M. Tech. (2006 Batch)
Angshuman Panday : Finite Element Analysis and Computer Implementation of Plane Elasticity Problems
The formal presentation of Finite Element Method was given by Argyris and Kelsey in the Year of 1960 and Turner, Clough, Martin, and Topp in the year of 1956. The term Finite Element was first used by Clough in 1960. Since its inception the application of the Finite Element Method has grown exponentially and today i almost all the fields where the results of a problem seek solution of a differential equation, the Finite Element Method is contemplated as the most competitive one among the others. The project “ Finite Element Analysis and Computer Implementation of Plane Elasticity Problems” has been presented through six sections. The first three sections establish the theory of the method in a step wise manner for one dimensional, and two dimensional finite elements. The fourth section presents the numerical methods that are used to solve the integrations that arrive and are required to be solved for achieving the solution of the problems. The fifth section establishes the theory and development of finite elements for plane elasticity problems and the sixth section shows how the method can be used, and implemented on a digital computer to solve similar kind of problems in a general way. The project is concluded by the six sections described above.
Siddharth A Bagai : Greata Base Slab Optamization
This project was conducted with Nhance engineering Solutions. GRETA which is part of Oasis suit of software, a product of software Technology Group, Ove Arup and Partners this project aims to help in providing a complete solution for analysis of gravity retaining wall by automationg the process of selecting the most opimum base width.
GRETA is microsoft Windows Operating system based application used for analyzing gravity retaining walls. GRETA performs tow calculations which assess the overall stability of the wall and calculate the forces in the stem and the base.The calculation for Wall/Base forces provides shear forces and bending moments in the stem and the base of the wall.
The main obective of this work is to develop the use case for the existing application and further optimize the wall geometry to get the minimum wall base width using an appropriate optimization algorithm,generate the graphical user interface for this purpose as well as textual and graphical output of the results.
C. V. Sudhakar : Project Report On Development Of A GUI Application For The Design Of Simple Structural Members
The object of reinforced concrete design is to achieve a structure that will result in a safe and economical solution. For the design there are three methods of approach namely the working stress method, the ultimate load method and the limit state method. These methods are equally applicable to RC priestesses concrete as well as steel structures. Among these the most rational approach and now has been incorporated in the construction industry is the limit state method of design. The IS Code: 456 also emphasize mainly the limit state method of design. The design of a simple RC structure includes the design of its basic elements like beam, slab, column and footing. In this project, we have developed a GUI based software application involving the limit state method of designing of basic elements of a simple RC structure. This application helps all users from beginners to practicing professionals in understanding the design the design of basic elements of a simple RC structures with the available data
Debopam Chanda : Collapse Analysis of India Gate
India is the country with great architectural legacy. It is a country of the great Rajas and Maharajas who built monuments and temples throughout the country. To protect these historical monuments against natural disasters like earthquakes should be our primary aim and responsibility. The main objective of the project is the development of a social and economic argument to support an earthquake protection innovative program for cultural heritage masonry buildings at risk. One of the structures which we have considered here is the India Gate situated right in the heart of New Delhi. The India Gate is of great political importance to us. It was built way back in 1921 in memory of the heroes who sacrificed their lives during World War I. In this project, India Gate has been analysed for collapse using a new method called Applied Element Method. A series of ground motion has been given as input and it has been analyzed whether the structure is stable or not during strong earthquakes which are likely to ht Delhi in the near future.
G. Swathi Kamala : Numerical modeling of Structures
Past earthquakes proved that pounding may cause serious damage when there is insufficient gap between adjacent buildings. Pounding is a serious problem in urban areas such as Bombay, where the buildings are build close one another. The aim of this project is to analyze the earthquake induced pounding between two inadequately separated buildings. In the analysis, two structures of different heights are modeled using AEM and floor-to-floor and floor-to-column problems are analyzed to study the pounding phenomena in detail. Also a row of similar structures is modeled to study their response to pounding problems.
K. Ravi Kumar : Pile and Pilecap Design of RC Structures
Komali K : Modeling,Analysis and Design of State Bank of Hyderabad Adilabad
Modeling analysis and design for any structure is necessary before starting field work. The whole process of analysis and design takes more time if done manually. Hence many software are developed to optimize the process of analysis and design. The software used in this project is ETABS nonlinear V8.5. ETABS is one of the software used to model analyze and design a structure in 3D view. The material properties frame sections and slab wall sections to the required units can be defined. It generates the reinforcement details for all the members, deformed shape of the structure to the respective load conditions and also generates the maximum and minimum bending moments and shear forces for the worst load condition. The main objective of the project deals with the Modeling, analysis and desings of SBH Adilabad. It also contains the excel sheet programs for the design of slab and footing. The summary of the project is to find the damaging mode shapes and the corrective actions to be taken. The study of mode shapes is done to find the effect of each mode shape on the building. This is a fair step to find out the damaging modes and take corrective actions like
A Improving the stiffness of the members
B Providing shear walls.
