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A Seminar

On
Industrial case study

CONSTRUCTION OF AQUEDUCT
Presented by
Mr. Pratik A. Thaware
(CED15085)
B.E. VII semester

Under the guidance of


Ms. P.D. Motghare
Assistant Professor

2018-19

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING 1


KAVIKULGURU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE,
RAMTEK – 441106
Contents
1. Introduction

2. Description of project

3. Ownership details

4. Work Experience

5. Observation And Discussion

6. Reference 2
1. Introduction
• What is Industrial case study ..?
The industrial case study is the 20 days training taken by
student in the field or in company to get detailed knowledge of
activity regarding the construction, management, execution of work
etc ….
• Why it is important .?
1. To get knowledge of construction technique
2. To get Idea of execution of work
3. How to carry out work according to drawings
4. Various Tests and its importance
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• Duration of industrial case study
24 may 2018 to 11 june 2018 (18 Days )
2.Description of project
The Industrial Case Study is carried out at Bramhapuri. The
project was construction of Aqueduct the detail information about
the project is given below,
 Name of the project : Construction of Aqueduct

 Location : At. Tah. Bramhapuri , Dist.


Chandrapur
 Type of Structure : Hydraulic Structure
 Name of the Site
Engineer : Mr. Rajender Sinha
 Cost of the Project : 22 crore
 Duration : 16 month 4

( Not Including Rainy Season )


3. Ownership Details
Name of Construction Company : P.N. Dewalakar Constructon
pvt ltd

Name Of Department : Ghosekhurd Right bank


canal Division

 Address of the Department : Saigata Colony Nagbhir


road Bramhapuri

 Financial Authority : State Government

 Sanction Authority : Vidarbha Irrigation 5


Development Corporation
Management structure
Department chart
Ed. Vidarbha Irrigation Development Corporation, Nagpur

Superintended Engineer
(Gosekhurd project circle Nagpur)

Executive Engineer
(Gosikhurd Right Bank canal Division, Bramhapuri)

Assistant Engineer GR1


(GRBCSD NO. 5)
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Sectional Engineer
Company chart
Mr. P.N. Devalkar (contractor)

Project manager

Site Incharge/Engineer

Super Visor

Labour contractor

Labour

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Description Of Materials And
Equipment
material used :
1.Cement : Cement is a binding material it has good cohesive and
adhesive properties. At site, 53 grade was used and the
weight of each cement bag was 50kg. Cement used at site
was ‘PCC’. Specification are used from IS269-1976.
2. Sand : Source of sand was Vainganga River Desaiganj
(Warsa).
3. Water : The source of water was bore well constructed on
site
4. Shuttering : The Shuttering used is steel Shuttering.
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It was well durable. It was easy to handle and
removal.
Equipment's used
1. Needle Vibrater: This is used for compaction of
concrete after casting of concrete.

2. Mobile concrete Placer : This is used for placing


concrete to the site of casting from mobile concrete
mixer.

3.Mobile concrete Mixer : This is used for


transportation of concrete from Batch Mixer to the site
of casting .

4. Roller: This is used for compaction of soil beside the


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abutment .
4. Work experience
Day 1
Visited to office and submitted permission letter from
college to the department. Permission taken to do industrial case
study under the guidance of departmental engineer
Day 2
Visited to the site.The day was of payment day the work
was closed for the day .
Day 3
Visited to site At Awalgaon construction of aqueduct brief
information taken on site from Mr.Rakesh Khond (Technical
assistant to department )
Temporary bench mark = 207.541 m 10
Day 4
Met with Mr. Arun Sinha sir (Project Manager) Structure
Information given by sir, organizational chart and company information
given by sir.
Day 5
I was join the site when the foundation of the structure were
completed. Site information were taken from site engineer. Raft foundation
were provided and M25 grade of concrete were casted . There are 9 piers, 2
abutment and 2 wing wall provided.
Day 6
Drawing were studied on the site

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Fig no. 01 : Key elevation of


aqueduct
Day 7
Test on aggregate were observed and studied.

Sand : gradation of sand

Aggregate : Water absorption test

Day 8
Filling of earthwork were going on site beside downstream
side wing wall by roller n power excavator .Due to rain no concreting
were done . 12
Day 9
Soil test were carried out
Murom filling : sand replacement

Black cotton soil : Core cutter method

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Fig no. 2 : core cutter method
Day 10
The work was closed due to payment day .
Day 11
Concrete mix grade and ratio of mix were observed of batch mixer

Capacity of mixer : 0.5 cubic meter at one time

Grade of concrete : M15

Aggregate grade : 40 MSA size of aggregate: 40 mm : 302 kg


20 mm : 227 kg
10 mm : 227 kg

Cement : sand : aggregate ratio : 142 kg : 306 kg: 756 kg

Water : 86 liter

Admixture : Apple chemic 1.036 liter


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Fig no. 03 : control panel of batch mixer


Day 12
Reinforcement detailing were observed of pier and wing-wall

Fig No. 4 Reinforcement of pier


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Day 13
Formwork inspection observed with Mr. Rajender sir ( site
engineer )
cover for reinforcement : 75 mm

Spacing of reinforcement : 200 mm

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Fig No. 05 Inspection of formwork
Day 14
casting of concrete of upstream side wing wall
observed and cubes were taken for compression testing .

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Fig No.06 concreting in U/S side Fig No. 07 concrete cubes
wing wall.
Day 15 & Day 16
within this 2 days casting of concrete in pier of 1 meter lift and
cubes were taken, Gunny bag curing were provided to the pier and
quality control engineer had visited to the site to check the structure
and in-situ test results

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Fig No. 08 casting of concrete in Fig No. 09 Gunny bag curing
pier
Day 17
The concreting of abutment was observed needle vibrator
were used for the compaction of concrete the concrete were
transported by the transit mixer and directly placed into the formwork

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Fig No. 10 Concreting in abutment
Day 18
Due to the rainy season the work were closing the excavation
of stream were started for flow of water which was filled for work .
Pipes were provided for air release from sand filling in sub-structure
.

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Fig No. 11 Pipes for air release from sand
5. Observations and discussions
1. I found on site that the some extra adjustment has to be done
to carry out work which is not found in the books, which
come from experience only.

2. This case study provides an idea about the management of


work

3. How to execute the work as per drawings

4. As a site engineer one should know the technical as well as


labours language also .

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6. Reference

1. Punmia B.C. and Shushil Kumar (1984- 10th Edition)


“Building Construction And material”, Laxmi Publication Pvt.Ltd.New
Delhi.

2. Shetty M.S. (1998- 7th Edition) “Concrete Tchnology “,S.


Chand Publication, New Delhi

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THANK YOU

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