Gobinath R

Verified email at srecwarangal.ac.in

Professor and Head-Department of Civil Engineering
SR University, Telangana, India



                                         

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Dr.R.Gobinath is presently serving as Professor and Head of the Department, Civil Engineering of SR University, Telangana, India and also a member of Center for Construction Materials and Methods division. He completed his PhD in the field of Environmental Geotechnology and Disaster Management from Center for Disaster Management and Mitigation, VIT, Vellore, M.E in Environmental Management from College of Engineering, Guindy, Anna University and BE in Civil engineering from Bharathiar University. He had handled several under graduate course in Civil and Environmental engineering including Project management, smart materials and structures, Geosynthetics, Engineering Mechanics etc and also presently handling elective courses related to Disaster Management and Intellectual Property rights in various Universities.

His research interests includes Sustainable materials, Construction Materials, Landslide mitigation and Management, Soil Bioengineering, Engineering Education, Geotechnology, Environmental Geotechnology, Sustainable Development, Sustainable construction technologies, he had handled several projects related to this domains in various levels. He also had executed good number of consultancy projects related to Geotechnical and environmental engineering for various organisations.

EDUCATION

B.E- Civil Engineering (2001), Bharathiar University
M.E- Environmental Management (2007), College of Engineering, Guindy, Anna University
PhD ( Environmental Geotechnology), VIT University, Vellore, India

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Sustainable materials, Construction Materials, Landslide mitigation and Management, Soil Bioengineering, Engineering Education, Geotechnology, Environmental Geotechnology, Sustainable Development, Sustainable construction technologies, Image processing, Machine Learning applications in Civil Enginee

FUTURE PROJECTS

Sustainable Construction material development

This project work involves obtaining sustainable construction materials without depleting the natural resources and by using non convetional material development techniques. It involves lot of analysis, simulation based works and the work is initiated under the aegies of Center for Construction Methdos and Materials of SR University


Applications Invited
Research Scholars and collaborators
98

Scopus Publications

992

Scholar Citations

17

Scholar h-index

33

Scholar i10-index

Scopus Publications

  • Allotment of Waste and Degraded Land Parcels for PV Based Solar Parks in India: Effects on Power Generation Cost and Influence on Investment Decision-Making
    Sanju John Thomas, Sheffy Thomas, Sudhansu S. Sahoo, Ravindran Gobinath, and Mohamed M. Awad

    Sustainability (Switzerland), eISSN: 20711050, Published: February-1 2022 MDPI AG
    Solar parks are well-defined areas developed in the high solar potential area, with the required infrastructure to minimize the potential threat for the developers. Land occupancy is a major concern for the solar park. The government policy mostly emphasizes the use of waste-degraded land for solar parks. In a competitive energy market, any attempt to use waste-degraded land parcels, without policy regulatory support, can bring large-scale disruptions in the quality and cost of power. The present study investigates the potential of using waste degraded land, with a focus on the impact on the cost of generation and decision making. The study investigates the possibility of including the cost of the externalities in the overall cost economics, through policy and regulatory interventions. Data related to India has been considered in the present analysis. Results show that there are less socio-economic and ecological impacts in using wastelands, compared to land, in urban-semi urban areas with an opportunity cost. Thus, the policy and regulatory interventions could promote wasteland utilization and lure favorable decision-making on investments.

  • Biodiesel production from lignocellulosic biomass using Yarrowia lipolytica
    Madhu Vasaki, Murugan Sithan, Gobinath Ravindran, Balasubramanian Paramasivan, Gayathiri Ekambaram, and Rama Rao Karri

    Energy Conversion and Management: X, eISSN: 25901745, Published: January 2022 Elsevier BV

  • Antihemorrhagic and antimicrobial property of cotton fabric treated with medicinal herb alfalfa
    G. Dhanapriya, B. Venkatesh, R. Gobinath, C. Prakash, R. Varadharaj, and N. Mekala

    Journal of Testing and Evaluation, ISSN: 00903973, Published: 1 January 2022 ASTM International

