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Sr.No Roll No. Name of the Student Mentor Project Title Summary
1 1603000035

1603000021

1603000024

1603000034

DHIRENDRA PANDEY

ANMOL SHARMA

ANUVRAT DEV

DEVASHISH NAYAK

Prof. Abhishek Singh Experimental Study on Properties of Titanium Dioxide Infused concrete.

In this study, mix design for M35 grade concrete was prepared and specimens were casted by partially replacing cement with by titanium dioxide. Titanium dioxide act as a filler and capable to fill the micro level voids in concrete which leads to the improved packing density and compressive strength. The results of the study show gain in strength at later age and the ultimate strength that obtained at curing age of 28 days is comparable to that of control mix. Compressive strength was found maximum at 0.5% replacement level as 50.6 Mpa which is 24.6% more than control mix. Considering technical feasibility, sustainability and economic concern, mix with 0.5% TiO2 that of cement gives appreciable result.

 

2 1603000032

1603000011

1603000031

DEEPAK SHARMA

AMAN SINGH

AVINASH KUMAR CHAURASIA

Prof. Ankit Rai Seismic analysis and

Design of Residential

Buildings with Dampers using ETABS

In this study three (G+10, G+15, and G+20) storey RC buildings have been chosen and modeled with Friction, Visco-elastic and Viscous dampers. After response spectrum analysis top storey displacement, inter-storey drift, base shear, and stiffness of the buildings has been compared with original buildings. With the introduction of dampers there has been considerable reduction in modal period of vibration, storey displacement, and inter-storey drift ratio. The effect of viscous damper is predominant as compared to other dampers and the friction damper is least effective. The friction damper is able to reduce the displacement upto 60% whereas, storey shear increases by 70%.

 

3 1603000055

1603000076

1603000073

MD SHAHNAWAZ AKTHAR

RUPESH PRATAP SINGH

RAVINISH PATEL

Prof. Sunayana Singh Comparative study on geometric Design parameters of strip foundation (with or without reinforcement) using Geo5

Reinforced soil structures are both economically and technically very advantages over their convectional counterforts specially using poor soil conditions and when there are space limitations. Moreover, reinforced soil structures provide numerous other indirect savings and conveniences such as speedy construction time, ease in construction methods, graceful appearance, etc.

The study showed clear relationship between different design parameters of footing design on reinforced and unreinforced soil base. The result implies that use of reinforcement in foundation will not only improve the soil bearing capacity but also reduces the size of footing.

4 1603000088

1603000070

1603000020

1603000036

SUMIT KUMAR

RAHUL KUMAR

ANKIT SACHAN

DHRUV GAUR

Prof. Tripti Khanduri Morphometric analysis of river

basin for reservoir sedimentation

 

The present study shall be carried out using ASTER (Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer) DEM to study the drainage morphometry and its influence on the hydrological characteristics of the Bhagirathi Basin Uttrakhand. The morphometric analysis shall focus on calculation morphometric parameter like stream order and stream length etc. The Bhagirathi Basin encompasses an area of 6921 Km2 and approximate length 475 Km. Remote sensing and GIS based methodology is adopted in calculating Morphometric parameters to facilitate the further sedimentation study of Bhagirathi Basin having outlet at Tehri- Dam, Tehri District, Uttrakhand, India

 

S.No Roll No. Name of the Student Mentor Project Title Summary
1 1603000046

1603000015

1603000007

KAUSHAL KISHORE SARASWAT

AMBER YADAV

AJAY YADAV

Prof. Vipin Verma Effect of Soil structure interaction in Reinforced Integral Bridge using STAAD Pro

This study carried out analysis of moments in a four – span bridge designed for three different subgrade classes using STAAD Pro. The bridge under this project is situated on NH – 44 (Gwalior – Jhansi bypass). During this analysis, IRC class 70R loading has considered according to IRC:6 – 2000. In study of soil – structure interaction modulus of subgrade reaction is mainly responsible for response of soil beneath the structure foundation. It is observed that moment values vary with the variation in modulus of subgrade reaction. In this analysis, three different analyses have been compared with IRC class 70R loading.

 

2 1603000033

1603000030

1603000039

1703000902

DEEPANSHU

ATIR AHMED

FAIZAN MAHMOOD

ABHISHEK YADAV

Dr. Seema Integrated Building Information Modeling and

Analysis and Design of a Live Project

This project aims to give a comprehensive detail for 3D modeling, analysis, design, detailing of reinforcement, estimation and costing of a structure of a live project. The tool identified is ETABS for economic analysis and design of a (G+4) RCC- regular type residential structure based in New Delhi. The seismic analysis is carried by using response spectrum method as per IS:1893 (2002). Various response parameters of the structure such as lateral force, base shear, story drift, story shear is studied.3D modeling of all the components of the structure and detailing of reinforcement is done in REVIT-Structures to arrive at complete Building Information Modeling as per the design results obtained from ETABS software.

 

3 1603000029

1603000014

1603000013

ASHUTOSH SINGH

AMAN YADAV

AMAN CHAUHAN

Prof. Raunak Kumar Morphometric Analysis of

watershed using SWAT in ArcGIS

Land, water and soil are limited natural resources and their wide utilization with increasing population is a major area of concern to mitigate the demand and supply gap between resources and ever increasing demand, it is of prime importance to conserve the natural resources with proper prioritization for its sustainable development. In present study, Burhi gandak basin, tributaries of Ganga River has been selected for detailed morphometric analysis. SRTM 1 Arc-Second Global elevation (30 meter resolution) is used and further processed using ArcGIS 10.5 for the analysis. The ArcSWAT tool as an extension of ArcGIS 10.5 is used for the delineation and generation of stream networks for the watershed.

