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Journal of Civil and Environmental Engineering

ISSN: 2165-784X

Open Access

Current Issue

Volume 11, Issue 3 (2021)

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    Green Buildings - A Step Towards Environmental Protection

    Sushma Pullela

    The green building may be named economical building that deals with ecological issues inside or outside the building premises. These natural problems incorporate vitality effectiveness ventures to spare vitality, water protection and reduce in water utilization, indoor air quality, building air ventilation and lightweight, diminishment of contaminations, higher eudemonia, reduction in heat island and reflective power impacts. The urban community’s effort natural problems have begun receiving green building concepts as a stage towards environmental protection. The authors of the present paper have in short dealt the importance of inexperienced buildings structures alongside the expected steps to be taken in making green structures and also the subsequent blessings there from. Green framework prompts multi-dimensional and utilitarian advantages regarding ideal biological systems and sound climate alongside giving wide scope of natural, social, environmental change variation and relief, and biodiversity benefits.

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    Editorial on Geotechnical Engineering

    Sushma Pullela

    The systematic implementation of techniques that make construction on, in, or with geomaterials, such as soil and rock, is known as geotechnical engineering. Any civil engineering structure and construction is connected to soil in some way, and as a result, its architecture is influenced by soil or rock properties. Soil drilling, examining geomaterial properties, monitoring groundwater level and flow, and environmental and hydrological interactions all involve geotechnical operations. Excavations and supporting earth systems, underwater structures, bridges, natural or artificial fills, highways and airports, subgrades and ground structures, and slopes are all examples of foundation architecture.

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    Micro Plastics In Wastewater Treatment Processes

    Sushma Pullela

    Based on the water content of the influent and the effluent discharge level, wastewater treatment plants are built to provide different water treatment method configurations of different water treatment facilities. Pre-treatment, primary care, and secondary treatment are all part of traditional wastewater treatment. Bar screening, degreasing, air flotation, primary sedimentation, biofilm process/activated sludge process, and secondary sedimentation are among the treatment methods used. Tertiary treatment with (sand) filtration, advanced oxidation, and membrane filtration are used to further increase effluent efficiency. So far, no treatment procedure has been formulated explicitly for the removal of MPs, and only a few studies have looked at the thorough removal efficiencies of MPs at various levels of WWTPs.

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    Computational Fluid Dynamics

    Sushma Pullela

    The method of mathematically modelling a physical phenomenon involving fluid flow and solving it numerically using analytical prowess is known as computational fluid dynamics (CFD). Aerodynamics plays an important part in the manufacturing phase when an architect is tasked with developing a new vehicle, such as a winning racing car for the coming season. Aerodynamic processes, on the other hand, are difficult to quantify during the concept stage. Physical checks on product samples are typically the only way for an inventor to refine his designs.

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    Transportation Engineering

    Sushma Pullela

    Transportation engineering, also known as transport engineering, is the application of technology and science principles to the planning, functional design, operation, and management of facilities for any mode of transportation in order to ensure the secure, reliable, rapid, comfortable, convenient, economical, and environmentally friendly transportation of people and goods. Transportation engineering's planning dimensions are related to aspects of urban planning and include technical forecasting decisions as well as political considerations. The estimation of trip generation (number of purposeful trips), trip distribution, and other technical aspects of passenger travel forecasting are typically done using an urban transportation planning model (destination choice, where the traveller is going). Other aspects of traveller decisions, such as auto ownership, trip chaining (the decision to connect individual trips together in a tour), and the option of residential or business venue, can be included in more sophisticated forecasting (known as land use forecasting). Since passenger trips often reflect the peak of demand on any transportation system, they are the subject of transportation engineering. While facility planning and design remain at the center of the transportation engineering industry, operations planning, logistics, network analysis, funding, and policy analysis are also essential to those employed in highway and urban transportation, according to details of the scope of various committees.

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