since benefit cost ratio is more than one, composite canal lining structure is justified.

 

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Title                      : Systems for Monitoring Parameters of a Construction Project
Guide Name        : Prof. MrunaliniDeshmukh

M. Tech Civil (Structural)

Group Members : 1.      BandodkarAniketNagesh

2.      Jain Chirag Mahendra

3.      Panchal DinkalBharatbhai

4.      Singh NishantOnkarnath

Abstract               : Construction industry is an integral component of a nation’s infrastructure and plays an important role in economic growth through multiple effects on other sector of economy. Due to an increasingly competitive environment, construction companies are forced to be more efficient and achieve competitive operational advantage. Companies are always looking for improvements in equipment features, communication tools, efficient management techniques, and training human resources. Construction companies are also narrowing their focus, becoming specialists in certain types of construction projects. This specialization requires more focused project planning and controlling techniques that prove to be better for certain type of projects while providing specialized construction services.Many problems and issues are being faced by the construction industry, major of them are cost overruns and time overruns due to inadequate project formulation, poor planning for implementation and improper management during execution. Many analysts state that average cost of project goes up by 30% as of the budgeted cost due to improper planning and scheduling. Observations show that proper skillful management is essential for a project to complete within time, estimated budget and with allocated resources. Providing good planning, proper organization, sufficient flow of resources to project can automatically achieve the desired result.  A warning mechanism must be present which can alert the organization about its possible success and failures throughout the project.
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Title                      : Nano Tech Building
Guide Name        : Prof. Modh. Yasir Khan

M. Tech Cvil (Town Planning)

Group Members : 1.      BelimMujahidRamzan

2.      Jain Kunj Dinesh

3.      Pandey Ashishkumar K.

4.      Singh Pankaj Sohankar

Abstract               : Man since his existence has been an active body. He stirs himself well to the use of his full energy and power to snatch the boons that God has scattered for him in the Universe .For this, he needs to move from place to place to fulfill his Desires. Now-a-days a common man on an average spends more than 11 hrs a day outside and away from his home to fulfill his day-to-day need in various corners of City .Thus the project aims is “To compress these facilities of city into one building and bring it as closer as possible to common man”

However the need of mankind have multiplied to such an extent that it is virtually impossible to satisfy them. Through this project we will try to cover most of the need for human beings and to build a compact building which generate its own power through green source, has an access to clean Energy and clean Water, uses biofuel and Insist on rain water harvesting and is full of parks and trees which ensure complete Carbon neutrality.

Along with planning of building this project aims in designing a building which is not only innovative but also endeavors to explore new facts of Civil Engineering.

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Title                      : Use of Pervious Concrete in Roads
Guide Name        : Prof. NilekhaMhapsekar

M. Tech Civil (Structure)

Group Members : 1.      Bhandarkar Suresh Vinayak

2.      Joshi Palak Dharmendra

3.      Patel BhavikBalubhai

4.      Sony RajeshkumarRamkripal

Abstract               : In many developed countries, the use of pervious concrete for the construction of pavements, car parks and driveways is becoming popular. In order to develop material specification for pervious concrete, it is necessary to conduct testing to evaluate the performance of this new type of high-performance concrete. In addition, carbon dioxide emission from cement production is significant and contributes to global warming which leads to undesirable climate change. Therefore, it is necessary minimise the use of cement in pervious concrete mixes by partially replacing the cement with industrial by-product, such as fly ash and slag which have been used successfully as supplementary cementitious materials in structural concrete mixes. The pervious concrete is produced by using conventional cementitious materials, aggregates, and water.

This concrete will be tested for its properties, such as density, porosity, compressive strength, water permeability and drying shrinkage. The most important property of pervious concrete is its water permeability.

 

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Title                      : Use of Foundry Cement in Concrete
Guide Name        : Prof.Prof. NilekhaMhapsekar

M. Tech Civil (Structure)

Group Members : 1.      Sharma Agneevesh

2.      Kajale Swapnil Sanjay

3.      Suthar Harsh Dinesh

Abstract               : Now-a-days the construction sector is exploring rapidly on a large scale and also involves new techniques for rapid and comfort works on the field. Concrete as a building material plays an important role in this sector. The consumption of natural resources as an ingredient of concrete, costs high as well as it is on verge of extent. These problems force us to recover the natural resources or to find an alternative option to overcome this problem. Presently, the production of waste foundry -sand as a by-product of metal casting industries causes various environmental problems. Usage of this waste in building material would help in reduction of stress on environment. Metal industries use foundry sand which is uniform sized, high quality

Silica sand that is bound to form aa mould for casting of ferrous and non-ferrous metal. Finer sand than normal sand is used in metal casting process. The burnt sand after the casting process of metal is reuse for many times but when it cannot be longer used it is removed from foundry as a waste for disposal known as “Waste foundry sand”. Use of waste foundry sand as a partial replacement or total replacement by fine aggregate in concrete leads in production of economic, light weight and high strength concrete. Concrete is a material which is composed of coarse aggregate, fine aggregate, cement, admixtures and water these each material in concrete contributes its strength. So, by partial or percentage replacing of material affects different properties of concrete. By using such waste material which harms the environment can be used for the development of low cost and eco-friendly building materials. In this study an experimental investigation is carried out by varying percentage of fine aggregate with used foundry sand to produce low cost and eco-friendly concrete.

 

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Title                      : Aerotopolis
Guide Name        : Prof. Modh. Yasir Khan

M. Tech Cvil (Town Planning)

Group Members : 1.      ChoudharyHardikManjibhai

2.      KalathiyaHardik Kumar

3.      Patel VikasRasikbhai

4.      Suthar Naresh Dhanpal

Abstract               : Airports of today are experiencing a great business evolution. Additionally, to their primary aeronautical services, they have developed a significant amount of non-aeronautical services and gaining a large share of revenues coming from non-aviation industry. The changes concern also airports’ direct neighbouring area. The new model of airport urban planning puts an airport in the centre and allows to build up variety of businesses and venues around it.

This concept first appeared in the 1970’s and was used for industrial and business parks in the vicinity of airfields. It is now used to describe the growth of aeronautical and non-aeronautical land developments occurring at airports. Urban planners acknowledge it as an urban form, a spatial manifestation of interaction between airport-centered commerce, real estate development, and multi modal transportation, which must also show the qualitative features of a city, such as density, access quality, environment, and services. Economists, however, disregard the urban dimension and define the airport city as clustering of economic functions at and around the airport, whereas airport operators see it as a model to promote the airport areas as attractive business locations.

Simply stated, an aerotropolis is a metropolitan sub-region whose infrastructure, land use and economy are centered on an airport. It consists of an airport’s aeronautical, logistics and commercial elements, and it connects transportation infrastructure with clusters of aviation-oriented businesses and residential developments that continually feed off each other and their proximity to the airport.

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Title                      : Redevelopment of residential Building
Guide Name        : Prof. Modh. Yasir Khan

M. Tech Cvil (Town Planning)

Group Members : 1.      Yadav HarishankarHansraj

2.      KhadelaYashAshokbhai

3.      Pathak KeshavShivshankar

4.      Mishra PriyaJayprakash

Abstract               : Redevelopment is defined as any new construction on a site that has a pre-existing structure. It helps upgrade the lifestyle of people currently living in the structure and also creates space for new people. Today many societies in Mumbai are in need of extensive repairs; however they find it difficult to arrange the funds required to carry out the same. Also, expansion in the size of families has created a need for larger spaces. Old societies have certain critical drawbacks which include lack of security, non availability of play areas for children, leakage problem, lack of attached toilets in the rooms, absence of parking lots and many more. Redevelopment helps in improving the strength of building,Most importantly, there is a substantial increase in the flat’s value and low maintenance costs post redevelopment. If any of the family / members require additional area in the same redeveloped building, it can be achieved by purchasing it from the developer and hence would enable the family to live in together. Redeveloped building can withstand with the new climatic and geographic conditions and is constructed with latest safety measures. Historically, redevelopment has been a very positive approach that has transformed many cities worldwide: few examples being that of Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Singapore.