 

4 1603000043

1603000018

1603000027

KAMALPREET SINGH

ANIKET MADWANI

ARPIT SHARMA

Prof. Shivam Design of Sewage Treatment plant for IPEC

This study gives the idea of how to use sewage water for irrigation purpose by applying various techniques .In India there are many colleges and universities where huge amount of sewage is produced which can either be discharge river or discharge in open area as a waste fluid. If the proper sewage Treatment plant establishes in these colleges and universities then the sewage water can be used for gardening purposes, floor washing purposes, fountaining purposes etc. hence up to a limit demand of water can be reduced by applying particular treatment. In this study design of a sewage treatment plant will be done for IPEC campus.

S.No Roll No. Name of the Student Mentor Project Title Summary
1 1503000058

1503000126

1603000905

1503000019

ONKAR CHAUHAN

VIVEK KUMAR PRAJAPATI

MOHD.REHAN FAROOQ

ARUN KUMAR

Dr.

Seema

Seismic Analysis and Design of Multi-Storey Reinforced Concrete Structures using STAAD Pro This project deals with the structural analysis and design of G+17 storey residential building in NCR Region. High indeterminacy involves tedious calculation by conventional manual methods therefore; the model is developed using STAAD Pro. The model is analyzed using Response Spectrum method. Model is developed based on various parameters and shear wall is positioned at four different locations.
2 1503000003

1503000006

1503000018

1503000020

ABDUL BISIT

ABHISHEK ASHISH

ANTRIKSH

ASHISH BAGRI

Prof. Abhishek Singh Experimental Analysis on Damage Analysis of Cracks with Rebar Corrosion Rebar corrosion has been a serious issue from the long time. The presence of chlorides and carbonates are the two root cause for corrosion in reinforced concrete structures. In this project artificial corrosion process is setup in order to find the difference in strength with respect to time. Adequate expansive is also measured in terms of forming the relation between concrete cover and crack form over the surface.
3 1503000028

1503000032

1503000045

1503000043

DEEPAK KUMAR GUPTA

DHRUV BHARADWAJ

KUNAL RAJPUT

KANISHK SHARMA

Prof. Sunayana Singh Stabilization of Black Cotton Soil for Sustainable Construction using Bagasse Ash Expansive soil cover large part of country and do not have sufficient geotechnical properties and resulting failure of structures occurs in the form of settlement, cracks etc. Sugarcane bagasse is used as stabilizing agent in order to investigate feasibility and to improve properties like SPT, CBR and OMC and dry density.
4 1503000001

1503000029

1503000046

1503000023

AAKASH SINGH

DEEPAK SHARMA

KUSHAAL PANTH

ATIF AHMED

Prof. Sheelu Verghese Feasibility Analysis and Design of Water Distribution Network by using Water gems Software With increase in the population, the residue of all near the water source become difficult day by day and thus man started residing at the location away from water sources. Water distribution systems are designed to minimize the overall cost while meeting the demand. This study will investigate the existing network system of Sidharth Vihar using WATERGEMS software and analyze the pressure nodes, track of flow and height of tank.
S.No Roll No. Name of the Student Mentor Project Title Summary
1 1603000911

1503000098

1503000123

1503000114

SNEHA SHARMA

SHAGUN

VARUN KASHYAP

SUMIT KUMAR

Prof.

Satyam Saxena

Improvement of Foundation Soil, Bikaner Rajasthan India, using Different Stabilization Technique This study has been carried out to study the shear strength parameters and stability of subgrade soil. Direct shear test, CBR was conducted at OMC. To improve the soil properties and to increase the shear strength of soil and thus improving the load bearing capacity of subgrade for the foundation. To reduce the permeability of the soil mass in earth structure, these techniques are used and its effect on soil indicated the reaction mechanism with additives.
2 1503000063

1603000907

1603000903

1403000097

PERVEZ HALEEM KHAN

RAJAT VERMA

MALAY NIRAV

SHALVAK SINGH

Prof. Anubhav  Baranwal A Experimental Study of Hydraulic Performance by a small Parshall Fume This project represents the study of hydraulic performance observed through a small model of Parshall flume; It provides economical and flexible water measurement capabilities for a wide variety of Open channel flow situations. The advantage of this method is to conclude minimal head loss, construction cost, measure wide ranges of flow and adaptability of various channel types.
3 1503000024

1503000012

1503000010

1503000047

AVDHESH KUMAR

AAKASH TRIPATHI

ADITYA MANRAL

MAYANK SHARMA

Prof.  Rishabh Pathak Analysis and Design of Multi Storeyed Building with Different Plan Configuration using E-TABS The project represents the scenario of irregular configuration of structure both in plan and elevation. This project made an attempt to compare seismic behavior of the structure at junction point with irregularities in configuration of L and I Section. Parameters like base shear, story drift, displacement, soft story were analyzed and economical comparison was made. Analysis was established using ETABS software.
4 1503000056

