Sunil Raiyani

Sunil Raiyani
Nirma University | NU · Institute of Technology

Master of Technology

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Introduction
Prof. Sunil Raiyani is currently serving as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at Institute of Technology, Nirma University. He served as faculty of Civil Engineering at IIIT Nuzvid nearly 5 year before Joining Nirma University.

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1. Abstract Biofiber in concrete has opened up a new window for the green technology and helped with an increased tension, compression strength and reduced sudden failure of concrete but with little disadvantage of bonding between a concrete matrix and biofiber and durability of concrete. The present paper mainly concentrate on bonding between conc...
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The research on flexure, shear, and axial strengthening of reinforced concrete (RC) members has been conducted many times, but very few studies have been carried out on torsional strengthening of RC members. The main objective of the present study is to ascertain the better strengthening material in terms of torsional strength and damage patterns....
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The torsional strengthening of reinforced concrete hollow beams (RCHBs) with externally bonded stainless steel wire mesh (SSWM) was investigated. The experimental programme involved casting and testing eight RCHBs of length 1300 mm and 150 mm × 150 mm cross-section with a 50 mm × 50 mm square hollow section in the centre. The beams were reinforced...
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The present study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of externally bonded stainless steel wire mesh (SSWM) in enhancing the shear strength of reinforced concrete (RC) flanged beams with T-shape cross-section. To identify appropriate SSWM as a strengthening material, tension test and bond test are performed on five locally available SSWM. An experim...
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The aim of the present experimental work is to investigate the mechanical property in terms of the tensile strength of Stainless Steel Wire Mesh (SSWM), Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymers (CFRP) and Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymers (GFRP) when exposed to different elevated temperatures, ranging from 50°C to 300°C. Prior to testing all 21 coupons are s...
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Locally available Stainless SteelWire Mesh (SSWM) bonded on a concrete surface with an epoxy resin is explored as an alternative method for the torsional strengthening of Reinforced Concrete (RC) beam in the present study. An experiment is conducted to understand the behavior of RC beams strengthened with a different configuration of SSWM wrapping...
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This paper presents the outcome of the experimental program conducted to incorporate the Nano particles in the pervious concrete for the purpose of water purification and improvement in the strength. The Nano particles are small objects that behave as filler for the porosity of concrete, which helps to increase the strength of concrete and maintain...
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For deteriorated or damaged structures it is necessary to go for repair or rehabilitation to enhance load capacity as well as to upgrade life span of structure. The use of Stainless Steel Wire Mesh (SSWM) for flexural and shear strengthening of Reinforced Concrete (RC) beams has been explored by researchers worldwide. The area of torsional strength...
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Twisting Moment in the member of the skeletal structure due to wind, seismic and other lateral loads are invariably repetitive and cyclic in nature. The reinforced concrete (RC) beam have been found deficient in torsional shear capacity and the behavior of RC beam under torsion is still a topic of research in structural engineering. This paper atte...
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This paper presents the outcomes of the experimental program conducted to study the mechanical properties of concrete homogeneously reinforced with biofibres like Sida cordifolia plant fibre (SICOF), Pineapple leaf fibre (PALF), Banana fibre (MUSAF) and Bagasse (BAGAF). The optimum content of fibre to be used is determined by conducting an experime...

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