 

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Title                      : REUCRETE ( The Replacement Of Fine Aggregate By Demolished Waste Concrete)
Guide Name        : Prof. MrunaliniDeshmukh

M. Tech Civil (Structural)

Group Members : 1.      Dave Aakash Prakash

2.      LodhaLokeshLaxmilal

3.      Patil Pranit Ashok

4.      Tilawat Abhishek Suryakant

Abstract               : Concrete is the most widely used material of construction all over the world. A huge quantity of concrete is consumed by global construction industry. In India, the traditional concrete is mostly produced by using natural sand obtained from the riverbeds as fine aggregate

In major cities there is a surge in construction and demolition concrete waste (CDCW) quantities causing an adverse effect on the environment. The use of such waste as Recycled fine-aggregate in concrete can be useful for both environmental and economic aspects in the construction industry. This study discusses the possibility to replace natural/crushed fine aggregate with demolished concrete waste (crushed fine aggregate) in structural concrete. An investigation into the properties of recycled concrete as a fine aggregate is made using crushing and grading of concrete rubble collected from different demolition sites and locations around the locality a total of 54 concrete mixes cubes forming nine groups will be cast. Groups will be designed to study the effect of demolished concrete waste (crushed fine aggregates) quality, content, cement dosage, use of admixture and partial replacement of natural/crushed sand etc. Tests will be carried out for different grade of concrete. The concrete rubble could be transformed into useful recycled fine aggregate and used in concrete production with properties suitable for most structural concrete applications in India. A significant reduction in the properties of Recycled fine aggregate concrete made of 100% was seen when compared to natural fine Aggregate.

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Title                      : Determination of Modulus of Elasticity of Bamboo
Guide Name        : Prof.Prof. NilekhaMhapsekar

M. Tech Civil (Structure)

Group Members : 1.      Desai KartikPinakin

2.      MahangadeNishantRamdas

3.      Prasad MukeshRajendra

4.      Tiwari  Devendra Kumar

Abstract               : The world timber demand is increasing at a rapid rate but the timber supply is depleting. It’s been found through research that bamboo can suitably replace timber and other materials in construction and other works. Industrially treated bamboo has shown great potential for production of composite materials and components which are cost-effective and can be successfully utilized for structural and non-structural applications in consumption. Bamboo is one of the oldest traditional building materials used by mankind. The bamboo culm, or stem, has been made into an extended diversity of products ranging from domestic household products to industrial applications. Bamboo is quite common for bridges, scaffolding and housing but it is usually used as a temporary exterior structural material. In many overly populated regions of the tropics, certain bamboos supply the one suitable material that is sufficiently cheap and plentiful to meet the extensive need for economical housing. With the advancement of science and technology and the tight supply of timber, new methods are needed for the processing of bamboo to make it more durable and more usable in terms of building materials. Studies have been carried out on the basic properties and on processing of bamboo into various kinds of composite products. Bamboo has several unique advantages like ability to grow fast with a high yield and also it matures quickly. Additionally bamboo can be grown

abundantly and that too at a lower cost which makes it more economical

 

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Title                      : Design of Sewage Treatment Plant
Guide Name        : Prof. Nitin Patel

M. Tech civil (Environmental)

Group Members : 1.      Dholakia KevalMahendra

2.      MalavePrasannaArun

3.      Raichura Jay Dharmesh

4.      UbalePradnyaDnyaneshwar

Abstract               : Sewage treatment plant is a facility that design to receive the wastewater and remove all the material that will effects the quality of water which compromising the public health and safety after wastewater has discharged into the receiving system. The main purpose of wastewater treatment is to allow industrial effluent, domestic and commercial used to be dispose in a proper manner without risking a human health and environmental because improper management of wastewater will contribute an environmental pollution, besides communicable disease will easy to spread due to presence of variety of pathogenic organism in wastewater. Conventional wastewater treatment processes is a process that involve a combination of physical, chemical and biological processes and operation to remove solid, organic matter and nutrient from wastewater.

Water quality is the physical, chemical and biological characteristics of water. It is a measurement used to measure the condition of water relative to the needs of one or more biotic species and or/to any human need or for some purpose. It is most frequently used by reference to a set of standards against which compliance can be assessed. The most common standards used to assess water quality relate to health of ecosystems, safety of human contact and drinking water.

 

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Title                      : Development from ordinary village to Ideal Village
Guide Name        : Prof. Prof. MrunaliniDeshmukh

M. Tech Civil (Structural)

Group Members : 1.      Gupta IndrajeetOmprakash

2.      Mandal Amit Sukhdev

3.      Rajput Naval Devnarayan

4.      Satam Rakesh Pramod

Abstract               : Artificial ground water recharge is the planned infiltration of effluents from waste effluents, storm water or surface runoff into the aquifer in order to increase the replenishment of ground water resources. Artificial ground water recharge refers todifferent ground water recharge techniquesthat release effluents from above the ground into the groundwater aquifer via soil percolation. Ground water recharge is increasing in popularity as groundwater resources are being depleted and saltwater intrusion is becoming a greater threat to coastal communities. Although the primary objective of this technology is to preserve or increase ground water resources, artificial recharge has been used for many other beneficial purposes. These include

additional treatment and conservation or disposal of treated waste water or flood waters, control of saltwater intrusion, storage of water to reduce pumping and piping costs as well as temporary regulation of groundwater abstraction. Moreover, artificial recharge is used in waste water treatment, secondary oil recovery, prevention of land subsidence, storage fresh water within Saline aquifers, crop development and stream flow augmentation.

 

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Title                      : Partial replacement of sand with quarry dust and cow dung ash in concrete
Guide Name        : Prof. NilekhaMhapsekar

M. Tech Civil (Structure)

Group Members : 1.      Dubey Gaurav Kamlesh

2.      Shah Mohd. RafiqMomd. Hanif

3.      SahManjeetprasad H.

4.      Vyas Miteshkumar R.

 

Abstract               : Concrete is most popular building material used all over the world. It is a mixture of paste and aggregates, or rocks. The paste, composed of Portland cement and water, coats the surface of fine (small) and coarse (larger) aggregates. Through a chemical reaction called hydration, the paste hardens and gains strength to form the rock-like mass known as concrete.

It is worth noting that cement and aggregates are manufactured or obtained from natural solid stone which is quarried, crushed, ground, screened and processed to give the required physical and properties. The same materials are then batched, mixed with water, transported, placed, compacted and cured to give concrete of desired shape which after it is hardened resembles a solid stone.

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Title                      : Comparative study of high performance concrete by using alccofine and steel fibre reinforcement
Guide Name        : Prof. NilekhaMhapsekar

M. Tech Civil (Structure)

Group Members : 1.      Dubey Roshan Premshankar

2.      Mehta Karan Umesh

3.      SenghaniJineshkumarHiralal

4.      WaniOnkarVarundavan

 

Abstract               : Concrete is a composite material composed of aggregate bonded together with a fluid cement which hardens over time. Most use of the term “concrete” refers to Portland cement concrete or to concretes made with other hydraulic cements, such as cement fondu. However, road surfaces are also a type of concrete, “asphaltic concrete”, where the cement material is bitumen. In Portland cement concrete (and other hydraulic cement concretes), when the aggregate is mixed together with the dry cement and water, they form a fluid mass that is easily molded into shape. The cement reacts chemically with the water and other ingredients to form a hard matrix which binds all the materials together into a durable stone-like material that has many uses. Often, additives (such  aspozzolans or superplasticizers) are included in the mixture to improve the physical properties of the wet mix or the finished material. Most concrete is poured with reinforcing materials (such as rebar) embedded to provide tensile strength, yielding reinforced concrete. Over 5% of global C02 emissions can be attributed to Portland Cement Production. Concrete is by far the most widely used construction material today. The versatility and mouldability of this material, its high compressive strength and the discovery of the reinforcing and prestressing techniques which helped to make up for its low tensile strength have contributed largely to its widespread use.

