CIVIL ENGINEERING

OVERVIEW OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

Department of Civil Engineering was established in the year 2009, with the intention of producing Civil engineers who are prepared to be Industry ready in all aspects of Civil Engineering. Faculty with all different specializations are able to deliver and work on Analysis & design of structural elements, soil investigations, effective traffic planning, water distribution and environmental aspects. Well-equipped labs and state of the art facilities are the main stay of the department. Teaching learning Process is achieved through a very highly qualified and experienced teaching and non-teaching staff delivering quality education. Department regularly conducts Consultancy works such as material testing, structural detailing of private and government sectors.

Vision

To be recognized as a center of excellence in the field of Civil Engineering with emphasis on quality Engineering education, Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurial skills.

Mission

M1: Providing quality education through scientific and technical approach.
M2: Developing technical skills, leadership quality and multidimensional engineering excellence through congenial teaching learning process.
M3: Promoting research, industry interaction and entrepreneurial skills through contemporary process of learning in the field of Civil Engineering.

Program Outcomes (PO):

1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Programme Educational Objectives(PEO):

PEO1: Become capable of applying technical & managerial skills and succeed as professional engineers to address socio-environment oriented problems in the field of Civil Engineering.
PEO2: Possess competency to get employed, imbibe entrepreneurial traits & adopt modern techniques in consultancy services with a sense of professional ethics.
PEO3: Excel in academic and research career with the aid of higher education and membership of professional bodies.

Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs):

PSO1: Evaluate different materials required for construction, planning and management of projects and analysis and design of structural elements.
PSO2: Inculcating the principles of soil investigation and surveying in planning and design of the transportation facilities.
PSO3: Adopting systematic approach in natural resources, water management and integrating the application of remote sensing and GIS in the field of Civil Engineering.

Teaching Faculty of Civil Dept

# Name Designation Qualification Profile
1 Dr. D L Prabhakara Professor & Director BE,M.Tech,Ph.D
2 Dr. Nalini Elizabeth Rebello Professor & Head BE,M Tech,Ph.D
3 Dr Premanand Shenoy Professor BTech,MTech,PhD
4 Mr. Hemanth Prabhu Associate Professor BE,M.Tech,
5 Mr. Jayaram Associate Professor BE,ME,
6 Mr. Sunil Kumar K Assistant Professor BE,M. Tech,
7 Ms. Kavyashree M P Assistant Professor BE,M.Tech,
8 Mr. Supreeth Prabhu N. Assistant Professor BE,M.Tech,
9 Mr. Manohar K Assistant Professor BE,M.Tech,
10 Ms. Smitha Assistant Professor BE,M.Tech,
11 Mrs. Deepthishree S Aithal Assistant Professor BE,M.Tech,
12 Mr. Gireesh Mailar Assistant Professor BE,M.Tech,
13 Ms. Ramya K Assistant Professor BE,M.Tech,
14 Ms Navyashree B R Asst Professor BE,MTech,
15 Mr. Sanjith S Anchan Assistant Professor BE,M.Tech,
16 Mr. AnilKumar N S Assistant Professor BE,M.Tech,
17 Ms. Navya Rai D Assistant Professor BE,M Tech,
18 Ms. Vijayalaxmi Kedilaya B Assistant Professor BE,M Tech,
19 Mr. Nithish M G Assistant Professor BE,M Tech,
20 Ms. Pooja K Assistant Professor BE,M Tech,
21 Ms. Krutika M Hurgi Assistant Professor BE,M Tech ,
22 Mr. Blesson S Assistant Professor B.E.,M.Tech.,

ADJUNCT FACULTY

# Profile Photo Name
1 Mr. Anil Baliga

THRUST AREA

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
THRUST AREAS
Construction Technology Structural Engineering Earth Science & Transportation Environmental, Hydraulics
& Irrigation
Materials Testing Basic Structures Soil Investigation Foundation Design Water Supply & Sanitary
Concrete Technology Structural Design Pavement Materials and Design Solid Waste Management & Pollution Control
Town Planning & Smart Village Concept Advanced Structures Alignments & Area Survey Remote Sensing and GIS
Precast  & Prefabricated Structures Structural Analysis Highway Infrastructures  Design Planning of Hydro and Thermal
Power Project
CO-ORDINATORS
Gireesh Mailar Ramya K. Chethan Kumar N. T. Kavyashree M. P.
FACULTY
Supreeth Prabhu N. Manohar K. R. Jayaram Anil Kumar N S
Navyashree B. R. Prabhakara D. L. Sunil Kumar K. Geetha S. D.
Pooja K Premanand Shenoy Krupaksha H. K. Lester Castelino
Deepthishree S. Aithal   Sanjith S Anchan
Smitha   Hemantha Prabhu B
Vijayalaxmi Kedilaya B    
  Navya Rai D    
SUPPORTING STAFF
Lavanya Meghana Hemavathi Anuradha
Jyothi      
       

Syllabus

FACULTY PUBLICATIONS

Dr. D L Prabhakara

National Journal

No of National : 17

  1. Vibration buckling and dynamic instability behaviour of doubly curved panels with central circular cutout subjected to a non-uniform partial edge loading Advance Journal of Vibration, Vol 4 (2) , 125-137,2005
  2. Tension buckling and parametric instability characteristics of doubly curved panels with circular cutout subjected to non uniform tensile edge loading Thin Walled Structures, vol 42(7), 947-962,2004
  3. Tension buckling and vibration behaviour of laminated composite curved panels subjected to partial edge loading Composite Structures Vol 60,2,Page 171-181, May,2003
  4. Structural and electrical properties of sol-gel derived plzt ceramics Bulletin of Pure and Applied Science,2002
  5. Vibration and buckling of laminated composite plates subjected to non-uniform in-plane edge loading. Journal of Structural Engineering ,2001
  6. Sintering tempera ture dependent physical and dielectric properties of Pb91La0.9 (Zr0.65 Tr0.35)0.9775O3 ceramics. Journal of Material Science Letters,2000
  7. Effect of sintering temperature on dielectric properties of Pb91 (La1z/3 Liz)0.09(Zr0.65 Tr0.35)0.9775O3. Materials Letters,2000
  8. Sintering temperature dependent ferroelectric phase transition of Pb91 (La1z/3 Liz)0.09(Zr0.65 Tr0.35)0.9775O3. Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, 61,2000
  9. Effect of sintering temperature on Na-modified PLZT ceramics.Materials Chemistry and Physics, Vol,64,2000
  10. Phase transition characteristics of PLZT(7/65//35) ceramics sintered at different temperatures. Bulletin of Pure and Applied Sciences, 1999
  11. Static and dynamic behaviour of rectangular plates with internal flaws subjected to a pair of concentrated loading.Journal of Structural Engineering (SERC), 23(4),1997
  12. Vibration, buckling and parametric instability behaviour of plates with centrally located cutouts subjected to in-plane loading.Thin Walled Structures, 1997
  13. Static and dynamic behaviour of square plates with inhomogeniety subjected to non-uniform edge loading. Structural Engineering and Mechanics,1996
  14. Static and dynamic elastic behaviour of damaged plates subjected to local in-plane loads Marine Structures, 811-818 ,1996
  15. Buckling and vibration of rectangular plates subjected to partial edge loading. (compression or tension) Journal of Structural Engineering (SERC), 23(4) ,1995
  16. Parametric instability characteristics of rectangular plates with localised damage subjected to in-plane periodic load. Structural Engineering Review ,1995
  17. Vibration and static stability characteristics of rectangular plates with a localized flaw.Computers & Structures,1993

International Journals:

No of International : 8

  1. Flutter instability behavior of free-free column with a movable mass subjected to follower drag force, Jl. of Solids and Structures Vol 6, 2 Page215,  June, 2006
  2. Dynamic instability characteristics of laminated composite doubly curved panels subjected to partially distributed follower edge loading. International Journal of Solids and Structures, 2005
  3. Dynamic stability characteristics of doubly curved panels with circular cutout subjected to followers edge load An International journal of “Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology” Vol.77 No.1, 2005.
  4. Dynamic instability characteristics of doubly curved panels subjected to partially distributed follower edge loading with damping of Institution of Mech. Engrs. Part C. U.K. Jl. of Mechanical Engg. Science Vol218 (part-C),67-81,2004
  5. Vibration and stability behaviour of laminated composite curved panels with central cutout subjected to partial in-plane edge loading International Journal of Structural Stability and Dynamics,2004
  6. Dynamic instability characteristics of laminated composite plates subjected to partial follower edge load with damping International Journal of Mechanical Sciences., Vol.43(9), 1429-1448,2003
  7. Tension buckling and vibration behaviour of laminated composite doubly curved panels. International Journal of Structural Stability and Dynamics, 2(3).2002
  8. Tension buckling and vibration behaviour of curved panels subjected to non-uniform in-plane edge loading International Journal of Structural Stability and Dynamics,2002
 

Dr. Nalini Elizabeth Rebello

National Journal

No of National : 2

V. R. Sastry, Nalini Rebello and R. Shivashankar (2015) “Blast induced response of a Tunnel in the Presence of a Two Storied Structure” International Society of Rock Mechanics, Volume 4, No.1, pp. 10-14. 

