CSVTU Research Journal http://csvtujournal.in/index.php/rjet <p>The Research Journal encompasses various themes and topics of engineering &amp; technology studies including interdisciplinary works, thereby dedicated as a platform to the current developments in these fields. We invite scholars, academicians, and all scientists society to share their valuable research for better development along with the survival and benefit of the scientific community on an open access forum.</p> Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University (CSVTU) en-US CSVTU Research Journal 0974-8725 Plot Reconstitution and Land Readjustment in Urban Planning http://csvtujournal.in/index.php/rjet/article/view/117 <p><strong>Rapid urbanization in the developing world is causing a lack of municipal resources with public services falling further and further behind demand. New and redesigned settlements are needed but appropriate plots of land are not usually available. More efficient distribution of land is required. Land readjustment is one of the approaches to deal with these urbanization problems. This paper briefly explains the land readjustment process and its potential use in urban development.</strong></p> Vandana Chandrakar Bhawana Girepunje SHUBHAM YADAV Sonam Vaidya Copyright (c) 2021 CSVTU Research Journal 2021-08-31 2021-08-31 9 2 Analysis of a Transportation Network with Railway Migration: A Case Study of Champa (C.G.) http://csvtujournal.in/index.php/rjet/article/view/125 <p class="keywords"><span lang="EN-US">Transportation Network gives proficient street transportation methodologies have recently become a functioning research area. Efficient transportation of users to/from congested traffic zones is one of the main difficulties of the users. A transportation-network analysis is presented here and is applied on a town ring road network that envelops a significant network intersections, cardon line and large motorized and non-motorized movement conflicts. The presented study firstly examines the impacts applied by network at major intersections, and secondly, presents contextual analysis of railway migration into the town transport network. The significance of this study is evidently clear in traffic congestion situations or in road design considerations in which the impact of correlation of transport network-intersections must be pre-requisitely known. The aim of the study is to extend the results of this analysis to be applied for evacuation analyses for other zones with similar conditions or in other congested towns in which correlated intersections in the transport network have a significant presence that must be included in the real-life analysis of a transportation network.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Mohammad Ahtesham SHUBHAM YADAV Sonam Vaidya Copyright (c) 2021 CSVTU Research Journal 2021-08-31 2021-08-31 9 2 Comparison of Seismic Response of RCC Framed Structure With FPB & HDRB Isolators http://csvtujournal.in/index.php/rjet/article/view/88 <p>Base isolation technique is introduced to improve the performance of the building. The base isolation technique is used to decouple the base from its superstructure during the ground motion caused by earthquakes. The installation of isolator in a building at a base level significantly increases the time period of the structure which means it reduces the possibility of resonance of the structure giving rise to better seismic performance of the building. The main aim of this paper is the use of Friction Pendulum Bearing (FPB) and High- Density Rubber Bearing (HDRB) as an isolation device and then to compare various parameters between fixed base condition and base-isolated condition. The modeling procedure for&nbsp; both&nbsp; building has been done using ETABS 2017 software for a regular (G+5) storied OMRF building. Linear analysis using Time History Analysis (THA) for the records of Elcentro earthquake (1940) and Response spectrum analysis (RSA) has been carried out</p> Samikhsha Pachbiye Copyright (c) 2021 CSVTU Research Journal 2021-08-31 2021-08-31 9 2 Climate Change and the Yamuna Floodplain in Delhi : Implications of Land Use Planning http://csvtujournal.in/index.php/rjet/article/view/121 <p>Floodplains play an important role in providing various ecosystem services like groundwater recharge, reduction of flood risks, open space and recreation, improve water quality etc. Over the past century, Delhi has become increasingly populated as well as polluted. This paper discusses the climate change which aggravated the change in rainfall pattern with increase in temperature. Vegetation, soil and land surfaces area removed for construction of road and buildings where the permeable surface is replaced by impermeable surfaces which reduces the infiltration and increases the runoff. This paper also discusses al the possible policies which can be implemented to protect the floodplains from various developmental activities to avoid the flooding in rainy season.</p> upendra singh Copyright (c) 2021 CSVTU Research Journal 2021-08-31 2021-08-31 9 2 A Finite Element Simulation on Effect of Different Tool Profiling on FSW http://csvtujournal.in/index.php/rjet/article/view/126 <p>Friction Stir Welding (FSW) is a new solid-state welding technique that finds application in various industries. It involves the joining of metals without any help of fusion or filler material. The joint between two metals can be formed through the combined action of frictional heating and mechanical deformation, which is developed due to a rotating tool. The friction act like a heat source that provides sufficient heat to stir the material. The material that flows around the tool undergoes an extreme level of plastic deformation. Rotation generates enough friction and the friction generates sufficient heat to plastify the material. Friction Stir Welding (FSW) is used for welding aluminum alloys. However, interest is growing in utilizing the process in a wider range of applications that also employ non-aero engine metallic materials. Therefore, it is the objective of this paper is to provide a broad view of the capabilities of the FSW process for joining metals and also gives sense when welding is performed with different tool profile and rotational speed. This work will cover the basics of the process and the fundamental aspects of operating an FSW. This includes a description of the different parameters that have been involved in this process and also their effect when parameter changed in form of tool geometry and rotational speed.