 

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Title                      : Analysis and Design of Parking Building
Guide Name        : Prof. NilekhaMhapsekar

M. Tech Civil (Structure)

Group Members : 1.      Gupta Santosh Omprakash

2.      Mondkar Karan Dilip Neeta

3.      VoraKrupaliKishor

4.      Yadav Rajdev Dindayal

Abstract               : As per INDIAN EXPRESS NEWS PAPER PUBLISHED ON, 28 MAY 2014 Mumbai city can currently accommodate day parking for only 3.3 lakh of the 22 lakh four wheelers that are registered and ply in the city, according to the Mumbai traffic police. with an annual addition of 50000 cars apart from, two wheelers , water tankers, school buses and commercial vehicles in the demand for parking space would only escalate each year.

The city’s vehicular density is 591 vehicles per square meter, compared to 163 vehicles per sq. m in New Delhi and the international average density of 300 vehicles per sq. m. This leads to crises and conflict on a daily basis. Hence the people park their car on streets sometimes double and triple parking. This obviously makes life difficult for drivers and for the traffic police who are unable to clear congested roads, making traffic jams inevitable. Experts say that traffic snarls in the city could be cut drastically if the problem of double lane parking is resolved.

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Title                      : Ground Water Quality Assessment   (Mira-Bhayandar)
Guide Name        : Prof. Nitin Patel

M. Tech civil (Environmental)

Group Members : 1.      NimbalkarNilimaKeshav

2.      Sharma Tarashankar R.

3.      ZingeKunal Pravin

Abstract               : Groundwater plays a fundamental role in shaping the economic and social health of many urban centers of India. Fast growing and emerging urban centers are demanding water to achieve higher growth rates. A limit on growth for both irrigation and urban development can be imposed in the vulnerable areas based on the factors identified in the study. In addition, these locations are surrounded by high industrial polluting units which degrade the quality of groundwater apart from existing contamination. This study is focused on ground water quality assessment of some parts of Mira-Bhayander in Thane District, Maharashtra.

 

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Title                      : Use of fly ash in self-compacting concrete
Guide Name        : Prof. Nitin Patel

M. Tech civil (Environmental)

Group Members : 1.      HiraniPranit Mahesh

2.      Padalkar Rohan Mahesh

3.      Shetty ShreyashSurendra

4.      Dalvi MedhaTushar

Abstract               : Advancements in technology demand many improved properties to the concrete like workability, flow ability, higher strength, durability etc. To overcome the difficulties like low workability and low flow ability, a new form of concrete designated as Self Compacting Concrete (SCC) was developed in 1988 by Okamura in Japan. Self-compaction is described as the ability of the fresh concrete to flow under its own weight over a distance without segregation and without using vibrators to achieve proper compaction. Sufficient number of investigations is necessary to get a clear idea about the factors affecting the strength, durability and long term behavior of SCC with fly ash. In this paper, high volume fly ash self-compacting concrete was produced with 12.5%, 18.75% , 25% , and 37.5% of the cement (by mass) replaced by fly ash. For these mixtures compressive strength (cube) was studied at 7th day, 28th day and 90th days with same water cement ratio (0:33). The test results for acceptance characteristics of self-compacting concrete such as slump flow test, J-ring test, V-funnel test and L-box test are presented. The mixes were then tested for other mechanical properties like, cube compressive strength at 7th day, 28th day,

and 90th day, cylinder compressive strength at 28th day, split tensile strength, and flexural  strength at 28th day. For all levels of cement replacement concrete achieved superior performance in the fresh and mechanical tests compared with the reference mixture.

 

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Title : Use of recycled plastic in canal Lining
Guide Name : Prof. Nitin Patel

M. Tech civil (Environmental)

Group Members : 1. AbidiShuja Abbas

2. ItkapalleNageshwar

3. Pal PavanRajnath

4. ShetyeVinitVivekanand

Abstract               : A large percentage of water is lost through seepage in canals which is approximately 25-40%. The selection of canal lining material is mainly dependent upon the degree of water tightness which is essential for design and construction of canal. According to the survey of Central Pollution Control Board, India generates annually about 5.6 million tonnes of plastic waste, out of which 40% can be recycled. Plastic waste creates adverse impact on environment. Hence to protect environment this plastic waste must be recycled & reused. This study proposes alternative composite canal lining material using recycled plastic. The proportion of ingredients of the lining material & its manufacturing outline is studied. The canal lining structure is designed in CATIA and checked for static and hydrostatic stresses using ANSYS software. Dynamic stresses coming on section are also analysed using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis. The results showed that the composite canal lining structure is safe under different stresses. Laying of composite lining section is carried out in five stages i.e, excavation on site, preparation of subgrade, laying of lining section, fixing of lining section by battening, filling concrete on joints. Data of Jaunpur branched canal system, Uttar Pradesh is used to calculate benefit cost ratio. Since benefit cost ratio is more than one, composite canal lining structure is justified.

 

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Title                      : Systems for Monitoring Parameters of a Construction Project
Guide Name        : Prof. MrunaliniDeshmukh

M. Tech Civil (Structural)

Group Members : 1.      BandodkarAniketNagesh

2.      Jain Chirag Mahendra

3.      Panchal DinkalBharatbhai

4.      Singh NishantOnkarnath

Abstract               : Construction industry is an integral component of a nation’s infrastructure and plays an important role in economic growth through multiple effects on other sector of economy. Due to an increasingly competitive environment, construction companies are forced to be more efficient and achieve competitive operational advantage. Companies are always looking for improvements in equipment features, communication tools, efficient management techniques, and training human resources. Construction companies are also narrowing their focus, becoming specialists in certain types of construction projects. This specialization requires more focused project planning and controlling techniques that prove to be better for certain type of projects while providing specialized construction services.Many problems and issues are being faced by the construction industry, major of them are cost overruns and time overruns due to inadequate project formulation, poor planning for implementation and improper management during execution. Many analysts state that average cost of project goes up by 30% as of the budgeted cost due to improper planning and scheduling. Observations show that proper skillful management is essential for a project to complete within time, estimated budget and with allocated resources. Providing good planning, proper organization, sufficient flow of resources to project can automatically achieve the desired result.  A warning mechanism must be present which can alert the organization about its possible success and failures throughout the project.
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Title                      : Nano Tech Building
Guide Name        : Prof. Modh. Yasir Khan

M. Tech Cvil (Town Planning)

Group Members : 1.      BelimMujahidRamzan

2.      Jain Kunj Dinesh

3.      Pandey Ashishkumar K.

4.      Singh Pankaj Sohankar

Abstract               : Man since his existence has been an active body. He stirs himself well to the use of his full energy and power to snatch the boons that God has scattered for him in the Universe .For this, he needs to move from place to place to fulfill his Desires. Now-a-days a common man on an average spends more than 11 hrs a day outside and away from his home to fulfill his day-to-day need in various corners of City .Thus the project aims is “To compress these facilities of city into one building and bring it as closer as possible to common man”

However the need of mankind have multiplied to such an extent that it is virtually impossible to satisfy them. Through this project we will try to cover most of the need for human beings and to build a compact building which generate its own power through green source, has an access to clean Energy and clean Water, uses biofuel and Insist on rain water harvesting and is full of parks and trees which ensure complete Carbon neutrality.

