International Conference on Management Practices, Innovations & Research 2019

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: To Study The Compressive Strength Of Concrete By Using Industrial Waste (Wfs): A Review
Country :: India
Authors :: Akanksha P. Tawade || Sapana A. Thengare || Prachi V. Dhopate || Pratiksha D Tidke || Kajal N. Meshram || Komal S. Khobragde || Aasif M. Baig
Page No. :: 01-03
The use of waste materials in the building industry is a major challenge for the efficient construction. In Brazil more than 3 million tonnes of waste foundry sand are generated annually. The industry that provided WFS for this work generates about 1240 tonnes of this waste in every month alone, Concrete is used in construction material. WFS is one of the promising material which needs to be studied extensively as a substitute of fine aggregate in the concrete. WFS is a By-product of ferrous and non-ferrous metal casting industries and it contains high quality silica sand for their moulding and casting process. This WFS is black in colour and it contains large amount of fines. The physical property and chemical property of waste foundry sand (WFS) is dependent upon type of furnace and type of finishing process. Natural or river sand (fine aggregate) was replace with 0%, 5%, 10%, 15% and 20% of waste foundry sand by mass. Usually raw sand is a higher quality than typical natural sand used in the fill construction sites therefore it can be a very competent material for sand replacement.

Keyword :Industrial Waste, Waste Foundry Sand, Fine Aggregate, Concrete, Compressive Strength

[1]. Rafat Siddhiqui, Yogesh aggrawal, Pratibha Aggrawal, EI-Hadi Kadri, Rachid Bennacer 25(2011) 1916-1925 based on Construction and Building Material.
[2]. Anthony Torres, Laura Barlett, Cole Pilgrim- A effect of foundry waste on the mechanical property of Portland cement concrete: Construction and Building material 135(2017) 674-681.
[3]. G. Ganeshprabhu, Jung Hwan Hyung, Yun Yong Kim 2014, Effect of foundry sand as a fine aggregate in concrete production. Construction and Building Materials, 70, 514-321.
[4]. Paulo Ricardo de Matos, Matheus Felipe Maron, Rudiela Aparecida Schankoski, Luiz Roberto Prudencio Jr 2019, Novel applications of waste foundry sand in conventional and dry-mix concrete. Journal of Environmental Management 244, 294-303.
[5]. Bavita Bhardwaj, Pardeep Kumar, 2017, Construction and Building Materials- Waste foundry sand in concrete: A Review. 156, 661-674.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Review On Eeffect Of Vertical Stiffness Irregularity On Building With Shear Wall Framed Structures
Country :: India
Authors :: Shardul Kene || Mrs. Geeta Bhaskar
Page No. :: 04-07

Now every day multi-story building is made for the aim of residential, industrial, and commercial etc. In general, for design of these tall structures both wind as well as earthquake loads are required to take in consideration for analysis. In addition to this there are many types of structures or buildings having different geometry in vertical and horizontal plan. This paper shows the analysis of vertically irregular structure with shear wall frame, the failure of structure starts from the points of weakness. This weakness arises because of separation in mass, stiffness and instant change in vertical plan of structure. The structures having this discontinuity in physical property or geometry are termed as Irregular structures. In the present study shows the review of modelling and analysis of vertical irregular structure by using different structural software and Many of standard codes are used for design of all elements and for designed Wind loads and end of this review paper with comparing of the structural behaviour like displacement, drift, etc. of these vertical irregular with symmetrical regular building.

