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IJIRTM: Volume-5, Issue-3, 2021

Paper Title : Thermal Transient Analysis of a Diesel Engine Piston with Different Materials by Using FEM
Author Name : Gaurav Kumar, Prof.Padmakar Pachorkar
Keywords : Piston Alloys, beryllium aluminium material, AL6061 , 6 cylinder, heat flux, coating, piston failures.
Abstract :

Typical, most frequently found failures of pistons used in 06 cylinder internal combustion engines. Typical piston failures caused by the poor quality of fuel, the maladjustment of the engine feed system or wrong engine operation have been discussed. The most common cause of piston failures is an incorrectly performed repair of the engine or its improper operation. Here take two material like that AL 6061 without coating and another material is Al 6061 with coating 1 mm layer of beryllium aluminium material. Here take thermal boundary condition is 42 0C and piston crown temperature put-up 420 0C and film coefficient 5e-006 w/m²C .Then here find out temperature results for exiting material AL6061 is 377.78 0C and Magnesium Alloy 377.78 0C when take another beryllium aluminium coated material used then find out less temperature results like 375.75 0C. Then here find out heat flux results for exiting material AL6061 is 9.2 w/mm² and Magnesium Alloy 7.60 w/mm² when take another coated material used then find out less heat flux results like 14.028 w/mm². So it is clear that Al 6061 with beryllium aluminium coated material is best for exiting material AL 6061 and Magnesium Alloy on the basis on more heat transferred and less temperature value.

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Paper Title : Analytic Study of Multistorey Steel Building’s Reserve Capacity by Pushover Analysis
Author Name : Dharmendra Singh Meena, Prof.P.H. Patil
Keywords : Steel structure; RCC Construction; response spectrum analysis; earthquake resistant structure; pushover analysis; etc.
Abstract :

As India seeks to attain the status of a developed country, its per capita steel consumption is on the rise. Already steel structural systems are being used for many buildings in preference to conventional RCC construction. This project work envisages the study of behaviour of steel moment resistant frame through response spectrum analysis (elastic analysis) and pushover analysis (non-linear static analysis). As far as steel structures are concerned, they have inherent better ductility compared to RCC structures. Therefore, employing only elastic analysis and arriving at the design values with associated partial safety factors will not provide a clear picture of the reserve capacity of the structure while under the action of seismic loads. Since collapse prevention is the prime attribute of an earthquake resistant structure, determination of collapse loads vis-a-vis the design loads assumes special significance. This project work makes an attempt to arrive at the reserve capacities of the moment resistant steel frames for heights ranging from G+3 to G+15. The structure is initially designed and optimized for response spectrum loads under elastic conditions. For structural members either Indian standard steel sections or built-up steel sections are used. The results of the analyses indicates that the reserve capacity ratio in terms of base shear reduces from 10.7 to 9.0 as the storey height increases from G+3 to G+6; however beyond G+6 up to G+15 it increases steadily reaching a maximum value of 22.0 for G+15; this observation leads to a significant conclusion that at lesser heights the structures are more vulnerable to collapse than at increased heights.

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Paper Title : Use of Polyethylene and Cement Materials For Strengthening of Soil
Author Name : Prantik Sen, Dr.Pradeep Kumar T.V.
Keywords : Soil Stabilization; Unconfined compressive strength; CBR test; Polymer; etc.
Abstract :

The aim of this dissertation is to determine unconfined compressive strength value and CBR value of soils when they are stabilized using cement and polymer. Soil stabilization has been widely used as an alternate to substitute the shortage of suitable material on site. The utilization of non-traditional compound stabilizers in soil improvement is developing every day. In this investigation a lab try was led to assess the impacts of waterborne polymer on unconfined pressure quality on sandy soil and CBR Test on clayey soil .The lab tests were performed including grain size of sandy soil, unit weight, and unconfined compressive quality test. The sand and different measures of polymer (2%, 3%, and 4%) and concrete (20%, 30%, and 40%) were blended in with every one of them into mixture utilizing hand blending in research centre conditions. The examples were exposed to unconfined pressure tests to decide their quality following 7 days of restoring. The consequences of the tests showed that the waterborne polymer fundamentally improved the unconfined pressure quality of sandy soils which have weakness of liquefaction. Polymer altered the building properties of soil through physical holding. The amount of polymer required to switch the engineering properties was directly associated with specific surface and soil particle coating thickness. The soils amended using polymer is less strengthening compared to soils amended using cement.