C Improving irregularities in the plan
M Mythreyi : Modeling Analysis And Design Of RC Building With Dual System
The structure is analyzed as a three-dimensional mixed frame i.e. Dual system consisting of two lateral load resisting systems viz. columns, beams and slabs as well as shear walls using STADD PRO 2004. The Design of shear walls is not included in the present scope.
In the model, the staircase has been enclosed on three sides with shear walls up to the roof, the lift wells have also been enclosed with shear walls up to the machine room top. All the shear walls are of 150 mm thick except at foundation level which is 200mm thick.
All Column bases are assumed as fixed at the bottom. All slabs are 150 mm thickness except Toilet slabs in all floors with 165mm thick. Some slabs at the 3rd floor level are 175mm thick. Roof slabs are designed as 165mm thick.
Loading chosen for analysis is as per IS: 875, IS: 1893-2002, for seismic analysis, considering the non-orthogonal configuration of the building, the 1000-30-30 rule is applicable \. (vide cl. 22.214.171.124, IS 1893 (Part 1):2002.
The live load and wind load reduction is not done for the Design of beams. Live load reduction is done as per IS-875 for the design of columns and in calculating support reactions. All RCC members are designed as per IS:456-2000 by Limit State Method at 1.5 times service loads. Grade of concrete and Reinforcing steel is M-25 and Fe-415 conforming to the latest revisions of IS 456
N.Suman Babu : Developing framwork for Architectural Modeling in Samrtplant 3D Softwares
Smart plant 3D is a member of Intergraph’s smart plant family of products smart plant 3D is complementary full suite solution that provides all the capabilities needed to design a plant and then keep it as built throughout its life cycle. It is Intergraph streamlining engineering design processes which preserving existing data and making it more usable/re-usable. Samrtplant 3D breaks through the constraints imposed by traditional design technology. Rather than focusing on simply achieving design, smart plant 3D effectively enables optimized design increasing productivity and shortening project schedules. It is the product on which different Engineers of different fields can work simultaneously on single plant to achieve modeling design of the plant. Smarplant 3D is huge software which follows 3 tier architecture the data is stored in central database at server. Scope of the project is to develop a new Task in Smart plant 3D by name structural layout Task. This task at present provides a basic frame work for Architectural Modeling in smart plant 3D environment. The basic framework consists of selection of Elevation plane in 3D environment on which the plan of building structure is to be drawn then switching to 2D environment where placing of wall object is done and the properties for the wall can be set. The final step is of converting the 2D plan to WireBodys that are displayable in 3D. Finally, all the data generated by the model and data given by the user is stored in database. The Drawing of plans is made user-friendly and tools are provided to assist placing of wall object in 2D plan.
Nishant Mehta : Project Report on Columbus Data Structure File Editor
Information management in infrastructure development companies is a very difficult proposition especially for multi national companies executing projects in varied projects residing on varied servers located in varied countries would be very time information. Columbus helps in logical viewing of data of any particular project or category in a manner that is specified by the user. The data can be scattered anywhere across the network and the same logical view can be gather all the files and folders for a project under one heading even though they are spread across multiple directories, servers around the office or globe or accessible by different methods e.g. remote file systems, FTP etc and the same folder structure can be shared by all members working on the project. This makes it easier to find view edit and print project data regardless fo the document type or where it resides. The Columbus Data Structure file typed is used by Columbus to create and store the logical organization of files and folders as viewed from a particular location. The project titled Columbus Data Structure File Editor is a tool which helps in visually editing and manipulating the Columbus Data Structures files as per user requirements.
P Naveen Kumar : Fracture Analysis of A plate With Central Crack Under Tension
The crack driving force and the material resistance depend on the fracture mechanics regime. In general a safety factor is applied to the material resistance in comparison with the crack driving force to determine the allowable flaw size for a component. The basic criterion in any fracture mechanics analysis is to prevent failure. The present project work contains the definition and different types of fracture mechanics based on the deformation shape of crack at the edge of the failure area. It also the mathematical expressions used for the analytical solution of Stress Intensity Factor and display the modes of crack tip propagation. The report involves the concept of linear elastic fracture mechanics. Linear elastic fracture mechanics LEFM is based on the application of the theory of elasticity to bodies containing cracks or defects. The project includes of solving of a LEFM problem by an example and compares the solution with the step by step approach using ANSYS> the results of various parameters like Stresses, Strains and Displacements are also plotted. The project also includes a GUI for the calculation of stress Intensity Factor. The Code is described under Visual Basic programming language.
