The Asian Review of Civil Engineering https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/tarce <p>The Asian Review of Civil Engineering is a half-yearly, peer-reviewed journal that publishes original theoretical papers, applied papers, review papers, and case studies on all fields of civil engineering.</p> The Research Publication en-US The Asian Review of Civil Engineering 2249-6203 The Effect of Compaction Effort on Fatigue Performance of Cold Emulsified Bitumen Mixes with Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/tarce/article/view/3043 <p>During the service period, flexible pavements tends to produce series of distresses, such as rutting, cracking, pothole, etc. When the distresses are severe, the best method is to recycle the distressed layer using stabilizers like emulsified asphalt or some additives and that layer can be used as a base\sub base or surface course based on the purpose. The milled material is known as Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (RAP) and the application of emulsified asphalt comes under cold mix asphalt technologies. This can help to create a cleaner production including lesser usage of natural aggregates and lower carbon emissions. Compaction is one of the significant factors in order to prevent premature failures and for better performance of the mix. A properly compacted base develops adequate density and strength; the present study investigated the influence of compaction effort on the fatigue performance of Emulsified Asphalt Treated Bases (EATB). The performance indicators include Indirect Tensile Strength (ITS), Resilient Modulus (MR), and fatigue characteristics. Finally, the study developed the models between ITS and MR for different fluid contents.</p> P. Naveen Sarella Chakravarthi S. Shankar Raj Kumar R. Vishnu Copyright (c) 2021 The Asian Review of Civil Engineering 2021-11-05 2021-11-05 10 2 1 8 10.51983/tarce-2021.10.2.3043 Stream Order Delineation using SRTM 30 meter Resolution Digital Elevation Model (DEM) and Hydrology Tools in ArcGIS 10.3 and QGIS: Mapping of Drainage Pattern of Mandi District, Himachal Pradesh, India https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/tarce/article/view/3118 <p>The paper describes step by step watershed and stream network delineation based on digital elevation models using the Hydrology tools in ArcGIS and online services for Hydrology and Hydrologic data. The 30-meter resolution SRTM image of Himachal Pradesh was downloaded from open topology website. This was further processed in QGIS and ArcGIS 10.3 software. The different hydrological processes and data management tools were used like, fill, Flow direction; flow accumulation, map algebra, stream orders, stream feature and stream dissolve in order to get the final map of Mandi drainage pattern.</p> Kuldeep Singh Copyright (c) 2021 The Asian Review of Civil Engineering 2021-11-05 2021-11-05 10 2 9 17 10.51983/tarce-2021.10.2.3118 Assessing Impact of Geophysical Hydro-Meteorological Hazards Based on Perception Approach, Kinnaur Region, Himachal Pradesh https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/tarce/article/view/3119 <p>Disaster has been a continuous problem in the history of mankind and its effects have also been devastating. India’s geo-climatic conditions as well as its high degree of socio-economic vulnerability, makes it one of the most disaster-prone country in the world. Landslides are the most costly geo-hazard in the world, and they’re often the cause or the result of other hazards and disasters such as tsunamis, earthquakes, forest fires, and volcanic eruptions. It leads to an extreme disruption in the functioning of a society, causing widespread human, material and environmental loss and it exceeds the ability of the affected society to cope with its own resources. Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh has a hilly and mountainous topography which has a limited scope for human settlement and other human activity. The most common types of disaster in the region are earthquake and landslide. Apart from this, other kinds of disaster are also faced by the people of the region such as heavy rainfall, snowfall, deforestation, floods, soil erosion etc.&nbsp; The present study aims at analyze the landslide vulnerability and mitigation strategies and also the role of administration and community in their preparedness. The study is based on both primary as well as secondary data. Quantitative method was used to assess the landslide induced vulnerability and risk assessment in the study area. By using science and technology, community based management makes it possible to reduce the impact of disasters like earthquake and landslide in the study area.</p> Ram Lal Vicky Anand Copyright (c) 2021 The Asian Review of Civil Engineering 2021-11-05 2021-11-05 10 2 18 25 10.51983/tarce-2021.10.2.3119 Spatial Variations in Residential Rental Values-Case Study of Vijay Nagar, Hyderabad https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/tarce/article/view/3170 <p>Migration from rural to urban leads to intense urbanization; as a result, the demand for houses increases. Migrants prefer to have rental housing instead of having their own houses. Residential rental values differ from place to place on a city horizon. Variations in residential rental values are a result of preferences of tenants i.e. locational and neighborhood attributes. In Hyderabad Metropolitan Area, the impact of location and neighborhood attributes on rental housing shows the spatial variations in residential rental values. These preferable attributes further can be defined in form of Physical, Social, and Economic importance. Rents are fixed depending upon the availability of the aforementioned attributes. This paper aims to explore the impact of these attributes of preferences, made by tenants on residential rental values. To achieve the results, demand, and supply have also been analyzed by taking the mean values of identified parameters. The study is vital for investors, real estate developers, and housing policymakers to relieve capital investment decisions in the housing sector.</p> Narendar Kumar Santhanam Kumar Nand Kumar Copyright (c) 2021 The Asian Review of Civil Engineering 2021-11-05 2021-11-05 10 2 26 32 10.51983/tarce-2021.10.2.3170 Geographical Indications in the Context of Manipur: A Case Study of Kachai Lemon https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/tarce/article/view/3176 <p>Geographical indications have verified to be the foremost contentious of all the intellectual property rights coated by the World Trade Organization’s Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of property Rights. The extension of increased protection to product aside from wines and spirits/ further themultilateral system for notification and registration of geographical indications, ar the 2 most contentious problems regarding Gls. This study is an effort to grasp these problems and a case study of Kachai Lemon.</p> S. Gunaseelan M. Sumathi C. Ranganathan Copyright (c) 2021 The Asian Review of Civil Engineering 2021-11-05 2021-11-05 10 2 33 35 10.51983/tarce-2021.10.2.3176 Enhancing the Teaching Style for Deaf and Dumb Students Using E-Learning https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/tarce/article/view/3177 <p>The term similarity is characterized so the buying and selling on data via talking, entry then utilizing some other medium. One about the nearly treasured presents according to an alone is a potential in imitation of see, timbre in, talk or reply as like indicated by means of the circumstances. In somebody case, around nine billion folks on the ball are no longer even sharp, therefore Communications into sturdy over listening to quiet humans have forever been a challenging undertaking. In it delivery note we wish speak in regard to a new yet upgraded approach because of lectureship because of no longer too acute understudies up to expectation is e-learning.</p> Abhishek Mehta Copyright (c) 2021 The Asian Review of Civil Engineering 2021-11-05 2021-11-05 10 2 36 39 10.51983/tarce-2021.10.2.3177 Architecture Library Professionals Proficiency to Proliferation of Knowledge: A Study https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/tarce/article/view/3178 <p>In the information era knowledge is upward at a tremendous pace. In this scenario knowledge using culture is getting a more important role in digital culture. Library professionals or Information scientists are playing a vital role to provide services to users. Therefore, the paper analyzes the communication competencies among the library professional in the architecture college in India to enhance the user knowledge needs. The data has been collected online by sending questionnaires through emails to LIS professionals working in architecture colleges in India. A total of 84 filled questionnaires were received and the data has been analyzed using the SPSS and Microsoft excel tools. The study results reveal that the library professionals are good in communication skills viz., speaking skills; reference service skills, and sharing the knowledge through social networking.</p> Praveena Naik Keshava Copyright (c) 2021 The Asian Review of Civil Engineering 2021-11-05 2021-11-05 10 2 40 42 10.51983/tarce-2021.10.2.3178