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Publication for Volume-2 Issue-8, July 2017

Title
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A study on Partial Replacement of Sand using Waste Plastic and Steel Fibers
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Vinodkrishna M Savadi, Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College Bidar; Md Shuja Ull Haq ,Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College Bidar; Ahtesham Khurram ,Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College Bidar; Akash Suryan ,Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College Bidar; Rahul. S ,Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College Bidar
Country
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India
Research Area
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Concrete
The increase of population in world has led to the generation of large amount of waste products such as waste plastic. These waste plastic will remain in the environment for hundreds of years, this has become inevitable problem in the present world. There is an immediate need for solution for such problem. To bring down the waste products many methods has been proposed and one of them is usage of these waste plastic in concrete which may reduce the environmental problems up to certain extent. This work aims to study possibility of disposing waste plastic as fine aggregate in concrete. In this study waste plastic mix concrete is also reinforced with steel fiber to get advantages of fiber reinforced concrete. For this an experimental study was carried out with M25 grade of concrete to evaluate the workability and mechanical property of waste plastic mix concrete with and without the addition of steel fiber. Sand is substituted with plastic waste at a dosage up to 15% by mass and we found that 5% dosage is an optimum percentage without considerable reduction in strength. Results show that adding steel fiber we can improve the quality of waste plastic mix concrete. Thus it can be concluded that replacement of sand by waste plastic up to 5% can be utilized so that disposal of used plastic can be done and hence deficiency of natural aggregate can be managed effectively.
Keywords : Waste Plastic, Steel Fiber, Workability and Mechanical Property
[1]	M. Kumaran1, M. Nidhi, Bini P. R;”Evaluation of strength and durability of waste plastic mix concrete”, Vol 10-11 June 2015 International journal of research in advent technology PP.34-39.
[2]	A.S.Balaji & D.MohanKumar;”Laboratory Investigation of Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate by Plastic Chips and Cement”, Vol. 4, Issue 4(Version 9), April 2014, pp.94-98, Int. Journal of Engineering Research and Applications.
[3]	M.Muzzaffar.Ahmed, Dr.S.SiddiRaju: "Use of waste plastic in production of light weight concrete”, Vol no.2 (2015), issue no: 04(April) International journal and magazine of Engineering, technology, management and research.
[4]	PromodS.patil, J.R.Mali, GaneshV.tapakire, and H.R.Kumavat;”Innovative techniques of waste plastic used in concrete mixture”, Vol: 03 special Issue: 09 International journal of research in Engineering and technology.
[5]	Raghatate Atul M.;”Use of plastic in a concrete to improve its properties” Vol: 01/Issue 3/April-June, 2012/ pp.109-111, International journal of advanced engineering research and studies.
[6]	Nabajyoti Saikia, Jorge de Brito: “Use of plastic waste as aggregate in cement mortar and concrete”, Feb 2012 Construction and Building Materials by elvier page 386-400
[7]	Safi, B.; Saidi, M and Aboutaleb: “The use of plastic waste as fine aggregate in the self-compacting mortars: Effect on physical and mechanical properties”, Construction and Building Materials, ELSEVIER, 43, pp. 436-442
[8]	IS 10262: 2009- “Guideline for concrete mix proportioning”.
[9]	IS 516: 1959- “Method of test for strength of concrete”.
[10]	IS 456-2000 “Plain and reinforced concrete – code of practice”.