1503000073

1503000033

1503000025

NITIN KUMAR GARG

PUNEET SHARMA

DHRUV VARSHNEY

AYUSH SHARMA

Prof.       Ankit Rai To Study the Behavior of Fly Ash and GGBS Based Geo-polymer Concrete and its Mechanical Properties Geopolymer concrete is one of the modern methods used to reduce the consumption of cement which replaces cements with SCM. Replacement has its own advantage in terms of environment and economical aspects. Different replacement levels were achieved using Flyash and GGBS in combination and find the optimum dosage in order to achieve comparable strength.
5 1503000015

1503000065

1503000013

1503021007

AMIT YADAV

PIYUSH KUMAR

AKSHAT DHYANI

ALOK KUMAR

Prof.       Tripti Khanduri Water Quality monitoring of Yamuna River using GIS In climate change scenarios the availability of fresh water for human use is one of the major concerns. Yamuna river is extremely polluted in Delhi and Allahabad region and have been studied for selected parameters like pH, EC, DO, BOD and other nutrient concentrations such as nitrates and nitrites. WQI is a measure to monitor water quality based on the availability of these impurities. It concludes that the concentration of nitrates found higher as compared to unpolluted water.
S.N Roll No Name of the Student Mentor Title Summary
1 1403000056 1403000010 1403000004 1403000007 KRISHNA SINGH AKHIL DUBEY ABHINAV SINGH ABHISHEK OJHA Ms. Prerna Raghava Multivariate Analysis of water quality of Hindon River using SPSS Software Water quality of Hindon river in Ghaziabad region is deteriorating at an alarming rate. . This project performs the multivariate analysis of Hindon river using statistical techniques such as WQI, CA, PCA and discriminate analysis (DA) to evaluate temporal and spatial variations of various water parameters for the period (2010 – 2017) in SPSS software. This study illustrates the utility of multivariate statistical techniques for analysis of temporal/spatial variations in water quality for effective river water quality management.
2 1403000009 1403000054 1403000077 1403000008 AKASH PATEL KESHAV KAUSHIK PRAKHAR SETH ADITYA SHUKLA Mr. Satyam Saxena Comparative Study of Self Compacting Concrete with conventional concrete The growing use of concrete in special architectural configurations and closely spaced reinforcing bars have made it very important to produce concrete that ensures proper filling ability, passing ability Self-compacting concrete fulfills this requirement but needs better supervision and skills of placing. This project includes the study of economic aspects involved with both conventional as well as self-compacting concrete at various proportions of fly ash in order to reduce the cost and impart flow ability.
3 1403031223 1403000018 1403000081  1403000006 TUSHAR MAURYA AMAN SHARMA PRINCE KUMAR ABHISHEK KUMAR Ms. Sunayana Singh Analysis of Liquefaction of Soil in Delhi/NCR Soil Liquefaction is a state of soil in saturated cohesion- less soil when the effective shear strength is reduced to zero. During earthquake, soil can fail due to liquefaction. This study involves delineating areas in Delhi/NCR that are susceptible to liquefaction hazard reducing the risk associated with it. This work has been done using SPT test on soil.
4 1403000063 1403000092 1403000073,1403000093 MOHD SAHRUKH SACHIN SHARMA NISHANT CHAUHAN SAGAR BALIYAN Dr. Seema Seismic analysis and design of multistorey residential building using STAAD Pro. As per IS:1893 (2002) This project deals with seismic analysis and design G+ 23 multistoried R.C building with asymmetrical plan. The building is modeled as a 3D frame with six degrees of freedom at each node using IS: 1893 Part 1: 2002 for medium soil in the software STAAD PRO V8I version and the building is analyzed using response spectrum method.
S.N Roll No Name of the Student Mentor Title Summary
1 1403000089 1403000085 1403000090 1403000071 RISHABH JAIN RAM DAYAL RISHABH SHAKYA NIKHIL CHODHARY Mr. Raj Vikram Singh Morphological Analysis of Upper Ganga Basin using Remote Sensing and GIS This study has been carried out for Upper Ganga Basin to prioritize the sub-watersheds using morphometric parameters. It integrates eleven parameters namely stream frequency, drainage density etc. and summation is carried out using weightedratings.The study delineates forty eight sub-watersheds and identifies the watershed which is highly susceptible to erosion.
2 1403000044 1403000049 1403000002 1503000911 GAURISH NANDAN OJHA HIMANSHU PRABHAKAR ABHINAV SAXENA SHUBHAM JAIN Mr. Mohit Gupta Analysis and development of recycled concrete waste as fresh aggregate In this study demolished waste is explored as a replacement of natural aggregate in concrete. As in  conventional concrete, seventy percent comprises of aggregates, this project studied the effect on strength development by replacement of natural aggregate with recycled aggregate. The replacement was varied in the range of zero to sixty percent and compressive strength was determined.
3 1403000041 1403000116 1403000094 1403000108 DIVYA KUMAR SINGH SAHIL SRIVASTAVA  STUTI MUKHOPADHYAY Ms. Sneha Sandilya Groundwater modelling using Visual Modflow Flex software The project represents water budget of Bikaner region of Rajasthan using visual MODFLOW flex software. Finite difference method was adopted for calculation of flow rate inflow and outflow of the region. The constant head for inflow and outflow and the total inflow and outflow rate of the region was calculated. The study area was taken to be a single zone and two layers were defined in the whole area.