R. Nalini, R. Shivashankar, V. R. Sastry (2013) “Analysis of Behaviour of a Tunnel and Surrounding Strata using 3Dec Numerical Modelling: Case Study of a U/G Metro Rail Project". International Society of Rock Mechanics, Volume 2, No.2, pp. 19-22. 

International Journals:

No of International : 6

1. Nalini E. Rebello, R. Shivashankar and Vedala R. Sastry (2018). “Surface Displacements due to Tunneling in Granular Soils in Presence and Absence of Geosynthetic Layer Under Footings.” Geomechanics and Engineering, Technopress. Vol. 15, No. 2 (2018), pp. 739-744.

2. R. Shivashankar, Nalini E. Rebello, V. R. Sastry and B. R. Jayalekshmi (2018).” Soil Structure Interaction Studies with Use of Geosynthetics in Soils Beneath Footings.” Shehata and Y. Rashed (eds.), Numerical Analysis of Nonlinear Coupled Problems, Sustainable Civil Infrastructures, Springer International, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-61905-7. pp. 85-97.

3. Nalini E. Rebello, R. Shivashankar and V.R. Sastry (2016). “Response of Strata and Buildings to Blast Induced Vibrations in the Presence and Absence of a Tunnel.” Journal of Geotechnical and Geological Engineering, Springer, 34:1013–1028.

4. Nalini Rebello, V. R. Sastry and R. Shivashankar (2014). “Study of Surface Displacements on Tunnelling under Buildings using 3DEC Numerical Modelling.” ISRN Civil Engineering, Hindawi Journals, Article ID 828792. 

5. Nalini Rebello, Vedala Rama Sastry and R. Shivashankar (2014). “Numerical Modelling Study of Behaviour of Consolidated Strata around Tunnel.” Science, Technology, Arts Research Journal, pp. 190-196

6. Nalini. R, V. R. Sastry, Shivashankar, and R, Lakshmi. S (2012), “Behaviour of Tunnel and Surrounding Strata using 3DEC Numerical Modelling: Case study of an U/G Metro Rail Project” International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, pp. 1763-1770. 

 

Dr Premanand Shenoy

International Journals:

No of International : 15

1. Premanand Shenoy, K S Babunarayan and Katta Venkataramana (2015). “Perfect Nodal Position Search Method for the Optimum Design of Trusses.” International Journal of Engineering & Technology. Res., ISSN: 2321-0869, Vol. 3 Issue 2.

2. Premanand Shenoy, K S Babunarayan, Katta and Venkataramana (2015). “Optimum Design of 2D Trusses Using Controlled Directional Movement of Nodes”, International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology. Vol. 4, Issue-5, Page No.: 105-110, ISSN: 2249-8958 (Online).

3. Premanand Shenoy, K S Babunarayan and Katta Venkataramana (2015). “Stress Smoothing along Polygonal Boundaries”. International Journal for Science Research & Development. Vol. 3, Issue 05, ISSN (online): 2321-0613.

4. Premanand Shenoy, K S Babunarayan and Katta Venkataramana (2015). “Structure Optimization by Successive Correction to Nodal Positions.” Special issue on Proceedings of International Conference on Emerging Trends in Mechanical Engineering in International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology.

5. Shyam Bhat, Premanand Shenoy and Asha (2014). “Earthquake Behaviour of Buildings with and without Shear walls.” Special Publication on Innovations in Civil Engineering. International Organization of Science Research.

6. Ajay R Prabhu, Premanand Shenoy and Katta Venkataramana (2015) “Assessment of Fundamental Natural Period of RCC Buildings.” International Journal of Engineering Technology Research. Vol. 3, Issue 7.

7. Harshavardhan, BHV Pai, and Premanand Shenoy (2016). “Parametric Study on Fundamental Natural Frequency of Moment Resisting Structure.” Science Direct, Elsevier, Materials today Proceedings, 2214-7853.

8. Anushia K Ajay, Asha U Rao and Premanand Shenoy (2017). “Parametric Study On T-Beam Bridge.” International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology (IJCIET). Vol. 8, Issue 6, June.

9. Bharath Nishan , Dr. Premanand Shenoy and Rohith Kumar A S (2017). “Automated Analysis and Parametric Study of Grid Floors.” International Journal of Scientific Research Engineering & Technology (IJSRET), ISSN 2278 – 0882, Vol. 6, Issue 11, November.

10. Rohith Kumar A S and Premanand Shenoy (2017) “Finite Element Analysis of Gusset Plates.” International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT), TKM College of Engineering, Kollam (Kerala), India ISSN: 2249-8958, Vol. 7, Issue- ICMSC17, pp. 220-224, December.

11. Nithesh. K, Kiran K. Shetty and Premanand Shenoy (2018). “Influence of Cable Profiles on the Performance of Cable Stayed Bridge.” International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology (IJCIET) Vol. 9, Issue 5, May 2018.

12. Anusha K. and Dr. Premanand Shenoy (2018). “Structural Design in Timber.” International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing, Vol. 8, Issue No.6, June.

13. Nithin B .H, Deepthishree S. A. and Dr. Premanand Shenoy (2018). “Finite Element Analysis of Crack.” International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing, Vol. 8, Issue No.6, June.

14. Pavithra Reddy S. J., Ravindranatha and Premanand Shenoy (2018). “Nomograms for Isotropically Reinforced Polygonal Slab.” International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology, ISSN: 2454-132X , Vol. 4, Issue 3.

15. Yashvanth P, Premanand Shenoy and C.M. Ravi Kumar (2018). “Torsional Effects in Multi Storey Buildings due to Earthquake Loads.” International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT) ISSN: 2249 – 8958, Volume-X, Issue-X.

 

Mr. Jayaram

International Journals:

No of International : 2

1 .Experimental studies on Fiber Reinforced Concrete with Addition of Foundry Sand

Published in IJIRS  Journal , volume 3, issue 4 ,April 2014

2 . Experimental Investigation Of Hybrid Fiber Reinforced Concrete Published in IJIRS journal , volume 3 , issue 3 ,March 2014

 

Mr. Sunil Kumar K

International Journals:

No of International : 6

1. Mitra K., Vishal Samartha, Sunil Kumar K., (2016) "Students t-test to assess the role of aptitude classes for placement among Engineering students", International Journal of research in Economics and Social Sciences, Volume 6, Issue 3 2. 

2. M. Chitharanjan, K. Sunil Kumar, D. L. Prabhakara (2017) “Effect of Partial Edge load on simply supported FRP Composite Panel for various Ply Orientations through Dynamic approach”, Sahyadri International Journal of Research, Vol-3, Issue-1, 

3. P Sasha Rai, K. Sunil Kumar, D. L. Prabhakara (2016) “Plane Stress Analysis of Layered Composite Plate subjected to varying in-plane patch load single crystals”, Sahyadri International Journal of Research, Vol-2, Issue-2,

4. Kavitha Shetty, Sunil Kumar K, (2018) "Steady State Vibration Analysis of Industrial Structures", International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing, August 2018, Volume 8, Issue no 8.

5. Shibin R. Nambiar, Sunil Kumar K. (2018) "Effect of Partially Replacing Meta-kaolin, fly-ash and Rice-husk ash on flexural strength of concrete" International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing, Volume 8, Issue no 6. 

6. Smilu Kalarikkal, Sunil Kumar K, (2018) “A comparative study of the ultimate pile load capacity for cohesive soil” International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing, Volume 8, Issue no 7

 

Ms. Kavyashree M P

International Journals:

No of International : 7

1."Wetland Mapping and Change Detection Using Remote Sensing and GIS".  ISSN 2321 3361 AT 2016 IJES

2.Mapping and characterization of wetlands using Remote Sensing And GIS Techniques  ", ISSN [ONLINE]: 2395-1052, IJSART - Volume 3 Issue 06 June-2017

3."Feasibility of Eggshell Powder and Lime Stabilized Black Cotton Soil as Sub Grade Material for Road Construction". ISSN [ONLINE]: 2395-1052, IJSART - Volume 2 Issue 8 –AUGUST 2016

4. "BLACK COTTON SOIL STABILIZATION USING EGGSHELL POWDER AND LIME", ISSN [ONLINE]: 2395-1052, IJSART - Volume 2 Issue 10 –October 2016.

5. "Experimental Study on Eco-Friendly Concrete with Fly Ash and Waste Glass" , ISSN 2321 3361 , IJESC -Volume 8 Issue 06 June-2018.

6.  "Manufacture of Bricks using Laterite Quarry Dust and Melted Plastic" , ISSN 2321 3361 , IJESC -Volume 8 Issue 05 May-2018.