Title
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Optimization of Solar Pond Equipped with Thermo Siphon using MATLAB
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Himanshu Sharma, Sobhasaria group of institution,sikar,rajasthan,india; Jagdeep Kumar ,Sobhasaria group of institution,sikar,rajasthan,india
Country
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India
Research Area
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renewable energy
Solar pond is a device which entraps the impinging solar radiation and stores it as thermal energy in its salty layers. Simple salt gradient solar pond consists of three basic layers: lower convective zone, non-convective zone and last is upper convective zone. In present study a simple working experimental setup of salt gradient solar pond was fabricated equipped with thermo siphon heat exchanger of capacity of 20 l in Sobhasaria Group of Institutions, Sikar (Rajasthan) with locally available materials. Different salt concentration layers were made and Salinity gradient was established successfully. Three day field experiment was conducted by considering a 1m3 solar pond. Three different combinations of salt concentrations were considered to perform the study. Model equations are developed for density and temperature variation in solar pond by MATLAB and validated with MOGA optimization technique
Keywords : Salt Gradient Solar Pond, Thermo Siphon, MATLAB, MOGA
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[3]	M.M. Ould Dah, M. Ouni, A. Guizani, A. Belghith “The influence of the heat extraction mode on the performance and stability of a mini solar pond”, Applied Energy, 87, 3005–3010, 2010.
[4]	Alireza Abbassi Monjezi, A.N. Campbell, “A comprehensive transient model for the prediction of the temperature distribution in a solar pond under mediterranean conditions”, Solar energy, 135, 297-307, 2016.
[5]	Z. S. Abdel Rehim, M. A. Ziada “Thermal Behavior Study of Salt-gradient Solar Pond Located in Cairo”, Energy Sources, Part A, 30,349–360, 2008.
[6]	A.A. Abdullah, K.A. Lindsay, A.F. AbdelGawad, “Construction of sustainable heat extraction system and a new scheme of temperature measurement in an experimental solar pond for performance enhancement”, Solar energy, 130, 10-24, 2016.
[7]	A. Alcaraz, C. Valderrama, J.L. Cortina, A. Akbarzadeh, A. Farran, “Enhancing the efficiency of solar pond heat extraction by using both lateral and bottom heat exchangers”, Solar energy, 134, 82-94, 2016.
[8]	Mohammad Reza Assari, Hassan Basirat Tabrizi, Alireza Jafar Gholi Beik, “Experimental studies on the effect of using phase change material in salinity-gradient solar pond”, Solar energy, 122, 204-214, 2015.
[9]	Hua Wang, Xiaolei Yu, Feiling Shen, Liugang Zhang, “A Laboratory experimental study on effect of porous medium on salt diffusion of salt gradient solar pond”, Solar energy, 122, 630-639, 2015.
[10]	Hua Wang, Jianing Zou, J.L. Cortina, J. Kizito, “Experimental and theoretical study on temperature distribution of adding coal cinder to bottom of salt gradient solar pond”, Solar energy, 110, 756-767, 2014.
[11]	Ali A. Dehghan, Alireza Movahedi, Mohsen Mazidi, “Experimental investigation of energy and exergy performance of square and circular solar ponds”, Solar energy, 97, 273-284, 2013.
[12]	Mohamad Aramesha, Alibakhsh Kasaeian , Fathollah Pourfayaza, Dongsheng Wen, “Energy analysis and shadow modeling of a rectangular type salt gradient solar pond”, Solar Energy, 146, 161–171, 2017.
[13]	Morteza Khalilian “Experimental investigation and theoretical modelling of heat transfer in circular solar ponds by lumped capacitance model”, Applied Thermal Engineering, 121, 737–749, 2017.
[14]	Alireza Abbassi Monjezi, A.N. Campbell “A comparative study of the performance of solar ponds under Middle Eastern and Mediterranean conditions with batch and continuous heat extraction”, Applied Thermal Engineering, (2017).
[15]	Mohammad Reza Assari, Hassan Basirat Tabrizi , Mohsen Parvar , Ali Kavoosi Nejad, Alireza Jafar Gholi Beik, “Experiment and optimization of mixed medium effect on small-scale salt gradient solar pond”, Solar Energy, 151, 102–109, 2017.
[16]	A.A. Abdullah , H.M. Fallatah, K.A. Lindsay, M.M. Oreijah “Measurements of the performance of the experimental salt-gradient solar pond at Makkah one year after commissioning”, Solar Energy, 150, 212–219, 2017.
