Volume 1, Issue 8

Volume 1, Issue 8

November, 2018


1. Experimental study on reuse of demolished concrete waste

Demolition concrete waste constitutes a major portion of total solid waste production in the world, and most of it is used in landfills. Research by concrete engineers has clearly suggested the possibility of appropriately treating and reusing such waste as aggregate in new concrete, especially in lower level applications. This paper discusses different aspects of the problem begins with a brief review of the international scenario in terms of demolished waste generated, Recycled Aggregates (RA) produced from demolished waste and their utilization in concrete and governmental initiatives towards recycling of demolished waste. Along with a brief overview of the engineering properties of recycled aggregates, the paper also gives a summary of the effect of the use of recycled aggregate on the properties of fresh and hardened concrete. Also, the project deals with a cost-effective process. We can reduce the total cost to a great extent.

Published by: Exalin Bibila M., Nisha P. S., Sathya B.Research Area: Concrete

Organisation: SCAD College of Engineering and Technology, Cheranmadevi, Tamil NaduKeywords: Demolished waste aggregates, Cost effective, Prevent wastage of land

Research Paper

2. Tesla strategy and growth

So, in short, the master plan is: Build sports car. Use that money to build an affordable car. Use that money to build an even more affordable car. While doing above, also provide zero emission electric power generation options. Don't tell anyone. —Elon Musk, Co-Founder & CEO of Tesla Motors. Tesla's growth story from startup to multibillion-dollar Wall Street darling is still impressive, and it might not be over yet. While the bear case for the electric car giant gains more steam, it is worth noting just how far Tesla has come over the last 10 years.

Published by: LuvyResearch Area: Electric Cars

Organisation: Femonomic, Delhi, IndiaKeywords: Tesla cars, Tesla growth, Financial growth, Tesla digital strategy

Research Paper

3. Evaluating mathematical applications within several fields of engineering

There is extensive use of mathematics and applied mathematics in various engineering fields. Within this paper, numerous illustrations of applications of mathematics in diverse engineering fields including chemical, mechanical and electrical are explored. These discussed applications are actual ones observed in engineering fields in the real world and may differ from those displayed in mathematics textbooks. The objective of this paper is to establish a link between engineering and mathematics and underscore their interconnectedness. It is observed that engineering students face hardships when working on questions requiring extensive use of mathematics. This can be attributed to the fact that although these students have prior knowledge of mathematical concepts including calculus, numerical analysis and cubic algebra, they are unable to apply it while working on engineering questions. I hope that through these examples, engineering students are encouraged to further their understanding of engineering problems. It is suggested that mathematics professors assign mathematics problems to students which are more directly linked to engineering fields.

Published by: Yashovardhan RaniwalaResearch Area: Mathematics And Engineering

Organisation: Neerja Modi School, Jaipur, RajasthanKeywords: Applications, Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical

Research Paper

4. Software sensor’s data analysis for smart airbags positioning in vehicles

This research paper characterizes and recognizes the eccentricities of using smart airbags in vehicles. This study analyses the advantages and disadvantages of the sensors used to activate the air bag systems in order to review their efficacy. In the paper, I’ve presented numerous software applications using the skills of the hardware of these intelligent sensor devices, so as to, create a common signal. A software sensor is developed on the basis of a study of literature, and it’s used to test airbag arrangement depending on the object/human on the passenger seat of the vehicle. In this study, I’ve analyzed the working of this sensor in situations of interruption of any of the input signals. On coalescing statistics from three distinctive hardware sensors, this study observes an error of upto 5% is witnessed while distinguishing and extricating between the objects on the seat of the vehicle. This study also observed that the accuracy of the hardware sensors is affected when the signal in them drops.

Published by: Yashovardhan RaniwalaResearch Area: Robotics, Engineering

Organisation: Neerja Modi School, Jaipur, RajasthanKeywords: Smart airbags, Software sensors, Automotive active safety