 

 

Mr. Manohar K

International Journals:

No of International : 7

1. Manohar K. (2014) “Analysis on Seismic Performance of Highrise Building by Changing the Location of Shear Wall For Different Soil Condition” International Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and Development, Issue 4, Vol.4, PP.234-245.

2.Deepthishree, Manohar K., Dr. Premanand Shenoy (2016) “Automated Non-Linear Analysis of Structures Using Visual Basic 6.0” International Journal for Science and Advance Research in Technology, issue 8, volume 2, pp.106-109.

3.Santhosh H.P, Harsha M.S, Manohar K. and Pradeepa B.B (2017) “Seismic Isolation of RC Framed Structure with and without Infills” International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology (IJCIET), Volume 8, Issue 2, pp. 316–32

4.Sindhu P., Manohar K. (2017) “Analytical Study on RC Framed Structures on effect of Performance of Different types of Piles in Seismic Region” International Journal of Engineering Research & Science (IJOER), Vol-3, Issue-7, pp 81-89.

5.Thanuja D., Manohar K. (2017) “A Study on Seismic Response of an Irregular Structure with Different Angle of Incidence” International Journal of Engineering Research & Science (IJOER), Vol-3, Issue-7, pp 90-95.

6. Abilash H., Manohar K. (2018) “Comparative Study on Strength of Concrete by Replacing Fine Aggregate With Sea Sand” International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing, Volume 8 Issue No 6

7.  Tousif G., Manohar K. (2018) “Analysis of Multistorey Building with Steel Plate Shear Wall Using Cype and ETABS Software” International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing, Volume 8 Issue No 7, July

 

 

Ms. Smitha

International Journals:

No of International : 8

1. Smitha, Dr. Umeshchandra H.G, Dr. H Gangadhara Bhat (2016). “A Study on Effect of Coastal Erosion in Dakshina Kannada using Remote Sensing Technique.” IJSART, Vol. 2, Issue 09.

2. Smitha, Veekshith (2016). “Optimim location of lift core walls in Rc framed buildings under different seismic zones.” IJSART. Vol. 2, Issue 07.

3. Smitha, Anveeth S Mallya, Rohith (2016). “An Experimental investigation on evaluation of strength properties of flyash based geopolymer concrete with GGBS.” IJSART, Vol. 2, Issue 08.

4. Smitha, Kencharaj (2016). “A study on effect of soft storey and weak storey in RC framed buildings under different seismic zones.” IJSART, Vol 2, Issue 07.

5. Smitha, Sudharma, Subramanya R. M. (2017). “A study on behavior of symmetrical I shaped column using interaction diagram.” IJIRSET, Vol. 6, Issue 07.

6. Smitha, Praveen Biradar (2018). “Experimental study and strength properties of light weight self-compacting concrete (LWSCC).” IJSRD, Vol. 6, Issue 04.

7. Smitha, Sahan A, Vachan S, Sumanth Shetty, Vaishnavi (2018). Experimental investigation on strength characteristics of ferro-cement with and without using fibres. IRJET, Vol. 5, Issue 06.

8. Smitha, Madhav P (2018). “Evaluation of soil - foundation - structure interaction effects on seismic response demands of multi storey SMRF by time history analysis.” IJESC, Vol. 5, Issue 07.

 

Mrs. Deepthishree S Aithal

International Journals:

No of International : 8

1. Deepthishree S A, Mr.Manohar K, Dr.Premanand Shenoy, “Automated Non-Linear Analysis of Structures using Visual Basic 6.0”,  International Journal for Science and Advanced Research in Technology, Vol.02, Issue 08, August 2016. ISSN [ONLINE]:2395-1052.

2. Sahana H D, Deepthishree S A,  Rajendra Rao Kalbhavi, "Experimental investigation on Ferrocement with and without using fibres, “ International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology”, Vol 3,Issue 4, July-Aug 2017.

3. Ms. Prajna, Deepthishree S A, "Parametric Study of multi storey building for blast loads”, International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology”, Vol 3, Issue 4, July-Aug 2017.

4. Denet Priya Mascarenhas, Deepthishree S A, "Study on Diagrid Structures with various aspect ratio under the action of wind.”, International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology”, Vol 3, Issue 4, July-Aug 2017.

5. Nisarga M S, Deepthishree S A, Avinash Gornale "Genearation of Site specific response spectrum curve", International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing, Vol 8 , Issue 6, August 2018.

6. Nithin B H, Deepthishree S A, Dr Premanand Shenoy, "Finite Element Analysis of Cracks", International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing, Vol 8, Issue 6, August 2018.

7. Rudramuni K M, Deepthishree S A, Vinay K, "Dynamic Analysis of A Steel Structure for Horizontal and Vertical Loading With and Without Dampers", International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing, Vol 8, Issue 6, August 2018

8. Harshith M, Shubha D K, Deepthishree S A, "Experimental Study on Strength Properties of Flyash Based Geopolymer Light Weight Aggregate Concrete", International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing, Vol 8, Issue 6, August 2018.

 

Mr. Gireesh Mailar

International Journals:

No of International : 2

1.        Gireesh mailar, Sujay R N, Shreedhar B M, Manu D S, Parameshwar (2016). Investigation of aluminum dross concrete for hot weather conditions, journal of building engineering (ELSEVIER)

 

2.        Gireesh Mailar, N. Sujay Raghavendra, Parameshwar Hiremath, B. M. Sreedhara & D. S. Manu (2017) Sustainable utilization of discarded foundry sand and crushed brick masonry aggregate in the production of lightweight concrete, Engineering Structures and Technologies, 9:1, 52-61, DOI: 10.3846/2029882X.2017.1279987 (Taylor and Francis)

3. Giressh Mailar, R. Jayram, Chetankumar. N T(2018)"one step towards swachh Bharath" international journal for science and advance research in technology, Vol(4), 1-5

 

 

Ms. Ramya K

International Journals:

No of International : 4

1. Ramya K, Supreeth H. K. (2016). “Seismic Vulnerability Study on RC Bare Frames Using Non Linear Static Analysis” IJSART, Vol. 2, Issue 08.

2. Ramya K, Preethi R. (2017), “Seismic Analysis of Medium Rise Multi-Storey RCC Frame with and without Vertical Irregularity” IJSRD, Vol.5, Issue 08.

3. Ramya K, Kavyashree, Subrahmanya R M, Shanmukha Shetty, Dr. B G Nareshkumar (2018), “Developing of an equivalent rectangular column for an L-shaped RC column having similar ultimate load moment characteristics.” IRJET, Vol.5, Issue 08

4. Ramya K, Megha S. Mahaldkar (2019) “Analysis of Multi-storey RC building Subjected to blast load using time history method” IJISRT, Vol.04, Issue 06.

 

Ms Navyashree B R

International Journals:

No of International : 6

1. Navyashree B R, Karuna S, “Comparitive Study Of Regular And Irregular Steel Braced Frame Structure”, International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing, Vol. 06, Issue 06, June 2016. ISSN: 2250-1371.

2. Manjunatha S, Navyashree B R, “Optimization of Geometric Shapes of Gravity Dam using Staad Pro.”, International Journal for Scientific Research and Development, Vol. 05, Issue 06, August 2017. ISSN [Online]: 2321 0613.

3. Md. Ziya Ul Haq, Navyashree B R, “Comparative Study on Behavior of Flat Plate Resting on Shear Wall by Considering Plan Irregularities and SSI.”, International Journal of    Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol. 06, Issue 08, August 2017. ISSN [Online]: 2319-8753.

4. Lijin K V, Navyashree B R, “Analysis of Effect of Temperature Gradient in Response of Steel Storage Tank using SAP.”, International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing, Vol. 08, Issue 06, June 2018. ISSN [Online]: 2321 3361

5. Chiranth Bore, Navyashree B R, “Dynamic Analysis of Turbo Generator Frame Foundation”, International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing, Vol. 08, Issue 08, June 2018. ISSN [Online]: 2321 3361

6. Sharanya R, Anand Bhat, Navyashree B R, "Study on Geotechnical Investigation and Tests on Pile", International Journal of Research in Engineering, Science and Management, Vol. 2, Issue 8, August 2019. ISSN [Online]: 2581-5792

 

Mr. AnilKumar N S

International Journals:

No of International : 4

1.Anilkumar, N. S, Nagarajappa. D. P. and Chethan. S. G .(2017). Treatment of Biodiesel Washed Wastewater. International Journal of Research in Engineering, IT and Social Sciences (IJREISS), ISSN-2250-0588, Volume-7, Issue-8, page 13-16.

2.Anilkumar, N. S, Adithya Vijay, Mohammed Faheem, Arun M Baby and Mohammed Akeeb Ali (2018). Analysis and Design of Mobile Tower using ETABS. International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing (IJESC), ISSN 2321 3361, Volume-8, Issue-6.

