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Civil Engineering Seminar Topics (a Big List)
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if you want to know more about topics reply below with particular name of the topics,i will try to more;;;
Rehabilitation and Resettlement Policy
Concrete Technology
Water Resources Engineering
Eco-concrete? Opportunities and Challenges
Air Pollution Control
Engineering Behavior Of Soils And Foundations
Global Positioning And Geographical Information Systems Applications
Highway Design
Instrumentation and sensing technology
Remote Sensing , GIS And Its Applications
Application of Genetic Algorithm in Irrigation Scheduling
Geotechnical Engineering
Water Resources Engineering
Actuator systems based on Piezoelectric ceramics
Structural Engineering
Building Planning and Design
Recent trends in electricity pricing
Grid stability using non-conventional energy sources
Repair Using Modern Materials & Techniques
Laminated Floorings
Advance Construction Techniques
Mixed Traffic Control & Behavior
Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement
Formwork and supportive scaffolding
Global Positioning System
Marine Pollution
Advances in composite materials
Reflection Cracking Of Bituminous Overlay and Its Control
Bamboo as a Building Material
Construction Engineering Systems
Advance Construction Techniques
Power quality improvement
Soil And Water Conservation / Watershed management
Hydraulic Structure And Water Power Engg.
Highway Safety
Piano Key Spillways for Dams
Structural Behavior Measurement
Geo technical Engineering
Water Resources Development in Developing Countries
Bio ? Engineering Techniques For Erosion Control In Slope
Construction Challenges For Bridges In Hilly Area
Natural Fibres In Concrete
Fatigue Behaviour Of Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete Beams
Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement
Mineral Admixtures For High Performance Concrete
Restoration Of Monuments
Construction Safety Management
Seismic Isolation Devices
Use Of Polymer Composites In Bridge Rehabilitation
Impact Of Lightining On Building And Its Remedial Measures
Modern Concepts Of Rural Road Development
Pavement Evaluation And Application Of Geotextiles In Pavements
Design Considerations For Roadside Safety
Emergency Shelter Through Superadobe Technology
Production of Biogas From Paddy Straw
Reactive Powder Concrete
Bio-medical waste management and the strategy
Provision of Tunnels
Construction Safety Management
Decorative concretes
GIS and Its Applications
Rehabilitation Of Buildings and Bridges
Remote Sensing
Seismic Analysis Of Structures (Bridges)
Liquefaction Potential Assessment
The Role Of Soils In Purifying Wastewater Effluents
Natural Fibres In Concrete
Soil Stabilization With Rice Husk Ash and Lime Sludge
Thermally Comfortable Passive House For Tropical Uplands
Water Supply and Sanitation
Environmental Impact Assessment
Formwork Types & Design
Disaster Recovery
Value Engineering
Trenchless Technology
Space Hotel
Green Buildings For Quality Living
Recycled Aggregate Concrete
Flexible Pavement
Repair And Strengthening Of Concrete Structures
concrete technology plz... am in my final yr an need to do a project for my final sem.. searchin for a relevant topic.. plz help
i hope you read for concrete technology
i want to know abt anaerobic digestion of road side verge
road side verge management
Green Building for Quality living... plz give me the full details about this topic..[/color][/size][/font]
see for Roadside Verge Management


Anaerobic digestion of verge cuttings for transport fuel
1.Eco-concrete? Opportunities and Challenges
2.Structural Engineering
3.Building Planning and Design
4.Construction Safety Management
5.Repair Using Modern Materials & Techniques
6.Laminated Floorings
7.Recycled Aggregate Concrete
Green or sustainable buildings use key resources like energy, water, materials, and land more efficiently than conventional buildings.
Why shift to green buildings:
1.Address growing costs of distribution
2.Reduce rise an electricity and gas prices.
3.Help cut pollution from fossil fuels.
4.Improve quality of educational environment
5.improved work and living environments

The majority of this cost is due to the increased architectural and engineering (A&E) design time, modeling costs.