4 1403000015 1403000060 1403000052 1403000050 ALOK DUBEY MOHD AMIR HIMANSHU SINGH CHAUHAN Ms. Sunayana Singh Slope Stability Analysis using GEO-5 Tailings dam are susceptible to release stored tailings waste deposits into the surrounding areas. To reduce such possibility in tailings earthen dam, a detail method of analysis is very much essential which can be reliably used for design and construction. The whole analysis was performed using Geo-5 software package. In this project factor of safety and radius of critical slip surface were analysed using different methods of limiting equilibrium.
S.N. Roll No Name of the Student Mentor Title Summary
1 1303000087 1303000104 1303000105 1303000112 ROHIT YADAV  SHUBHAM TYAGI SIDDHANT KAUSHIK  TANUJ KHULLAR Ms. Sunayana Singh Soil Investigation at IPEC Site for Designing of Pile Foundation Pilefoundations are structural elements, highly recommended as a load transferring system from shallow inadequate soil layers into competent soil strata with high performance. The main objective of this study is to design pile foundation for an allowable load for the soil of IPEC campus. The study was performed by carrying out the SPT test at two locations to determine shear strength parameters, bearing capacity of the soil, and other geophysical information for the soil. The soil classification tests include grain sieve analysis, and Atterberg limits were also performed.
2 1203000047 1303000017 1303000065 1303000118 JITESH SINGH DEO  AKSHAY KUMAR SINGH LAHER RAJ JAIN VISHAL SHARMA Dr. Seema Analysis and Design of Multistorey Building using STAAD Pro The analysis and design of the multi-story building is carried out using the software packages like STAAD- PRO, ETABS, etc. The project deals with the analysis of a multistorey residential building of G+4 using STAAD Pro employing displacement method of matrix analysis. The various structural members like beams, columns, footing are analyzed and designed for seismic loading.
3 1303000013 1303000032 1303000045 1303000056  AKRITI YADAV ANMOL KANSAL AYUSH GANGWAR  HIMANSHU Mr. Abhishek Singh Experimental Study on the Behaviour of Mortar content on Recycled and Precast Aggregate The construction and demolition waste has gained importance due to its increased use as paving block etc. In this experimental study, nitric acid dissolution test and thermal shock test were carried out for determining mortar content attached to demolished aggregate. The study also compares the strength of precast aggregate concrete and demolition aggregate concrete with conventional concrete.
4 1303000043 1303000044 1303000060 1303000057  ATUL VERMA AVINASH SAHU  INDRAJEET HIMANSHU CHOUDHARY Ms. Sneha Sandilya Assessment of groundwater fluctuation using ArcGIS in Bikaner Region This project analyzes the variation in ground water level in regard to rainfall at Bikaner region, Rajasthan, India. Spatial distribution of groundwater was mapped using Inverse Distance Weighing Method in GIS. The study classified the area of Bikaner into various zones based on the fluctuations. It also identified critical areas with substantial low levels of groundwater level. The reasons attributed to these drastic changes includes over exploitation of resources and lack of vegetation cover.
S.N. Roll No Name of the Student Mentor Title Summary
1 1403000904 1303000015 1303000018 1303000038 ASHISH CHAURASIYA AKSHAY GUPTA AMAN GUPTA ANURAG TIWARI Ms. Sneha Sandilya Safety Climate on Construction Site The primary concern of this study is the safety of an individual at construction sites. The study has been made to find out the factors which account and contribute most towards safety with regards to construction site environments. Sampling is done through questionnaire survey on a scale from one to seven. Data samples are then analyzed through SPSS software. The most critical factors are then analyzed.
2 1403000902 1303000011 1403000912 1303000049 ANUJ RAJ AKASH TYAGI OMSHIVAM RAI DHANANJAY CHAURASIYA Mr. Ram Bahadur Gupta Soil Stabilization using Industrial Waste and Lime This project deals with the soil stabilization of subgrade soil in highways by using industrial waste and lime. Industrial waste like flyash from the thermal power plant, copper slag from copper industry, is mixed with cement and lime. Various laboratory tests like Sp.gravity, sieve analysis, Proctor compaction test, unconfined compressive strength, and CBR were performed to study the changes in its characteristic properties
3 1203000034 1303000064 1303000097 1303000103 DHRUV JAIN KULDEEP SINGH SAURABH SINGH SHIVENDRA SINGH PATEL Mr. Mohit Gupta Analytical Study on High-Performance Pervious Concrete The objective of this study is to develop High-Quality Pervious Concrete suitable for the highway. Investigations are conducted to enhance thestructural and durabilitycharacteristics of pervious concrete through the use of natural admixtures. Previous concrete was prepared and tested for density, void content,compressive strength,tensile strength, and permeability.
4 1303000035 1303000058 1303000119 1303000120 ANUPAM SINGH HIMANSHU TYAGI VISHAL SINGH VISHAL TYAGI Mr. Abhishek Singh Seismic Analysis of Office Building
S.N. Roll No Name of the Student Mentor Title Summary
