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Vol. 3 Issue 12

Submission Start Date:
Dec 01, 2022

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Dec 10, 2022

Submission End:
Dec 25, 2022

Final MenuScript Due:
Dec 31, 2022

Publication Date:
Dec 31, 2022
                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 3 Issue 12      Submission Start Date: Dec 01, 2022      Acceptence Notification Start: Dec 10, 2022      Submission End: Dec 25, 2022      Final MenuScript Due: Dec 31, 2022      Publication Date: Dec 31, 2022




Volume II Issue II

Author Name
Abhishek mehta, Ajay Swarup
Year Of Publication
2021
Volume and Issue
Volume 2 Issue 2
Abstract
The design of RC building framed structures is based on current codes of practice. The sophisticated tools and techniques are being used for the analysis and design of RC framed structures. Despite of utmost care in design and construction work and even after more than a century of its use, many a times the RC buildings suffer from damage while the construction work is in progress. The damage in such a case ranges from minor to major serviceability failure or distressed structural elements to collapse of an element or few elements or the entire partly built building frame. Such failures are evidenced in Gujarat state, Nationwide and also reported in literature to take place Worldwide. The partly built building frame subjected to loads incidental to construction work (the Work Progress Load; WPL) require consideration in the design. In absence of the code specifications for WPL, the designers ignore the assessment of its effect during construction, routinely. As none of the National cod
PaperID
2021/IJEASM/2/2021/1633

Author Name
Abhishek Mehta, Ajay Swarup
Year Of Publication
2021
Volume and Issue
Volume 2 Issue 2
Abstract
The design of RC building framed structures is predicated on current codes of practice. the subtle tools and techniques are getting used for the analysis and style of RC framed structures. Despite of utmost care in design and construction work and even after quite a century of its use, many an times the RC buildings suffer from damage while the development work is ongoing. The damage in such a case ranges from minor to major serviceability failure or distressed structural elements to collapse of a component or few elements or the whole partly built building frame. Such failures are evidenced in Gujarat state, Nationwide and also reported in literature to require place Worldwide. The partly built building frame subjected to loads accompanying construction work (the Work Progress Load; WPL) require consideration within the design. In absence of the code specifications for WPL, the designers ignore the assessment of its effect during construction, routinely. As none of the National codes
PaperID
2021/IJEASM/2/2021/1634

Author Name
Tabrez Alam, Manish Singh Bharti
Year Of Publication
2021
Volume and Issue
Volume 2 Issue 2
Abstract
The majority of fuel thermal power is exhausted through the diesel engine heat rejection throughout exhaust emission along with coolant and outstanding quantity of the fuel thermal power is obverted keen on helpful effort. Efficiency of thermal would be enhanced through reduce the heat transfer during exhaust emission as well as coolant. This is designed through low heat rejection engine which reduces heat flow throughout the coolant. Cylinder head valves and Diesel engine piston crown are layered through thermal fence coating substance are call as low heat rejection engine. Experimentation were conduct by transesterification bio diesel as well as high speed diesel prepared as of Jatropha oil lying on four stroke diesel engine, single cylinder, through coating cylinder head by hard chrome and tin, independently. Similarly trans-esterification bio diesel and diesel formed from sun flower oil were use toward perform the test on four stroke diesel engine, single cylinder through piston he
PaperID
2021/IJEASM/2/2021/1635

Author Name
Pramendra Singh, V S Panwar
Year Of Publication
2021
Volume and Issue
Volume 2 Issue 2
Abstract
School is a place where children and young people spend most of their time during the day. Nature is characterized by the habit of sitting down required for academic learning. In this article, I present research evidence showing the effects of four opportunities for physical activity in this area: sports, leisure, classroom exercise, and physical education. Based on the analysis of research evidence on four occasions, I suggest that opportunities to promote opportunities should be directed into a concerted action to integrate a culture of exercise into a residential environment. Using an example of an exercise program to promote physical activity throughout India, I identify four areas in which we should continue to work: policies based on the legislature, physical education as a core content, creation and preservation of exercise culture in schools, and integration of work culture into school environment
PaperID
2021/IJEASM/2/2021/1635a