International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology

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Akash Tiwari
International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, Volume 9, pp 192-200; https://doi.org/10.22214/ijraset.2021.37903

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Building approaches frequently produce schedules which induce undesired, cost-effective resource variations in the field. Two sorts of situational limitations and resource restrictions occur often with a project manager. The resources for carrying out the tasks are required for a project. These resources comprise the necessary effort, equipment and supplies. The resources in the ideal world are infinite but typically not endless throughout the real world, and the project team needs to level off resource usage. Keywords: Resource, Levelling, Resource moment, Minimum moment method, RRH
Suchitra K
International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, Volume 9, pp 23-28; https://doi.org/10.22214/ijraset.2021.37395

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Mining results in enormous land damage, varying the ecosystem of microbial culture and disturbing plant life leading to annihilation of the land. Due to this researcher’s has shifted their focus to alternative methods for the sustainable development. The present study aims at environmental friendly and cost effective technique for the reclamation of abandoned mine soil using bio-surfactant. In the current investigation bio-surfactant was produced using Bacillus Subtilis MTCC no. 1427 on 20% spent wash collected from distillery unit. The mined soil with bio-surfactant was able to minimize heavy metal concentration and the plants grown on this soil were healthy similar to the results of the agricultural soil. Keywords: Mining, Abandoned, Reclamation, Heavy Metals, Re-vegetation, Bioremediation.
Aditya Dhobale
International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, Volume 9, pp 49-56; https://doi.org/10.22214/ijraset.2021.37916

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Construction of Body in White (BiW) revolves around plenty of challenges. Ranging from BiW fixtures to curbing weight of Body in White sheet metal design. This paper discusses about all the design aspects in BiW manufacturing in automobile and confronting challenges that occurs. At present, lots of existing theories are being applied and efforts to improve the same are being made. This paper provides a path on how components can be developed and make necessary improvements. CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) tools have been used for FEA (Finite Element Analysis) and also an example of stress analysis of automotive chassis is given. An outcome depending on behaviour of loads acting on frame is drawn. The importance of hollow tubes, tubes of different- cross sections to counter weight and ease the designing of BiW frame have been proposed. This paper also provides insight on safety parameters with current construction of tubular frame chassis. Other solutions such as hybrid tubes, foam padding and plastic trim have been pointed out in this paper. Keywords: CAE, FEA, manufacturing, loads, tubes, cycle-time, cross-section.
Payal Jain
International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, Volume 9, pp 57-65; https://doi.org/10.22214/ijraset.2021.37919

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Present days the analysis of structure with seismic design is more popular. because the first priority of the engineer is effective and durable structure. There are two type of base system first is rigid and second is flexible. In case of flexible base structure, only seismic analysis is not give very effective results. In this condition the SSI effect is more significant and give effective results for flexible base system. The term Soil Structure Interaction (SSI) means interaction between soil to the substructure. This effect give more accurate results after consider in the seismic analysis. If a structure is design according to the seismic analysis with SSI effect than structure could get more durability and safety against earthquake as compare to seismic analysis without SSI effect condition. So the SSI effect can change response of the seismic very significantly. The present study aim is based on seismic analysis of building with Soil Structure Interaction effect on two different soil. A frame rectangular building of G+6 storey has analyzed for flexible base simulating sand and clay soil conditions The software is used SAP2000. Raft foundation has been modeled also. Analysis is made with the response spectrum of IS 1893 2016 code. Seismic response of SSI analysis results are compare in terms of lateral storey displacement, base shear and modal behavior of natural time period on different type of soil ( clay and sand). and conclude that the lateral storey displacement, base shear and natural time period values in SSI analysis with sand soil is maximum as compare to clay soil.
Dheeraj Reddy Dulganti
International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, Volume 9, pp 40-48; https://doi.org/10.22214/ijraset.2021.37907

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An increase in economic growth, as well as urbanization in the hilly areas, encourages the construction in the hilly region. Considering this fact the engineers should assure the safety of constructions in the slopy region. To understand the past attempts carried out on the constructions of the building on the slopy ground the systematic literature survey is done which includes the parameters like types of the building suitable for hilly regions, slope inclinations for safe superstructure in seismic events, types of safety measures recommended to assure the safety of superstructure and necessity of interaction analysis for the constructions in the hilly region. The survey so carried out in the paper gives a fair idea about the research gap and thus motivates researchers to carry out future research on the gap identified. Keywords: soil-structure interaction; slopy ground; bracing system; literature survey; equivalent static analysis; hilly region constructions.
Amey Thakur
International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, Volume 9, pp 128-135; https://doi.org/10.22214/ijraset.2021.37930