3.Anilkumar, N. S, Milan H.M, Rachel Sequeira, Akhil A, and Lalkrishna (2018). Use of Agricultural Waste Products in Concrete. International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing (IJESC), ISSN 2321 3361, Volume-8, Issue-6.

4.Anilkumar, N. S, Dalia Elizabeth, Parayil Mithula Prakash, Vinson Daniel D’Almeida, and Yajnesha (2019). An Innovative Approach for the Design of Asp with Different Treatment Modifications. International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing (IJESC), ISSN 2321 3361, Volume 9 Issue No.8.

 

Ms. Vijayalaxmi Kedilaya B

International Journals:

No of International : 1

1. Vijayalaxmi Kedilaya B, Shreelaxmi Prasanth and Anil Hegde, (2018) “Structural Stability of Large Span Free form Shell Structure by Finite Element Method”, International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology, 9(6), pp.287–293.

 

Ms. Pooja K

International Journals:

No of International : 2

 

1. Pooja K., Sowmya S. M. (2018) “A Study on Heating and Cooling Regimes of Concrete at Elevated Temperature under different duration of Exposure” International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), Volume-5, Issue-6, Impact factor: 6.171, P-ISSN 2395-0072.

2. Rajmunni Hombal, Shwetha L G, Pooja K, Rathishchandra R Gatti,(2018) “ Useful Application of Plastic Waste in Composite Brick Manufacturing” Sahyadri International Journal of Research [SJIR], Vol-4, Issue-1.

 

 

 

Mr. Blesson S

International Journals:

No of International : 1

1.      Blesson S, Ashish Ashok, Arha Raghavan, Divya P Gunagi, Gautham Jeppu and Rashmishree KN (2016). Production of Biogas Using Kitchen Waste. International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology. Vol. 05, Issue 06 pISSN: 2321-7308, pp.304-308.

 

Conference

Dr. D L Prabhakara

National Conference

No of National Conference: 19

  1. The stability of modified beck’s column with a tip support for varying degree of non-conservativeness,35th Congress of ISTAM. 1990
  2. Buckling and dynamic behaviour of rectangular plates with localised flaw. Proceedings of 38th Congress of Indian Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, 1993.
  3. Buckling and vibration of square plates with centrally located rectangular slots subjected to in-plane edge loading (tension or compression) NAEC -93,1993
  4. Studies on the mechanism of migration of pollutants in the unsaturated soil zone through column experiments. National Conference of Water Resources Development and Management, Feb9-10, 2002, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra. 2002
  5. Flutter Stability Analysis of fluid conveying cantilever pipes with intermediate elastic supportsNational Conference and Exhibition on “Civil Engineering : Meeting the challenges of Tomorrow (CMCET-2006) 2006
  6. Civil Engineering – A challengeNational Conference and Exhibition on “Civil Engineering: Meeting the challenges of Tomorrow (CMCET-2006) 2006
  7. International conference on smart materials structure and system, ISSS – 2002 , July

17-19,2002 Bangalore2002.

  1. Cognition and recognition of numarals using hermite curvesPublished in the Proceedings of Second National Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition , Mandya, JULY-2003.
  2. "Touchable computer generated objects based on scientific visualization and cost effective haptic device "National Conference on Signal Processing Intelligent and Networking at MSRIT, Bangalore, 4-5,  DEC 2003.
  3. Buckling and vibration behaviour of doubly curved panels subjected to non-uniform biaxial loading (compression/tension) Wave Mechanics and Vibration (WMVC-2003) at Jalpaiguri,2003.
  4. Dynamic instability characteristics of laminated angle-ply plates subjected to intermediate partial follower edge loadETSMC-2003 at NIT, Rourkela.2003
  5. Dynamic instability characteristics of rectangular plates subjected to intermediate partial follower edge loadSEC-2003 at IIT Kharagpur, 2003
  6. "System design for deformable modelling "National Conference on Control, Communication and Information System-2004 at Goa College of Engineering, Goa, 22-24, JAN-2004.
  7. Flutter analysis of composite plate with crack National Conference on Composite Component Construction , Kakinada, SEP-2005
  8. Flutter Instability Analysis of Tuned Cantilever Pipe Conveying Fluid National Conference on Composite Component Construction , Kakinada, SEP-2005
  9. Dynamic Instability Analysis of Cantilever Column with Damage National Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering, (AIME – 2006)Jan.20-21,2006
  10. Dynamic Instability Analysis of Cantilever Under Distributed Follower LoadNational conference – XIV NASAS,Fatigue, Fracture and ageing StructuresVNIT, NAGPUR, PP 237-246, 30-31 Jan 2006,
  11. Effect of Density of Fluid on Flutter Instability of Tuned Cantilever Pipe Conveying Fluid National conference – XIV NASAS,Fatigue, Fracture and ageing StructuresVNIT, NAGPUR, PP 228-236, 30-31 Jan 2006, 2006
  12. Static and Dynamic instability Behaviour of Laminated Composite Panels Subjected to Follower Edge CoupleNational conference – XIV NASAS,Fatigue, Fracture and ageing StructuresVNIT, NAGPUR, PP 201-208, 30-31 Jan 2006,2006.
 

Dr. Nalini Elizabeth Rebello

National Conference

No of National Conference: 1

1. Vedala Rama Sastry, Nalini, R. and Shivashankar, R. (2013). “A Study on surface displacements due to phase-wise excavations with varying tunnel widths.” Proceedings of National Conference on New Horizons in Civil Engineering, Manipal. pp. 316-326.

 

Mr. Sunil Kumar K

National Conference

No of National Conference: 1

1. P Sasha Rai, K. Sunil Kumar (2016) "Torsional Effect Consideration in the earthquake Analysis of Asymmetric Building" National Conference on Advanced Techniques in Civil Engineering and Sustainable Development, MITE Moodabidri

 

Mr. Manohar K

National Conference

No of National Conference: 1

National conference @ Madhwa College of Engineering, Udupi (GIS and its application)

 

Mr. Gireesh Mailar

National Conference

No of National Conference: 1

Gireesh mailar, Mallesh M, Sujay R N, Shreedhar B M. (2014).'Modelling the seismic response of buried Hume pipe using FEA. in : ACDIC- 2014, NITK Surathkal, pp. 634-656

 

Ms Navyashree B R

National Conference

No of National Conference: 1

18th Indian Plumbing Conference held in 2014.

 

Dr. D L Prabhakara

International Conference

No of International Conference: 13

  1. Buckling and vibration of rectangular plates with localised flaw.Proceedings of the 14th Canadian Congress of Applied Mechanics, CANCAM-93. 1993
  2. “Tensile buckling and vibration behaviour of curved panels "2nd International Conference on Structural Stability and Dynamics. December 16-18, 2002, at Singapore, 2002.
  3. Buckling behaviour of curved panels subjected to biaxial concentrated and patch loading.Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Structural Stability and Dynamics, December 16-18, 2002, Singapore, 2002.
  4. Tension buckling behaviour of laminated composite subjected to non-uniform biaxial loading.International Seminar, Aerounautical Society of India, Kolkata, India. Jan.2003.
  5. E-touch : virtual reality applications in computer haptics A Tutorial at Int. Conf. on Software Agents at BIET, Davanagere in Collaboration with VTU Belgaum,N0. 20, Sept 2003.
  6. Digital-touch : system design for computer haptics  Conf. on Software Agents at BIET, Davanagere in Collaboration with VTU Belgaum, Sept, 2003.
  7. "Collision detection technique for virtual reality applications " Conf. on Software Agents at BIET, Davanagere in Collaboration with VTU Belgaum, Sept, 2003.
  8. "Openmosix cluster for high speed computations: issues and solutions "Int. Conf. on Software Agents at BIET, Davanagere in Collaboration with VTU Belgaum, Sept 2003.
  9. “Buckling behaviour of laminated composite cylindrical curved panel subjected to biaxial non-uniform edge loading” 54th AGM & International Seminar –cum Exhibition, Jan 21-22, 2003, at Kolkata,2003.
  10. Dynamic instability characteristics of laminated composite plates subjected to intermediate partial follower edge load INCCOM-2 & XII NASAS at IISc Bangalore, 2003.
  11. "Virtual reality and haptic technology"A Tutorial Communicated to International  Conference on Systemics, Cybernitics and Informatics of Pentagram Research Centre ,Feb 12-15th 2004,Hyderabad,India,2004.
  12. "Architecture of touch-mouse for computer haptics"Communicated to International  Conference on Systemics, Cybernitics and Informatics of Pentagram Research Centre ,Feb 12-15th 2004,Hyderabad,India,2004.
  13. Scientific visualisation of flutter and computation haptics for flexible fluid pipe along with animation of flow pattern International conference on human machine interfaces (ICHMI), 2004.
 