Naveen Kumar Goud R : Application of CFD Techninqes in Design and Analysis of Airplane Wing and Fuselage Body
Accurate analysis of Fuselage Body and the Airfoil are essential for the design and analysis of modern aircrafts. The modeling of a Fuselage system and Airfoil are large angle maneuvers. A Variety of Navier Stokes based methodologies have been employed these effects. A preprocessor was developed using the advanced program techniques which would be facilitative in creating the model of the Fuselage Body and the shape of the Airfoil. The proposed formulation is dependent on the finite element analysis package Ansys used to compute the different forces acting upon the Fuselage Body and for the Model Analysis of the Airfoils. The modeling is done using the CAD packages as CATIA. The purpose of this study is to examine the merits of some of the simplified techniques of modeling and their influence on the physics of the overall Fuselage Body and the Airfoil Problems. The results when computed where found with in the range of specificities by the AIAAA American Institute of Aeronautical and Astronautics.
Ranjeet Joshi : Region-Wise Disaster Vulnerability Assesement of India an IT based approach
Narendra Nath Reddy Sirigiri : Software Test Design and Test Automation
Software testing is a laborious process which consumes lot of resources both in terms of human and machine power. Manual testing of software case of regression testing where same testing has to be done on the same application repetitively for each build which occur in regular intervals of time manual testing fails to do justice. Hence automation of testing procedure is important and efficient in case of scenarios where
· The tasks are vast (i.e. the application is so big as in the case of OS or some CAD applications)
· The tasks are repetitive (as in the case of regression testing
The objective of this project is to study the various test automation procedures that are in use in various software firms now and do select optimal ways of performing these test automation procedures. The various automated procedures studied under the part of this project are:
· View Dialogs Automation
· UI Automation Merging results
· Help Automation
· Functionality Automation
Ramisetti Srinivasa Babu : Sheet Metal Fomability Assesment Tool
The main focus of this project report is to present a broad overview of these theoretical and numerical background needed for the simulations of sheet metal forming processes and to present the various software concepts that have been used in developing a user friendly prototype which can be used for analyzing and simulating various sheet metal forming processes with the help the latest rapid application development tools along with the usage of the present simulation libraries. The numerical analyses of sheet forming processes of few cars parts are presented as examples to depict the power of the present simulations libraries that have been used in developing the prototype.
Stanley Silvadasan : Sheet Metal Formability Assessment Tool
Sunil Adireddy : Software Localization and Localization Testing
Localization has become an essential thing for competing in global market. This report deals with all the aspects of software localization that i have come across during my M-Tech project at Neilsoftltd, Pune. It examines the key issues in software localization and software testing. Software localization is the process by which computer applications are analyzed and adapted to the requirements of different markets. The report also discusses how closely globalization, internationalization and localization are related. It also illustrates the various phases of localization engineering life cycle and the process of build creation. It takes care of all the types of defects i have come across during my project here at Neil soft. Conclusion of the report contains how i am benefited by working on this project. It also includes how my experience has been here at Neil soft.
Hemanth Kumar V : Software Localization Build Engineering
The report gives an overview of the work that i have doe at Nelisoft Pvt Ltd as part of My M. Tech final Industrial Internship. I worked in Neil soft as Localization Build Engineer and worked on different languages. My core tasks were to create defect free localized builds by following a standardized localization build process. Besides, I also automated a few of the processes by writing Macros, Perl scripts which were executed manually previously. This report attempts to explain all the work that i have performed in my stint at Neil soft along with my understanding of the processes. This report also aims at giving an overview of globalization, internationalization and localization and how they are interlinked.
V. V. S. Chaitanya Saladi : Detailing of Connections for Horizontal Configuration Transmission Line Tower
Designing and Detailing of transmission line towers is a quiet tedious process. Manual designing and detailing of transmission line towers takes few days, to overcome to time constraint and for ease Detailing software has been developed which gives the desired output in just few hours. The report deals with programming part of the software which gives the detailing of the Horizontal transmission line tower. This report discusses the programming of different types of connections and the basic terminology of the transmission line towers. This software develops automatically the assembly and shop drawings. This report also discusses about the towers which are in use. Conclusions of the report comprises of my experience and the knowledge i have gained at IMIsoftltd, Hyderabad.