1 1203000050 1203000026 1203000045 1203000057 1203000049 KARAN KAKKAR AVINASH SINGH JATIN ACHINT MANMATH AGARWAL KAPIL YADAV Ms. Anju Aggarwal Analysis and design of multistoried building (S+4) using ETABS The analysis and design of multi-story building is carried out using ETABS software in order to save time and obtain accurate design. The present project deals with analysis of a high rise residential building of S+4 with ETABS using limit state design. The design of various structural members like beams, columns, footing etc. is obtained from ETABS. The deflection of various members under different loading conditions is analyzed.
2 1203000096 1203000098 1203000100 1203000087 1203000032 SHATRUNJAY P. SINGH  SHIVANG GAUR SHIVANSH TRIVEDI ROHIT KUMAR  DHARMENDRA Mr. Ashutosh Mishra Slope stabilization and optimization using artificial neural network. Road cutting operations results in removal of huge quantities of solid waste which is used in backfills. Slope stability is thus emerging as a major concern area. The present study deals with associated with excavated understanding the different modes of failure. The critical failure surface is analyzed using limit equilibrium method- Fellini us method and develops a neural network-based prediction model capable of predicting the value of factor of safety.
3 1203000042 1203000036 1203000046 1203000059 1203000107 ISHAN SRIVASTAVA DUSHYANT GUPTA  JHALKI BHARDWAJ MOHIT PACHAURI SUKHWINDER SINGH SEMI Mr. Abhishek Singh Partial replacement of fine aggregates in concrete by waste glass The increasing awareness of glass recycling speeds up use of waste glass with different forms in various fields. One of the significant contributions is in the concrete production. Laboratory experiments were conducted to further explore the use of waste glass as coarse and fine aggregate for both Alkali-Silica-Reaction alleviation as well as the decorative purpose in concrete. The study concluded that glass can effectively replace fine aggregate-up to 40 percent without substantial change in strength.
4 1203000054 1203031099 1203000071 1203000029 1203000052 KUMAR SHIVAM KRISHNA KANT DUBEY  PIYUSH MISHRA BRIJESH MAURYA  KULRISHI SHARMA Mr. Gagandeep Singh Brar Monitoring of SO2 , NO2, PM10, PM2.5 of industrial and residential area Ghaziabad (UPPCB) The project investigates the concentration of SO2, NO2, PM10 and PM2.5 pollutants Industrial areas of Ghaziabad. collection and analysis of the said pollutants in IPEC campus. The results obtained were compared with the standard values prescribed by UPPCB. The results concluded that the emissions were above the prescribed limits for these pollutants
S.N. Roll No Name of the Student Mentor Title Summary
1 1203000017 1203000009 1103000024 1203000024 1303000905 ANJALI SINGH AJAY KUMAR ANUPAM ASHWANI SINGH SHIVAM BHATNAGAR Mr. Abhishek Singh Experimental study on strength of concrete by partial replacement of aggregate with coconut shell and fly ash. The high cost of conventional building materials is a major factor affecting housing delivery in the world. This has necessitated research into alternative materials of construction. In this study, coconut shell and fly ash is used to replace coarsen and fine aggregate respectively. The replacement is done by varying percentage 10%, 25%, 50% for a combination of coconut shell and fly ash. It concluded that the improved strength can be obtained.
2 1203000079 1203000073 1203000075 1203031006 1303000906 PRATIKA CHAWLA  PRABHAT TRIVEDI PRAKHAR PORWAL ABHISHEK GUPTA  VIKAS MATHUR Ms. Sunayana Singh Analysis Of Cost And Time of single Storey Villa Unit Using Microsoft Project The main aim of this project is to complete planning and scheduling of a single store villa project proposed at Jhansi, U.P. Critical path method is used to plan, schedule and control of events. The project within specified time, cost and scope along with assured quality. Planning effectively by systematic application of project management skills and techniques has become the need of the hour in order to overcome the problems faced by adopting conventional construction execution practices.
3 1203000064 1203000078 1203031097 1103000087 1203000005 NAVEEN KUMAR SINGH  RATEEK SHARMA  KESHAV SHARAN GUPTA  RISHI PRATAP SINGH  ABHISHEK KUMAR Mr. Gagandeep Singh Brar Feasibility Study of Green IPEC College campuses are the forefront of progressive ideas and certainly when it comes to protecting the environment. This study involves a detailed study of IPEC campus to justify the assessment of green aspects. The project conducted a detailed statistical analysis of rainfall occurrence, possibility of rain water harvesting, solar energy utilization for the generation of electricity, photovoltaic panels their designs
4 1203000060 1203000031 1203000061 1203000020 1203000012 MAULI GUPTA DEEPALI MRIDU PAWAN SHARMA ANSHUL KUMAR AKSHAY RANA Mr. Puneet Bhaskar Soil Stabilization Through Lime The main objective of soil stabilization is to increase the bearing capacity of the soil for enhancing its suitability for any construction project. Black cotton soil is an expansive unstable soil exhibiting high swelling and shrinkage characteristics. Stabilization occurs when lime is added to black cotton soil and pozzolanic reaction takes place. changes in the various soil properties like Liquid Limit, Maximum dry density, Optimum moisture content, Free swell index etc. were determined in this project.