Dr. Nalini Elizabeth Rebello

International Conference

No of International Conference: 3

1. Nalini Rebello, Apoorva K V and R Shivashankar (2017) “Effect of Geosynthetics on Reduction of Displacement and Acceleration Induced Due to Vibrations in the Presence and Absence of Tunnels”, International Conference on Geotechniques for Infrastructure Projects GIP-207, 27-28th 2017

2. R. Shivashankar, V. R. Sastry and Nalini Rebello (2015). “Tunnel-Soil-Structure Interaction with Blast Loads of Varying Intensities”, Proceedings of the International Conference on Geotechnical Engineering, ICGE-Colombo,10-11 August, pp.495-498.

 

3. Nalini Rebello, V. R. Sastry, R. Shivashankar. (2014). “Effect of Varying Building Stories in the Presence of a Tunnel on Blast induced Velocities and Displacements. Proceedings of International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering”, N.M.A.M.I.T, Nitte, pp.3-7.

 

Dr Premanand Shenoy

International Conference

No of International Conference: 4

1. Premanand Shenoy and Mahadevappa P (1988). “Investigation of the Behavior of Double Layer Grids.” Special Issue on Symposium Innovative applications of Shells and Spatial Forms Vol. II, International Association for Shells and Spatial Structures.

2. Premanand Shenoy, K S Babunarayan and Katta Venkataramana (2015). “Structure Optimization Using Perfect Nodal Position Search Method.” 4th International. Symposium. -IES 2015, March 4-6, Kumamoto University, Japan.

3. Premanand Shenoy, K S Babunarayan and Katta Venkataramana (2015). “Structure Optimization by Successive Correction to Nodal Positions.” Special issue on Proceedings of International Conference on Emerging Trends in Mechanical Engineering. 3-11 September, Toc H Institute of Science & Technology, Cochin.

4. Harshavardhan, BHV Pai and Premanand Shenoy (2016) “Parametric Study on Fundamental Natural Frequency of Moment Resisting Structure.” International Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Materials, held in Jaipur, India.

 

Ms. Kavyashree M P

International Conference

No of International Conference: 1

International conference & exibition on water, waste water & isotope hydrology, UVCE Bangalore, on “wetland mapping and change detection using remote sensing and gis”

 

Ms. Smitha

International Conference

No of International Conference: 2

1. Smitha, Navya Rai D, Subramanya R.M. (2018). “A Comparative Study on Load Moment Interaction Diagrams for L Shaped RC Columns with that of Circular Columns.” Special issue in the proceedings of International conference on Topical Transcends in Science, Technology & Management, 16-18August.

2. Smitha, Preetham Ganesh, Subramanya R. M. (2019). “Experimental Investigations on RCC and PSC Beams.” Special issue in the proceedings of National Conference on Advances in Science, Engineering and Management, 23-24 August.

 

Ms. Vijayalaxmi Kedilaya B

International Conference

No of International Conference: 2

1. Vijayalaxmi Kedilaya " Can Geopolymer concrete replace the conventional concrete? - State of the art" at International Conference on Sustainable1. Construction and Building Material at National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal 

2. Vijayalaxmi Kedilaya, Shreelaxmi Prashanth, Anil Hegde, " Stability Analysis of Freeform Shell Structures on Blast Loading", 2nd International Conference on Recent Research Emerging Trends in Mechanical & Civil Engineering (ICRRETMCE-2018)

 

Ms. Krutika M Hurgi

International Conference

No of International Conference: 1

1. Krutika M. Huragi, Sreenivasa V., Madhav M. P. (2019). “Redesign of Palace Road Bengaluru as per Tender SURE Guidelines”, Proceedings of the International Conference on Innovative Trends in Civil Engineering for Sustainable Development, NIT-Warangal, 13-15 September

 

Mr. Blesson S

International Conference

No of International Conference: 1

1.      Blesson S, Pushparaj A Naik, Satoshi Soda (2019) “Removal of Heavy Metals from Synthetic Mine Drainage in Lab-Scale Constructed Wetlands”, International Confrence on Civil Engineering Trends and Challenges for Sustainability (CTCS 2019), NMAMIT, Nitte. 

 

Workshop/Seminars Of Civil Engineering

Dr. D L Prabhakara

Department of civil & Engineering and Prof. Janardhana D. R., Department of Information Science & Engineering attended a Symposium-Cum-Workshop on `IT Innovations for Smart Cities’ in IIIT-Allahabad. Automation and Embedded Software Engineering, IoT (Internet of Things), Cloud Computing, Service Oriented Architectures, Wireless Sensor Networks, Predictive mechanisms and Recommender Systems, Big Data Analytics, Inclusive Technologies were the topics covered during this mega event. This Symposium-Cum-Workshop highlighted that "A Smart City uses Information Technology to enhance performance and wellbeing, to reduce costs and resource consumption and to engage more effectively and actively with its citizens. There is world-wide interest in Smart Cities and the Govt. of India has announced the formation of around 100 smart cities to be developed in the future. The European Union (EU) has devoted constant efforts to devise a strategy for achieving 'smart' urban growth for its metropolitan city-regions as the intricacies especially in view of I.T. innovations are higher.

Dr. Nalini Elizabeth Rebello

1. Two Day Workshop on " Applications of Remote Sensing and GIS in Civil Engineering" , A.J. Institute of Engineering and Technology, Mangalore, from 3rd and 4th May 2018.

2.Two Day Workshop on “Practical Approach to Recent Advancements in Civil Engineering and Sustainable Development, NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte, from 12th and 13th January 2017.

3.Two Day DFI-NITK Workshop on “Recent Trends in Piling and Ground Improvement”, 5, NITK, Surathkal, from 31st July-1st August 2015.

4. Two Day National Seminar on “Explosives & Blasting Techniques for Mining, Quarrying & Infrastructure Industry”, NITK, Surathkal, from 27-28 Sept 2013.

5.wo Day Workshop on "Ground Improvement Techniques" conducted by Department of Civil Engineering, N.M.A.M.I.T, Nitte, from 27- 28 February 2009.

6.  AICTE sponsored Two weeks Staff Development Program (SDP) “Induction Training for Teachers in Engineering Education”, KREC,  from 14th August to 2nd September 2000.

Dr Premanand Shenoy

Summer / Winter Schools/ Trainings Attended
1. Supervisory Development Programme in 1984
2. Certificate course in Computer Programming in 1985
3. A 4- Week training in FEDO, Cochin in Industrial Training in 1987.
4. Resource personnel in 15 days Extension Courses on Computer Applications in Civil Engineering in 1988, Structural Engineering 1989
5. ISTE- Winter School on Innovative Applications of Steel in the Construction of Industrial Structures, 1993
6. ISTE-Winter School on Environmental Impact Assessment of Transportation Systems, KREC, 1994
7. ISTE- Summer School on Recent Developments and Advances in Database Systems, 1995
8. Seminar on Foundations for Multi-Storeyed Buildings , 1997
9. A 4 Weeks Hands-on Intensive Course on Internet, Intranet and Programming , 1998.
10. NITK-INSDAG- Awareness Programme on Steel-Concrete Composite Construction 2004
11. Structural Engineers World Congress , 2007
12. International Colloquium on Architecture-Structure Interaction for Sustainable Built Environment 2010

Mr. Jayaram

1 . Participated in a two week ISTE workshop on 'Fluid Mechanics' conducted by I I T ,Kharagpur from 20th to 30th May 2014

2 . Participated in the two day DFI- NITK Workshop on recent trends in piling and ground improvement sponsored by NITK on 31st July and 1st August 2015

Mr. Sunil Kumar K

  1. Computational Mechanics
  2. Development and Application of Bamboo in Construction and Energy sectors.
  3. National Workshop-Civil Engineering Challenges in 21st Century (CEC21-2014)

Ms. Kavyashree M P

1.GIAN Course on"SUSTAINABLE ROADWAYS – DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE scheduled to be held at SRI JAYACHAMARAJENDRA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING from 23rd July to 03rd Aug, 2018.

Mr. Supreeth Prabhu N.

Gian Courses on "Design of Concrete Structures Reinforced with the Fiber Reinforced Polymer Bars" on 29th July - 2 August 2019, NITK, Surathkal

Mr. Manohar K

 

1. * OFFSHORE ENGINEERING AND OPPORTUNITIES” 12th Nov, 2014. @ Sahyadri college of Engineering and Management

2. * FE-Designs about CYPE Software (Bangalore), Attended FDP on "CYPE Software and its Application in Civil engineering" organized by Department of Civil Engineering. SCEM Managluru.

RI* RIMSE-Ramakrishna Institute of Moral and Spiritual Education (1st  to 4th March 2018)

*  “World Environment Day – 2019: workshop on Air Pollution & Its Impact on Climate Change” 28th & 29th June 2019 – in association with KSPCB.

 

 

Mrs. Deepthishree S Aithal

Attended Workshop on " New Model Curriculum for First year B.E/ B.Tech CBCS detailed syllabus ( 2018-2019) as per outcome based education format including Course Outcomes and Bloom's Taxonomy" held @ SCEM, Mangaluru.