[17]	Mostafa H. Sharqawy, John H. Lienhard V, Syed M. Zubair “Thermophysical properties of seawater: a review of existing correlations and data”, Desalination and Water Treatment, 16, 354–380, 2010.
Title
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A Study to Detect Urban Changes and its Relationship to Flash Flood in Thiruvanathapuram City
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Divya Shaji, Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology,Surat; Dr. J. E. M. Macwan ,Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute Of Technology,Surat
Country
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India
Research Area
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Architecture & Planning
Thiruvanathapuram is the capital city of Kerala state. As the city is completely effected by flood, but within in the local bodies there are few low-lying areas which are susceptible to flash flood. The urban expansion which due to the increase in population are affected by the lack of proper drainage system and also due to the uncontrolled increase in concrete space,which leads to the encroachment happening near the canal area,decrease in land such as paddy field,ponds etc.Landsat 5 and 8 images are used in the analysis to detect land use changes in the city, which gives the idea of conversion of vegetation land to built up.Digital elevation model is used in the preparation of contour maps.The result of this study shows use of landsat images in detecting the land use changes, the blue green network which has been mentioned in the master plan of Thiruvanathapuram are also discussed and the various measures which to be adopted to make the city stable to urban flash flood.
Keywords : land use, GIS and RS,SUDS,Urban flash flood,Urbanisation
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Reports
[16]	Thiruvanathapuram Master Plan (Draft),2012
[17]	Trivandrum Urbanisation Report,2011
Website Reference
[18]	www.censusindia.gov.in
[19]	www.corporationoftrivandrum.in
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Title
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Secured Big Data Computing in Cloud Environments
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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G. Kishore Kumar, Chikkanna Govt. Arts College, Tirupur, TN, India; Dr. M. Gobi ,Chikkanna Govt. Arts College, Tirupur, TN, India
Country
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India
Research Area
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Network Security
"Big Data" refers to data sets that are huge in size and/or complex. They may be evaluated computationally to reveal trends, associations and patterns, particularly connecting to human behavior and interactions wherein outdated data processing application software’s are inadequate to deal with them. There are various security challenges linked in this area and if any security breach occurs then it would result in great loss in data and reputation, as the massive volume of data is involved. In addition, traditional security mechanisms and tailored mechanisms for big data would not be sufficient. In this paper, we highlight the data security and privacy challenges proposed by various sources and proposed encryption technique in our future research. For making big data secure, techniques such as encryption must be necessary
Keywords : Big data, Challenges, Security, Privacy, Cloud Computing
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Title
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Study on Minimizing CO2 Emissions in Clinker Unit of Cement Plant in Sultanate of Oman
Article Type
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Research Article
Author Name(s)
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Dr Lakkimsetty Nageswara Rao, Caledonian College of Engineering, Sultanate of Oman ; Safa Ahmed Mohamed Al-Hinai ,Caledonian College of Engineering
Country
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India
Research Area
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Chemical Engineering
The design project of Chemical Engineering focus on solving the problem related to a chemical or process industry. The aim of the research paper is to establish study on gaseous emission in cement industry of Sultanate of Oman. The study was concentrated on testing numerous options that may help in dropping the amount of emission from cement plants especially carbon dioxide emission. As per the investigation the suggested technology was CO2 capture and it was effective in terms of cost and maintain the production amount. According to energy and mass balance of the plant it has been found that 8700 tons/day of clinker produces and 5206.08 tons /day of CO2 was generated. The analysis includes the design aspect for cyclone separator that has an efficiency of 42.7%.In addition, according to the feasibility study of this study it has been noticed that FCI of making plant produce 3.17 million ton/year was 4.2 million OMR. Moreover, according to the present investigation it has been identified that the solution for minimizing the emission couldn’t depend not only in method of production but also some alternative substitution for the parameters, raw material and process equipment used for production of cement.
Keywords : Cement, Mass Balance, Carbon Dioxide, Cyclone Separator, Gaseous Emission and Environment
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