Keywords: Geometry, irregularity, wind analysis, stiffness, shear wall

[2]. MD. MAHMUD SAZZAD, MD. SAMDANI AZAD : Effect of building shape on the response to wind and earthquakeISSN 2319- 5347, Vol. 04, No. 04, October 2015
[3]. AbhayGuleria :Structural Analysis of a Multi-Storeyed Building using ETABS for different Plan Configurations
[5]. Pardeshisameer, Prof. N. G. Gore (2016), Study of seismic analysis and design of multi storey symmetrical and asymmetrical building, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) e-ISSN: 2395 -0056 Volume: 03 Issue: 01, Jan- 2016.
[6]. N.Anvesh 1, Dr.Shaik Yajdani2, K. PavankumarEffect of Mass Irregularity on Reinforced Concrete Structure Using EtabsVol. 4, Issue 10, October 2015,ISSN(Online) :2319-8753

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Treatment of Wastewater by Using Chemical and Microorganism: A Review
Country :: India
Authors :: Shweta Bhoyar || Swadha Gour || Titishamotghare || Pooja Parise || Shraddha Shahare || Sneha Dongre || Milind amgaonkar
Page No. :: 08-09

This present review paper focus on the Treatment of wastewater. As a fresh water is a need of all living thing, hence it is necessary to available in large quantity but nowadays water resources getting polluted due to liquid and solid waste produced by various industrial and domestic activities. Conventional Treatment of wastewater includes various processes due to which it is costly, required large space and also difficult in maintenance. hence there is need of introducing another treatment process such as treatment of wastewater using chemical and microorganism. In this treatment process chemical eco clean 2300, and microorganism bacillus is use. For 1 litre of waste water 40 ml of eco clean 2300 required. It is herbal chemical used to settle down all the impurities present in wastewater and make it usable.

Keywords: resources, conventional, microorganism, costly, herbal, impurities, settle.

[1]. S. V. Maruti Prasad, B. Srinivasa Rao (March 2016), "Influence of based coagulants in waste water treatment, IJTEMAS, ISSN 2278-2540, volume V, issue III,
[2]. Saima Hanif and Shahid Raza, (30/03/2016) Waste Water Treatment Technologies: DomesticWaste Water Treatment System Composting Toiletsand Wetlands", European Journal of pharmaceutical and medical research.
[3]. David Moses Kolade, ( April 2016) "Review paper on industrial wastewater treatment processes"
[4]. Shailendra Kumar Yadav, (09 July 2016), "Smart Water and Wastewater Management with SmartChallenges for Smart Cites", Watman International Conference.
[5]. Andre Castro Lundin, Ali GurcanOzkil, (2017), "Smart cities: A case study in waste monitoring andmanagement", Hawaii International conference on system sciences, ISBN978-0-9981331-0-2 CC-BY-NC-ND

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Analysis And Design Of Building By Wind Load With Different Wall Materials And Floating Columns - A Review
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms. Tinu Khandale || Ms. G.B. Bhaskar || Ms. Shalaka Sharma
Page No. :: 10-14

Structural Analysis and design are predominant in finding out significant threats to integrity and stability of a structure. High storied structures, which are designed, are made to fulfill basic aspects and serviceability. Since Robustness of structure depends on loads imposed, it requires attention. The design results using ETABS of a rectangular RCC building, for both regular and irregular plan configuration, are used. Conventional reinforced concrete (RC) building frames are most common types of constructions in urban India. Many buildings uses the conventional materials for constructions which have higher weights as compared to the modern materials in infill walls. These buildings are subjected to several types of forces during their lifetime, such as static forces due to dead and live loads and dynamic forces due to wind load. This study presents a review of the previous work done on multi-storeyed buildings about wind load analysis, structures with floating and without floating columns and it's effects and effect of building with different infill wall materials. It focuses on static and dynamic analysis of buildings.