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Paper Title : Shear Strength Behavior of M-30, M-35 and M-40 Grade Concrete using Steel and Polyethylene Fiber for Concrete Structure
Author Name : Anand Sagar Khajre, Prof.Sambhav Gangwal, Prof.Toshi Bhawsar
Keywords : Shear test Slump value, polyethylene fiber, Steel Fiber, Deflection.
Abstract :

The effect of all types of fibers has been studied by many researchers. They have studied the physical properties along with mechanical properties of concrete. But there hasn’t been done much research on polyethylene fiber reinforced concrete and waste tire fiber concrete. The knowledge regarding these fibers as reinforcement in concrete is limited. Waste substances in the shape of polyethylene and tires purpose environmental pollution which leads to numerous fitness issues. Polyethylene and waste tires can be recycled and used efficiently in the concrete as reinforcement in the fiber form. Polyethylene is a synthetic hydrocarbon polymer that may improve the ductility, power, shrinkage traits and so on. This paper offers with the effects of addition of polyethylene fiber on the houses of concrete. Polyethylene and tire fibers have been cut into the dimensions of 30mm x 6mm and that they were used 1.5% every by using quantity. Grade of concrete used were M30, M35 and M40. IRC 44:2008 changed into observed for the layout of concrete blend. In this observe, the consequences of the Strength residences of Polyethylene fiber bolstered concrete had been supplied. Double shear test were accomplished in the laboratory for shear electricity determinations. There changed into visible a boom of and 32% in shear power. Check and 36% decrease in double shear test in deflection turned into found out from the experiments. Theoretical evaluation of deflection changed into performed by way of the assist of electricity strategies. Practical values were confirmed with the theoretical values inside the permissible limits.

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Paper Title : Analysis of High Rise Building by Planning, Scheduling and Resource Allocation in Management of Construction Project using Primavera Software
Author Name : Nitin Mukesh Bhalla, Prof.Ravindra Raj
Keywords : Planning, Scheduling, Tracking, STAAD pro, Project Planning Software, Primavera P6.
Abstract :

The examination and plan of the whole construction has been finished utilizing STAAD ace. The outcomes incorporate the different powers following up on different individuals also different timetables for different individuals. Additionally utilizing the product we got the substantial take-off just as the heaviness of the different support bars consequently facilitating the heap of cost assessment. The establishment has been planned as a confined balance utilizing soil condition as medium. The establishment configuration esteems were determined utilizing STAAD Foundation. Primavera P6 has been utilized for arranging the different exercises that encompass the development of a structure. Utilizing primavera we had the option to detail a functioning timetable and furthermore advancement bar for steady observing of the task. Utilizing primavera we had the option to relegate different assets just as obligations on different individuals identified with the different phases of the venture there by expanding responsibility. The length of the task utilizing primavera has been determined to be around 374 days which likewise incorporates occasions. The advancement and the connection between different exercises has likewise been appeared as an enlivened Gantt Chart. This diagram additionally helps the Project administrator to disclose to his customers the different viewpoints just as progress of the venture.

