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                         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 III Issue VI

Author Name
Ghanshyam Nagina, Shailendra Singh Thakur, Ajay Swarup
Year Of Publication
2022
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 6
Abstract
Cracks in a structure may be hazardous due to static or dynamic loadings, so that crack detection plays an important role for structural health monitoring applications. Beam type structures are being commonly used in steel construction and machinery industries. Cracks may be caused by fatigue under service conditions as a result of the limited fatigue strength. They may also occur due to mechanical defects. Another group of cracks are initiated during the manufacturing processes. Generally they are small in sizes. Such small cracks are known to propagate due to fluctuating stress conditions. If these propagating cracks remain undetected and reach their critical size, then a sudden structural failure may occur. The cracks present in the structure interrupt the continuity of the assembly in most of the engineering structures like beam, columns in which geometrical properties can also be altered. Cracks caused due to fatigue stresses or stress concentration reduces the natural frequency a
PaperID
2022/IJEASM/3/2022/1725

Author Name
Bishnu Gupta, Chetan Agrawal, Pawan Meena
Year Of Publication
2022
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 6
Abstract
Social networking is a low-cost way to communicate with millions of individuals. Because of this, anyone may produce anything on these platforms, and everyone can acquire it, which is a revolutionary revolution in our society. Social media platforms have great potential, but they can allow harmful discourses. This problem includes bullying, insulting content, and hate speech. Many countries quickly understand that hate speech is an issue. It's tough to erect barriers on the internet to prevent the spread of hate between countries or among ethnicities. This is the first systematic, large-scale research of hate speech in online social media. Our goal is to study the prevalence of hate speech in online social media, the most common manifestations of hate, the impact of anonymity on hate speech, and the most loathed groups in various geographic areas. This survey describes the area's state. It presents a methodical examination of past attempts, encompassing fundamental algorithms, methodol
PaperID
2022/IJEASM/3/2022/1725a

Author Name
Tushar Patel, Shailendra Singh Thakur, Ajay Swarup
Year Of Publication
2022
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 6
Abstract
The buildings situated on hill slopes in earthquake prone areas are generally irregular, torsional coupled and hence, susceptible to serve damage when affected by earthquake ground motion. Such buildings have mass and stiffness varying along the vertical and horizontal planes, result the center of mass and center of rigidity do not coincide on various floors. The dynamic analysis is carried out using response spectrum method. The dynamic response that's fundamental time period, storey displacement and base shear action induced in columns has been studied for buildings of various combinations. From some past results show that the performance of step back-set back building frames are more suitable as compared with step back building frames. However, after considering bracings to the step back building frames, a far better performance is observed in comparison with step back, and step back-set back building frames. Three dimensional space frame analysis is carried out for five different c
PaperID
2022/IJEASM/3/2022/1726

Author Name
Tushar Kumar, Deepak Rathoriya, Dhananjay Yadav, Sachin Baraskar
Year Of Publication
2022
Volume and Issue
Volume 3 Issue 6
Abstract
A particle velocity contour, pressure and wall shear stress on the centre line and two distinct point on the surface of wall boundaries within the micro-shock tube has been obtained to describes the different phenomenon inside driver and driven section of the tube. Therefore, it is highly required to improve the performance of micro-shock tube in engineering and medical fields, it is significantly important to investigate shock waves and particle-gas flows induced by micro-shock tubes. Even though shockwaves and multiphase flows discharged from micro-shock tubes have been studied for several decades, the characteristics of unsteady particle- gas flows are not well known to date. In the present studies, 2D micro-shock tube models were used for numerical simulations. Discrete phase method (DPM) was used to simulate unsteady particle-gas flows and the discrete random walk model was chosen to record the unsteady particle tracking. The results obtained from numerical simulation ha
PaperID
2022/IJEASM/3/2022/1727