Beyond Curriculum

Con’Clash 2018 Project & Poster Competition

CON’CLASH’ 2018- an Inter College Event was successfully held on 27th October in the Civil Engineering Department, IPEC. Total 76 Students of 2nd, 3rd and final year from IPEC, ABESIT, AKGEC and various other engineering colleges participated in the various events which includes 31 students for project competition and 11 students for Poster Competition. A total amount of Rs. 19,600/- was given in cash prize to the winners of the various competitions. Er. Anil K. Sharma, Chairman, ICI western UP was the judge of the event.

Following are the details of the project & poster competitions held during CON’CLASH 2018:

List of Civil Engineering Students for Con’Clash,2018 Project Competition

S.No. Team Name of Student Year and Sec. Topic College Name
1 Team 1 Faizan Mahmood 3-A Suspension Bridge  IPEC
2 Aman Yadav 3-A  IPEC
3 Harshit Singh 3-A  IPEC
4 Aman Chauhan 3-A  IPEC
5 Team 2 Aman Singh 3-A Perforated Tube  IPEC
6 Arpit Kardam 3-A  IPEC
7 Arpit Sharma 3-A  IPEC
8 Team 3 Urvashi Verma 4-B Sewage treatment Plant  IPEC
9 Rupali 4-B  IPEC
10 Team 4 Saurabh Mishra 3-B Rapid Wall System(GFRG)  IPEC
11 Yogesh Kumar Gangej 3-B  IPEC
12 Himanshu Singh 3-B  IPEC
13 Team 5 Prakhar Sagar 4-B Automatic Flushing Toilet  IPEC
14 Shashank Sharma 4-B  IPEC
15 Mayank Sharma 4-A  IPEC
16 Team 6 Vineet Kumar Upadhyay 3-B Paving Blocks by Using plastic Bottles  IPEC
17 Vinay Vivek 3-B  IPEC
18 Ravi Yadav 3-B  IPEC
19 Ramendra Pratap Singh 3-B  IPEC
20 Ujjwal Chaudhary 3-B  IPEC
21 Team 7 Sachin kardam 4-B Smart Bin  IPEC
22 Rakesh Chand 4-B  IPEC
23 Team 8 Shubham Singh 2-A Rotating Bridge  IPEC
24 Vinay Madhesiya 2-A  IPEC
25 vivek Anand 2-A  IPEC
26 Team 9 Pawan Kumar Gupta AKGEC
27 Akshat Seth AKGEC
28 Subham AKGEC
29 Ridhi Sharma AKGEC
30 Team 10 Vikrant AKGEC
31 Prerna Nagar AKGEC
32 Priya Gupta AKGEC

Winner’s of Con’Clash 2018 Project Competition

S.NO. Team Name of Student Year and Sec. Topic Rank
1 Team1 Shashank Sharma 4-B AUTO FLUSHING TOILET 1
2 Prakhar Sagar 4-B
3 Mayank Sharma 4-A
5 Team 8 Sachin Kardam 4-B SMART BIN 2
6 Rakesh Chand 4-B
8 Team 11 Anshoo Yadav 4-B TREE SPADE 3
9 Rohit Patel 4-B
10 Seema Paudel 3-B
11 Shahbaz Ahmed 3-B

Participants for poster

S.No. Team Participant Name Year Collage Name Topic
1 Team 1 Nitin Kumar Garg 4th year IPEC Analysis and design of multistory building using ETABS
2 Avdhesh 4th year IPEC
3 Team 2 Amit yadav 4th year IPEC Analysis of Yamuna river using ARCGIS.
4 Akshat dhyani 4th year IPEC
5 Team 3 Onkar chauhan 4th year IPEC Design of multi storey RCC Structure using STAAD pro.
6 Shaheem qureshi 4th year IPEC
7 Team 4 Chandra bhushan 2nd year IPEC 3D Printing Concrete Structures
8 Adarsh pandey 2nd year IPEC
9 Team 5 Pulkit 3rd year IPEC Primavera
10 Vineet 3rd year IPEC
11 Team 6 Dhruv 3rd year IPEC Building Information Modelling try
12 Kaushal 3rd year IPEC
13 Team 7 Deepanshu 3rd year IPEC Overview on Autocad
14 Ashutosh 3rd year IPEC
15 Team 8 Ritu 3rd year IPEC Green Chemistry
16 Team 9 Antriksh 4th year IPEC Corrosion in Reinforced Concrete

List of Winner’s for Con’Clash 2018 Poster Competition

S.no Team Name of Student Year and Sec Position
1 Team -6 Dhruv 3-A 1
2 Kaushal 3-A
3 Team -1 Nitin Kumar garg 4-A 2
4 Avdhesh 4-A
5 Team-3 Onkar Chauhan 4-A 3
6 Shaheem Quereshi 4-A

On 15th September 2016, Inderprastha Engineering College celebrated Engineer’s day in the memory of Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya. Total 8 teams from Civil Engineering Department participated in the event and showcased their projects.

List of Civil Engineering Students for Engineer’s Day 2018

S.No. Team Name of Student Year and Sec Topic
1 Team 1 Faizan Mahmood 3-A Suspension Bridge
2 Aman Yadav 3-A
3 Harshit Singh 3-A
4 Aman Chauhan 3-A
5 Team 2 Ajay Yadav 3-A Perforated Tube
6 Aman Singh 3-A
7 Arpit Kardam 3-A
8 Arpit Sharma 3-A
9 Team-3 Urvashi Verma 4-B Sewage Treatment Plant
10 Rupali 4-B
11 Manish 3-B
12 Yuvank Chaudhary 4-B
13 Avinash Chaurasiya 3-A
14 Devashish Nayak 3-A
15 Team-4 Saurabh Mishra 3-B Rapid Wall System (GFRG)
16 Yogesh kumar Gangej 3-B
17 Himanshu Singh 3-B
18 Saubhagya Maurya 3-B
19 Shubham Sharma 3-B
20 Omkar Kushwah 3-B
21 Team-5 Prakhar Sagar 4-B Automatic Flushing Toilet
22 Shashank Sharma 4-B
23 Mayank Sharma 4-A
24 Vivek Kumar Gupta 4-B
25 Team-6 Vineet Kumar Upadhyay 3-B Interlocking Tiles by using Plastic Bottles
26 Vinay Vivek 3-B
27 Ravi Yadav 3-B
28 Ramendra Pratap Singh 3-B
29 Ujjwal Chaudhary 3-B
30 Team-7 Vanika Jain 4-B Geothermal Piles
31 Shobhan Bhattacharya 4-B
32 Prashant Kumar 4-B
33 Sumit Kumar 4-B
34 Varun Kashyap 4-B
35 Team-08 Sachin Kardam 4-B Smart Bin
36 Avdhesh Kumar 4-A

This event was conducted under 4 categories-Predefined Problem (5/sept/17) was an intra-department competition, where 2 problem statements (Bridge making, Concube) were already given to the teams. Five teams consists of five members, participated in each problem followed by the events on 15/sept/17 i.e. Poster Presentation, Quiz Competition and Project Exhibition. A large number of students with great enthusiasm participated in all the above mentioned inter-department events.