Keywords:Wind Load, Floating columns, Deflection, High rise building, Infill wall material

[1]. A E. Hassaballa, Fathelrahman M. Adam., M. A. Ismaeil, "Seismic Analysis of a Reinforced Concrete Building by Response Spectrum Method", IOSR Journal of Engineering (IOSRJEN),Vol. 3, Issue 9 (September. 2013),PP 01-09.
[2]. Ashok kumar N, Navaneethan M, Naviya B, Gopalakrishnan D, "Planning, Analysis & Design of Hospital Building Using Staad Prov8i", International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 8, Issue 4, April-2017.
[3]. B. Gireesh Babu, "Seismic Analysis and Design of G+7 Residential Building Using STAADPRO", International Journal Of Advance Research, Ideas And Innovations In Technology, Volume3, Issue3, 2017.
[4]. Gaurav Kumar, Megha Kalra, "Review Paper On Seismic Analysis Of RCC Frame Structures With Floating Columns" , International journal of advanced technology in engineering and science, Vol. No.4, Special Issue No. 01, February 2016.
[5]. Gauri G. Kakpure, Ashok R. Mundhada, "Comparative Study of Static and Dynamic Seismic Analysis of Multistoried RCC Building by ETAB: A Review", International Journal of Emerging Research in Management &Technology, Volume-5, Issue-12, December 2016.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Review on Study of Addition of Polypropylene Fibers in the Concrete
Country :: India
Authors :: Rajesh M. Kapse || Mrs. Deepa Telang
Page No. :: 15-19

Polypropylene fiber reinforced concrete is a construction materials which has high mechanical strength, stiffness and durability. With the use of polypropylene fibers in concrete not only optimum utilization of material is achieved but also the cost considerably gets reduced. This paper presents a comprehensive review of various aspects of polypropylene fiber reinforced concrete concerning its behavior, applications and performance of polypropylene fiber reinforced concrete. Here various issues related to the manufacture and strength of polypropylene fiber reinforced are also discussed.

Keywords:Fiber Reinforced Concrete, Polypropylene Fibers, Concrete, Ductility, Mechanical Properties, Durability.

[1]. ACI Committee 544, State-of-The-Art Report on Fiber Reinforced Concrete, ACI 544 1.R-96.
[2]. Mehul J. Patel, S. M. Kulkarni (2012-2013) "Effect of Polypropylene Fibre on The High Strength Concrete‟, Journal of Information,
Knowledge And Research in Civil Engineering Volume 2, Issue 2, Page 127.
[3]. Thirumurugan.S, Siva Kumar.A (2013), "Compressive Strength Index of Crimped Polypropylene Fibers in High Strength Cementitious Matrix‟ World Applied Sciences Journal, 2013, 24 (6), 698-702
[4]. Gencel, Ozel, Brostow and Martinez (2011) "Mechanical Properties of Self-Compacting Concrete Reinforced with Polypropylene Fibres‟, Materials Research Innovations 2011 VOL 15 NO.
[5]. Priti A. Patel., Dr. Atul K. Desai., and Dr. Jatin A. Desai., "Evaluation Of Engineering Properties for Polypropylene Fibre Reinforced Concrete", International Journal of Advanced Engineering Technology, Vol. 3, Issue 1, January-March 2012, pp. 42-45

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Hybrid Power System For Vsc Hvdc Using Matlab
Country :: India
Authors :: Tejaswinipatil prof. Pradnyaparate
Page No. :: 20-24

Presently strength system operates beneath a excessive pressure degree which modified into not noted at the instant they were designed. The operating situations of strength system are being threatened shape the reliability, controllability and security factor of view. HVDC transmission brings a way to have at ease and improve the steadiness margins of strength machine. The feature like independent control of real and reactive electricity improves the strength device stability and guarantees an inexperienced power switch. This Project gives the manipulate strategy used for VSC-HVDC transmission to improve the quick and voltage stability of strength gadget. Transientinstability due to a device faults.......