  • Impact Resistance and Strength Development of Fly Ash Based Self-compacting Concrete
    Selvaraj Kumar, Palanisamy Murthi, Paul Awoyera, Ravindran Gobinath, and Sathis kumar

    Silicon, ISSN: 1876990X, eISSN: 18769918, Pages: 481-492, Published: January 2022 Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    The development of self-compacting concrete using alternative materials is expanding in recent years due to the technical and economic benefits of the mixture. This study focuses on the structural and compositional behavior of sodium hydroxide (NaOH)-activated fly ash based self-compacting concrete (SCC). Fly ash was partially replaced with Ordinary Portland Cement from 0–30%. The tests performed on concrete samples include workability, strength, microstructural, and impact resistance. The results showed that activated fly ash reduces the heat of the hydration process of the concrete mixture but enhances pozzolanic reactions, which led to increased strength properties. The addition of activated fly ash modifies the mineralogy of the concrete, as evident in strength characteristics. The best performance of the activated fly ash based SCC, in terms of strength, was found at 10–15% substitutions, which can somewhat reduce the cost of production of SCC and strength improvement advantage.

  • Development and assessment of cement and concrete made of the burning of quinary by-product
    Muhammad Syarif, Mehmet Serkan Kırgız, André Gustavo de Sousa Galdino, M. Hesham El Naggar, Jahangir Mirza, Jamal Khatib, Said Kenai, Moncef Nehdi, John Kinuthia, Anwar Khitab, Carlos Thomas, Ravindran Gobinath, Muhammad Irfan Ul Hassan, Yan Kai Wu, Ahmed Ashteyat, Ahmed Soliman, Khairunisa Muthusamy, Thaarrini Janardhanan, Trinity Ama Tagbor, Tuan Anh Nguyen, Naraindas Bheel, Manoj A. Kumbhalkar, and Chandra Sekhar Tiwary

    Journal of Materials Research and Technology, ISSN: 22387854, Pages: 3708-3721, Published: 1 November 2021 Elsevier BV

  • Synthesis, physico-mechanical properties, material processing, and math models of novel superior materials doped flake of carbon and colloid flake of carbon
    Mehmet Serkan Kırgız, André Gustavo de Sousa Galdino, John Kinuthia, Anwar Khitab, Muhammad Irfan Ul Hassan, Jamal Khatib, Hesham El Naggar, Carlos Thomas, Jahangir Mirza, Said Kenai, Tuan Anh Nguyen, Moncef Nehdi, Muhammad Syarif, Ahmed Ashteyat, Ravindran Gobinath, Ahmed Soliman, Trinity A. Tagbor, Manoj A. Kumbhalkar, Naraindas Bheel, and Chandra Sekhar Tiwary

    Journal of Materials Research and Technology, ISSN: 22387854, Pages: 4993-5009, Published: 1 November 2021 Elsevier BV

  • Durability Properties of Self-compacting Concrete Made With Recycled Aggregate
    K. Poongodi, P. Murthi, P. O. Awoyera, R Gobinath, and O. B. Olalusi

    Silicon, ISSN: 1876990X, eISSN: 18769918, Pages: 2727-2735, Published: August 2021 Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    This study evaluated the durability properties of self-compacting concrete made with recycled aggregate for pavement application. The developed mixture was subjected to permeability, water absorption, and chloride penetration tests, and obtained results were compared with those of normal pavement concrete. Three recycled concrete aggregates (RCA) replacement percentages at the rate of 20%, 40%, and 60% were considered in addition to the control concrete (0%). A grade M40 grade ternary blended concrete with Ordinary Portland cement (OPC), fly ash, and silica fume was designed. The fresh properties of the concrete - slump flow and V-funnel flow tests were determined. The results showed that a mixture containing up to 40% RCA had higher resistance to water absorption and chloride ingress than a similar mixture for normal-weight concrete.