13 projects were involved in Project Exhibition from department covering the different streams of Civil engineering out of which one project with the title “Pump without Electricity” not only wrote its name in practically efficient projects but also got the First position in the college.

PARTICIPANTS FROM CIVIL ENGINEERIN DEPARTMENT

TEAM 1:- RAIL CUM ROAD BRIDGE

S.NO. NAME ROLL NO. SEC. YEAR
1 KUSHAL PANTH 1503000046 A IIIrd
2 NUILESH KUMAR 1603000906 A IIIrd
3 PERVEJ HALEEM KHAN 1503000063 A IIIrd
4 AAKASH SINGH 1503000001 A IIIrd
5 RAJAT VERMA 1603000907 A IIIrd
6 DEEPAK SHARMA 1503000029 A IIIrd
7 PANKAJ 1503000059 A IIIrd
8 PAVAN YADAV 1503000062 A IIIrd
9 M. SHAH ALAM 1603000904 A IIIrd
10 SHAHRUKH SAIFI 1603000910 A IIIrd

TEAM 2:- PERVIOUS CONCRETE

S.NO. NAME ROLL NO. SEC. YEAR
1 NITIN KUMAR GARG 1503000056 A IIIrd
2 KUNAL RAJPUT 1503000045 A IIIrd
3 KANISHAK DOGRA 1503000042 A IIIrd
4 VIVEK KR. PRAJAPATI 1503000126 A IIIrd

TEAM 3:- THE ROLLING BRIDGE

S.NO. NAME ROLL NO. SEC. YEAR
1 RAJAT SHARMA 1503000078 B IIIrd
2 RAJ SINGH 1503000077 B IIIrd
3 RAJ NEESH KUMAR 1503000079 B IIIrd
4 RAKESH CHAND 1503000081 B IIIrd
5 SIDDHARTH VERMA 1503000112 B IIIrd
6 PRAFULLA RAI 1503000067 B IIIrd

TEAM 4:- GEOTHERMAL PILES

S.NO. NAME ROLL NO. SEC. YEAR
1 RUPALI 1503000090 B IIIrd
2 URVASHI 1503000119 B IIIrd
3 VANIKA 1503000122 B IIIrd
4 MANISH 1603000051 A IIIrd
5 SHOBHAN 1503000105 B IIIrd
6 PRASHANT 1503000070 B IIIrd

TEAM 5:- FLOATING BRIDGE

S.NO. NAME ROLL NO. SEC. YEAR
1 ROHIT VERMA 1503000089 B IIIrd

TEAM 6:- PUMP WITHOUT ELECTRICITY

S.NO. NAME ROLL NO. SEC. YEAR
1 SHASHANK SHARMA 1503000102 B IIIrd
2 PRAKHAR SAGAR 1503000069 B IIIrd
3 ANTRIKSH 1503000018 A IIIrd
4 ABDUL BASIT 1503000003 A IIIrd
5 ASHISH BAGRI 1503000020 A IIIrd
6 ABHISHEK ASHISH 1503000006 A IIIrd

TEAM 7:- LIGHT GLOW CONC. & GLOWING TILE

S.NO. NAME ROLL NO. SEC. YEAR
1 ANURAG SRIVASTAVA 1603000901 B IIIrd
2 VIVEK KR. GUPTA 1503000125 B IIIrd

TEAM 8:- CIRCULAR RUNWAY

S.NO. NAME ROLL NO. SEC. YEAR
1 ABHISHEK KAUSAL 1303000006 A IVth
2 SOMESH AGRE 1403000106 B Ivth

TEAM 9:- {AIR RIFLE}

S.NO. NAME ROLL NO. SEC. YEAR
1 MANAV CHAUDHARY 1603000049 A 2 YEAR
2 ANUVRAT DEV 1603000024 A “
3 UTSAV GUPTA 1603010234 A “
4 DHIRENDRA PANDEY 1603000035 A “
5 SAFIUR REHMAN 1603000092 A “
6 ANMOL SHARMA 1603000021 A “
7 MANDEEP SINGH 1603000050 A “
8 GYAN PRAKASH PANDEY 1603000041 A “
9 DHRUV GAUR 1603000036 A “
10 AMAN SINGH 1603000011 A “
11 ARPIT SHARMA 1603000027 A “
12 ADITYA RAJ 1600300006 A “

