GANESH C R

@jyothyit.ac.in

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Jyothy Institute of Technology, Bangalore



                 

https://researchid.co/ganesh_cr

Ganesh C R obtained his Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from Government Engineering College (VTU, Belagavi), Hassan in the year 2012, Masters in the field of Geotechnical Engineering from Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi. He has 2 years of industrial experience and 6 years of teaching experience at under graduate level of Engineering. With active participation in international/national conferences and publications in reputed journals, his areas of research interests are Soil reinforcement, Geo-synthetics, Soil Contamination, Bearing Capacity, Soil Investigation and Ground Improvement Techniques. He has the honors of Life Member of Indian Concrete Institute and Life member of International Association of Engineers (IAENG), Hong Kong.

EDUCATION

M.tech in Geotechnical Engineering (EWIT-VTU).
B.E in Civil Engineering (GECH-VTU).

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Soil Mechanics, Ground Improvement Technics, Geo-Environmental Engineering, Soil-Structure Interaction

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Scopus Publications

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Scholar Citations

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Scopus Publications

  • Strategies of Passive Design Buildings in Cold and Arid Climates: A Review
    C. Bhargavi, C. R. Ganesh, M. Manoj Kumar, and G. R. Kishore

    Springer Nature Singapore

  • Design and Implementation of Sewage Treatment Plant Using IoT
    H. B. M. Ajjaiah, C. R. Ganesh, and Vaishnavi S. Kamath

    Springer Nature Singapore


  • A Conceptual Approach to Apply Agile Management in Construction
    Nithish S. Ambale, H. P. Thanu, and C. R. Ganesh

    Springer Nature Singapore

  • IoT-Driven Civil Engineering Solutions for Smart Integrated Agriculture in Controlled Environment
    S. Hamsa, S. Asha Bharathi, and C. R. Ganesh

    Springer Nature Singapore

  • Exploring the Potential of Green Microalgae-Based Phycoremediation Treated Wastewater for Sustainable Concrete Production
    T. Q. K. Lam, K. S. Sreekeshava, C. Bhargavi, C. R. Ganesh, N. S. Ambale, and T. M. D. Do

    Hindawi Limited
    Wastewater pollution from domestic, industrial, and agricultural sources threatens the environment and human health. Traditional wastewater treatment methods are energy intensive, generate significant sludge, and may not remove all contaminants. This study explores the use of microalgae, Chlorella sorokinianana, to treat wastewater and evaluates its impact on concrete properties. The research aims to optimize microalgae growth conditions, set up nutrient-rich growth chambers, develop biomass separation methods, and assess the effects of microalgae-treated wastewater on concrete. Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) was used to analyze concrete structures produced with microalgae-treated wastewater, freshwater, and sewage treatment plant (STP) water. Concrete from microalgae-treated wastewater exhibited euhedral crystals with pronounced gaps, while freshwater concrete had denser subhedral to anhedral crystals. STP water concrete consistently had lower strength values, possibly due to impurities affecting cement hydration. Microalgae-treated water concrete showed intermediate strength levels, suggesting organic or biological factors may influence hydration, but it still gained strength with time. This study underscores the potential of microalgae-treated wastewater for sustainable concrete production, highlighting the importance of further research to optimize conditions and promote environmentally friendly construction practices.


  • Spatial variation of climate change issues using remote sensing technique
    Kumar R Rao, K S Sreekeshava, Manish S Dharek, Prashant C Sunagar, and C R Ganesh

    IOP Publishing
    Abstract The assessment of climate change can be carried out by analysing rainfall variability, temporal climatic changes, spatial interpolation of climatic factors and climatic risking. The climatic changes have consequences on precipitation pattern changes, temperature variation, and crop growing season alteration, increase of sea ice and grounded ice sheets. This has implications on ecosystem, human health, settlement and agriculture. Some of the repercussions attributed to temperature and precipitation increase is an increase of Cyclonic activities with increase of cyclonic wind speeds, Increase in Extreme Precipitation events like floods and droughts, agricultural yield is projected to decrease and negative impact on subsistence agriculture. The Tropical Cyclones intensifying in eastern Indian Ocean and crossing the coasts of Indian subcontinent year after year is a major cause of concern. The Latent Heat Release (LHR) of cyclones of Bay of Bengal carried out using advanced sensors like SSM/I (Special Sensor Microwave/Imager) on-board DMSP satellites (Defence Meteorological Satellite Program of US) for assessing spatial distribution of precipitation since LHR is responsible for maintenance and intensification of tropical cyclones and LHR can also enable measurement of brightness temperatures of atmospheric/ocean surfaces. The images of the clouds in visible and infrared region provide information about cloud aerial extent, type, and growth/decay. The raining clouds have high visible band reflectance and are tall due to upward motion indicating deep convection. These issues pertaining to climate changes through Remote sensing techniques is discussed in the paper.