Along with planning of building this project aims in designing a building which is not only innovative but also endeavors to explore new facts of Civil Engineering.

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Title                      : Use of Pervious Concrete in Roads
Guide Name        : Prof. NilekhaMhapsekar

M. Tech Civil (Structure)

Group Members : 1.      Bhandarkar Suresh Vinayak

2.      Joshi Palak Dharmendra

3.      Patel BhavikBalubhai

4.      Sony RajeshkumarRamkripal

Abstract               : In many developed countries, the use of pervious concrete for the construction of pavements, car parks and driveways is becoming popular. In order to develop material specification for pervious concrete, it is necessary to conduct testing to evaluate the performance of this new type of high-performance concrete. In addition, carbon dioxide emission from cement production is significant and contributes to global warming which leads to undesirable climate change. Therefore, it is necessary minimise the use of cement in pervious concrete mixes by partially replacing the cement with industrial by-product, such as fly ash and slag which have been used successfully as supplementary cementitious materials in structural concrete mixes. The pervious concrete is produced by using conventional cementitious materials, aggregates, and water.

This concrete will be tested for its properties, such as density, porosity, compressive strength, water permeability and drying shrinkage. The most important property of pervious concrete is its water permeability.

 

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Title                      : Use of Foundry Cement in Concrete
Guide Name        : Prof.Prof. NilekhaMhapsekar

M. Tech Civil (Structure)

Group Members : 1.      Sharma Agneevesh

2.      Kajale Swapnil Sanjay

3.      Suthar Harsh Dinesh

Abstract               : Now-a-days the construction sector is exploring rapidly on a large scale and also involves new techniques for rapid and comfort works on the field. Concrete as a building material plays an important role in this sector. The consumption of natural resources as an ingredient of concrete, costs high as well as it is on verge of extent. These problems force us to recover the natural resources or to find an alternative option to overcome this problem. Presently, the production of waste foundry -sand as a by-product of metal casting industries causes various environmental problems. Usage of this waste in building material would help in reduction of stress on environment. Metal industries use foundry sand which is uniform sized, high quality

Silica sand that is bound to form aa mould for casting of ferrous and non-ferrous metal. Finer sand than normal sand is used in metal casting process. The burnt sand after the casting process of metal is reuse for many times but when it cannot be longer used it is removed from foundry as a waste for disposal known as “Waste foundry sand”. Use of waste foundry sand as a partial replacement or total replacement by fine aggregate in concrete leads in production of economic, light weight and high strength concrete. Concrete is a material which is composed of coarse aggregate, fine aggregate, cement, admixtures and water these each material in concrete contributes its strength. So, by partial or percentage replacing of material affects different properties of concrete. By using such waste material which harms the environment can be used for the development of low cost and eco-friendly building materials. In this study an experimental investigation is carried out by varying percentage of fine aggregate with used foundry sand to produce low cost and eco-friendly concrete.

 

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Title                      : Aerotopolis
Guide Name        : Prof. Modh. Yasir Khan

M. Tech Cvil (Town Planning)

Group Members : 1.      ChoudharyHardikManjibhai

2.      KalathiyaHardik Kumar

3.      Patel VikasRasikbhai

4.      Suthar Naresh Dhanpal

Abstract               : Airports of today are experiencing a great business evolution. Additionally, to their primary aeronautical services, they have developed a significant amount of non-aeronautical services and gaining a large share of revenues coming from non-aviation industry. The changes concern also airports’ direct neighbouring area. The new model of airport urban planning puts an airport in the centre and allows to build up variety of businesses and venues around it.

This concept first appeared in the 1970’s and was used for industrial and business parks in the vicinity of airfields. It is now used to describe the growth of aeronautical and non-aeronautical land developments occurring at airports. Urban planners acknowledge it as an urban form, a spatial manifestation of interaction between airport-centered commerce, real estate development, and multi modal transportation, which must also show the qualitative features of a city, such as density, access quality, environment, and services. Economists, however, disregard the urban dimension and define the airport city as clustering of economic functions at and around the airport, whereas airport operators see it as a model to promote the airport areas as attractive business locations.

Simply stated, an aerotropolis is a metropolitan sub-region whose infrastructure, land use and economy are centered on an airport. It consists of an airport’s aeronautical, logistics and commercial elements, and it connects transportation infrastructure with clusters of aviation-oriented businesses and residential developments that continually feed off each other and their proximity to the airport.

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Title                      : Redevelopment of residential Building
Guide Name        : Prof. Modh. Yasir Khan

M. Tech Cvil (Town Planning)

Group Members : 1.      Yadav HarishankarHansraj

2.      KhadelaYashAshokbhai

3.      Pathak KeshavShivshankar

4.      Mishra PriyaJayprakash

Abstract               : Redevelopment is defined as any new construction on a site that has a pre-existing structure. It helps upgrade the lifestyle of people currently living in the structure and also creates space for new people. Today many societies in Mumbai are in need of extensive repairs; however they find it difficult to arrange the funds required to carry out the same. Also, expansion in the size of families has created a need for larger spaces. Old societies have certain critical drawbacks which include lack of security, non availability of play areas for children, leakage problem, lack of attached toilets in the rooms, absence of parking lots and many more. Redevelopment helps in improving the strength of building,Most importantly, there is a substantial increase in the flat’s value and low maintenance costs post redevelopment. If any of the family / members require additional area in the same redeveloped building, it can be achieved by purchasing it from the developer and hence would enable the family to live in together. Redeveloped building can withstand with the new climatic and geographic conditions and is constructed with latest safety measures. Historically, redevelopment has been a very positive approach that has transformed many cities worldwide: few examples being that of Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Singapore.

 

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Title                      : REUCRETE ( The Replacement Of Fine Aggregate By Demolished Waste Concrete)
Guide Name        : Prof. MrunaliniDeshmukh

M. Tech Civil (Structural)

Group Members : 1.      Dave Aakash Prakash

2.      LodhaLokeshLaxmilal

3.      Patil Pranit Ashok

4.      Tilawat Abhishek Suryakant

Abstract               : Concrete is the most widely used material of construction all over the world. A huge quantity of concrete is consumed by global construction industry. In India, the traditional concrete is mostly produced by using natural sand obtained from the riverbeds as fine aggregate

In major cities there is a surge in construction and demolition concrete waste (CDCW) quantities causing an adverse effect on the environment. The use of such waste as Recycled fine-aggregate in concrete can be useful for both environmental and economic aspects in the construction industry. This study discusses the possibility to replace natural/crushed fine aggregate with demolished concrete waste (crushed fine aggregate) in structural concrete. An investigation into the properties of recycled concrete as a fine aggregate is made using crushing and grading of concrete rubble collected from different demolition sites and locations around the locality a total of 54 concrete mixes cubes forming nine groups will be cast. Groups will be designed to study the effect of demolished concrete waste (crushed fine aggregates) quality, content, cement dosage, use of admixture and partial replacement of natural/crushed sand etc. Tests will be carried out for different grade of concrete. The concrete rubble could be transformed into useful recycled fine aggregate and used in concrete production with properties suitable for most structural concrete applications in India. A significant reduction in the properties of Recycled fine aggregate concrete made of 100% was seen when compared to natural fine Aggregate.

