International Conference on Management Practices, Innovations & Research 2019

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Exprimental Study Of Strawbell Wall Constuction
Country :: India
Authors :: Lokesh Sawarkar || Suryakant Todase || Jitendra Nalgopalwar || Sushrut Nighot || Chetan Kokawar || Mahesh Ashankar || Pro.Sanjay Bhadke
Page No. :: 01-03
The first straw building in the UK was built in 1994, and today approximately 1000 new structures are being built annually all over the world. There are about 70 in the UK and 10 in Ireland at the present time, some with full planning permission and building regulation approval. Amazon Nails has been involved in approximately 40 of these. But in India this concept is totally new and we are not aware about these. Although there were only few research paper available on straw bale construction. As there is no small size bale press machine available in India, we made wooden press machine called as "Human Power Bale Press Machine".

Keyword :Straw Bale, Concrete, Frame Structure

[1]. Mark C. Tatum, MSEE, PE "Straw bale construction an building codes", Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama.
[2]. Bou-Ali Ghailene, "Straw Bale and Straw Bale wall system", University of Arizona, Tucson, 1993
[3]. Mohamaed Salah Gharib Elsyed Straw Bale is future house building material " Architect-Egypt".
[4]. Stephens, Don, And Bundiger and Associates, Inc. laboratory test July 13, Washington 2000
[5]. Bruce king PE, "Load -Bearing Straw Bale Construction", Ecological Network, 2003

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Review on Design and Analysis of Building with Different Infill Materials
Country :: India
Authors :: Pankaj Mahore || Dr. Tushar G. Shende
Page No. :: 04-06

In India, masonry infilled concrete frame is one in every of the foremost common structural system. The simplicity of construction and extremely developed experience have created the infilled frame most speedy and economical structural kind for concrete buildings. Masonry infills functioning principals are partitions and exterior walls. Different types of infill materials have different properties and also have a different performance towards the behaviour of the structure. The performance on the basis of the response of the structure increases and decreases with respect to the weight and durability of the infill in bare frame and soft storey conditions.

Keywords: Infill Walls, Response spectrum, Earthquake loads, durability

[1]. Mahumud K, Islam R, Al-Amin, "Study of the Reinforced Concrete Frame with Brick Masonry infill due to Lateral Loads."IJCEEIJENS, 2010.
[2]. Dorji J, Thambiratnam DP,"Modeling and Analysis of Infilled Frame Structures under Seismic Loads", The Open Construction and Building Technology Journal,,pp 119-126,2009
[3]. V.K.R.Kodur, M.A.Erki and J.H.P.Quenneville"Seismic Analysis of Infilled Frames"Journal of Structural Engineering, Vol.25,No.2, pp 95-102, July 1998.
[4]. B. Srinavas, B.K. Raghu Prasad, "The Influence of Masonry in RC Multistory Buildings to Near-Fault Ground Motions" Journal of International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering(IABSE),pp 240-248,2009
[5]. Basavaraj M. malagimani, Swapnil B. Cholekar, Hemant L. Sonawadekar,"Comparative Study of RC Structures with Different Types of Infill Walls With Effect of SSI by Pushover Analysis" International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), pp 2546-2550,2017

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Wireless Led Display Board
Country :: India
Authors :: Suyog Shingne || Praful Lanjewar || Pragati Sonwane || Prof . Reshmi Bhagwat
Page No. :: 07-09

Everything around use is becoming smart such as smart phone ,smart television , smart refrigerator ,so why not smart display board advertisement and notice .Display board are primary thing in any institute , organization ,public utility place like a bus stops , railway station ,park shopping malls to display information regarding platform , various advertisement about the product , are important notice people are now adapted to the idea of the world at a fingertips . The old wired a display board are control by Microcontroller. To change the message , we need to change the micro controller program code again and again . By adding GSM wireless communication interface we can overcome this limitation . It is a start to era of smart and real time displaying of massage on display board. This paper explain the development of GSM based smart LED display board using short message service (SMS).