Keywords-VSC-HVDC, stability, pulse width modulation (PWM)

[1]. P. Thepparat, D. Retzmann, E. Ogée, and M. Wiesinger, "Smart trans- mission system by HVDC and FACTS," in Proc. IEEE Towards Carbon Free Soc. Through Smarter Grids, Grenoble, France, Jun. 2013, pp.1–6.
[2]. A. L'Abbateet al., "The role of facts and HVDC in the future paneu- ropean transmission system development," in Proc. IEEE 9th IET Int. Conf. AC DC Power Transm., London, U.K., 2010, pp.1–8.
[3]. D. Povh, "Use of HVDC and FACTS," Proc. IEEE, vol. 88, no. 2, pp. 235–245, Feb.2000.
[4]. J. Zhu and C. Booth, "Future multi-terminal HVDC transmission sys- tems using voltage source converters," in Proc. 45th Int. Univ. Power Eng. Conf., Cardiff, Wales, 2010, pp.1–6.
[5]. L. Bertling and J. Setreus, "Introduction to HVDC technology for reli- able electrical power systems," in Proc. 10th Int. Conf. Probabilist. MethodsAppl.PowerSyst.,Rincón,PuertoRico,2008,pp.1–8.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Underground Cable Fault Distance Locator
Country :: India
Authors :: K.Abhishek || F.Sunandita || T.Chetan || K.Sakshi || Asst. Prof. Shrikant Vaidya
Page No. :: 25-28

This article is about cable fault distance locator by using microcontroller. The main of this project is to detect the distance of underground cable fault in kilometers. This project uses the simple concept of ohm's law. Faults like short circuits occurs in the cable, voltage drop varies depending on the length of fault in the cable and hence the current varies. The resistors are used to represent the cable and the dc voltage is given at one end and the fault will detects by the change in voltage using analog to digital converter. Then the microcontroller makes the necessary calculations to display the fault location distance on the LCD display.

Keywords-Underground cable, fault location in distance, detection of fault, different location methods, microcontroller.

[1]. Qinghai Shi, Troeltzsch U, Kanoun O. Detection and localization of cable faults by time and frequency domain measurements. Conf. Systems and Signals and Devices, 7th International conference, Amman. 2010; 1-6.
[2]. B. Clegg, Underground Cable Fault Location. New York: McGraw- Hill, 1993.
[3]. M.-S. Choi, D.-S. Lee, and X. Yang, ―A line to ground fault location algorithm for underground cable system,‖ KIEE Trans. Power Eng., pp. 267–273, Jun. 2005.
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[5]. K.K. Kuan, Prof. K. Warwick, ― Real-time expert system for fault location on high voltage underground distribution cables‖, IEEE
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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: High Voltage Gain with Neural Network Based Electric Vehicle
Country :: India
Authors :: Prof Sneha Tibude
Page No. :: 29-34

Due to the more vigorous regulations on carbon gas emissions and fuel economy, Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEV) are becoming more popular in the automobile industry. This project presents a neural network based Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) controller for 1.26 kW Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell (PEMFC), supplying electric vehicle power train through a high voltage-gain DC-DC boost converter. The proposed neural network MPPT controller uses Radial Basis Function Network (RBFN) algorithm for tracking the Maximum Power Point (MPP) of the PEMFC. High switching frequency and high voltage gain DC-DC converters are essential for the propulsion of FCEV. In order to attain high voltage gain, a three-phase high voltage gain Interleaved Boost Converter (IBC) is also designed for FCEV system. The interleaving technique reduces the input current ripple and voltage stress on the power semiconductor devices. The performance analysis of the FCEV system with RBFN based MPPT controller is compared with the Fuzzy Logic Controller (FLC) in MATLAB/Simulink platform.

