• Roorkee College of Engineering
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  • Roorkee College of Engineering

Civil Engineering

Project Completed

Name of Project : Water Sample Testing

Under The Guidance : Ashok Anand Email- hodcee@rceroorkee.in

Name Of Students : Abhay Kumar, Shakshi Dhaka

Description : The purpose of this project is to better understand environmental impacts of our actions on the local streams and rivers, the scientific studies of water quality and implementation of the results thus obtained.

Name of Project : Real Time Automatic Irrigation System

Under The Guidance : Abhishek Dabral email- cefac@rceroorkee.in

Name Of Students : KalamBahadur Shahi, Pratibha Yadav

Description : The Microcontroller based irrigation system proves to be a real time feedback control system which monitors and controls all the activities of drip irrigation system efficiently. Using this system, one can save manpower as well as water to improve production and ultimately profit.

Name of Project : Retrofitting of RC Beams With Externally Bonded SIMCON Laminates

Under The Guidance : Reeta joshi email- cefac2@rceroorkee.in

Name Of Students : Shikha Chauhan, Gautam Bhardwaj

Description : SIMCON laminates properly bonded to the tension face of RC beams can enhance the flexural strength substantially. A flexible epoxy system will ensure that the bond line does not break before failure and participate fully in the structural resistance of the strengthened beams.

Name of Project : Protection Repair And Maintenance Of RCC Structures

Under The Guidance : Prashant saini email- cefac4@rceroorkee.in

Name Of Students : Mohd. Aftab, Amir Suhail

Description : This project presents an analysis of concrete illnesses, curing treatments, and problems leading to unsatisfactory performance of repaired concrete structures.

Name of Project : Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Beams with Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregates

Under The Guidance : Sumbul Qureshi email- cefac1@rceroorkee.in

Name Of Students : Akshat Singhal, Adhit Kumar Yadav

Description : This project aims at analysing flexural and compressive strength characteristics of concrete produced using crushed, granular coconut as substitutes for conventional coarse aggregate with partial replacement using M30 grade concrete. Beams are casted, tested and their physical and mechanical properties are determined.

Name of Project : Alternate And Low Cost Construction Materials And Techniques

Under The Guidance : Anand kumar saini email- cefac3@rceroorkee.in

Name Of Students : Aman Aditya, Anupama Ray

Description : The report shows the types of construction which are economical and thermally comfortable for rural houses. The construction is simple, low cost and can be constructed on self-help basis. This project also shed light on cement replacement and their cost reduction with its utilization, materials and techniques.

Name of Project : Slump and strength characteristics of super plasticized concrete

Under The Guidance : Prashant Saini email- cefac4@rceroorkee.in

Name Of Students : Arjun Singh, Ashu Saini

Description : The workability and compressive strength of concrete increases with the use of super plasticizers. Super plasticizers in concrete confer some beneficial effects such as acceleration, retardation, air entrainment, water reduction, plasticity etc.

Name of Project : Waste water treatment

Under The Guidance : Reeta Joshi email- cefac2@rceroorkee.in

Name Of Students : Ayush Nautiyal, Hitesh Chandra Sati

Description : The major aim of wastewater treatment is to remove as much of the suspended solids as possible before the remaining water, called effluent, is discharged back to the environment.

Name of Project : Green Pave Technology

Under The Guidance : Sumbul Qureshi email- cefac1@rceroorkee.in

Name Of Students : Kumar Kartiya, Kundan Kumar Thakur

Description : GreenPave is an innovative soil stabilization approach to road construction that uses alternative binders to engineer sustainable and durable pavement out of native soils.

Name of Project : Water supply and sanitation study for village

Under The Guidance : Sumbul Qureshi email- cefac1@rceroorkee.in

Name Of Students : Tarun Kumar Sah, Umesh Chandra

Description : The main objective of this study was to assess the water supply and sanitation situation in the village. By conducting an assessment, one can determine water supply and sanitation coverage of this area and identify water supply and sanitation problems in the village and then propose solutions to improve water supply and sanitation coverage.