  • Suitability evaluation of groundwater quality for the intent of irrigation
    Nature Environment and Pollution Technology, ISSN: 09726268, eISSN: 23953454, Pages: 793-799, Published: June 2021

  • Predictive capability evaluation and optimization of sustainable biodiesel production from oleaginous biomass grown on pulp and paper industrial wastewater
    Madhu Vasaki E, Rama Rao Karri, Gobinath Ravindran, and Balasubramanian Paramasivan

    Renewable Energy, ISSN: 09601481, eISSN: 18790682, Volume: 168, Pages: 204-215, Published: May 2021 Elsevier BV

  • Durability Phenomenon in Manufactured Sand Concrete: Effects of Zinc Oxide and Alcofine on Behaviour
    K Thangapandi, R Anuradha, P. O Awoyera, R Gobinath, N Archana, M Berlin, and Olalusi B. Oladimeji

    Silicon, ISSN: 1876990X, eISSN: 18769918, Pages: 1079-1085, Published: April 2021 Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    Despite several studies focusing on producing sustainable concrete with nonconventional materials, there are short-term and long-term lapses in behavior of some of the concretes. This study, with a main focus on durability performance, explores strength and behavior of manufactured sand concrete containing alcofine and zinc oxide in severe environmental conditions. Alcofine and zinc oxide were added to the mixture at 10% and 2% by weight of cement, respectively. Manufactured Sand was used as a partial replacement for river sand at 25%, 50%, 75% and 100%. The compressive strength, split tensile strength and flexural strength of the concrete were determined after standard curing regimes. Durability tests, entailing exposure of concrete to acid attack, sea water, water absorption, sulphate attack, water permeability and rapid chloride penetration, were also performed. The results show that mixture made with 50% manufactured sand 10 %Alccofine and 0.5% Zinc oxide replacement, demonstrated better durability.

  • Utilization of plastic waste and ProsopisJuliflora Ash in making floor tiles
    V. Raguraman, Manisha Shewale, Pavankumar Korke, Shraddha Asalkar, Nitin Shinde, S. Deepasree, and R. Gobinath

    Materials Today: Proceedings, eISSN: 22147853, Pages: 1658-1663, Published: 2021 Elsevier BV

  • Studies on usage of natural fibers and eco sand for sustainable concreting
    K. Pavithra, Manisha Shewale, Shraddha Asalkar, Nitin Shinde, Pavankumar Korke, A. Balaji, R. Gobinath, and R. Anuradha

    Materials Today: Proceedings, eISSN: 22147853, Pages: 1689-1693, Published: 2021 Elsevier BV

  • Experimental study on light weight panel using phosphogypsum
    P. Muthukumar, Manisha Shewale, Shraddha Asalkar, Nitin Shinde, Pavankumar Korke, M. Anitha, R. Gobinath, and R. Anuradha

    Materials Today: Proceedings, eISSN: 22147853, Pages: 1852-1856, Published: 2021 Elsevier BV

  • Effect of uv protection using natural finishing on cotton and viscose fabrics
    Asian Textile Journal, ISSN: 09713425, Issue: 1-2, Pages: 33-35, Published: January-February 2021

  • Prediction of California Bearing Ratio of Subgrade Soils Using Artificial Neural Network Principles
    T. V. Nagaraju, R. Gobinath, Paul Awoyera, and Mohd Abbas H. Abdy Sayyed

    Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, ISSN: 23673370, eISSN: 23673389, Volume: 204, Pages: 133-146, Published: 2021 Springer Singapore

  • Studies on the Impact of Ternary Blend for Early Prediction of Compressive Strength Using Accelerated Curing
    P. Murthi, K. Poongodi, and R. Gobinath

    Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, ISSN: 23662557, eISSN: 23662565, Pages: 1-11, Published: 2021 Springer Singapore

  • Effects of Corn Cob Ash as Mineral Admixture on Mechanical and Durability Properties of Concrete - A Review
    P Murthi, K Poongodi, and R Gobinath

    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, ISSN: 17578981, eISSN: 1757899X, Volume: 1006, Published: 24 December 2020 IOP Publishing