Keywords: design on paper , GSM Hardware profile , IC max 232 , LED , SIM, software .

[1]. Prachee U. Ketkar, Kunal P. Tayade, Akash P. Kulkarni , Rajkishor M. Tagnayat : GSM mobile phone based LED scrolling massage display system . International journal of scientific engineering and technology volume to issue 3;pp:149-155
[2]. Foram Kamdar, Anubbhav Malhotra an Pritish mahadik: display message on Tugnayat:GSM,ISSN 2231-1297, volume 3, number 7
[3]. Darshankumar C. Dalwadi, Ninad Trivedi, Amit Kasundra:WIRELESS NOTICE BOARD, National Conference on Recend Trends in
[4]. Engineering and Technology Information On HTTP://WWW8051 Project .Net

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Fire Detectors Review and Design of an Automated Quick Responsive Fire Alarm System Based On Sms
Country :: India
Authors :: Damini Rajurkar || Pragati Pandey || Sachin Sahare || Chetan Chandekar || Prof. Vipin S. Muley
Page No. :: 10-13

In this work fire detector review type is used to alert any fire incidents in household or industrial purpose.The aim of the system designed is to alert the distant property owner efficiently and quickly by send the short message (SMS) via. GSM network. A linear integrated temperature sensor detects temperature beyond preset value where as semi conductor type sensor detects the presence of smoke or gas form fire hazards. The sensors are connected via. Common data line to ATMega8LAVR microcontroller. Standard GSM bands are used to send the alert messages is based on SIM300CZ GSM kit network module. The system is implementing on printed circuit board (PCB) and tested under different condition to able to evaluate its performance

Keywords:Fire Detector, Microcontroller, Fire Alarm, Temperature Sensor, SMS, GSM Network

[1]. Asif, O, Hossian, Md.B, Hasan, M., Rahman, M.T. and Chowdhury, M.E.H (2014) Fire Detectors Review and Design automated,
quick responsive, Fire Alarm system based on SMS.
[2]. Zhang, L. and Wang, G. (2001) Design Implementation of automatic fire alarm system based on wireless sensor networks
[3]. Kwon, O.H., Cho, S.M.and Hwang, S.M.(2008) Dsign and implementation of Fire alarm system
[4]. BBC NEWS ASIA (25 November 2012) Dhaka Bangladesh Clothes Factory Fire Kills more than 100.
[5]. Cot, A. and Bugbee, P. (1988) Ionization Smoke Detectors. Principle of Fire Protection. National Fire Protection Association, Quincy,249.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Analysis of Wind on Tall Structure
Country :: India
Authors :: pranali U. Meshram || mrs. Deepa Telang
Page No. :: 14-16

Recently modern architectural designs means that something regularity and irregularity in pure geometry. Everyone needs to win the race of planning beautiful and complex structures and with issues of scarceness of land it's today's necessity to travel higher and better vertical and construct high rise structures. However as we have a tendency to go higher wind excitation between one in every of the foremost precarious force acting on the surface of the structure and if the set up geometry is irregular it will induce torsion which might be life threatening to the structure, therefore it's essential to analyze and perceive such forces throughout planning. In this study the behaviour of high rise building against the wind forces in wind zone and structure is analysed for specific heights. Also direction of wind plays very important role in behaviour of structure.

Keywords: Wind pressure, High rise Structure, regular and irregular geometry, Residential Building, Stress.