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Title                      : Determination of Modulus of Elasticity of Bamboo
Guide Name        : Prof.Prof. NilekhaMhapsekar

M. Tech Civil (Structure)

Group Members : 1.      Desai KartikPinakin

2.      MahangadeNishantRamdas

3.      Prasad MukeshRajendra

4.      Tiwari  Devendra Kumar

Abstract               : The world timber demand is increasing at a rapid rate but the timber supply is depleting. It’s been found through research that bamboo can suitably replace timber and other materials in construction and other works. Industrially treated bamboo has shown great potential for production of composite materials and components which are cost-effective and can be successfully utilized for structural and non-structural applications in consumption. Bamboo is one of the oldest traditional building materials used by mankind. The bamboo culm, or stem, has been made into an extended diversity of products ranging from domestic household products to industrial applications. Bamboo is quite common for bridges, scaffolding and housing but it is usually used as a temporary exterior structural material. In many overly populated regions of the tropics, certain bamboos supply the one suitable material that is sufficiently cheap and plentiful to meet the extensive need for economical housing. With the advancement of science and technology and the tight supply of timber, new methods are needed for the processing of bamboo to make it more durable and more usable in terms of building materials. Studies have been carried out on the basic properties and on processing of bamboo into various kinds of composite products. Bamboo has several unique advantages like ability to grow fast with a high yield and also it matures quickly. Additionally bamboo can be grown

abundantly and that too at a lower cost which makes it more economical

 

 Black Book Serial Number  :  
Title                      : Design of Sewage Treatment Plant
Guide Name        : Prof. Nitin Patel

M. Tech civil (Environmental)

Group Members : 1.      Dholakia KevalMahendra

2.      MalavePrasannaArun

3.      Raichura Jay Dharmesh

4.      UbalePradnyaDnyaneshwar

Abstract               : Sewage treatment plant is a facility that design to receive the wastewater and remove all the material that will effects the quality of water which compromising the public health and safety after wastewater has discharged into the receiving system. The main purpose of wastewater treatment is to allow industrial effluent, domestic and commercial used to be dispose in a proper manner without risking a human health and environmental because improper management of wastewater will contribute an environmental pollution, besides communicable disease will easy to spread due to presence of variety of pathogenic organism in wastewater. Conventional wastewater treatment processes is a process that involve a combination of physical, chemical and biological processes and operation to remove solid, organic matter and nutrient from wastewater.

Water quality is the physical, chemical and biological characteristics of water. It is a measurement used to measure the condition of water relative to the needs of one or more biotic species and or/to any human need or for some purpose. It is most frequently used by reference to a set of standards against which compliance can be assessed. The most common standards used to assess water quality relate to health of ecosystems, safety of human contact and drinking water.

 

 Black Book Serial Number  :  
Title                      : Development from ordinary village to Ideal Village
Guide Name        : Prof. Prof. MrunaliniDeshmukh

M. Tech Civil (Structural)

Group Members : 1.      Gupta IndrajeetOmprakash

2.      Mandal Amit Sukhdev

3.      Rajput Naval Devnarayan

4.      Satam Rakesh Pramod

Abstract               : Artificial ground water recharge is the planned infiltration of effluents from waste effluents, storm water or surface runoff into the aquifer in order to increase the replenishment of ground water resources. Artificial ground water recharge refers todifferent ground water recharge techniquesthat release effluents from above the ground into the groundwater aquifer via soil percolation. Ground water recharge is increasing in popularity as groundwater resources are being depleted and saltwater intrusion is becoming a greater threat to coastal communities. Although the primary objective of this technology is to preserve or increase ground water resources, artificial recharge has been used for many other beneficial purposes. These include

additional treatment and conservation or disposal of treated waste water or flood waters, control of saltwater intrusion, storage of water to reduce pumping and piping costs as well as temporary regulation of groundwater abstraction. Moreover, artificial recharge is used in waste water treatment, secondary oil recovery, prevention of land subsidence, storage fresh water within Saline aquifers, crop development and stream flow augmentation.

 

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Title                      : Partial replacement of sand with quarry dust and cow dung ash in concrete
Guide Name        : Prof. NilekhaMhapsekar

M. Tech Civil (Structure)

Group Members : 1.      Dubey Gaurav Kamlesh

2.      Shah Mohd. RafiqMomd. Hanif

3.      SahManjeetprasad H.

4.      Vyas Miteshkumar R.

 

Abstract               : Concrete is most popular building material used all over the world. It is a mixture of paste and aggregates, or rocks. The paste, composed of Portland cement and water, coats the surface of fine (small) and coarse (larger) aggregates. Through a chemical reaction called hydration, the paste hardens and gains strength to form the rock-like mass known as concrete.

It is worth noting that cement and aggregates are manufactured or obtained from natural solid stone which is quarried, crushed, ground, screened and processed to give the required physical and properties. The same materials are then batched, mixed with water, transported, placed, compacted and cured to give concrete of desired shape which after it is hardened resembles a solid stone.

 Black Book Serial Number  :  
Title                      : Comparative study of high performance concrete by using alccofine and steel fibre reinforcement
Guide Name        : Prof. NilekhaMhapsekar

M. Tech Civil (Structure)

Group Members : 1.      Dubey Roshan Premshankar

2.      Mehta Karan Umesh

3.      SenghaniJineshkumarHiralal

4.      WaniOnkarVarundavan

 

Abstract               : Concrete is a composite material composed of aggregate bonded together with a fluid cement which hardens over time. Most use of the term “concrete” refers to Portland cement concrete or to concretes made with other hydraulic cements, such as cement fondu. However, road surfaces are also a type of concrete, “asphaltic concrete”, where the cement material is bitumen. In Portland cement concrete (and other hydraulic cement concretes), when the aggregate is mixed together with the dry cement and water, they form a fluid mass that is easily molded into shape. The cement reacts chemically with the water and other ingredients to form a hard matrix which binds all the materials together into a durable stone-like material that has many uses. Often, additives (such  aspozzolans or superplasticizers) are included in the mixture to improve the physical properties of the wet mix or the finished material. Most concrete is poured with reinforcing materials (such as rebar) embedded to provide tensile strength, yielding reinforced concrete. Over 5% of global C02 emissions can be attributed to Portland Cement Production. Concrete is by far the most widely used construction material today. The versatility and mouldability of this material, its high compressive strength and the discovery of the reinforcing and prestressing techniques which helped to make up for its low tensile strength have contributed largely to its widespread use.

 

 Black Book Serial Number  :  
Title                      : Analysis and Design of Parking Building
Guide Name        : Prof. NilekhaMhapsekar

M. Tech Civil (Structure)

Group Members : 1.      Gupta Santosh Omprakash

2.      Mondkar Karan Dilip Neeta

3.      VoraKrupaliKishor

4.      Yadav Rajdev Dindayal

Abstract               : As per INDIAN EXPRESS NEWS PAPER PUBLISHED ON, 28 MAY 2014 Mumbai city can currently accommodate day parking for only 3.3 lakh of the 22 lakh four wheelers that are registered and ply in the city, according to the Mumbai traffic police. with an annual addition of 50000 cars apart from, two wheelers , water tankers, school buses and commercial vehicles in the demand for parking space would only escalate each year.

The city’s vehicular density is 591 vehicles per square meter, compared to 163 vehicles per sq. m in New Delhi and the international average density of 300 vehicles per sq. m. This leads to crises and conflict on a daily basis. Hence the people park their car on streets sometimes double and triple parking. This obviously makes life difficult for drivers and for the traffic police who are unable to clear congested roads, making traffic jams inevitable. Experts say that traffic snarls in the city could be cut drastically if the problem of double lane parking is resolved.