</p> HARI DEWANGAN Atul Chakraborty Copyright (c) 2021 CSVTU Research Journal 2021-08-31 2021-08-31 9 2 An approach towards Inclusion for Food Grain Storage Guidelines and Norms in URDPFI Guidelines http://csvtujournal.in/index.php/rjet/article/view/124 <p>Agricultural Development is an integral part of overall economic development of India. Agriculture produce, supply, distribution and allied services contributed to nearly 57% of our country’s national income. Since independence nearly 60% of labour force was engaged in agricultural profession directly or indirectly. During the period of 1950-51, the food grain production in India was 51 million metric tonne and it roses to staggering 580% to 296 million metric tonne in 2019. The food grains from across country are collected by Government of India and state governments and stored in godowns and warehouses of Food Corporation of India (FCI), Central Warehousing Corporations (CWC), State warehousing Corporation (SWC) and Private Warehouses. Majority of these godowns and warehouses now falls under urban or sub-urban areas due to expansion of cities. The storage, supply and distribution of food grains in urban areas need proper rules and guidelines in URDPFI guidelines for future storages.</p> Sayan Mukherjee Sonam Vaidya SHUBHAM YADAV Copyright (c) 2021 CSVTU Research Journal 2021-08-31 2021-08-31 9 2 A REVIEWS ON THE FRICTION STIR WELDING PROCESS THAT AFFECTS VARIOUS PARAMETERS http://csvtujournal.in/index.php/rjet/article/view/114 <p>A friction stir welding (FSW) is clearly an important process for the success of welding. Many common problems of fusion welding are overcome by friction stir welding (FSW), a widely used solid state joining process for soft materials such as aluminum alloys. The commercial achievability of the FSW process awaits the expansion of cost-effective and durable equipment for rigid alloys such as aluminum that lead to structurally sound welds. Material assortment and design significantly affect weld quality and cost. In this review several important aspects of FSW equipment such as equipment material selection, geometry and load carrying capacity, thermal behavior, equipment reduction mechanisms and process economics.</p> RASBIHARI VISHWAKARMA Sharda Pratap Shrivas Copyright (c) 2021 CSVTU Research Journal 2021-08-31 2021-08-31 9 2 An Assessment of Trend Analysis and Variability of Rainfall at Upper Seonath River Basin http://csvtujournal.in/index.php/rjet/article/view/109 <p>The quantitative analysis of the rainfall events is one of the significant techniques for effective management of hydrological system. Evaluating the spatial and temporal complexities of meteorological parameters in the perspective of climate transition, especially in countries where rainfed farming is predominant, is essential for assessing climate-induced changes and suggesting suitable management approaches. The variability of the annual rainfall has great implications for the planning of irrigation related projects and thus such studies are critical for the planning of agriculture in India. Agriculture is one of the important activities that are highly influenced by the variation of rainfall and temperature. This is an attempt to analyze one of the most significant climate variables i.e. precipitation, to analyze the trend in rainfall in the area. Rainfall variability can be calculated in many ways, both in terms of time and location. Evaluation of rainfall events can be helpful to identify the climatic condition of the particular region. The magnitude or variations of factors differs depending on wherever the area is located[1]. This study is an attempt to investigate about the spatio-temporal variability of rainfall at Upper Seonath basin. Mann-Kendall test has been used to analyze the trend in rainfall data at different gauging stations and the Sen’s slope method has been used to determine the magnitude of the change[2]. Trend analysis is one of the active area of interest to investigate the rainfall variability over the years. Trend analysis for the observed rainfall series was undertaken using Mann-Kendall test. Innovative trend analysis was considered to be an effective method for detecting the overall trend of rainfall events[3]. Long term annual average rainfall and coefficient of variability at each station have been computed and Geographic Information System (GIS) has been used to represent the spatio-temporal variation of rainfall. Daily rainfall data of 34 years from 1980 to 2013 has been analysed in the study to find out the variability of rainfall. Trend analysis of rainfall events on yearly basis represents declining trend across the study region[4]</p> Nidhi Suryavanshi Manish Kumar Sinha Sushmita Gouraha Copyright (c) 2021 CSVTU Research Journal 2021-08-31 2021-08-31 9 2 136 145 Assessment of RC Tall & Multi Storey Building using Software Mechanism such as Staadpro and CSI-Etabs: A Review http://csvtujournal.in/index.php/rjet/article/view/108 <p>Recently the most versatile used software’s in Indian Market are both Staadpro and E-tabs. Many of the researchers who are working in different companies and organization make efficient use of this software’s. The proposal and checked procedure of Government body are also willing to check by staadpro and CSI-Etabs software’s. With the time frame it is easy to get result through software rather than the manual calculation in the current scenario. The economical design of a building is main aim of a Civil Engineer so a different trial has been made to reach out to extent of design standards using these software’s.</p> <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; The current project deals with the examiner of Tall &amp; Multi storey RCC building frame design on account of dynamic l loads acting in the laterals direction &nbsp;such as earthquake &amp; wind. The software used for the study is Staadpro and csi-Etabs. The main objective is not only to test the accuracy of the software’s but also to make buildings with resistant free from the failures &amp; what are output gets by it so that we make the building technical fit &amp; serviceable.</p> <p><strong>Keywords: &nbsp;Staad.pro, CSI-Etabs, Tall, Multi storey, RCC.</strong></p> Arvind Vishwakarma Lalit Balhar Copyright (c) 2021 CSVTU Research Journal 2021-08-31 2021-08-31 9 2 146 153