Name of Project : G+21 story Building design by STAAD PRO or ETABS

Under The Guidance : Prashant saini email- cefac4@rceroorkee.in

Name Of Students : Yashovardhan Mishra, Aman Saini

Description : Designing using Software like STAAD reduces lot of time in design work. Details of each and every member can be obtained using STAAD pro.

Name of Project : Effect of Wind Load on Tall Buildings by ETABS

Under The Guidance : Ashok Anand email- hodcee@rceroorkee.in

Name Of Students : Sumit Kumar, Amir Khan

Description : The general design requirements for structural strength and serviceability assume particular importance in the case of tall building design as significant dynamic response can result from both buffeting and cross-wind wind loading excitation mechanisms.

Name of Project : Laboratory study on soil stabilization using fly ash mixtures

Under The Guidance : Prasant Saini email- cefac4@rceroorkee.in

Name Of Students : Anil Sati, Biraj Tinsina

Description : Soil stabilization is one of most important for construction purposes, widely used in connection with road pavement and foundation construction because it improves the engineering properties of soil such as strength, volume stability and durability

Name of Project : Study of liquefaction of soil

Under The Guidance : Ashok Anand email- hodcee@rceroorkee.in

Name Of Students : Ishwor Singh Saud, Namraj BC

Description : Liquefaction is the phenomena when there is loss of strength in saturated and cohesion-less soils because of increased pore water pressures and hence reduced effective stresses due to dynamic loading.

Name of Project : Ground Improvement techniques

Under The Guidance : Abhishek Dabral email- cefac@rceroorkee.in

Name Of Students : Nishant Singh Bhandari, Prakash Bahadur Ayer

Description : The ground can be improved by adapting certain ground improvement techniques. Vibro-compaction increases the density of the soil by using powerful depth vibrators. Vacuum consolidation is used for improving soft soils by using a vacuum pump.

Name of Project : Analysis of Traffic Flow

Under The Guidance : Reeta joshi email- cefac2@rceroorkee.in

Name Of Students : Rakesh Rathod, Shruti Badoni

Description : Traffic analysis is the process of intercepting and examining messages in order to deduce information from patterns in communication, which can be performed even when the messages are encrypted

Name of Project : Mechanical properties Concrete by using Metakaoline as Cement

Under The Guidance : Prashant Saini email- cefac4@rceroorkee.in

Name Of Students : Surya Abhishek, Tek Bahadur Bist

Description : Cement concrete is the most extensively used construction material. Maintenance and repair of concrete structures is a growing problem involving significant expenditure. Metakaolin looks to be a promising supplementary cement material for high performance concrete. Properties of concrete with metakaolin are mostly preferred additives in high performance concrete

