View Vol. 6 ,  Iss. 2 (April 2023)

Journal of Architectural Environment & Structural Engineering Research

ISSN: 2630-5232 (Online)

Vol. 6 , Iss. 2 (April 2023)


  • A Preliminary Study of Agricultural Waste as Biochar Incorporated into Cementitious Materials Preliminary study of agricultural waste as biochar incorporated cementitious materials for concrete structure

    Shishir Sinha, Achal Pandey, Dr. Srinivasarao Naik B, Prof. B. Prasad

    Article ID: 5695
    3  (Abstract) 3  (Download)


    Incorporating small amounts of biochar into cementitious materials has partial effects on the environment. In this present study, rice husk was collected as agricultural biomass from a local area of Roorkee Uttarakhand, which contains siliceous material to a significant extent. Biochar was prepared from agricultural waste in a muffle furnace at a temperature of 500... More

  • Best Practices in Construction 4.0 – Catalysts of digital innovations (Part II)

    Bianca Christina Weber-Lewerenz, Marzia Traverso

    Article ID: 5408
    19  (Abstract) 26  (Download)

    Abstract: The study examines corporate strategies from different angles, defines potential fields of application and works out existing empirical values and trends in the digitization process of the building sector. It highlights the unintended consequences of technological development and offers concrete practical approaches for responsible use. Using the qualitative research method, the study concludes that digital... More

  • Study on Phase Change Material in Grooved Bricks for Energy Efficiency of the Buildings

    Niharika Pawar, Yasmeen Qureshi, Rachit Agarwal, Srinivasarao Naik Bhanavath

    Article ID: 5542
    5  (Abstract) 16  (Download)


    Phase change materials (PCMs) are an interesting technology due to their high density and isothermal behavior during phase change. Phase change material plays a major role in the energy saving of the buildings, which is greatly aided by the incorporation of phase change material into building products such as bricks, cement, gypsum board, etc. In... More

  • Assessing the Role of Environmental Factors in the Transmission of Infectious Diseases in Communal Spaces

    Seyyed Mohammadmahdi Hosseinikia, Negar Khiabanchian , Hadi Rezaeirad

    Article ID: 5626
    8  (Abstract) 14  (Download)


    Communal spaces provide different facilities for users while they are the primary place for the spread of diseases, especially respiratory. Transmission is possible through human behaviors, the way they communicate with each other and breathe in an environment by airborne pathogenic particles. Experts from various fields have gained valuable experience and achievements regarding how to prevent... More

  • Survival Analysis Using Cox Proportional Hazards Regression for Pile Bridge Piles Under Wet Service Conditions

    Naiyi Li, Kuang-Yuan Hou, Yunchao Ye, Chung C. Fu

    Article ID: 5690
    15  (Abstract) 1  (Download)


    This paper studies the deterioration of bridge substructures utilizing the Long-Term Bridge Performance (LTBP) Program InfoBridgeTM and develops a survival model using Cox proportional hazards regression. The survival analysis is based on the National Bridge Inventory (NBI) dataset. The study calculates the survival rate of reinforced and prestressed concrete piles on bridges under marine conditions over a... More