TEAM 10:- SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT

S.NO. NAME ROLL NO. SEC. YEAR
1 AJAY SINGH RAJPOOT 1603000008 A 2 YEAR
2 AVINASH CHAURASIA 1603000031 A “
3 ABHISHEK SHARMA 1603000003 A “
4 AMAN SUTTAIL 1603000012 A “
5 KHUSHWANT SINGH 1603000047 A “
6 DIVYANSHU NAYAK 1603000034 A “
7 AMAN YADAV 1603000014 A “
8 ABHISHEK YADAV 1703000902 A “
9 AJAY YADAV 1603000009 A “
10 MANOJ RAJPOOT 1703000905 A “
11 DEEPAK SHARMA 1603000032 A “

TEAM 11:- FALKIRK WHEEL

S.NO. NAME ROLL NO. SEC. YEAR
1 YASH GUPTA 1603000099 B 2YEAR
2 MOHIT KHANI 1603000059 B “
3 MOHIT VERMA 1603000058 B “
4 VIVEK SONI 1603000098 B “
5 SHADAB AHMED 1603000082 B “
6 SWESH MAURYA 1603000089 B “
7 UJJAWAL CHAUDHARY 1603000092 B “
8 VINAY VIVEK 1603000095 B “
9 RANI YADAV 1603000072 B “
10 PAKSHISK DAHAYA 1603000064 B “
11 RAMENDRA PRATAP SINGH 1603000071 B “

TEAM 12:- COBIAX TECHNOLOGY

S.NO. NAME ROLL NO. SEC. YEAR
1 TUSHAR JAIN 1603000090 B 2 YEAR
2 SHUBHAM CHAUDHARY 1603000085 B “
3 PRANAV SRIVASTAV 1603000065 B “
4 PRASHANT TRIPATHI 1603000066 B “
5 RAVINISH PATEL 1603000073 B “
6 AASIF AHMED 1703000901 B “

TEAM 13:- {INTERLINKING OF RIVER}

S.NO. NAME ROLL NO. SEC. YEAR
1 DEEPANSHU 1603000033 A 2 YEAR
2 ARCHITA 1603000025 A “
3 KARTIK RASTOGI 1603000045 A “
4 KARTIK 1603000044 A “
5 GAGAN 1603000040 A “
6 ASHUTOSH 1603000029 A “
7 ATIR 1603000030 A “
8 SHUBHAM 1703000908 A “
9 KAMAL 1603000043 A “

TEAM 14:- MULTI ENERGY MODEL

S.NO. NAME ROLL NO. SEC. YEAR
1 RUPESH PRATAP SINGH 1603000076 B 2 YEAR
2 NAVEEN CHAND YADAV 1603000061 B
3 NITIN SHARMA 1603000062 B “
4 ROHIT KUMAR MISHRA 1603000075 B “
5 MD HAMZA 1603000056 B “
6 VISHAL GOSWAMI 1603000097 B “
7 MD.SHANAWAZ AKHTAR 1603000055 B “
8 SHUBHAM SINGH 1603000087 B “
9 SHUBHAM SHARMA 1603000086 B “
10 YOGESH KUMAR GANGESH 1603000100 B “
11 MOHD.NAZISH 1603000057 B “

TEAM 15:- HYDROLIC JCB

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S.NO. NAME ROLL NO. SEC. YEAR
1 SAURABH MISHRA 1603000081 B 2 YEAR
2 VINEET 1603000096 B “
3 ANUJ PRASAD 1603000903 B “
4 MANISH 1603000051 B “
5 MOHIT PATWA 1603000060 B “
6 MOHD. ABUZAR 1603000054 B “
7 SACHIN PANDEY 1603000077 B “

WINNER

TEAM 16:- PUMP WITHOUT ELECTRICITY

S.NO. NAME ROLL NO. SEC. YEAR
1 SHASHANK SHARMA 1503000102 B IIIrd
2 PRAKHAR SAGAR 1503000069 B IIIrd
3 ANTRIKSH 1503000018 A IIIrd
4 ABDUL BASIT 1503000003 A IIIrd
5 ASHISH BAGRI 1503000020 A IIIrd
6 ABHISHEK ASHISH 1503000006 A IIIrd

On 15th September 2016, Inderprastha Engineering College celebrated Engineer’s day in the memory of Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya. Students from various discipline celebrated this day by involving in various activities. Students from Civil Engineering Department showcase their talent on a different aspect of Engineering by presenting models and posters on Advancements or improvements in Civil Engineering.

S.No Student Name Branch Year Project Topic Position
1 Ayush Gangwar CE 4 Light Weight Concrete 3
2 Himanshu CE 4
3 Akriti Yadav CE 4
4 Ekanshu Gupta CE 4
5 Onkar Chauhan CE 2 Hydraulic Bridge _
6 Deepak Kr. Gupta CE 2
7 Vivek Kr. Prajapati CE 2
8 Mohd.Shaheem CE 2
9 Brijesh Kumar CE 2
10 Harshita verma CE 2
11 Upendra Yadav CE 4 Base Isolation for Resisting Seismic Forces _
12 Priyam Saxena CE 4
13 Nitish Kumar CE 4
14 Puneet Kumar Mishra CE 4
15 Vishal Tyagi CE 4 Motorized Bridge _
16 Vishal Singh CE 4
17 Arshan Ahmed CE 4
18 Tushar Maurya CE 4
19 Anupam Singh CE 4
20 Sumit Kumar Verma EC 4
21 Rishikesh CE 2 Green Building _
22 Shankar CE 2
23 Prabhat CE 2
24 Rajneesh CE 2
25 Rohit Verma CE 2 Light Weight Car
26 Akshay Singh CE 4 Foam Concrete Poster
27 Saurabh CE 4 Pervious Concrete Poster
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