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                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 5 Issue 5      Submission Start Date: May 01, 2024      Acceptence Notification Start: May 10, 2024      Submission End: May 25, 2024      Final MenuScript Due: May 31, 2024      Publication Date: May 31, 2024




Volume II Issue XI

Author Name
Vhora Nilamben Anavarbhai, Jyoti yadav
Year Of Publication
2021
Volume and Issue
Volume 2 Issue 11
Abstract
Experimental investigation has been performed on twelve short and long castellated beam-column elements. The castellation process effectively increases the section resistance because of increasing the depth of the section without any additional weight. By increasing the depth of the beam, major axis bending resistance and stiffness are improved as the major axis moment of inertia (Ix) and the section modulus (Sx) are increased. It has been noticed that, researches that considered castellated elements subjected to axial and bending moment are limited compared to those considered elements subjected to bending moment only. In this research castellated beam-columns are studied under different load eccentricity to investigate the effect of castellation on beam-column strength. Behavior and strength of castellated beam-column are also investigated using the finite element analysis utilizing ANSYS software. The finite element results are found to be in a good agreement with their experimental
PaperID
2021/IJEASM/2/2021/1681

Author Name
Mohammed Rizwan Raza, Ajay Swarup
Year Of Publication
2021
Volume and Issue
Volume 2 Issue 11
Abstract
An increasing amount of red mud (RM) is being generated globally due to the growth in aluminium production. In general, 0.8 to 1.5 tons of RM can be generated per ton of produced alumina. With the rapid development of the aluminium industry, approximately 1.7 billion tons of RM is generated per year globally. The pH of RM is typically 10.5–12.5 owing to the hydroxide (NaOH) added during aluminium production. The case for reusing red mud is not without challenge – the toxic nature of the mud has served as a barrier to reuse. And while more research is needed, recent studies have brought to light the promising potential for red mud to be reused in a variety of applications within the construction industry. In addition to providing an outlet for mass quantity utilization of red mud, studies have found that in many cases, red mud can even offer improvements to the end product. The purpose of this study is to perform experimental study on concrete sample considering red mud as a partial rep
PaperID
2021/IJEASM/2/2021/1682

Author Name
Megha Mangesh Parab, Mohit Singh Bhatiya
Year Of Publication
2021
Volume and Issue
Volume 2 Issue 11
Abstract
Research paper provides emerges as a powerful artistic expression that encapsulates the multifaceted challenges faced by African Americans in the face of racial segregation. The paper successfully navigates through the historical and societal dimensions of the poem, employing New Historicism as a lens to elucidate the profound connections between literature and the socio-political landscape. Maya Angelou's work stands as a testament to the enduring impact of history on artistic creation, fostering a deeper understanding of the complexities surrounding race, identity, and societal struggle..
PaperID
2021/IJEASM/2/2021/1682a

Author Name
Nishant Kumar, Ajay Swarup
Year Of Publication
2021
Volume and Issue
Volume 2 Issue 11
Abstract
India industrial activities related to huge amounts of solid, non-biodegradable waste, waste low density polyethylene (L.D.P.E) plastic being among the well-known. Also high density polythene (H.D.P.E) is added to increase rigidity and durability of the sample concrete. So in this study, the scraped LDPE and HDPE food boxes, plastic begs etc were transformed into fine particles and used as a sand in concrete. These wastes were utilized to alter 5% of fine aggregates in concrete mixture. In this experimental investigation compressive strength and tensile strength of prepared sample is were tested for concrete specimens. Here results shows that compressive strength of concrete sample has small reduction by addition of plastic waste, whereas increment in tensile strength is observed in samples with plastic waste . The survey says only 25% of the waste plastic is recycle and the rest ends up in the landfills, ocean etc. polluting the environment to and adverse extent. Improper disposal of
PaperID
2021/IJEASM/2/2021/1683