  • Experimental Investigations on Chloride Permeability and Strength Properties of Concrete using Alccofine
    K Thangapandi, R Gobinath, R Anuradha, Pushpalatha Sarla, S Shrihari, J Sahaya Jeevarethinam, T A Khaja Mueenudeen, N Archana, and J T Walter

    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, ISSN: 17578981, eISSN: 1757899X, Volume: 981, Published: 4 December 2020 IOP Publishing

  • Self-Curing Concrete Using Water-Soluble Polymerfor Developing Countries
    T Udayabanu, N P Rajamane, C Makendran, R Gobinath, and S Chandra Chary

    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, ISSN: 17578981, eISSN: 1757899X, Volume: 981, Published: 4 December 2020 IOP Publishing

  • Waste Products as an Alternative Construction Material-A Review
    J Anne Mary, R Gobinath, G Shyamala, and K Rajesh Chary

    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, ISSN: 17578981, eISSN: 1757899X, Volume: 981, Published: 4 December 2020 IOP Publishing

  • Understanding Soil Erosion Protection Capabilities of Four Different Plants on Silty Soil
    R Gobinath, G P Ganapathy, A A Salunkhe, G Raja, E Prasath, and T Kavya

    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, ISSN: 17578981, eISSN: 1757899X, Volume: 981, Published: 4 December 2020 IOP Publishing

  • Interventions in location specific technologies and material utilization through Women Technology Park in India
    V Mahesh, P V Ramana Rao, I Rajasri Reddy, K Kiran, R Gobinath, and P Murthy

    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, ISSN: 17578981, eISSN: 1757899X, Volume: 981, Published: 4 December 2020 IOP Publishing

  • Analysis of Compressive Strength Characteristics of Mineral Admixture in Concrete Containing Various Gelled Materials using Artificial Neural Networks
    G Shyamala, R Gobinath, Pushpalatha Sarla, and Manisha Shewale

    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, ISSN: 17578981, eISSN: 1757899X, Volume: 981, Published: 4 December 2020 IOP Publishing

  • Machine Learning based Landslide Prediction System for Hilly Areas
    R Archana Reddy, R Gobinath, Chilupuri Saloni Khanna, and g Shyamala

    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, ISSN: 17578981, eISSN: 1757899X, Volume: 981, Published: 4 December 2020 IOP Publishing

  • Acid resistance behaviour of Binary blended Geo-polymer Mortar
    K Poongodi, R Saravanan, P Murthi, G Shyam Sundar, and R Gobinath

    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, ISSN: 17578981, eISSN: 1757899X, Volume: 981, Published: 4 December 2020 IOP Publishing

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Progress and Trends in Image Processing Applications in Civil Engineering: Opportunities and Challenges
    AA Salunkhe, R Gobinath, S Vinay, L Joseph
    Advances in Civil Engineering 2022 2022

  • Comparative study for efficacy of chemically treated jute fiber and bamboo fiber on the properties of reinforced concrete beams
    J Sridhar, R Gobinath, MS Kırgız
    Journal of Natural Fibers, 1-11 2022

  • Plant microbe based remediation approaches in dye removal: A review
    E Gayathiri, P Prakash, K Selvam, MK Awasthi, R Gobinath, RR Karri, ...
    Bioengineered 13 (3), 7798-7828 2022

  • Allotment of Waste and Degraded Land Parcels for PV Based Solar Parks in India: Effects on Power Generation Cost and Influence on Investment Decision-Making
    SJ Thomas, S Thomas, SS Sahoo, R Gobinath, MM Awad
    Sustainability 14 (3), 1786 2022

  • Biodiesel production from lignocellulosic biomass using Yarrowia lipolytica
    M Vasaki, M Sithan, G Ravindran, B Paramasivan, G Ekambaram, ...
    Energy Conversion and Management: X 13, 100167 2022

  • Studies on plant selection framework for soil bioengineering application
    E Gayathiri, R Gobinath, GP Ganapathy, AA Salunkhe, J Jayanthi, ...
    Computers in Earth and Environmental Sciences, 299-317 2022