 

Ms. Ramya K

Participated in a one day workshop on “Offshore Engineering and Opportunities” on November 2014 at Sahyadri College of Engineering And Management, Mangalore.

Participated in a four day faculty development program “FEEL Teacher”on July 2015 at Sahyadri College of Engineering And Management, Mangalore in association with HRM Institute of Training, Mangalore.

Participated in a four day faculty development program on “Holistic View to Construction Practices,” on July 2015 at Sahyadri College of Engineering And Management, Mangalore.

Ms Navyashree B R

1.One of the member in organizing committee of two days workshop on "Eco friendly Products and Practices" at Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management on April 2018.

2. Attended the workshop on "New Model Curriculum for First Year B.E/B.Tech-CBCS Detailed Syllabus (2018-19) as per Outcome Based Education (OBE) format including Course Outcome (CO) and Blooms Taxonomy" held on May 2018 at Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management

 3. Participated in Seminar on "Intellectual Property Rights: Significance in Business and Research" at Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management on October 2018.

Mr. AnilKumar N S

1.      Two days State level workshop on “Water Conservation in Agriculture” by Civil Engineering department at M.I.T Manipal on December 9th and 10th 2017.

2.      One day workshop on “Intellectual Property Rights: Significance in Business and Research” in association with KSCST and VTPC, Karnataka organized by Sahyadri college of Engineering and Management on 6th October 2018.

3.      Guided and accompanied the students to participate in National level quiz competition conducted by Divecha Centre for Climate Change Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru on September 14th 2017.

4.      Workshop on “New Model Curriculum for First year BE/B.Tech- CBCS Detailed Syllabus (2018-19) as per Outcome Based Education (OBE) format including Course Outcomes (CO) and Bloom’s Taxonomy”, under TEQIP-1.3 organized by Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi on 19th May 2018.

5.      Three Days Workshop on “Value Education course for Teachers” by Ramakrishna Institute of Moral and Spiritual Education (RIMSE), Mysore on 17th January 2018 to 20th January 2018.

6.      One day workshop on “Modern Approach for Effective Management of Municipal Solid Waste”, held at Bapuji Institute of Engineering and Technology, Davanagere.

Project and Exhibitions Of Civil Engineering

Dr. D L Prabhakara

Department of civil & Engineering, will coordinate grant awarded for ‘ Karnataka Fund for Infrastructure Strengthening in Science and Technology in Higher Educational Institutions (K-Fist) – (Level – I)’ scheme. K-FIST scheme is to provide financial support to higher educational institutions 

Mr. Sunil Kumar K

  1. Vibration, Static and Flutter Stability Analyses of Composite Plates in MAT Lab
  2. Study and Qualitative Analysis of Underground drainage system of Sullia Town

Projects Guided

B.E Level

  •  Comparitive Study of Properties of M-Sand Available from Different Quaries in Around Dakshina Kannada.
  • Stabilization Of Black Cotton Soil Using The Mixture Of Terrazyme And Flyash
  • Decoupling of Mass and Stiffness Matrix of a Multi-Storey Building.
  • Advanced Stabilisation of Black Cotton Soil Using Terrazymeand Flyash with Varying Proportions.
  • Advanced Stabilization of Black Cotton Soil Using Lime and Terrazyme in Various Proportions.
  • Replacement of Coarse Aggregate In Concrete by Construction and Demolition Waste.
  • Strength Testing of Concrete by Replacement of Coarse Aggregates with Laterite and Cement with Flyash
  • Defluoridation of Drinking Water by Adsorption Process
  • Analysis and Design of G+6 Regular Residential Building Using E-Tabs

P. G. Level

  • Effect Of Boundary Conditions, Ply Orientation, Aspect Ratio And Modular Ratio On Free Vibration Of FRP Composite Panels
  • Flutter Instability of Composite Panels.
  • Effect of Partial Edge Load, Ply Layer and Aspect Ratio on Stability of Simply Supported FRP Composite Panel Through Dynamic Approach
  • Effect of Edge Patch Load, Ply Orientation and Aspect ratio on Flutter Instability of Cantilever FRP Composite Panels
  • Seismic Analysis of Industrial Structure Using Floor Response Spectrum Method.
  •    Effects of Meta-Kaolin, Fly-Ash and Rice-Husk Ash on Mechanical Properties of Concrete.
  • A Comparative Study of the Ultimate Pile load Capacity Calculation Methods based on Various Approaches
  • Behavior of HVFAC Concrete by replacing sand by copper slag in addition to glass fibers
  • Steady State Vibration Analysis of Industrial Structures

Mr. Gireesh Mailar

·         Guided many final year BE projects and Sahyadri Project Schemes for Students (SPSS). Won first prize for the project one step towards swachh bharath (construction of low cost toilet)

Ms Navyashree B R

* Structure on water- A science of Buoyancy

 Comparative study of regular and irregular steel braced frame structure using pushover analysis


Mr. AnilKumar N S

Projects Guided (Beyond cademic) 

Project Title

Year

Treatment And Testing Of Bio Diesel Washed Water

2017

Analysis And Design Of Zero Waste Treatment Of Grey Water

2018

Occupational Health And Safety Management System  Model For Different Construction Industries

2018

Roof Rain Water Harvesting For Sahyadri College Of Engineering

2018

Sustainable Buildings

2018

Waste Optimization For Sahyadri Campus

2019

Designing An Economical Filter For Kitchen Wastewater Treatment

2019

Economical Wastewater Treatment and Recycling

2019

Electrochemical Treatment of Refinery Wastewater

2019

Club Activities Of Civil Engineering

SPACE - 2015

The Valedictory function of SPACE (Sahyadri Pupil Association of Civil Engineering); the student association of the Department of Civil and a farewell for the outgoing students of the civil engineering department was held in the Campus. Prof. Umesh S. S., Head of the Department and the Guest of Honour of the function, addressed the outgoing students about life after graduation and wished them well for the future. Prof. Purushotham C.T., Department of Civil Engineering, gave an analogy about civil engineering and on how an engineer analyzes and designs the structures. He also spoke about work ethics to the students. Ms. Rashmishree K. N., Student Co-ordinator gave a report of the activities of SPACE for the year 2014-15. The achievers in academic, sports and cultural were felicitated with achievement awards and a group of eleven students were specially awarded for their excellent involvement in the various departmental events. The students shared their memorable experience of their four years spent in Sahyadri, the Survey Camp they attended, about the class and the fun moments that they shared with each other.

SPACE - 2014

SPACE (Sahyadri Pupils Association of Civil Engineering) held its Valedictory and Farewell for the Second batch of outgoing students of the Department. Dr. Mohandas Bhat, Dean Academics, the Chief Guest, advised the students to become role models for the future revolution in civil engineering.
Dr. A. J. Antony, Vice-Principal, in his presidential address, said that the students should create joyful environment in future work and enjoy every experience of life and also wished them a bright future. Dr. H. M. Rajashekara Swamy, Professor and Head of the Department and President of SPACE, extended his good wishes to the outgoing students and suggested students to keep positive mind in every difficulties. On this occasion, outgoing students shared their experiences being in Sahyadri. The achievers of academic and extra-curricular activities were felicitated. Mr. Ashraf K., SPACE Staff Adviser, provided a report of the activities of the year 2013 -14. A cultural program and games entertained the gathering after the formal function.

SPACE - 2013

SPACE (Sahyadri Pupils Association of Civil Engineering) was inaugurated by Dr. Radhakrishnan, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, NMAMIT, Nitte. The new office bearers for the academic year 2013-14 were elected. The staff coordinator, Mr. C. Prasanna Kumar gave an overview of the activities of the Association planned for the academic year. 

Dr. Radhakrishnan, the Chief Guest, delivered a technical talk on “GIS and Remote Sensing.” He spoke about the importance of GIS and Remote Sensing in advanced surveying. He stressed on the importance of GIS in daily life and geomatic application in the field of Civil Engineering.

Dr. U. M. Bhushi, Principal, gave motivational guidelines to the students and wished them the best in the coming events to be conducted by SPACE. The HoD’s of various departments were present on the occasion.

Meritorious students, sports and cultural achievers, and VTU toppers were honoured with a certificate and a gift voucher by the Chief Guest. The students showcased their talents through a cultural program. 

SPACE - 2012

“SPACE”, Sahyadri Pupils Association of Civil Engineering, held its Valedictory and Farewell for the first batch of outgoing students of the Department. Dr. D. L. Prabhakara, the Chief Guest, advised the students to become brand ambassadors wherever they went. Dr. Umesh M. Bhushi, Principal, in his presidential address, said that the students should enjoy each and every experience in life and also wished them a bright future. Dr. H. M. Rajashekara Swamy, Professor and Head of the Department, extended his good wishes to the outgoing students. On this occasion, outgoing students related their experiences in Sahyadri. The academic and extra-curricular achievers were felicitated. Smt. Nayana N. Patil, SPACE coordinator, provided a report of the activities of the year 2012-13. A cultural program entertained the gathering after the formal part of the function.