Keywords- Fuel cell electric vehicle, high voltage gain IBC, PEMFC, MPPT, RBFN

[1]. H.-J. Chiu and L.-W. Lin, ``A bidirectional DC-DC converter for fuel cell electric vehicle driving system,'' IEEE Trans. Power Electron., vol. 21, no. 4, pp. 950_958, Jul. 2006.
[2]. B. Geng, J. K. Mills, and D. Sun, ``Combined power management/design optimization for a fuel cell/battery plug-in hybrid electric vehicle using multi-objective particle swarm optimization,'' Int. J. Autom. Technol., vol. 15, no. 4, pp. 645_654, 2014.
[3]. H. Hemi, J. Ghouili, and A. Cheriti, ``A real time fuzzy logic power management strategy for a fuel cell vehicle,'' Energy Convers. Manage., vol. 80, pp. 63_70, Apr. 2014.
[4]. N. Mebarki, T. Rekioua, Z. Mokrani, D. Rekioua, and S. Bacha, ``PEM fuel cell/battery storage system supplying electric vehicle,'' Int. J. HydrogenEnergy, vol. 41, no. 45, pp. 20993_21005, 2016.
[5]. S. Abdi, K. Afshar, N. Bigdeli, and S. Ahmadi, ``A novel approach for robust maximum power point tracking of PEM fuel cell generator using sliding mode control approach,'' Int. J. Electrochem. Sci., vol. 7, pp. 4192_4209, May 2012.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Comparative Analysis and Design of Flat and Waffle Slab System in Multistory Building under Seismic Condition
Country :: India
Authors :: Vrushali C. Lonare || Monali R. Wagh
Page No. :: 35-39

A grid slab or two-way joist slab is a concrete slab made up of reinforced concrete with concrete ribs running in two directions on its under side. Grid slabs are preferred for spans greater than 40 feet (12 m), as they are much stronger than flat slabs, flat slabs with drop panels, two-way slabs, one-way slabs, and one-way joist slabs. Grid floor system consisting of beams spaced at regular intervals in perpendicular direction, monolithic with slab. The proposed construction site is for urban homeless at Sitaburdi market near Buty hospital, Nagpur. The length of the slab of 23.40 m and width of 8.82 m total area of the slab is 206.38 sq.m. It is design by using M25 grade concrete and Fe415 steel. Flat slab and grid slab has been analyzed by using STAAD PRO software under seismic condition of zone 3. Rates have been taken according to N.M.C. C.S.R.

Keywords: Analysis And Design Of Flat And Grid Slab system, Staad Pro Vi8, grid slab with drop, flat slab with drop, seismic condition.

[1]. Sudhir singh Bhaduria & Nitin Chhugani (2017).comparative analysis and design of flat and grid slab system with conventional slab system. International Research Journal of engineering and technology, (Aug), 4(8), 2314–2319.
[2]. Harish M. K., Ashwini B. T. Chethan V. R., Sharath M. Y,(2017). Analysis and design of grrid slab in building using response spectrum method, International Journal for research trends and innovation, 2(7), 467–475.
[3]. Amit A. Sathawane & R. S. Deotale, (2012). Analysis and design of flat and grrid slab and their cost comparison, International Journal of advanced technology in civil Engineering, 1(2), 122–126.
[4]. Rajalakshmi U, Linda Ann Mathew, (2016). Comparative study on dynamic behaviour of various grid pattern on concrete floors, International journal of science and research, 5(7), 951-953
[5]. Priyanka chandanshive, Sandeep Gaikwad, (2019), Comparative analysis and design of flat and grid slab in multistorey building under seismic condition, International conference on innovation & reaserch in engineering, science and technoloygy, 29-32.
[6]. Vishesh P. Thakkar, Anuj K. Chandiwala, Unnati D. Bhagat,(2017), Comparative study of seismic behaviour of flat slab and convetional RC framed stucture,International Journal of engineering research & tchnology, 6(4),286-290.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Survey on Online Examination System
Country :: India
Authors :: Reeshabh S Thakur || Aman Kumar || Rohit Dhande || VipinTekam || VanitaBuradkar
Page No. :: 40-43

Conducting a paperless examination is made available by using the concept of web based online examination, which includes automated processing system for all the works which was previously done by using human work power.

Keywords: Web application, Examination system, Database, Web server, Security.