PROJECT NAMEUNDER THE GUIDANCENAME OF STUDENTSDESCRIPTION
Water Sample Testing Ashok Anand Email- hodcee@rceroorkee.in Abhay Kumar
Shakshi Dhaka
The purpose of this project is to better understand environmental impacts of our actions on the local streams and rivers, the scientific studies of water quality and implementation of the results thus obtained.
Real Time Automatic Irrigation System Abhishek Dabral email- cefac@rceroorkee.in KalamBahadur Shahi
Pratibha Yadav
The Microcontroller based irrigation system proves to be a real time feedback control system which monitors and controls all the activities of drip irrigation system efficiently. Using this system, one can save manpower as well as water to improve production and ultimately profit.
Retrofitting of RC Beams With Externally Bonded SIMCON Laminates  Reeta joshi email- cefac2@rceroorkee.in Shikha Chauhan
Gautam Bhardwaj
SIMCON laminates properly bonded to the tension face of RC beams can enhance the flexural strength substantially. A flexible epoxy system will ensure that the bond line does not break before failure and participate fully in the structural resistance of the strengthened beams.
Protection Repair And Maintenance Of RCC Structures Prashant saini email- cefac4@rceroorkee.in Mohd. Aftab
Amir Suhail
This project presents an analysis of concrete illnesses, curing treatments, and problems leading to unsatisfactory performance of repaired concrete structures.
Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Beams with Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregates  Sumbul Qureshi email- cefac1@rceroorkee.in Akshat Singhal
Adhit Kumar Yadav
This project aims at analysing flexural and compressive strength characteristics of concrete produced using crushed, granular coconut as substitutes for conventional coarse aggregate with partial replacement using M30 grade concrete. Beams are casted, tested and their physical and mechanical properties are determined.
Alternate And Low Cost Construction Materials And Techniques  Anand kumar saini email- cefac3@rceroorkee.in Aman Aditya
Anupama Ray
The report shows the types of construction which are economical and thermally comfortable for rural houses. The construction is simple, low cost and can be constructed on self-help basis. This project also shed light on cement replacement and their cost reduction with its utilization, materials and techniques.
Slump and strength characteristics of super plasticized concrete Prashant Saini email- cefac4@rceroorkee.in Arjun Singh
Ashu Saini
The workability and compressive strength of concrete increases with the use of super plasticizers. Super plasticizers in concrete confer some beneficial effects such as acceleration, retardation, air entrainment, water reduction, plasticity etc.
Waste water treatment Reeta Joshi email-cefac2@rceroorkee.in Ayush Nautiyal
Hitesh Chandra Sati
The major aim of wastewater treatment is to remove as much of the suspended solids as possible before the remaining water, called effluent, is discharged back to the environment.
Green Pave Technology Sumbul Qureshi email- cefac1@rceroorkee.in Kumar Kartiya
Kundan Kumar Thakur
GreenPave is an innovative soil stabilization approach to road construction that uses alternative binders to engineer sustainable and durable pavement out of native soils.
Water supply and sanitation study for village Sumbul Qureshi email- cefac1@rceroorkee.in Tarun Kumar Sah
Umesh Chandra
The main objective of this study was to assess the water supply and sanitation situation in the village. By conducting an assessment, one can determine water supply and sanitation coverage of this area and identify water supply and sanitation problems in the village and then propose solutions to improve water supply and sanitation coverage.
G+21 story Building design by STAAD PRO or ETABS Prashant saini email- cefac4@rceroorkee.in Yashovardhan Mishra
Aman Saini
Designing using Software like STAAD reduces lot of time in design work. Details of each and every member can be obtained using STAAD pro.
Effect of Wind Load on Tall Buildings by ETABS Ashok Anand email- hodcee@rceroorkee.in Sumit Kumar
Amir Khan
The general design requirements for structural strength and serviceability assume particular importance in the case of tall building design as significant dynamic response can result from both buffeting and cross-wind wind loading excitation mechanisms.
Laboratory study on soil stabilization using fly ash mixtures Prasant Saini email- cefac4@rceroorkee.in Anil Sati
Biraj Tinsina
Soil stabilization is one of most important for construction purposes, widely used in connection with road pavement and foundation construction because it improves the engineering properties of soil such as strength, volume stability and durability
Study of liquefaction of soil Ashok Anand email- hodcee@rceroorkee.in Ishwor Singh Saud
Namraj BC
Liquefaction is the phenomena when there is loss of strength in saturated and cohesion-less soils because of increased pore water pressures and hence reduced effective stresses due to dynamic loading.
Ground Improvement techniques Abhishek Dabral email- cefac@rceroorkee.in Nishant Singh Bhandari
Prakash Bahadur Ayer
The ground can be improved by adapting certain ground improvement techniques. Vibro-compaction increases the density of the soil by using powerful depth vibrators. Vacuum consolidation is used for improving soft soils by using a vacuum pump.
Analysis of Traffic Flow Reeta joshi email- cefac2@rceroorkee.in Rakesh Rathod
Shruti Badoni
Traffic analysis is the process of intercepting and examining messages in order to deduce information from patterns in communication, which can be performed even when the messages are encrypted
Mechanical properties Concrete by using Metakaoline as Cement Prashant Saini email- cefac4@rceroorkee.in Surya Abhishek
Tek Bahadur Bist
Cement concrete is the most extensively used construction material. Maintenance and repair of concrete structures is a growing problem involving significant expenditure. Metakaolin looks to be a promising supplementary cement material for high performance concrete. Properties of concrete with metakaolin are mostly preferred additives in high performance concrete