SPACE - 2011

The Inauguration of "SPACE- Sahyadri Pupils Association of Civil Engineering" was held on Tuesday 9th August 2011 at 10.30 a.m. Mr. N.R. Premananda Shenoy, Head & Consultant, Roy & Shenoy Group was the chief guest. He delivered a technical talk on Scope of civil engineering and Role of civil engineers in nation building. He also spoke about the theory and practice in civil engineering and career prospectus for upcoming civil engineers. The old office bearers of SPACE handed over their charges to the new office bearers.

Dr.U.M.Bhushi, Principal, Sahyadri College of Engineering & Management presided over the function. He wished the SPACE and asked the students to strive for a better future. This formal function was followed by the cultural events performed by the students of SPACE.

SPACE - 2010

Department of Civil Engineering organized the celebration of Engineers day and inauguration of SPACE, Sahyadri Pupils Association of Civil Engineering on 15th September 2010.

Dr. K.S. Babunarayan, Prof. NITK Surathkal inaugurated the function. In his inaugural address he glorified the life and achievement of sir M. Vishweshwarayya He opined that Vishweawarayya proved that the prosperity and growth of a village depends upon the growth and development of technology. Dr. D.L Prabhakara, Principal Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management presided over the function. In his presidential address he lauded on the values and life of Vishweawarayya. He called upon the students to have such a role model in their life. Miss Sasha Rai of third semester gave a panoramic picture of life and achievement of Vishweshwarayya.

Space, the association of Civil Engineering is one of the active associations of the college. Dr. K.S Babunarayan, who inaugurated the association spoke about the importance of association for the overall development of the students and asked students to take active part in all its activities. The office bearers for the academic year 2010-11 were recognized with a flower. Mr. Joyson Cutinha is the Vice president and Miss Sindhu S is the secretary for the year. The programme was coordinated under the guidance of Mr. Purushotham C.T, HOD of the department and the President of association. Mr. Sunil Kumar Rai, Staff co-ordinator read out the annual report and presented a preview of future plans of association.

Visits & Programs Of Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering Students Visit Bhandary Meridian

SAMSTHITA-2K15 - The Skill Expo by SAMCE and SPACE Associations The students of the final year civil engineering visited Bhandary Meridian, the construction site near Bejai, Mangalore and observed the reinforcement work being carried out at the project site as a part of their weekly internship program. The students interacted with the project engineer and collected information pertaining to their area of study.

Visit a Construction Site

Students of the final year of the Department of CivilEngineering visited 'Marian Park' near Kadri which is a construction site owned and being executed by Marian Projects Pvt. Ltd. The students gathered knowledge about scaffolding and form work and had fruitful and insightful interactions with the project manager Er. Anirudh Rao Katapadi and his team at the site.

Internship Programme for Final Year

Students of civil engineering visited a construction site in Mallikatte near Kadri as part of their internship program. Students interacted with the site engineer and gathered useful information especially giving more attention to building components and measurement.

Internship Program for Final Year Students

Department of Civil Engineering has organized an internship program for final year students. The main objective of this program is to upgrade the knowledge of fresh engineering graduates as per industry requirements and help them to get better job opportunities. The students are exposed to the various site aspects in industry due to which they can be easily absorbed by the companies without much training. Students are made to visit and observe the various sites and the activities going around.

On the first day students visited construction sites in and around Mangalore where they observed the excavation and foundation works.

SAMSTHITA-2K15 - The Skill Expo by SAMCE and SPACE Associations

SAMSTHITA-2K15 - The Skill Expo by SAMCE and SPACE Associations SAMSTHITA-2K15 - The Skill Expo by SAMCE and SPACE Associations








SAMSTHITA-2K15-The Skill Expo,” a technical fest was organized by Sahyadri Association of M.Tech. Civil Engineers(SAMCE) and Sahyadri Pupil Association of Civil Engineers (SPACE) for the academic year 2014-15. Mr. Vasudev Moorthy, Head, Tools Academy, Bengaluru, the Chief Guest of the function inaugurated the technical fest.

Dr. U. M. Bhushi, Principal presided over the function, Dean Academic Prof. Umashanker B. S. and the HoD of the department of Civil Engineering Prof. Umesh S. S., the faculty members and students were present for the formal inaugural function.

Following the formal inaugural function, Mr. Vasudev Moorthy gave a talk on “Concrete - An insight into the Wonderful World” in the first session. He spoke about the practical applications of cement and concrete. Giving some live examples, he made the session very interesting. Post-lunch, he addressed the topic “Special Concretes for Special Application” which was an interactive session.

Finishing School Programme for Civil Engineers Gains Momentum

Finishing School Programme for Civil Engineers Gains Momentum Finishing School Programme for Civil Engineers Gains Momentum








The ten-day Finishing School Programme for Civil Engineers on `Building Construction, Supervision and Management’, saw students acquiring knowledge and skills from veterans and experts in the field of civil engineering. Er. Premanandashenoy, Structural Consultant at Roy and Shenoy gave a presentation on “Entrepreneurship Opportunities in the Civil Engineering Field” and Dr. A. V. Pradeepkumar, Professor, JNN College of Engineering, Shivamoga, gave more insights on the subject. `Design and Construction of Concrete Foundations in Difficult Soils’, was a session engaged by Dr. B. M. Sunil, with Er. M. M. Kamath throwing light on legal issues through the topic `Disputes in Contract Management.’

Finishing School Programme for Civil Engineers Gains Momentum Students spent a whole day understanding the importance of concrete mix design from an Ultratech Cement Consultant Er. Nageshputtaswamy. On the succeeding days, presentations and talks on topics such as “Types of Cement & Cement Manufacturing Process” by Mr. Anil K. Pillai, Deputy General Manager –Technical, Ramco Cement, “Next Generation Concrete” by Mr. Nagesh Puttaswamy Regional Head, Technical Services, , Ultratech Cement Ltd., Dr. K. S. Babunarayan, Professor, NITK-S on “Case Studies Of Failures In Construction”, and “Form Work and Scaffolding Design” by Nagesh P.

Finishing School Programme for Civil Engineers Gets Off to a Flying Start

Finishing School Programme for Civil Engineers Gets Off to a Flying Start The ten-day Finishing School Programme `on Building Construction, Supervision and Management’ organized by the Department of Civil Engineering, Sahyadri College of Engineering & Management in association with Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi, Association of Consulting Civil Engineers (India), Mangaluru Center, Indian Concrete Institute, Mangaluru Center, Ramco, Ultratech Cements and CADD Centre at Sahyadri campus was inaugurated by the chief guest Prof. M. S. Shetty and Er. Ranganath Aithal, Chairman, ACCE (I), Mangaluru Centre and Er. Anil Baliga, the Guests of Honor.

The programme began with a presentation on the “Brief Survey of Advancement of Concrete Technology” by Prof. M. S. Shetty followed by a talk on “Purpose of Finishing School Programme” by Er. Premananda Shenoy, Chief Consultant & Managing Partner, Roy & Shenoy. Assistant Professor, Charline Stella Samuel spoke on “Aesthetics of Buildings” and Assistant Professor, Neelakshi Joshi on “Green Buildings.

Students Visit Ready Mix Concrete Plant

Students of civil engineering visited the Ready Mix Concrete plant in the Baikampady industrial area of Mangaluru as part of their internship program. They interacted with the site engineer Mr. Siddish Kamath and gathered useful information in their specific area of study.

World Water Day observed at Sahyadri Campus

World Water Day observed at Sahyadri Campus Department of Civil Engineering in association with District Legal Services Authority, Karnataka State Pollution Control Board observed the World Water Day at Sahyadri Campus. The programme was inaugurated by Sri. Mallanagouda, Senior Civil Judge & Member Secretary, District Legal Service Authority, Dakshina Kannada. Prof. M. S. Mohan Kumar, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore was the chief guest of the inaugural ceremony. Sri. Mallanagouda in his address, stressed on the importance of conserving water for the future generation. He emphasized on meticulous usage of water on a day to day basis which is vital for the overall development of the society. Prof. M.S. Mohan Kumar, in his key note address stressed on the various treatment processes which is adopted by the IISC, Bangalore to treat the sewage water and reuse it for miscellaneous purposes. Sri. Rajshekar Puranik, Environmental Officer, KSPCB, Mangaluru, briefed about the significance of World Water Day. Prof Purushothama C T, HOD (UG), welcomed the gathering. Dr. U. M. Bhushi, Principal, presided over the function. Dr. S Manjappa, Director – Research and Consultancy, Mr. R. Srinivas, Senior Manager (Environment), MRPL, Mr. Rashid, Member of Food Scientists Association, Mangalore were present for the inaugural ceremony. Mr. Jayaprakash, Engineer, KSPCB rendered the vote of thanks.