 Black Book Serial Number  :  
Title                      : Ground Water Quality Assessment   (Mira-Bhayandar)
Guide Name        : Prof. Nitin Patel

M. Tech civil (Environmental)

Group Members : 1.      NimbalkarNilimaKeshav

2.      Sharma Tarashankar R.

3.      ZingeKunal Pravin

Abstract               : Groundwater plays a fundamental role in shaping the economic and social health of many urban centers of India. Fast growing and emerging urban centers are demanding water to achieve higher growth rates. A limit on growth for both irrigation and urban development can be imposed in the vulnerable areas based on the factors identified in the study. In addition, these locations are surrounded by high industrial polluting units which degrade the quality of groundwater apart from existing contamination. This study is focused on ground water quality assessment of some parts of Mira-Bhayander in Thane District, Maharashtra.

 

 Black Book Serial Number  :  
Title                      : Use of fly ash in self-compacting concrete
Guide Name        : Prof. Nitin Patel

M. Tech civil (Environmental)

Group Members : 1.      HiraniPranit Mahesh

2.      Padalkar Rohan Mahesh

3.      Shetty ShreyashSurendra

4.      Dalvi MedhaTushar

Abstract               : Advancements in technology demand many improved properties to the concrete like workability, flow ability, higher strength, durability etc. To overcome the difficulties like low workability and low flow ability, a new form of concrete designated as Self Compacting Concrete (SCC) was developed in 1988 by Okamura in Japan. Self-compaction is described as the ability of the fresh concrete to flow under its own weight over a distance without segregation and without using vibrators to achieve proper compaction. Sufficient number of investigations is necessary to get a clear idea about the factors affecting the strength, durability and long term behavior of SCC with fly ash. In this paper, high volume fly ash self-compacting concrete was produced with 12.5%, 18.75% , 25% , and 37.5% of the cement (by mass) replaced by fly ash. For these mixtures compressive strength (cube) was studied at 7th day, 28th day and 90th days with same water cement ratio (0:33). The test results for acceptance characteristics of self-compacting concrete such as slump flow test, J-ring test, V-funnel test and L-box test are presented. The mixes were then tested for other mechanical properties like, cube compressive strength at 7th day, 28th day,

and 90th day, cylinder compressive strength at 28th day, split tensile strength, and flexural  strength at 28th day. For all levels of cement replacement concrete achieved superior performance in the fresh and mechanical tests compared with the reference mixture.

 

 Black Book Serial Number  :  
Title : Use of recycled plastic in canal Lining
Guide Name : Prof. Nitin Patel

M. Tech civil (Environmental)

Group Members : 1. AbidiShuja Abbas

2. ItkapalleNageshwar

3. Pal PavanRajnath

4. ShetyeVinitVivekanand

Abstract               : A large percentage of water is lost through seepage in canals which is approximately 25-40%. The selection of canal lining material is mainly dependent upon the degree of water tightness which is essential for design and construction of canal. According to the survey of Central Pollution Control Board, India generates annually about 5.6 million tonnes of plastic waste, out of which 40% can be recycled. Plastic waste creates adverse impact on environment. Hence to protect environment this plastic waste must be recycled & reused. This study proposes alternative composite canal lining material using recycled plastic. The proportion of ingredients of the lining material & its manufacturing outline is studied. The canal lining structure is designed in CATIA and checked for static and hydrostatic stresses using ANSYS software. Dynamic stresses coming on section are also analysed using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis. The results showed that the composite canal lining structure is safe under different stresses. Laying of composite lining section is carried out in five stages i.e, excavation on site, preparation of subgrade, laying of lining section, fixing of lining section by battening, filling concrete on joints. Data of Jaunpur branched canal system, Uttar Pradesh is used to calculate benefit cost ratio. Since benefit cost ratio is more than one, composite canal lining structure is justified.

 

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Title                      : Systems for Monitoring Parameters of a Construction Project
Guide Name        : Prof. MrunaliniDeshmukh

M. Tech Civil (Structural)

Group Members : 1.      BandodkarAniketNagesh

2.      Jain Chirag Mahendra

3.      Panchal DinkalBharatbhai

4.      Singh NishantOnkarnath

Abstract               : Construction industry is an integral component of a nation’s infrastructure and plays an important role in economic growth through multiple effects on other sector of economy. Due to an increasingly competitive environment, construction companies are forced to be more efficient and achieve competitive operational advantage. Companies are always looking for improvements in equipment features, communication tools, efficient management techniques, and training human resources. Construction companies are also narrowing their focus, becoming specialists in certain types of construction projects. This specialization requires more focused project planning and controlling techniques that prove to be better for certain type of projects while providing specialized construction services.Many problems and issues are being faced by the construction industry, major of them are cost overruns and time overruns due to inadequate project formulation, poor planning for implementation and improper management during execution. Many analysts state that average cost of project goes up by 30% as of the budgeted cost due to improper planning and scheduling. Observations show that proper skillful management is essential for a project to complete within time, estimated budget and with allocated resources. Providing good planning, proper organization, sufficient flow of resources to project can automatically achieve the desired result.  A warning mechanism must be present which can alert the organization about its possible success and failures throughout the project.
Black Book Serial Number  :  
Title                      : Nano Tech Building
Guide Name        : Prof. Modh. Yasir Khan

M. Tech Cvil (Town Planning)

Group Members : 1.      BelimMujahidRamzan

2.      Jain Kunj Dinesh

3.      Pandey Ashishkumar K.

4.      Singh Pankaj Sohankar

Abstract               : Man since his existence has been an active body. He stirs himself well to the use of his full energy and power to snatch the boons that God has scattered for him in the Universe .For this, he needs to move from place to place to fulfill his Desires. Now-a-days a common man on an average spends more than 11 hrs a day outside and away from his home to fulfill his day-to-day need in various corners of City .Thus the project aims is “To compress these facilities of city into one building and bring it as closer as possible to common man”

However the need of mankind have multiplied to such an extent that it is virtually impossible to satisfy them. Through this project we will try to cover most of the need for human beings and to build a compact building which generate its own power through green source, has an access to clean Energy and clean Water, uses biofuel and Insist on rain water harvesting and is full of parks and trees which ensure complete Carbon neutrality.

Along with planning of building this project aims in designing a building which is not only innovative but also endeavors to explore new facts of Civil Engineering.

Black Book Serial Number  :  
Title                      : Use of Pervious Concrete in Roads
Guide Name        : Prof. NilekhaMhapsekar

M. Tech Civil (Structure)

Group Members : 1.      Bhandarkar Suresh Vinayak

2.      Joshi Palak Dharmendra

3.      Patel BhavikBalubhai

4.      Sony RajeshkumarRamkripal

Abstract               : In many developed countries, the use of pervious concrete for the construction of pavements, car parks and driveways is becoming popular. In order to develop material specification for pervious concrete, it is necessary to conduct testing to evaluate the performance of this new type of high-performance concrete. In addition, carbon dioxide emission from cement production is significant and contributes to global warming which leads to undesirable climate change. Therefore, it is necessary minimise the use of cement in pervious concrete mixes by partially replacing the cement with industrial by-product, such as fly ash and slag which have been used successfully as supplementary cementitious materials in structural concrete mixes. The pervious concrete is produced by using conventional cementitious materials, aggregates, and water.

This concrete will be tested for its properties, such as density, porosity, compressive strength, water permeability and drying shrinkage. The most important property of pervious concrete is its water permeability.