[1]. Syed Fahad Ali and S.A. Bhalchandra, Study on seismic Analysis of RCC and steel-concrete composite structure and cost comparison with different support condition, International journal for scientific research and development,
[2]. Sanhik Kar Majumder and Priyabrata Guha, Comparison between wind and seismic load on different types of structures,International journal of engineering science invention
[3]. U.Y.Jeong, Advance in tall building design under strong winds, Structural congress ASCE, 2015

[4]. Code IS: 456(2000), Indian Standard Code of Practice for Plan and Reinforcement concrete (Fourth Revisions), Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), New Delhi.
[5]. Ravinder Ahlawat and Ashok K. Ahuja, (2015), "Wind loads on "T‟ plan shape tall buildings". Journal of Academia and Industrial Research (JAIR) ISSN: 2278-5213.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Active And Reactive Power Control Using Renewable Energy Sources
Country :: India
Authors :: puja P.Mahajan (Pg.Student) || pradnya Parate (Guide)
Page No. :: 17-20

This work presents related to the management of active and reactive power exchange between a distributed generation (DG) source and the grid connected for improved utilization of electricity generated by the DG source such as solar & wind energy. This is based on the recently introduced Availability Based Tariff (ABT) concept for the consumer loads, where the conventional power grid is available.In situations, when, the grid power is available at high cost during high electrical tariff, the locally generated power from solar is utilized for consumer loads or even excess power can be fed back to the grid in order to earn financial benefits. In addition to current control and voltage control, power quality control is made to reduce the total harmonics distortion. This work offers an increased opportunity.......

Keywords-Grid interactive inverter, Voltage Controller, Current Controller, THD Improvement, Reactive power compensation

[1]. Wang, Q., Cheng, M., Jiang, Y., Zuo, W., &Buja, G. (2018), "A Simple Active and Reactive Power Control for Applications of Single-Phase Electric Springs", IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 65(8), 6291–6300.
[2]. DehghaniTafti, H., Maswood, A. I., Konstantinou, G., Pou, J., & Acuna, P. (2018), " Active/reactive power control of photovoltaic grid-tied inverters with peak current limitation and zero active power oscillation during unbalanced voltage sags ",IET.
[3]. Bisht, R., Subramaniam, S., Bhattarai, R., &Kamalasadan, S. (2018), "Active and reactive power control of single phase inverter with seamless transfer between grid- connected and islanded mode" , 2018 IEEE Power and Energy Conference at Illinois (PECI).
[4]. Andran, A. S., & Lenin, P. (2018), "A review on active & reactive power control strategy for a standalone hybrid renewable energy system based on droop control",2018 International Conference on Power, Signals, Control and Computation (EPSCICON).
[5]. Viswadev, R., Ramana, V. V., Venkatesaperumal, B., & Mishra, S. (2018), "Real and reactive power control of solar grid-tie
inverter under distorted grid conditions", 2018 International Conference on Power, Instrumentation, Control and Computing (PICC).

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Use of Sugarcane Bagasse Ash from Sustainability Point of View in Fly Ash Bricks
Country :: India
Authors :: Suresh Buram || Rakesh Bore || Shreyash Bodkhe || Vaibhav Garmode || Basudev Kundu || Milind Khamagaonkar
Page No. :: 21-22

As we all know that the India is the second largest country in the world in production of sugarcane. According to data have been released by the department of Agriculture, cooperation and farmer welfare on 3rd june 2019. The total sugarcane production in india during 2018-2019 is 400.37 million tonnes. It is expected that sugarcane production in future may increase. The Bagasse is sugarcane fibre waste left after juice extraction. Sugarcane bagasse ash mainly contains silica(Sio2 , Alumina (Al2o3) and calcium. Use of sugarcane bagasse ash waste in bricks can save the fertile land and the sugarcane industry disposal cost. The bricks prepared with various amounts of bagasse ash and fly ash are tested for the compressive strength, water absorption , efflorescence test and other properties. The main aim of this research is to make economical and light weigth bricks so as to decreases the dead load of the structure . Use of sugarcane bagasse ash is sustainabile solution for solid waste management also.

Keywords- Sugarcane Bagasse Ash, Fly Ash, Compressive Strength, Light weight ,Bricks, sustainabile.