The formal function was followed by the technical sessions to Civil Engineering students. Prof. M.S. Mohan Kumar, delivered a theme speech. Dr. S Manjappa, delivered a technical talk on “Water for Food Energy and Health.” The third session was followed by “Industrial Waste Water Treatment & its Reuse.” The students interacted with the resource persons during the respective sessions.

An Article by Dr. Premanand Shenoy published in Higher Education Review Magazine

DrPremanandShenoy In the recently released issue of “The Higher Education Review Magazine” (Vol 5. Issue 11-4, December 21, 2017), an article titled “Student Internship Programme: Concept and Roles” by Dr. Premanand Shenoy, Department of Civil Engineering has been published. The Chief Editor of the magazine has appreciated his participation in the present issue and has expressed their interest to work with him for their upcoming issues too.
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Link to view the article
https://www.thehighereducationreview.com/magazines/university-of-the-year-special-december-2017

Civil Faculty register for Ph.D under the supervision of Dr. Premanand Shenoy

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Prof. Sunil Kumar
Prof. Deepthishree
Prof. Smitha
Prof. Shishira Krishna
Dr. Premanand Shenoy

Prof. Sunil Kumar K, HOD, Department of Civil Engineering, Prof. Deepthishree & Prof. Smitha, Dept. of Civil Engineering of the institution and Prof. Shishira Krishna, Department of Civil Engineering, VCET, Puttur registered for Ph.D under the supervision of Dr. Premanand Shenoy, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering affiliated to VTU, Belagavi. Prof. Sunil Kumar K & Prof. Shishir Krishna are also being guided by Dr. D L Prabhakara, Director of Sahyadri and Dr. Rajanna T, Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, BMS College of Engineering, Bengaluru. The above said candidates have received permission from VTU to carry out their research work at Sahyadri Centre for research. Their respective areas of research include

Candidate Area of Research
Prof. Sunil Kumar K Effect of Piezo patches on Vibration, Buckling and Flutter Behaviour of Shell Panel with Cutouts Subjected to Non uniform Loading Condition.
Prof. Deepthishree Experimental Investigation on Corrugated Wall Panels
Prof. Smitha Investigation on the Seismic Performance of Buildings Through Dynamic Similitude Studies on Scaled Down Models Using Shake Table Tests
Prof. Shishira Krishna Effect of Piezoelectric Patches on Vibration and Flutter Instability Characteristics of Trapezoidal Laminated Panels with Cutouts Subjected to Non - Uniform Follower In - Plane Loads

Dr. Premanand Shenoy has almost 12 years of teaching experience and 20 years of Industrial Experience. He is currently mentoring the Department of Civil Engineering.

Technical Talk during Engineer’s Week

Technical Talk during Engineer’s Week On the occasion of the Engineer’s Week, Sahyadri Pupils Association of Civil Engineering (SPACE), Department of Civil Engineering, in collaboration with the Association of Consulting Civil Engineers organized a technical talk on “Compressing Time-Ways and Means” by Er. Arun Prabha and another on “Concrete Technology - Evolution to Revolution” by Er. Anil Baliga.

Er. Arun Pabha in his talk emphasised mainly on “Time”. Time is the single factor available for an engineer. He has 35 years of experience in construction industry, from which he shares that - the cost overruns in various projects is due to lot of time spent on in-situ construction and, if this factor is properly planned and executed then it will definitely avoid cost overrun. He also threw light on “Sequential Vs Parallel Techniques in Construction”. He concluded his talk with a key note that “Quality is about Managing Expectations”.

Er. Anil Baliga in his technical talk emphasised on importance of civil engineers for a developing country like India. Civil engineers are the makers and also the rulers. As a civil engineer it is our duty to respect our mother earth and try to lead a sustainable construction industry.

Theme - “Water for Nature” on the World Water Day

Theme - “Water for Nature” on the World Water Day World Water Day was observed at Sahyadri in association with Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB), National Service Scheme Unit and Department of Civil Engineering. Mr. C J Jagadeesha, ISRO, Hon. Secretary, KERF, Bengaluru was the Chief Guest of the inaugural ceremony. The programme was inaugurated by watering a plant by the Chief Guest and the Resource person. Mr. C J Jagadeesha addressed the Civil Engineering Students and faculty regarding the role of Civil Engineers in water resource management & assessment and how one could contribute to the society to meet the future per capita demand of water. He also spoke about various methods of water irrigation systems and categorized the same based on their efficiency. Dr. Umesh M Bhushi, Principal in his presidential address, conveyed to put forth the insights that students received from the programme amongst the public and work towards augmenting the solution for the current issues pertaining to water management. Dr. Sushmitha Vamshi, Health Advisor & Wellness Consultant, Bengaluru delivered a technical talk on water quality requirement for consumptive use. In her address, Dr. Sushmitha spoke on the importance of maintaining quality of drinking water in the current generation and generations to come. Requirements of a healthy cell, H2O composition of body, Kangen water properties, anti oxidation, alkalinization & micro clustering of water, process of free radicals, pH of potable water, our typical diet, water channels and aquaporins, ionized water etc were the highlights of her technical session.

Extensive Survey Camp 2017-18 concluded at Siddapura

Extensive Survey Camp 2017-18 concluded at Siddapura Extensive Survey Camp at Siddapura for the third year Civil Engineering students concluded with a Valedictory ceremony. Mr. Sudeep Shetty, Structural Engineer, Civil Engineering Solutions, Hebri an alumnus of our institution was the chief guest of the valedictory function. In his address, he motivated students to take up the inputs from the camp seriously and utilize the learning’s effectively. Dr. Premanand Shenoy, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering and Dr. Umesh M Bhushi, Principal congratulated the students for successfully completing the Twelve-Day Survey Camp and also appreciated Prof. Smitha, Department of Civil Engineering, the Survey Camp Officer for the well-organised camp. Prof. Sunil Kumar K, HoD, Department of Civil Engineering advised the students to takeaway the positivity inculcated in them during the course of the camp for the future of their engineering career. Mr. Kadri Satish Shetty, Member of Grama Panchayat, Siddapura and Mr. Subramanya Rao, Integrated Medical Practitioner, Siddapura were also present during the valedictory ceremony.

Survey camp for the students of 3rd year Civil Engineering underway at Siddapura

Survey camp for the students of 3rd year Civil Engineering underway at Siddapura 127 pre-final year students of the Department of Civil Engineering are currently carrying out projects prescribed by the University at Siddapura, Kundapura. Students are accompanied by 18 faculty members along with Prof. Smitha, Camp Officer for the current academic year.

World Water Day observed at Sahyadri Campus

World Water Day observed at Sahyadri Campus Department of Civil Engineering in association with District Legal Services Authority, Karnataka State Pollution Control Board observed the World Water Day at Sahyadri Campus. The programme was inaugurated by Sri. Mallanagouda, Senior Civil Judge & Member Secretary, District Legal Service Authority, Dakshina Kannada. Prof. M. S. Mohan Kumar, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore was the chief guest of the inaugural ceremony. Sri. Mallanagouda in his address, stressed on the importance of conserving water for the future generation. He emphasized on meticulous usage of water on a day to day basis which is vital for the overall development of the society. Prof. M.S. Mohan Kumar, in his key note address stressed on the various treatment processes which is adopted by the IISC, Bangalore to treat the sewage water and reuse it for miscellaneous purposes. Sri. Rajshekar Puranik, Environmental Officer, KSPCB, Mangaluru, briefed about the significance of World Water Day. Prof Purushothama C T, HOD (UG), welcomed the gathering. Dr. U. M. Bhushi, Principal, presided over the function. Dr. S Manjappa, Director – Research and Consultancy, Mr. R. Srinivas, Senior Manager (Environment), MRPL, Mr. Rashid, Member of Food Scientists Association, Mangalore were present for the inaugural ceremony. Mr. Jayaprakash, Engineer, KSPCB rendered the vote of thanks.

The formal function was followed by the technical sessions to Civil Engineering students. Prof. M.S. Mohan Kumar, delivered a theme speech. Dr. S Manjappa, delivered a technical talk on “Water for Food Energy and Health.” The third session was followed by “Industrial Waste Water Treatment & its Reuse.” The students interacted with the resource persons during the respective sessions.

Internship Programme for Final Year

Students of civil engineering visited a construction site in Mallikatte near Kadri as part of their internship program. Students interacted with the site engineer and gathered useful information especially giving more attention to building components and measurement. 

Internship Program for Final Year Students

Department of Civil Engineering has organized an internship program for final year students. The main objective of this program is to upgrade the knowledge of fresh engineering graduates as per industry requirements and help them to get better job opportunities. The students are exposed to the various site aspects in industry due to which they can be easily absorbed by the companies without much training. Students are made to visit and observe the various sites and the activities going around.

On the first day students visited construction sites in and around Mangalore where they observed the excavation and foundation works.