 

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Title                      : Use of Foundry Cement in Concrete
Guide Name        : Prof.Prof. NilekhaMhapsekar

M. Tech Civil (Structure)

Group Members : 1.      Sharma Agneevesh

2.      Kajale Swapnil Sanjay

3.      Suthar Harsh Dinesh

Abstract               : Now-a-days the construction sector is exploring rapidly on a large scale and also involves new techniques for rapid and comfort works on the field. Concrete as a building material plays an important role in this sector. The consumption of natural resources as an ingredient of concrete, costs high as well as it is on verge of extent. These problems force us to recover the natural resources or to find an alternative option to overcome this problem. Presently, the production of waste foundry -sand as a by-product of metal casting industries causes various environmental problems. Usage of this waste in building material would help in reduction of stress on environment. Metal industries use foundry sand which is uniform sized, high quality

Silica sand that is bound to form aa mould for casting of ferrous and non-ferrous metal. Finer sand than normal sand is used in metal casting process. The burnt sand after the casting process of metal is reuse for many times but when it cannot be longer used it is removed from foundry as a waste for disposal known as “Waste foundry sand”. Use of waste foundry sand as a partial replacement or total replacement by fine aggregate in concrete leads in production of economic, light weight and high strength concrete. Concrete is a material which is composed of coarse aggregate, fine aggregate, cement, admixtures and water these each material in concrete contributes its strength. So, by partial or percentage replacing of material affects different properties of concrete. By using such waste material which harms the environment can be used for the development of low cost and eco-friendly building materials. In this study an experimental investigation is carried out by varying percentage of fine aggregate with used foundry sand to produce low cost and eco-friendly concrete.

 

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Title                      : Aerotopolis
Guide Name        : Prof. Modh. Yasir Khan

M. Tech Cvil (Town Planning)

Group Members : 1.      ChoudharyHardikManjibhai

2.      KalathiyaHardik Kumar

3.      Patel VikasRasikbhai

4.      Suthar Naresh Dhanpal

Abstract               : Airports of today are experiencing a great business evolution. Additionally, to their primary aeronautical services, they have developed a significant amount of non-aeronautical services and gaining a large share of revenues coming from non-aviation industry. The changes concern also airports’ direct neighbouring area. The new model of airport urban planning puts an airport in the centre and allows to build up variety of businesses and venues around it.

This concept first appeared in the 1970’s and was used for industrial and business parks in the vicinity of airfields. It is now used to describe the growth of aeronautical and non-aeronautical land developments occurring at airports. Urban planners acknowledge it as an urban form, a spatial manifestation of interaction between airport-centered commerce, real estate development, and multi modal transportation, which must also show the qualitative features of a city, such as density, access quality, environment, and services. Economists, however, disregard the urban dimension and define the airport city as clustering of economic functions at and around the airport, whereas airport operators see it as a model to promote the airport areas as attractive business locations.

Simply stated, an aerotropolis is a metropolitan sub-region whose infrastructure, land use and economy are centered on an airport. It consists of an airport’s aeronautical, logistics and commercial elements, and it connects transportation infrastructure with clusters of aviation-oriented businesses and residential developments that continually feed off each other and their proximity to the airport.

Black Book Serial Number  :  
Title                      : Redevelopment of residential Building
Guide Name        : Prof. Modh. Yasir Khan

M. Tech Cvil (Town Planning)

Group Members : 1.      Yadav HarishankarHansraj

2.      KhadelaYashAshokbhai

3.      Pathak KeshavShivshankar

4.      Mishra PriyaJayprakash

Abstract               : Redevelopment is defined as any new construction on a site that has a pre-existing structure. It helps upgrade the lifestyle of people currently living in the structure and also creates space for new people. Today many societies in Mumbai are in need of extensive repairs; however they find it difficult to arrange the funds required to carry out the same. Also, expansion in the size of families has created a need for larger spaces. Old societies have certain critical drawbacks which include lack of security, non availability of play areas for children, leakage problem, lack of attached toilets in the rooms, absence of parking lots and many more. Redevelopment helps in improving the strength of building,Most importantly, there is a substantial increase in the flat’s value and low maintenance costs post redevelopment. If any of the family / members require additional area in the same redeveloped building, it can be achieved by purchasing it from the developer and hence would enable the family to live in together. Redeveloped building can withstand with the new climatic and geographic conditions and is constructed with latest safety measures. Historically, redevelopment has been a very positive approach that has transformed many cities worldwide: few examples being that of Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Singapore.

 

Black Book Serial Number  :  
Title                      : REUCRETE ( The Replacement Of Fine Aggregate By Demolished Waste Concrete)
Guide Name        : Prof. MrunaliniDeshmukh

M. Tech Civil (Structural)

Group Members : 1.      Dave Aakash Prakash

2.      LodhaLokeshLaxmilal

3.      Patil Pranit Ashok

4.      Tilawat Abhishek Suryakant

Abstract               : Concrete is the most widely used material of construction all over the world. A huge quantity of concrete is consumed by global construction industry. In India, the traditional concrete is mostly produced by using natural sand obtained from the riverbeds as fine aggregate

In major cities there is a surge in construction and demolition concrete waste (CDCW) quantities causing an adverse effect on the environment. The use of such waste as Recycled fine-aggregate in concrete can be useful for both environmental and economic aspects in the construction industry. This study discusses the possibility to replace natural/crushed fine aggregate with demolished concrete waste (crushed fine aggregate) in structural concrete. An investigation into the properties of recycled concrete as a fine aggregate is made using crushing and grading of concrete rubble collected from different demolition sites and locations around the locality a total of 54 concrete mixes cubes forming nine groups will be cast. Groups will be designed to study the effect of demolished concrete waste (crushed fine aggregates) quality, content, cement dosage, use of admixture and partial replacement of natural/crushed sand etc. Tests will be carried out for different grade of concrete. The concrete rubble could be transformed into useful recycled fine aggregate and used in concrete production with properties suitable for most structural concrete applications in India. A significant reduction in the properties of Recycled fine aggregate concrete made of 100% was seen when compared to natural fine Aggregate.

Black Book Serial Number  :  
Title                      : Determination of Modulus of Elasticity of Bamboo
Guide Name        : Prof.Prof. NilekhaMhapsekar

M. Tech Civil (Structure)

Group Members : 1.      Desai KartikPinakin

2.      MahangadeNishantRamdas

3.      Prasad MukeshRajendra

4.      Tiwari  Devendra Kumar

Abstract               : The world timber demand is increasing at a rapid rate but the timber supply is depleting. It’s been found through research that bamboo can suitably replace timber and other materials in construction and other works. Industrially treated bamboo has shown great potential for production of composite materials and components which are cost-effective and can be successfully utilized for structural and non-structural applications in consumption. Bamboo is one of the oldest traditional building materials used by mankind. The bamboo culm, or stem, has been made into an extended diversity of products ranging from domestic household products to industrial applications. Bamboo is quite common for bridges, scaffolding and housing but it is usually used as a temporary exterior structural material. In many overly populated regions of the tropics, certain bamboos supply the one suitable material that is sufficiently cheap and plentiful to meet the extensive need for economical housing. With the advancement of science and technology and the tight supply of timber, new methods are needed for the processing of bamboo to make it more durable and more usable in terms of building materials. Studies have been carried out on the basic properties and on processing of bamboo into various kinds of composite products. Bamboo has several unique advantages like ability to grow fast with a high yield and also it matures quickly. Additionally bamboo can be grown

abundantly and that too at a lower cost which makes it more economical

 

 Black Book Serial Number  :  
Title                      : Design of Sewage Treatment Plant
Guide Name        : Prof. Nitin Patel

M. Tech civil (Environmental)

Group Members : 1.      Dholakia KevalMahendra

2.      MalavePrasannaArun

3.      Raichura Jay Dharmesh

4.      UbalePradnyaDnyaneshwar

Abstract               : Sewage treatment plant is a facility that design to receive the wastewater and remove all the material that will effects the quality of water which compromising the public health and safety after wastewater has discharged into the receiving system. The main purpose of wastewater treatment is to allow industrial effluent, domestic and commercial used to be dispose in a proper manner without risking a human health and environmental because improper management of wastewater will contribute an environmental pollution, besides communicable disease will easy to spread due to presence of variety of pathogenic organism in wastewater. Conventional wastewater treatment processes is a process that involve a combination of physical, chemical and biological processes and operation to remove solid, organic matter and nutrient from wastewater.