[1]. A.P Sing and P. Kumar, "Light Weight Cement Sand and bagasses ash bricks ," International Journal of Innovative Reasearch in Science and Technology ,vol .1, no .12 pp.284-287 M.V. Madhurwar ,S.A .Mandavgane ,and R.V.Ralegaonkar
[2]. Jayraj Vinodsinh Solanki, Ronak prakashkumar patel, prof. Jayeshkumar Pitroda (2013), A study on Low Quality Fly ash an Opportunity for sustainnable and Economical concrete , IJSR international Journal Of Scientific Research Volume 2 Issue 2 Feb 2013
[3]. IS 12894:2002 Pulverized Fuel Ash Lime Bricks Specification (First Revision)
[4]. IS 456:2000 Plain And Reinforced Concrete Code of Pratice (Fourth Revision)
[5]. Shruthi H R1, Dr.H Eramma2 yashwanth M K3 Keerthi Gowda B .S .international journal of advance technology in engineering and science volume no .2 issue no 08.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Study and Analysis of Pre-Engineering Building Structure
Country :: India
Authors :: Sunil Kumar || Assit. Prof. G.B. Bhaskar
Page No. :: 23-25

In the present study Pre-engineered Buildings are analysis and studied in accordance with technical specification. Pre Engineered Building (PEB) concept in the design of structures has helped in optimizing design. Steel is the basic material that is used in the Materials that are used for Pre-engineered steel building. The latest version of the Code of Practice is IS 800:2007 is based on Limit State Method of design. The adoptability of PEB in the place of Conventional Steel Building (CSB) design concept resulted in many advantages, including economy and easier fabrication. PEB methodology is versatile not only due to its quality pre-designing and prefabrication, but also due to its light weight and economical construction. In this study, an industrial structure (Ware House) is analyzed and designed according to the Indian standard, IS 800-2007. The study of Pre Engineering Building with Conventional Steel Building has been carried out and the observations made based on this study are very much useful to the practicing structural engineers.

Keywords- Pre-Engineering Building, Staad Pro. IS Code, Dynamic Load.

[1]. L.S.Negi "Design of steel structures" by Tata Mc graw hill
[2]. G.Sai Kiran (2014). Comparison of Design Procedures for Pre Engineering Buildings (PEB).
[3]. Pradeep V (March-2014) Comparative Study of Pre Engineered and Conventional Industrial Building Sagar D. Wankhade (June- 2014)Design & Comparison of Various Types of Industrial Buildings.
[4]. Milind Bhojkar P (Dec-2014). Comparison of Pre Engineering Building and Steel Building with Cost and Time Effectiveness.
[5]. Dale C. Perry, Herbert S. Saffir, James R. McDonald, "Performance of Metal Buildings in High Winds", Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics, 36 (1990) 985-999 985, Elsevier Science Publishers.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Effect Of Soil Structure Interaction On The Dynamic Behavior Of Building - A Review
Country :: India
Authors :: Sushant Kamthikar || Mr. Laxmikant Vairagade
Page No. :: 26-29

Soil Structure Interaction (SSI) is the response of soil that influence the motion of the structure. Soil structure interaction is prominent for heavy structure, especially for high rise building located on soft soil. Incorporation of soil interaction effect will reduce the base shear and flexibility of soil. Because of this the stiffness of the building is getting reduced resulting, increase in the natural period of the structure during earthquake. One cause of these deviations is base-slab averaging, in which spatially variable ground motions within the building envelope are averaged within the foundation footprint due to the stiffness and strength of the foundation system. Another cause of deviation is embedment effects, in which foundation-level motions are reduced as a result of ground motion reduction with depth below the free surface. Interaction of pile foundation with wave propagation below the base slab, which can further modify foundation-level motions at the base of a structure.

Keywords: Soil structure interaction, flexibility, Kinematic interaction

[1]. Bowles J.E, 1996. "Foundation Analysis and Design", 5th Edition, McGraw-Hill International Editions, Civil Engineering Series, New York,

[2]. Chandrashekar. A, Jayalakshmi B.R, KattaVenkataramana, 2005. "Dynamic soil-structure interaction effects on multi storied RCC frames" Proceedings of International Conference on Advance to structural dynamics and its application7-9 December, ICASDA, 454–467.