Financial benefits:
energy and water savings, reduced waste, improved indoor environmental quality, greater employee comfort/productivity, reduced employee health costs and lower operations and maintenance costs.

Energy savings:green buildings use 30% less energy than conventional buildings.
-green buildings have reduced electricity purchases and secondarily from reduced peak energy demand.
Productivity and health
Residents of green buildings have reduced illness symptoms, reduced absenteeism and increases in perceived productivity.
-Generally improved thermal comfort and better ventilation.
-CO2 monitoring to ensure better performance of systems such as ventilation, heating and air conditioning.

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can u give me the complete info about continously reinforced concrete pavement ..pls
visit this thread for more details about your topic:
can i get the full seminar of continously reinforcd concrete pavement?
Hi, you can visit this thread for details of continuously reinforced concrete pavement:
seminar report will be posted if available
Continuously reinforced concrete
pavement (CRCP)

Continuously reinforced concrete
pavement (CRCP) is the major type
of highway pavement used for the expressways
in the urban parts. It is favoured because of its increased ride quality,
minimal maintenance, and extended
service life.It does not require any contraction joints. Transverse cracks are allowed to form but are held tightly together with continuous reinforcing steel.CRCP may sometimes experience
early failure of ride quality owing to
surface spalling adjacent to full depth
cracks when certain siliceous river
gravels are used. This results in the need to repair or apply an overlay
to a number of damaged sections.Research has shown that the maximum allowable design crack width is about 0.5 mm (0.02 inches) to protect against spalling and water penetration (CRSI, 1996). Cracks typically form at intervals of 1.1 - 2.4 m (3.5 - 8 ft.).No. 5 and No. 6 deformed reinforcing bars are used. Reinforcing steel usually constitutes about 0.6 - 0.7 percent of the cross-sectional pavement area and is located near mid-depth in the slab.

1)Concrete Thickness. Generally the slab thickness is taken as same as the thickness of a jointed concrete pavement unless local performance has shown thinner pavements designed with an accepted design process to be satisfactory.

2)Reinforcing Steel:
a)Longitudinal Steel:based on the pavement cross sectional area, 0. 6 percent is recommended to aid transverse crack development in the range of 8 feet.
b) Deformed steel bars are recommended. The spacing of the longitudinal steel is not less than 4 inches or 2 1/2 times the maximum sized aggregate, whichever is greater.
c)) The recommended position of the longitudinal steel is between 1/3 and 1/2 of the depth of the pavement from the surface.
d) areas where corrosion is a problem, epoxy coated reinforcing steel is recommended.
e)When splicing longitudinal steel, the recommended minimum lap is 25 bar diameters with the splice pattern being either staggered or skewed.
f) Plan details or specifications are needed to insure sufficient reinforcing at points of discontinuity.

Transverse Reinforcing and Tiebars
If transverse reinforcement is included, it should be #4, #5, or #6 grade 60 deformed bars. transverse reinforcing reduces the risk of random longitudinal cracks opening up and thus reduces the potential of punch-outs. tiebars should be placed in longitudinal joints where transverse steel is omitted.

The base design should provide a stable foundation and should not trap free moisture beneath the pavement.Positive drainage is recommended. The friction between the pavement and base plays a role in the development of crack spacing in CRCP. Polyethylene sheeting should not be used as a bond breaker unless the low pavement/base friction is considered in design.


CRCP is not recommended in areas where subgrade distortion is expected and Subgrade treatment may be used for poor soil conditions.

Longitudinal joints are necessary to relieve stresses caused by concrete shrinkage and temperature differentials in a controlled manner and should be included when pavement widths are greater than 14 feet. Most commonly used Terminal joints are the wide-flange (WF) steel beam which accommodates movement, and the lug anchor which restricts movement.

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m lookin out for some material on 1.evecuation methods in high rise buildings
2.seismic response of retaining wall.. plz help asap
Recycled Aggregate Concrete

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