  • Carbon Dioxide Sequestration by Mineral Carbonation Using Alkaline Rich Material
    Janhavi Desai, K S Sreekeshava, Manish S Dharek, Prashanth Sunagar, and C R Ganesh

    IOP Publishing
    Abstract Mineral carbonation is the carbonation of alkaline silicate Ca/Mg minerals, which is replica of the regular weathering processes. Mineral carbonation comprises of the reaction between the minerals and carbon dioxide to form a safe and stable mineral carbonate product. The present investigations deal with the usage of industrial alkaline rich waste (IAW) containing considerable amount of metal oxides as the possible raw material for the carbonation process. The suitability of applying the aqueous scheme of mineral carbonation by using steel slag is studied. The material is economical and is available easily near the large point sources of carbon dioxide emissions, and due to the chemical instability tend to react with carbon dioxide. Various process variables were considered to check the extent of carbonation like the temperature, pressure, liquid to solid ratio, reaction time. Chemical analysis was conducted to check the extent of carbonation. The experiments were carried out in artificial carbonation reactor. The particle size of the samples considered was less than 90 microns and distilled water was used as the medium to carry out carbonation. A maximum of 44% of carbonation was achieved for steel slag at a temperature of 100 ˚C, carbon dioxide pressure of 10 Kg/cm2, liquid to solid ratio of 6 and reaction time of 2 hours.

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Exploring the Potential of Green Microalgae‐Based Phycoremediation Treated Wastewater for Sustainable Concrete Production
    TQK Lam, KS Sreekeshava, C Bhargavi, CR Ganesh, NS Ambale, ...
    Advances in Civil Engineering 2024 (1), 8564202 2024

  • Evaluation of Spatial Variation for Terrain Parameters Associated with Surface and Groundwater Quality Necessary for Sustainable Geo-environmental Condition
    KR Rao, B Kiran, CR Ganesh, C Bhargavi
    International Conference on Interdisciplinary Approaches in Civil 2023

  • IoT-Driven Civil Engineering Solutions for Smart Integrated Agriculture in Controlled Environment
    S Hamsa, SA Bharathi, CR Ganesh
    International Conference on Interdisciplinary Approaches in Civil 2023

  • A Conceptual Approach to Apply Agile Management in Construction
    NS Ambale, HP Thanu, CR Ganesh
    International Conference on Interdisciplinary Approaches in Civil 2023

  • Mechanical Properties of Steel and Polypropylene Fiber Reinforced Geopolymer Concrete.
    C Bhargavi, KS Sreekeshava, P Sunagar, MS Dharek, CR Ganesh
    Journal of Mines, Metals & Fuels 71 (7) 2023

  • Experimental study on strength behaviour of geofibre reinforced stabilized mud blocks using industrial by-products
    CR Ganesh, J Sumalatha, KS Sreekeshava, K Sharath
    Materials Today: Proceedings 2023

  • Influence of Randomly Distributed Geo-Fibers with Fly Ash on The Performance of The Soil.
    PVBM Ganesh CR , Sreekeshava KS , Prachand Man
    8th International Kerpic Conference: KERPIC’20 - 26-27 November 2020 2020

  • 4. Influence of Steel Fiber with Polypropylene (PP) Geo-Fabric on the Performance of Concrete
    KS Sreekeshava, AS Arunkumar, CR Ganesh, S Manish
    Emerging Technologies for Sustainability: Proceedings of the Annual 2020

  • Spatial variation of climate change issues using remote sensing technique
    KR Rao, KS Sreekeshava, MS Dharek, PC Sunagar, CR Ganesh
    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 814 (1), 012042 2020

  • Carbon dioxide sequestration by mineral carbonation using alkaline rich material
    J Desai, KS Sreekeshava, MS Dharek, P Sunagar, CR Ganesh
    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 814 (1), 012035 2020

  • Bearing Capacity of BC soil Reinforced with Coir Fibers Underlain by Loose stratum
    GCRG Jairaj C, Dr. Prathap Kumar M T, Sridhar R
    International conference on Advances in Engineering Sciences and Applied 2016

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Experimental study on strength behaviour of geofibre reinforced stabilized mud blocks using industrial by-products
    CR Ganesh, J Sumalatha, KS Sreekeshava, K Sharath
    Materials Today: Proceedings 2023
    Citations: 5

  • Carbon dioxide sequestration by mineral carbonation using alkaline rich material
    J Desai, KS Sreekeshava, MS Dharek, P Sunagar, CR Ganesh
    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 814 (1), 012035 2020
    Citations: 2

  • 4. Influence of Steel Fiber with Polypropylene (PP) Geo-Fabric on the Performance of Concrete
    KS Sreekeshava, AS Arunkumar, CR Ganesh, S Manish
    Emerging Technologies for Sustainability: Proceedings of the Annual 2020
    Citations: 1