[3]. IS: 1893(part 1): 2002, "Criteria for Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures", part 1-General provisions and buildings, fifth revision, Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi, India.
[4]. IS: 456-2000, "Code of Practice for Plain and Reinforced Concrete", Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi, India.
[5]. Jisha S.V, Jayalekshmi B.R and Shivashankar R, "Contact pressure distribution under raft foundation of tall reinforced concrete industrial chimneys due to dynamic soil structure interaction", ISET golden jubilee symposium, Paper No. C003, 2012.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Durability Enhancement of Structure by Using Bacterial Concrete
Country :: India
Authors :: Prof. Rakeshkumar K. Tiwari || Prof. Saurabh S. Naik
Page No. :: 30-34

Concrete is a tough long lasting material mixture of cement, aggregate and water and most used building material in the world. Concrete has an ultimate load carrying capacity under compression but the material is weak in tension. Even though preventive measures during the construction phase are often execute but prior corrosion may still occur. The development and application of a bio-chemical agent which, when incorporated in the concrete matrix, autonomously and actively prevents premature reinforcement corrosion in a two fold mode. The produced bio-minerals block and seal cracks resulting in a delay of further ingress of water as well as to a decrease of inward diffusion rate of chloride and oxygen. Form a new type of self-healing concrete in which bacteria mediate the making of minerals which seal freshly...........

Keywords: Self healing, Sustainable Concrete, Bio-Chemical Agents, Building materials, Cracks

[1]. Abhishek Thakur, P.G. Student, Department of Civil Engineering, Chandigarh University, Gharaun, Punjab, India, Akshay Phogat, U.G. Student, Department of Bio-Technology, Chandigarh University, Gharaun, Punjab, India. Khushpreet Singh, Assistant Professor,
Department of Civil Engineering, Chandigarh University, Gharaun, Punjab, India.
[2]. Akshay Phogat, Abhishek Thakur, Khushpreet Singh, U.G. Student, Department of Bio-Technology, Chandigarh University, Gharaun, Punjab, India. Bacterial Concrete And Effect Of Different Bacteria On The Strength And Water Absorption Characteristics Of Concrete.
[3]. DeGraef B, DeWindt W, Dick J, Verstraete W, DeBelie N (2005) Cleaning of concrete fouled by lichens with the aid of Thiobacilli.
Materials and Structures 38(284):875-882.
[4]. E. Schlangen, H. Jonkers, S. Qian & A. Garcia Delft University of Technology, Microlab, Delft, Netherlands.

[5]. Ghosh P, Mandal S, Chattopadhyay BD, Pal S (2005) Use of microorganism to improve the strength of cement mortar. Cement and Concrete Research 35(10):1980-1983.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Soil Interaction Effect Onrc Building With Different Types Of Foundations
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms. Priyanka T.Raut || Dr.Tushar G.Shende
Page No. :: 35-40

The process in which the response of the soil influences the motion of the structure and response of the structure influences the motion of the soil is known as Soil- Structure Interaction (SSI).The social economic damages caused by an earth quake depend to a great extent on the features of the strong ground motions, these motions reflect primarily from factors such as source characteristics, propagation wave path and local site conditions. In the normal design practice all will consider building frame as a fixed base but in actual case the flexible nature of soil allows the foundation for movement. Due to this the stiffness of the building frame get decreases thus increase in the natural time period of the structure and thus the overall response gets changed. Hence the present thesis work deals with the response of the building frame with Isolated and raft foundation under soil flexibility due to seismic behavior.