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Neuro Fuzzy is a hybrid system that combines Artificial Neural Networks with Fuzzy Logic. Provides a great deal of freedom when it comes to thinking. This phrase, on the other hand, is frequently used to describe a system that combines both approaches. There are two basic streams of neural network and fuzzy system study. Modelling several elements of the human brain (structure, reasoning, learning, perception, and so on) as well as artificial systems and data: pattern clustering and recognition, function approximation, system parameter estimate, and so on. In general, neural networks and fuzzy logic systems are parameterized nonlinear computing methods for numerical data processing (signals, images, stimuli). These algorithms can be integrated into dedicated hardware or implemented on a general-purpose computer. The network system acquires knowledge through a learning process. Internal parameters are used to store the learned information (weights). Keywords: Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs), Neural Networks (NNs), Fuzzy Logic (FL), Neuro-Fuzzy, Probability Reasoning, Soft Computing, Fuzzification, Defuzzification, Fuzzy Inference Systems, Membership Function.
Rohit Madhukar Nikam
International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, Volume 9, pp 136-143; https://doi.org/10.22214/ijraset.2021.37931

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Indian academic structure has a tradition of survillenece and has been fortificated against foreign invasion also on time to time being its education culture. The Indian education keeps its role and importance with pace of time for stakeholders. The unique identity of Indian education lies in the academic bodies, implementation of education based policies in colleges and universities with administative to management departments, role of different educationalist in making smart policies for changing scenario of education in India with respect to diversities in region, class, language, rituals and customs. The education ministry of India also decides different policies in this regard with the aid of University Grants Comission (U.G.C) and All India Council technical education (A.I.C.T.E) through secretariat or bureaucrat officials. But execution of education flows through colleges and universities through chancellor, vice-chancellor, Registar, council like Management and academic, synate, dean of faculities, board of deans, director of board of studies and examinations, board of studies, principals, teaching faculties like professors towards students. Keywords:- University grants comission, educationalist, region, education, bureaucrat officials.
Shubham Gupta
International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, Volume 9, pp 152-156; https://doi.org/10.22214/ijraset.2021.37943

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Technology gives moment-to-moment openness to data, which is the reason its quality in the classroom is so fundamental. Advanced cells, PCs, and tablets are now a ubiquitous component of daily existence for understudies and educators the same. It's just normal that the utilization of innovative gadgets in the class are investigated to make significant learning encounters for understudies, everything being equal. Nowadays, it is almost hard to find a classroom that doesn't have no less than one PC in it. Fortunately, research recommends adding innovation to a classroom can positively affect instructing and learning. Using various sorts of innovation in the classroom, including a virtual study hall, makes students who are effectively drawn in with learning targets. The implementation of innovation likewise makes pathways for separate guidance to meet the exceptional necessities of understudies as individual students inside a more extensive classroom environment. In current time, smart classes is a new innovation development that is quick turning into a basic for each institute in the world. It is an in-the-study hall innovation arrangement that has changed instructing and getting the hang of, connecting with a huge number of schools and schools. Keywords: Integration of Technology, Google Doc, Virtual Reality, Education, Online System, Opportunities, Future Scope
Jaspreet Kaur
International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, Volume 9, pp 165-171; https://doi.org/10.22214/ijraset.2021.37940

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The findings of the study showed that at optimum conditions of the operating parameters i.e., current density = 14.17 mA/cm2 , t = 102 min, and pH = 6.25, 63.41% of COD removal, 90.93% of dye removal and 0.0035 kWh/kg of energy consumption, were observed. Kinetic studies showed that EC based treatment of STW followed first order kinetics and the kinetic constants at 30°C for each response parameter i.e., % COD removal and % dye removal were 0.0205 min-1 and 0.0097 min-1 , respectively. Similarly, at 50°C the kinetic constants for % COD removal and % dye removal were 0.037 min-1 and 0.011 min-1 , respectively. Further, it was also observed that the amount of Al in the treated STW, sludge and scum was observed to be 25.16 mg/l, 0.50778g and 0.06006 g, respectively. Keywords: Waste water, Response Surface plots and optimization
Jai Mehta
International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, Volume 9, pp 144-151; https://doi.org/10.22214/ijraset.2021.37934

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Cyber bullying has been increasing at an unfathomable rate with the rise of the internet and the increasing radius of the social networks. This increasing amount of cyber bullying serves to be a threat to many people who are an active part of these social networks, especially the people using the social media websites for posting information and communication. These crimes have affected many people and have also resulted in suicides. Thus we need an efficient system to detect these bullying attacks and reduce their amount. In the past machine learning models have been constructed to address this problem, but those models have not been very successful. In this paper we will discuss the latest technologies like Naive Bayes, SVM, BERT models, CNN and LSTM that have been applied in this area and compare their results. Keywords: Cyber Bullying, Social Network, Machine Learning, Naive Bayes, SVM, CNN
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