[1]. A Novel Web-Based Online Examination System.
[2]. Workplace Collaborative Learning Authoring Tool Guide.
[3]. L. Shen, M. Wang, and R. Shen, Affective e- Learning: using emotional data to improve learning in pervasive learning environment.
[4]. Database System
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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Computing with Nearby Mobile Devices: a Work Sharing Algorithm for Mobile Edge-Clouds
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms. Payal Khobragade || Prof. Pravin Kulurkar
Page No. :: 44-57

As mobile devices evolve to be powerful and pervasive com- puting tools, their usage also continues to increase rapidly. However, mobile device users frequently experience problems when running in- tensive applications on the device itself, or offloading to remote clouds, due to resource shortage and connectivity issues. Ironically, most users' environments are saturated with devices with significant computational resources. This paper argues that nearby mobile devices can efficiently be utilised as a crowd-powered resource cloud to complement the remote clouds. Node heterogeneity, unknown worker capability, and dynamism are identified as essential challenges to be addressed when scheduling work among nearby mobile devices. We present a work- sharing model, called Honeybee, using an adaptation.........

Keywords: mobile edge-clouds, crowdsourcing, mobile crowd com- puting, offloading

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Analytical Study Of Various Machine Learning Algorithms For Cancer Diagnosis
Country :: India
Authors :: Devashri Raich || Bireshwar Ganguly
Page No. :: 58-64

Machine learning algorithms are computer programs that attempt to predict something (behavior, type of cancer, image, stock market fluctuations, etc.) according to the situations that led to the past results. The ultimate goal of machine learning in cancer diagnosis is a machine learning algorithm that can accurately predict the type and severity of cancer, using gene expression data or other patient data and help the practitioner in the treatment. With the advent of new technologies in the field of medicine, large amounts of cancer data have been collected and made available to the medical research community. However, accurate prediction of the course of the disease is one of the most interesting and challenging tasks of physicians. As a result, BC methods have become a popular tool for medical researchers. These techniques can assess and identify patterns and relationships between them based on complex datasets, while effectively predicting the future outcomes of a cancer type.

Keywords: Machine Learning, prediction, diagnosis, cancer

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Review of Data Mining Techniques for Soil Quality Analysis
Country :: India
Authors :: Snehal Mohod || Rajesh Babu || Roshani Talmale
Page No. :: 65-70

Data Mining is a method which centers on expansive data sets to remove data for expectation and disclosure of concealed patterns. Data Mining is appropriate for different zones like human services, protection, showcasing, retail, correspondence, agriculture. At first, this information extraction was figured and assessed physically utilizing measurable systems. Along these lines, semi-automated data mining systems rose due to the progression in the innovation. Such headway was additionally as a capacity which expands the requests of examination. In such case, semi-mechanized systems have turned out to be wasteful. Consequently, robotized data mining systems were acquainted with blend information productively. A study of the accessible writing on data mining and pattern recognition for soil data mining is displayed in this paper. Data mining in Agricultural soil datasets is a generally novel research field. Proficient strategies can be produced and customized for explaining complex soil datasets utilizing data mining.

Keywords: Data Mining, K-Means, Support vector machines, Artificial neural networks, Agriculture

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Survey on Secure Access Model for Vehicular Cloud Computing
Country :: India
Authors :: Tejashree Sahare || Prof. Jayant Adhikari
Page No. :: 68-70

Cloud computing becomes he topic now a days.Vehicular cloud computing is a novel technical paradigm with enormous security solution. The vehicular cloud pattern aims to enhance computing infrastructure & elaborating security framework with potentially revolutionizing and myriad challenges. The ultimate suggestion of this paper is to address several securities challenges, the problem of unauthorized users accessing and stealing data & privacy issues and to provide unique evolving approach for directional security scheme. Although security issues have created awareness in cloud users, but still is a critical concern in cloud computing, so to overcome this exacerbate challenges in cloud, we propose a reasonable efficient & new directional security scheme that approaches to infrastructures security, authentication and confidentiality, reliability, scalability, cloud vulnerabilities, establishing trustworthy in vehicular cloud and privacy threats. We propose a secure and revocable access control scheme for vehicular cloud computing in this paper, in which the requester can decrypt the ciphertext with only a small amount of computation

Keywords: Access Control, Cloud Computing, CP-ABE, VANETs.

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