Keywords: Soil- Structure Interaction (SSI).Maximum Considered Earthquake (MCE)

[1]. MeghnaModi, 2016In practice, conventional method of analyzing the structure is by applying its base as FIXED/HINGED. In conventional structural design, SSI effects are not considered. In the present paper, an attempt has been made to carry out a parametric study for analysis of 3 bays x 3 bays space frames will be analyzed.
[2]. Kuladeepu M N, 2015 In the present study the dynamic behavior of building frames over raft footing under seismic forces uniting soil structure interaction is considered. The analysis is carried out using FEM software SAP2000 *Ver14. For the interaction analysis of space frame, foundation and soil are considered as parts of a single compatible unit and soil is idealized using the soil models for analysis.
[3]. Dr. S.S. Patil, 2016In conventional method of design of raft foundation, base flexibility due to soil mass is ignored. The analysis carried out using Equivalent Static Method (ESM) in accordance with IS1893-2002. The soil flexibility is incorporated in the analysis by using Winkler approach ( Spring Model). SAP-2000 software. is used to model fixed base and flexible base.
[4]. Venkatesh M. B., 2017 Civil engineering structures such as building must have sufficient safety margin under dynamic loading like earthquake. The dynamic performance of a RCC building can be determined accurately that requires appropriate modeling considering foundation-soil, building-foundation and soil interactions

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Design & Analysis of Rcc Building with and Without Bracing by Response Spectrum Method - A Review
Country :: India
Authors :: Dipika Ingole || Dr. Tushar G. Shende
Page No. :: 41-44

Concrete braced and steel braced reinforced concrete frame is one of the structural systems used to resist earthquake loads in multistoried buildings. Many existing reinforced concrete buildings need retrofit to overcome deficiencies to resist seismic loads. The use of concrete and steel bracing systems for strengthening seismically inadequate reinforced concrete frames is a viable solution for enhancing earthquake resistance. Concrete and steel bracing is economical, easy to erect, occupies less space and has flexibility to design for meeting the required strength and stiffness. In the present study, the seismic performance of reinforced concrete(RC) building rehabilitated using concentric RCC or steel Bracings is investigated.............

Keywords: RC frame Structure, Bracings, Response Spectrum, forces, Storey drift

[1]. Krishnaraj R. Chavan, H.S.Jadhav, (2014), ―Seismic Response of R C Building With Different Arrangement of Steel Bracing System‖,Int. Journal of Engineering Research and Applications,Vol. 4, Issue 7,pp.218-222.
[2]. Kalibhat M.G., Kamath K., Prasad S. K. and Pai R.R., (2014), ―Seismic Performance of Concentric Braced SteelFrames from Pushover Analysis‖, IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering, pp. 67-73
[3]. M. I. Khan, K. N. Khan, (2014), ―Seismic Analysis of Steel Frame With Bracings Using Pushover Analysis‖,International Journal of Advanced Technology in Engineering and Science,Volume No.02, Issue No. 07, pp.369-381.
[4]. Dr. S. N. Tande,Amol A. Sankpal, (2014), ―Study of Inelastic Behavior of Eccentrically Braced Frames under Non Linear Range‖,International Journal of Latest Trends in Engineering and Technology.
[5]. Kiran Kamath, Shruthi, Shashikumar Rao, (2015), ―Comparative Study on Concentric Steel Braced Frame Structure due to Effect of Aspect Ratio using Pushover Analysis‖,International Journal of Scientific Research Engineering & Technology,Volume 4, Issue 3

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Seismic Performance Evaluation Of High Rise Rcc Buildings With And Without X-Braced Friction Dampers
Country :: India
Authors :: Shubham S. Patil || Laxmikant Vairagade || Shalaka Sharma
Page No. :: 45-48

The work is concerned with the comparison of the seismic evaluation of High Rise RCC buildings connected with and without X- braced friction dampers, the method carried out in terms of equivalent static, response spectrum and pushover analysis according to IS 1893:2002(part1) code.G+10, G+15 and G+20 storey buildings respectively are considered for the analysis. In this analysis for friction damper buildings, the dampers are connected at ground and first floor of all the buildings. The comparison of equivalent static method and response spectrum method by using finite element software package ETABS version 16.2.1 is used toperform the modeling and analysis of G+10, G+15 and G+20 storey buildings by considering the seismic zone IV as per IS 1893:2002(part 1) code. For analysis various IS codes have been referred. This paper gives an idea about various researches carried out on multistoried buildings using dampers..

