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A REVIEW ON VIBRATIONAL ANALYSIS OF SUSPENSION SYSTEM FOR QUARTER AND HALF CAR MODEL WITH VARIOUS CONTROLLERS

 

IJAERS/Vol. V/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2015/01-03

  Authors: Prof. Pranesh B. Bamankar, Gayatri V. Joshi

ABSTRACT
Suspension system of an automobile not only supports the body of the vehicle, engine and passengers but also absorbs shocks arising from the roughness of the road. So, tremendous research carried out on vibrational analysis for active and passive suspension system. This paper includes review of vibrational analysis for active and passive suspension for linear and nonlinear system. Vibrational analysis usually carried out with quarter car, half car and full car model. Also uses various optimization techniques for optimum parameters for suspension system.

IMPROVING THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CONVENTIONAL CONCRETE BY USING FIBER

IJAERS/Vol. V/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2015/04-05

  Authors: M.A. Farediwala, M.A. Pathan

ABSTRACT
In this research efforts have been put to replace cement with steel fiber for mix design M20. The concrete blocks have been tested for compression, split- tensile test. The values have been compared with that of the conventional values further. In this experimental study considers the effect of steel fibers on the compressive strength and split tensile strength of concrete steel fibers with 2mm diameter and 45mm length is used. The objective of this work is to study Mechanical properties (compressive strength and split tensile strength) of conventional concrete for using fibers of 7 days and 28 days. The concrete mix adopted are M20 with varying percentage of steel ranging from (0%,0.5%,1%,2%,3%,4%,&5%) percentage by weight of cement. The results obtained show that the addition of steel fiber improves the compressive strength and split tensile strength of concrete

EFFECT OF KEY PARAMETERS OF REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAM-COLUMN JOINTS

 

IJAERS/Vol. V/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2015/06-09

Authors: Prof. D. B. Sathavara, Prof. F.Y. Parikh

ABSTRACT
Beam-column joints are critical regions in reinforced concrete frames subjected to severe seismic attack. Beam moment reversals can produce high shear forces and bond breakdown into the joint resulting in cracking of the joint. The shear failure is always brittle in nature which is not an acceptable structural performance especially in seismic conditions. A number of design code recommendations and analytical expressions are available for computing the beam-column joints shear strength under seismic loading. The paper present significant factors influencing the design of beam column joints are identified and the effect of variation of design parameters is compared. Understanding the joint behavior is essential in exercising proper judgment of design of joints. The paper discussed three cases by varying the column B/D ratios and concrete compressive strength and the amount of joint shear in three different locations viz. interior, exterior, and corner are compared.

PHYSICO - CHEMICAL STUDIES OF SHEONATH RIVER WATER IN DURG AREA

 

IJAERS/Vol. V/Issue I/Oct.-Dec, 2015/10-12

  Authors: Prateek Ghosh

ABSTRACT
The river Sheonath is a lifeline for the people of Durg and Bhilai as it satisfies the water requirements of the two cities. With the increase in population, development of new colonies and industries, Sheonath has to bear the pressure of untreated sewage & industrial effluents being directly discharged into it. River water samples were collected from 3 Locations viz (1) The Pulgoan bridge (2) At Village Kotni (3) At Village Chikhli. Samples were taken to the laboratory and analyzed for parameters like Turbidity, pH, T.D.S, T.S.S, Hardness, EC, etc. Poor quality of drinking water has potential health risks for the consumers.