  • Ecoengineering practices for soil degradation protection of vulnerable hill slopes
    R Gobinath, GP Ganapathy, E Gayathiri, AA Salunkhe, HR Pourghasemi
    Computers in Earth and Environmental Sciences, 255-270 2022

  • IoT applications in landslide prediction and abatement—Trends, opportunities, and challenges
    U Sinthuja, S Thavamani, S Makkar, R Gobinath, E Gayathiri
    Computers in Earth and Environmental Sciences, 319-325 2022

  • Soft computing applications in rainfall-induced landslide analysis and protection—Recent trends, techniques, and opportunities
    AA Salunkhe, R Gobinath, S Makkar
    Computers in Earth and Environmental Sciences, 271-287 2022

  • Experimental study on light weight panel using phosphogypsum
    P Muthukumar, M Shewale, S Asalkar, N Shinde, P Korke, M Anitha, ...
    Materials Today: Proceedings 49, 1852-1856 2022

  • Utilization of plastic waste and ProsopisJuliflora Ash in making floor tiles
    V Raguraman, M Shewale, P Korke, S Asalkar, N Shinde, S Deepasree, ...
    Materials Today: Proceedings 49, 1658-1663 2022

  • Studies on usage of natural fibers and eco sand for sustainable concreting
    K Pavithra, M Shewale, S Asalkar, N Shinde, P Korke, A Balaji, ...
    Materials Today: Proceedings 49, 1689-1693 2022

  • Synthesis, physico-mechanical properties, material processing, and math models of novel superior materials doped flake of carbon and colloid flake of carbon
    MS Kırgız, AG de Sousa Galdino, J Kinuthia, A Khitab, MIU Hassan, ...
    Journal of Materials Research and Technology 15, 4993-5009 2021

  • Development and assessment of cement and concrete made of the burning of quinary by-product
    M Syarif, MS Kırgız, AG de Sousa Galdino, MH El Naggar, J Mirza, ...
    journal of materials research and technology 15, 3708-3721 2021

  • Soft Computing Techniques in Solid Waste and Wastewater Management
    MHD Rama RaoKarri, Gobinath Ravindran
    2021

  • Wastewater—Sources, Toxicity, and Their Consequences to Human Health
    MHD Rama Rao Karri, Gobinath Ravindran
    Soft Computing Techniques in Solid Waste and Wastewater Management, 3-33 2021

  • Durability Properties of Self-compacting Concrete Made With Recycled Aggregate
    K Poongodi, P Murthi, PO Awoyera, R Gobinath, OB Olalusi
    Silicon 13 (8), 2727-2735 2021

  • Suitability Evaluation of Groundwater Quality for the Intent of Irrigation.
    G Shyamala, K Rajesh Kumar, R Gobinath, N Saravanakumar
    Nature Environment & Pollution Technology 20 (2) 2021

  • Predictive capability evaluation and optimization of sustainable biodiesel production from oleaginous biomass grown on pulp and paper industrial wastewater
    RR Karri, G Ravindran, B Paramasivan
    Renewable Energy 168, 204-215 2021

  • An Experimental Investigation of Marble Dust in Luffa Fibre Reinforced Concrete
    S Anandaraj, N Deepa, PM Kumar, G Anusha, R Gobinath, ...
    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 1145 (1), 012100 2021

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Role of recycling fine materials as filler to improve the performance of concrete - a review
    RG Paul Awoyera
    Australian Journal of Civil Engineering 24 (1), 1-9 2019
    Citations: 68

  • Structural distress in glass fibre-reinforced concrete under loading and exposure to aggressive environments
    ARG Anandaraja, Jessy Roobya
    Construction and Building Materials 197 (1) 2018
    Citations: 58

  • Enhancing the Strength Properties of High-Performance Concrete Using Ternary Blended Cement: OPC, Nano-Silica, Bagasse Ash
    RS Murthi, Poongodi, P. O. Awoyera, R. Gobinath
    Silicon 11 (6), 1-9 2019
    Citations: 51