Keywords: X- braced Friction Dampers, Fundamental Time Period, Storey Drift, Storey Displacement, Base Shear.

[1]. Laxmikant Vairagade, Vivek Thakre," Analysis and Cost Comparative study of Conventional Industrial building with PEB structure", Journal of Information, Knowledge And Research In Civil Engineering Issn 0975 – 6744 , Impact Factor: Gif: 00.9487 , Sif: 03.495.
[2]. Sabih Ahmed, Shoeb Ahmad Khan, "Seismic Performance of Energy Dissipation Devices", International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology, Vol. 7 Issue 04, April-2018, pp. 260-262.
[3]. M. S. Landge, Prof. P. K. Joshi, "Seismic Performance Evaluation of RC Building Connected with and without Viscous Damper", International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology, Volume 5 Issue III, March 2017, pp. 750-758.
[4]. S S Sanghai and P Y Pawade, "Effect of Position and Number of Friction Dampers on Seismic Response of Frame", International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, Vol. 07, No. 05, October, 2014, pp. 1854-1859.
[5]. Mohammad Abdul Hafeez, Mohd Wasee Ahmed, Syed farrukh Anwar, "Seismic Performance Evaluation of RC Building Connected With and Without X-Braced Friction Dampers", International Journal of Management, Technology And Engineering, Volume 8, Issue XI, NOVEMBER 2018, pp. 1128-1134.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Comptability Study Of Seismic & Wind Analysis Of Steel Structural Design Using Softwares - A Review
Country :: India
Authors :: Vaishnavi Narendra Sakharkar || Mr. Laxmikant Vairagade
Page No. :: 49-52

High Rise buildings are becoming increasingly common and economical in developed and developing countries with increase in urbanization all over the world. Many of these buildings do not have structural walls at ground floor level to increase the flexibility for use in parking or retail and commercial use. Reinforced concrete structures are mostly used since this is most convenient & economic system for low rise building. However, for medium to high rise buildings these are no longer economical because of increasing dead load, less stiffness, span restriction and hazardous formwork. So it becomes important to use steel frame building which reduces the weight of the structure or use the steel composite section for the framing construction of the building. This paper comprises of the comparative study of steel take off and analysis of steel structure by both wind and seismic forces on both the structural analysis and design softwares STAAD and ETABS.

Keywords: Steel Frame Structure, Wind Analysis, Seismic Analysis, IS code, Pre-Engineering Building

[1]. Promod M. Gajbe, Prof. R.V.R.K. Prasad."Analysis of Soft Story Mutistored Steel Structure Building" international Journal for Scientific Research & Department.Vol 4, Issue 05, pp 193-197,2016
[2]. Shubham Jain, S.S.Bhadoria, S.S. Kushwah,"Comparative Study and Seismic Analysis of a Multistorey Steel Building". Internatioanl Journal of Science and Technology and Engineering. Vol 3. Issue 06 pp.142-152 2016
[3]. B.Ajitha, M. Naveen Naik."The wind and Seismic Analysis on Different Height of Building by Using Etabs". TARCE Vol 5, No. 2 pp 19-26 2016
[4]. I.Anusha, U.Arun Kumar,"Analysis of a Steel Building Against Earthquake Loads". International Journal of Engineering Science& Research Technology, pp238-241, 2016
[5]. Avani Mandlik, S K Sharma, Shahjad Mohammad."Behaviour of Symmetrical RCC and steel Framed Structures Under Seismic and
wind Loading" International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation Vol.III, Issue VIII, pp 132-137\

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: To Study the Compressive Strength of Pervious Concrete: A Review
Country :: India
Authors :: Hrushikesh Landage || Devanshu Ramekar || Sabuj Mandal || Gaurav Yerekar || Durgadas Rude || Arati Rathod || Sandeep Gaikwad
Page No. :: 53-54