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Paper Title : Physical Properties Tensile, Compressive and Water Absorption for Epoxy Composite Reinforced With Sisal Fiber
Author Name : Vaishali Gupta
Keywords : Epoxy, Sisal fiber, Properties, Density, Tensile strength, Compressive strength.
Abstract :

This work explores the possible utilization of sisal fiber i.e. a natural fiber, in the form of short fiber in polymer composites and assesses its reinforcing potential. This experimental investigation on short sisal fiber/epoxy composites has led to the following specific outcomes: sisal fiber possesses ample reinforcing potential to be used as a filler material in epoxy matrix composites. Successful fabrication of epoxy matrix composites reinforced with short sisal fiber is possible by simple hand-lay-up technique. These composites possess low amount of porosity with reduced density, low water absorption rate, improved compressive and flexural strength and reduced loss of material because of wear. The sisal fiber-epoxy composites fabricated and experimented in this investigation are found to have adequate potential for a wide variety of applications. Manufacturing of light weight sports goods such as: cricket bat, tennis racquets etc. are few such examples. However, the weight fraction of fiber in the composite is to be decided from the view point of required strength. If the place of use is hostile, then sisal fiber epoxy composites are to be preferred due to their fairly good mechanical and wear characteristics. Use of these composites may be suggested in automotive industries as most of the car companies in the world have done a lot of investigation in order to insert the NFPCs in their products. Its main use in automotive industries specially in car interior such as seat backs, parcel shelves, boot linens, front and rear door linens, truck linens, and door-trim panels.

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Paper Title : Thermal Transient Analysis of Wet Multi Plate Clutch With Different Material By Using Fem
Author Name : Vandana Yadav, Prof.Rakesh Yadav
Keywords : ANSYS, CATIA, Wet-Clutch plate, Thermal stress, Total Deformation, heat flux.
Abstract :

In this present paper, we design Wet clutch by Computational Modeling and 2-D drawings are designed for multi plate clutch from computational calculations. 3D model model will be created in the Solid Edge modeling software for Honda CB 125 cc bike. FEM analysis by varying friction materials with some non metals and composite materials we are going to find out which material is best suited for the lining of friction surfaces. Thermal transient investigation has done on the wet clutch plates to check the quality. Modeling of Multi-plate clutch is done by using Solid edge Software and then the model is imported into ANSYS Software for Thermal analysis on the Multi plates to check the quality and temperature circulation of distinctive friction materials such When find out temperature results with all materials are respectively three different material likes Cast iron, Kevlar fiber and Carbon fiber multi plates materials used and used ANSYS software based transient thermal analysis has performed then find out results temperature and heat flux. When find out temperature results with all materials are respectively likes Cast iron, Kevlar fiber and Carbon fiber 138.17 0C, 143.71 0C and 135.56 0 C. When find out heat flux results with all materials are respectively likes Cast iron, Kevlar fiber and Carbon fiber 1.29 w/mm 2 , 1.45 w/mm2 and 2.9 w/mm2 .

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Paper Title : A Study on Heat Exchanger Using Various Arrangement of Baffle
Author Name : Shivam Singh, Prof.Yogesh Kumar Tembhurne
Keywords : Shell and tube heat exchanger, baffle, segmental baffle, helical baffle.
Abstract :

A heat exchanger is a device that allows heat from a fluid (a liquid or a gas) to pass to a second one (another liquid or gas) without their mixing or direct contact. The efficiency of the heat exchanger depends directly on the heat transfer coefficient of the material. In tubes under laminar or turbulent flow conditions with a variety of nanofluids, high heating transfer rates were routinely observed in investigations. The increase in the thermal transfer of the nanofluid depends on particle content, the thermal conductivity of Nano in particular and the mass flow rate. In numerous heat exchangers, the scientists discussed various aspects of nanofluids and various methods for using nano-fluids to increase heat transfer rates. In several research papers, the study focused on increasing the efficacy of nanofluids. However, certain papers are concerned with nanofluid and its effect, performance, thermal transport and overall heat transfer coefficient. Now a day’s mostly research done on helical baffle arrangement which gives better performance compared to segmental baffle and researcher gives some more design arrangement of baffles like trefoil-hole baffles, plate baffles, ladder-type fold baffle etc which gives better overall performance of shell and tube heat exchanger.

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