Water quality is the physical, chemical and biological characteristics of water. It is a measurement used to measure the condition of water relative to the needs of one or more biotic species and or/to any human need or for some purpose. It is most frequently used by reference to a set of standards against which compliance can be assessed. The most common standards used to assess water quality relate to health of ecosystems, safety of human contact and drinking water.

 

 Black Book Serial Number  :  
Title                      : Development from ordinary village to Ideal Village
Guide Name        : Prof. Prof. MrunaliniDeshmukh

M. Tech Civil (Structural)

Group Members : 1.      Gupta IndrajeetOmprakash

2.      Mandal Amit Sukhdev

3.      Rajput Naval Devnarayan

4.      Satam Rakesh Pramod

Abstract               : Artificial ground water recharge is the planned infiltration of effluents from waste effluents, storm water or surface runoff into the aquifer in order to increase the replenishment of ground water resources. Artificial ground water recharge refers todifferent ground water recharge techniquesthat release effluents from above the ground into the groundwater aquifer via soil percolation. Ground water recharge is increasing in popularity as groundwater resources are being depleted and saltwater intrusion is becoming a greater threat to coastal communities. Although the primary objective of this technology is to preserve or increase ground water resources, artificial recharge has been used for many other beneficial purposes. These include

additional treatment and conservation or disposal of treated waste water or flood waters, control of saltwater intrusion, storage of water to reduce pumping and piping costs as well as temporary regulation of groundwater abstraction. Moreover, artificial recharge is used in waste water treatment, secondary oil recovery, prevention of land subsidence, storage fresh water within Saline aquifers, crop development and stream flow augmentation.

 

Black Book Serial   Number  :  
Title                      : Partial replacement of sand with quarry dust and cow dung ash in concrete
Guide Name        : Prof. NilekhaMhapsekar

M. Tech Civil (Structure)

Group Members : 1.      Dubey Gaurav Kamlesh

2.      Shah Mohd. RafiqMomd. Hanif

3.      SahManjeetprasad H.

4.      Vyas Miteshkumar R.

 

Abstract               : Concrete is most popular building material used all over the world. It is a mixture of paste and aggregates, or rocks. The paste, composed of Portland cement and water, coats the surface of fine (small) and coarse (larger) aggregates. Through a chemical reaction called hydration, the paste hardens and gains strength to form the rock-like mass known as concrete.

It is worth noting that cement and aggregates are manufactured or obtained from natural solid stone which is quarried, crushed, ground, screened and processed to give the required physical and properties. The same materials are then batched, mixed with water, transported, placed, compacted and cured to give concrete of desired shape which after it is hardened resembles a solid stone.

 Black Book Serial Number  :  
Title                      : Comparative study of high performance concrete by using alccofine and steel fibre reinforcement
Guide Name        : Prof. NilekhaMhapsekar

M. Tech Civil (Structure)

Group Members : 1.      Dubey Roshan Premshankar

2.      Mehta Karan Umesh

3.      SenghaniJineshkumarHiralal

4.      WaniOnkarVarundavan

 

Abstract               : Concrete is a composite material composed of aggregate bonded together with a fluid cement which hardens over time. Most use of the term “concrete” refers to Portland cement concrete or to concretes made with other hydraulic cements, such as cement fondu. However, road surfaces are also a type of concrete, “asphaltic concrete”, where the cement material is bitumen. In Portland cement concrete (and other hydraulic cement concretes), when the aggregate is mixed together with the dry cement and water, they form a fluid mass that is easily molded into shape. The cement reacts chemically with the water and other ingredients to form a hard matrix which binds all the materials together into a durable stone-like material that has many uses. Often, additives (such  aspozzolans or superplasticizers) are included in the mixture to improve the physical properties of the wet mix or the finished material. Most concrete is poured with reinforcing materials (such as rebar) embedded to provide tensile strength, yielding reinforced concrete. Over 5% of global C02 emissions can be attributed to Portland Cement Production. Concrete is by far the most widely used construction material today. The versatility and mouldability of this material, its high compressive strength and the discovery of the reinforcing and prestressing techniques which helped to make up for its low tensile strength have contributed largely to its widespread use.

 

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Title                      : Analysis and Design of Parking Building
Guide Name        : Prof. NilekhaMhapsekar

M. Tech Civil (Structure)

Group Members : 1.      Gupta Santosh Omprakash

2.      Mondkar Karan Dilip Neeta

3.      VoraKrupaliKishor

4.      Yadav Rajdev Dindayal

Abstract               : As per INDIAN EXPRESS NEWS PAPER PUBLISHED ON, 28 MAY 2014 Mumbai city can currently accommodate day parking for only 3.3 lakh of the 22 lakh four wheelers that are registered and ply in the city, according to the Mumbai traffic police. with an annual addition of 50000 cars apart from, two wheelers , water tankers, school buses and commercial vehicles in the demand for parking space would only escalate each year.

The city’s vehicular density is 591 vehicles per square meter, compared to 163 vehicles per sq. m in New Delhi and the international average density of 300 vehicles per sq. m. This leads to crises and conflict on a daily basis. Hence the people park their car on streets sometimes double and triple parking. This obviously makes life difficult for drivers and for the traffic police who are unable to clear congested roads, making traffic jams inevitable. Experts say that traffic snarls in the city could be cut drastically if the problem of double lane parking is resolved.

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Title                      : Ground Water Quality Assessment   (Mira-Bhayandar)
Guide Name        : Prof. Nitin Patel

M. Tech civil (Environmental)

Group Members : 1.      NimbalkarNilimaKeshav

2.      Sharma Tarashankar R.

3.      ZingeKunal Pravin

Abstract               : Groundwater plays a fundamental role in shaping the economic and social health of many urban centers of India. Fast growing and emerging urban centers are demanding water to achieve higher growth rates. A limit on growth for both irrigation and urban development can be imposed in the vulnerable areas based on the factors identified in the study. In addition, these locations are surrounded by high industrial polluting units which degrade the quality of groundwater apart from existing contamination. This study is focused on ground water quality assessment of some parts of Mira-Bhayander in Thane District, Maharashtra.

 

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Title                      : Use of fly ash in self-compacting concrete
Guide Name        : Prof. Nitin Patel

M. Tech civil (Environmental)

Group Members : 1.      HiraniPranit Mahesh

2.      Padalkar Rohan Mahesh

3.      Shetty ShreyashSurendra

4.      Dalvi MedhaTushar

Abstract               : Advancements in technology demand many improved properties to the concrete like workability, flow ability, higher strength, durability etc. To overcome the difficulties like low workability and low flow ability, a new form of concrete designated as Self Compacting Concrete (SCC) was developed in 1988 by Okamura in Japan. Self-compaction is described as the ability of the fresh concrete to flow under its own weight over a distance without segregation and without using vibrators to achieve proper compaction. Sufficient number of investigations is necessary to get a clear idea about the factors affecting the strength, durability and long term behavior of SCC with fly ash. In this paper, high volume fly ash self-compacting concrete was produced with 12.5%, 18.75% , 25% , and 37.5% of the cement (by mass) replaced by fly ash. For these mixtures compressive strength (cube) was studied at 7th day, 28th day and 90th days with same water cement ratio (0:33). The test results for acceptance characteristics of self-compacting concrete such as slump flow test, J-ring test, V-funnel test and L-box test are presented. The mixes were then tested for other mechanical properties like, cube compressive strength at 7th day, 28th day,

and 90th day, cylinder compressive strength at 28th day, split tensile strength, and flexural  strength at 28th day. For all levels of cement replacement concrete achieved superior performance in the fresh and mechanical tests compared with the reference mixture.

 

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