Pervious Concrete is a type of Concrete which is highly porous and used for reducing the groundwater flow. Pervious Concrete is made completely made with Coarse Aggregate, Fine Aggregate is Completely Eliminated in this type of Concrete .the concrete allows water from precipitation and other sources to directly pass through it. Pervious concrete helps in recharging groundwater and this technology is best for rainwater Harvesting. the cement binds the coarse aggregate particles and allows water to percolate through it .pervious concrete was originally introduced in 1800 in Europe and was used as pavement surfacing and loadbearing walls, pervious concrete became popular in India in 2000. If the addition of fine aggregate in this type of concrete then the compressive strength is increased and the porosity decrease this type of concrete is used in footpath, gardens .the objective of the paper is to discuss the compressive strength of concrete

Keywords: Pervious, Concrete, Technology, Compressive Strength, Porosity, Recharging, Rain water Harvesting

[1]. Effect of Fly-ash and Metakolin on Pervious Concrete Properties Volume: 223(2019)322-328
[2]. Properties of pervious Concrete incorporating recycled Concrete aggregate and slag Volume: 212(2019)164-175
[3]. Permeability prediction and pore structure feature of pervious concrete using brick as aggregate Volume: 213 (2019) 643–651
[4]. Pervious concrete as a sustainable pavement material – Research findings and future prospects: A state-of-the-art review Volume: 111 (2016) 262–274
[5]. Enhancing the performance of porous concrete by utilizing the pumice aggregate Volume: 125 (2015) 732 – 738
[6]. Laboratory evaluation of permeability and strength of polymer-modified pervious concrete Volume: 24 (2010) 818–823
[7]. Experimental study on Portland cement pervious concrete mechanical and hydrological properties Volume: 50 (2014) 524–529

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Analysis of RC Building Using Base Isolation and Damper System
Country :: India
Authors :: Santoshi Mohitkar
Page No. :: 55-57

An earthquake is a sudden violent shaking of earth which results in great destruction. Due to the sudden violent shaking, a large amount of energy will be released and imparted to the structure. Due to this imparted energy, the structures experiences large displacements, drifts which leads to the failure of the structure. Hence for the safety of structure can be made resistant to seismic activity by vibration control systems. The structure can be made earthquake resistant by techniques such as base isolation and provision of dampers in the structures............

Keywords: Base isolation, Dampers, Vibration Control, Seismic response, Displacements, Drifts, ETABS

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of earthquake engineering", Earthq Eng & Eng Vib (2014) 13: 17-46 .
[2]. Branz Study Report, "Base Isolation of Low Rise Light And Medium Height Buildings", 10th World Conference on Seismic Isolation, Energy Dissipation and Active Vibrations Control of Structures, Istanbul, Turkey, May 28-31, 2007.
[3]. C C Patel, R S Jangid , " Optimum Parameter of Viscous Damper for Damped Adjacent Coupled System", Journal of Civil Engineering and Science, JCES Vol.1 No. 1 2012 PP.22-30.
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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Comparative Study Of Pre Engineered And Conventional Steel Building
Country :: India
Authors :: Humanaaz Arif Qureshi || Dr. Kuldeep R. Dabhekar || Amol Shahakar
Page No. :: 58-61

In structural engineering, the Pre- Engineering Building (PEB) is a system that provides economical and less time-consuming design and construction of the building. From the past few years, by the use of PEB design, we get optimizing the design of the structure. When the span is more and column-free design required PEB is the best solution. As compared to conventional steel building (CSB), PEB requires less time and cost. This system is used worldwide due to its more quality control, less weighted member and economical design. The main objective of this paper is the advantages of the PEB system over the CSB system. In this paper a comparative study of PEB and CSB carryout.

Keywords: Pre-Engineered Building, Conventional Steel Building, Tapered Section

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