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Repository of Theses and Dissertations of Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India. The repository has been developed to capture, disseminate and preserve research theses of Indian Institute of Science.

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1. Behaviour Of FRP Strengthened Masonry In Compression And Shear - Pavan, G S
Masonry structures constitute a significant portion of building stock worldwide. Seismic performance of unreinforced masonry has been far from satisfactory. Masonry is purported to be a major source of hazard during earthquakes by reconnaissance surveys conducted aftermath of an earthquake. Reasons for the poor performance of masonry structures are more than one namely lack of deformational capacity, poor tensile strength & lack of earthquake resistance features coupled with poor quality control and large variation in strength of materials employed. Fibre Reinforced Plastic (FRP) composites have emerged as an efficient strengthening technique for reinforced concrete structures over the past two decades....

2. Engineering Approach To Seismic Hazard Estimation Of North Eastern Region Of India - Rahman, Tauhidur
Selecting the design ground motion parameters for future earthquakes is a challenging task in earthquake engineering. The intensity of ground shaking depends on the physics of the earthquake process, the seismic wave characteristics, damping and density of the elastic medium. The important parameters commonly used in engineering application are Peak Ground Acceleration (PGA) and response spectrum. This thesis addresses the question of how the above parameters can be rationally estimated for a very highly Seismic zone like North Eastern Region of India (NERI). A detailed literature review and necessity of engineering seismic hazard estimation for NERI is presented in Chapter...

3. Development And Control Of Urban Water Network Models - Rai, Pawan Kumar
Water distribution systems convey drinking water from treatment plant and make available to consumers’ taps. It consists of essential components like pipes, valves, pumps, tanks and reservoirs etc. The main concern in the working of a water distribution system is to assure customer demands under a choice of quantity and quality throughout the complete life span for the probable loading situations. However, in some cases, the existing infrastructure may not be adequate to meet the customer’s requirements. In such cases, system modeling plays an important role in proper management of water supply systems. In present scenario, modeling plays a significant...

4. Studies On Characterization Of Self Compacting Concrete : Microstructure, Fracture And Fatigue - Hemalatha, T
Evolution of concrete is continuously taking place to meet the ever-growing demands of the construction industry. Self compacting concrete (SCC) has emerged as a result of this demand to overcome the scarcity of labour. SCC is widely replacing normal vibrated concrete (NVC) these days owing to its advantages such as homogeneity of the mix, filling ability even in heavily congested reinforcement, smooth finish, reduction in construction time etc. The ingredients used for SCC is the same as that of the NVC. But the proportioning of ingredients to achieve self compactability alters the microstructure of SCC which in turn affects the...

5. A 3D Lattice Model For Fracture Of Concrete : A Multiscale Approach - Mungule, Mahesh Parshuram
It is quite well known that fracture behavior of concrete is complex and is influenced by several factors. Apart from material properties, geometric parameters influence fracture behavior and one notable phenomenon is size effect. The existence of the size effect in concrete is well known and various attempts to model the behavior is well documented in literature. However the approach by Bazant to describe the size effect behavior in concrete has received considerable attention. The major advantage of developing the size effect law for concrete is the ability to describe the fracture behavior (namely failure strength) of large size structures inaccessible to laboratory...

6. Hydroclimatological Modeling Using Data Mining And Chaos Theory - Dhanya, C T
The land–atmosphere interactions and the coupling between climate and land surface hydrological processes are gaining interest in the recent past. The increased knowledge in hydro climatology and the global hydrological cycle, with terrestrial and atmospheric feedbacks, led to the utilization of the climate variables and atmospheric tele-connections in modeling the hydrological processes like rainfall and runoff. Numerous statistical and dynamical models employing different combinations of predictor variables and mathematical equations have been developed on this aspect. The relevance of predictor variables is usually measured through the observed linear correlation between the predictor and the predictand. However, many predictor climatic variables...

7. Constitutive Behaviour Of Partly Saturated Fine Grained Soils - Herkal, R N

8. Factors And Mechanisms Controlling The Index Properties And Engineering Behaviour Of Soil Mixtures - Stalin, V K

9. Multireservoir Systems Optimization : A New Approach - Sharma, G K

10. Critical Stochastic Seismic Excitation Models For Engineering Structures - Sarkar, Abhijit

11. Elasto-Plastic Modelling Of Fine Grained Soils - A Variable Moduli Approach - Shantharajanna, H R

12. Analyses Of Two-Layer Soil Systems Beneath Rigid Footings - Vinod, P

13. Three Dimensional Viscoplastic And Geomertrically Non-Linear Finite Element Analysis Of Adhesively Bonded Joints - Narasimhan, S

14. The Variable Source Area Conceptul Model For Western Ghats, Karnataka, India - Sawant, Priyadarshi H

15. A Smooth Finite Element Method Via Triangular B-Splines - Khatri, Vikash
A triangular B-spline (DMS-spline)-based finite element method (TBS-FEM) is proposed along with possible enrichment through discontinuous Galerkin, continuous-discontinuous Galerkin finite element (CDGFE) and stabilization techniques. The developed schemes are also numerically explored, to a limited extent, for weak discretizations of a few second order partial differential equations (PDEs) of interest in solid mechanics. The presently employed functional approximation has both affine invariance and convex hull properties. In contrast to the Lagrangian basis functions used with the conventional finite element method, basis functions derived through n-th order triangular B-splines possess (n ≥ 1) global continuity. This is usually not possible with...

16. Enhancing The Potential Of Class F Fly Ashes For Geotechnical And Geoenvironmental Applications - Moghal, Arif Ali Baig
Thermal power station in most countries is saddled with the problem of fly ash disposal and unless suitable avenues are found for its proper use, this would pose a gigantic problem to the power sector. Disposal of huge quantities of fly ashes without proper care causes considerable impact on the environment particularly the one leading to soil and groundwater contamination. On the other hand, fly ashes have many desirable properties which can find applications in civil engineering, especially in geotechnical engineering. The pozzolanic reactivity is one of the important properties of fly ashes that enhance its application. Thought the fly...

17. Analysis And Prediction Of Compaction Characteristics Of Soils - An Integrated Approach - Manoj, M

18. New Analytical And Numerical Methods For The Study Of Nonlinear Oscillators - Roy, Debasish

19. Some Studies On Numerical Models For Fracture Of Concrete - Rao, T V R L
Concrete has established itself as the most widely used structural material. There is hardly any place where human life and concrete structure do not exist together. It's use is seen in wide variety of structures like buildings, bridges, dams, nuclear structures, floating and submerged structures and so on. Hence, in view of safety, serviceability and economy, proper understanding of the behaviour of concrete is imperative in designing these complex structures. Current reinforced concrete codes are based on strength and serviceability concepts. The tensile strength of concrete is totally neglected in the limit state method of analysis. The concrete in tension...

20. Artificial Neural Networks And Artificial Intelligence Paradigms In Damage Assessment Of Steel Railway Bridges - Barai, Sudhirkumar V

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