  • Alkali activated binders: Challenges and opportunities
    PO Awoyera, A Adesina, A Sivakrishna, R Gobinath, KR Kumar, ...
    Materials Today: Proceedings 27, 40-43 2020
    Citations: 50

  • Using silica mineral waste as aggregate in a green high strength concrete: workability, strength, failure mode, and morphology assessment
    P Murthi, P Awoyera, P Selvaraj, D Dharsana, R Gobinath
    Australian Journal of Civil Engineering 16 (2), 122-128 2018
    Citations: 48

  • Permeability properties of lightweight self-consolidating concrete made with coconut shell aggregate
    M Palanisamy, P Kolandasamy, P Awoyera, R Gobinath, S Muthusamy, ...
    Journal of Materials Research and Technology 9 (3), 3547-3557 2020
    Citations: 40

  • Bio-Enzymatic Stabilization of a Soil Having Poor Engineering Properties
    GP Ganapathy, R Gobinath, II Akinwumi, S Kovendiran, M Thangaraj, ...
    International Journal of Civil Engineering, 1-9 2016
    Citations: 32

  • Banana fibre-reinforcement of a soil stabilized with sodium silicate
    R Gobinath, II Akinwumi, OD Afolayan, S Karthikeyan, M Manojkumar, ...
    Silicon 12 (2), 357-363 2020
    Citations: 29

  • Phase change materials in concrete: An overview of properties
    A Adesina, PO Awoyera, A Sivakrishna, KR Kumar, R Gobinath
    Materials Today: Proceedings 27, 391-395 2020
    Citations: 25

  • Plasticity, strength, permeability and compressibility characteristics of black cotton soil stabilized with precipitated silica
    R Gobinath, GP Ganapathy, II Akinwumi, S Kovendiran, S Hema, ...
    Journal of central south university 23 (10), 2688-2694 2016
    Citations: 24

  • Structural retrofitting of corroded fly ash based concrete beams with fibres to improve bending characteristics
    RG Thahira Banu , Chitra, Paul Awoyera, Paul Awoyera
    Australian Journal of Structural Engineering 19 (1), 1-9 2019
    Citations: 22

  • Shear resistance of portal frame reinforced with Bamboo and Steel Rebar: experimental and numerical evaluation
    K Rajesh, S Karthik, R Ramamohan, PO Awoyera, R Gobinath, ...
    International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE) 8 (1 2019
    Citations: 21

  • Structural properties of lightweight self-compacting concrete made with pumice stone and mineral admixtures
    V Karthika, PO Awoyera, II Akinwumi, R Gobinath, R Gunasekaran, ...
    Revista Romana de Materiale 48 (2), 208-213 2018
    Citations: 21

  • Lightweight self-compacting concrete incorporating industrial rejects and mineral admixtures: strength and durability assessment
    PO Awoyera, II Akinwumi, V Karthika, R Gobinath, R Gunasekaran, ...
    Silicon 12 (8), 1779-1785 2020
    Citations: 19

  • Studies on strength characteristics of black cotton soil by using novel SiO2 combination as a stabilizing agent
    R Gobinath, G Raja, E Prasath, G Shyamala, A Viloria, N Varela
    Materials Today: Proceedings 27, 657-663 2020
    Citations: 19

  • Numerical simulation and specification provisions for buckling characteristics of a built-up steel column section subjected to axial loading
    M Muthuraman, R Anuradha, PO Awoyera, R Gobinath
    Engineering Structures 207, 110256 2020
    Citations: 18

  • Experimental study on performance of hardened concrete using nano materials
    K Thangapandi, R Anuradha, N Archana, P Muthuraman, O Awoyera Paul, ...
    KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering 24 (2), 596-602 2020
    Citations: 18

  • Models for predictions of mechanical properties of low-density self-compacting concrete prepared from mineral admixtures and pumice stone
    B Arun Kumar, G Sangeetha, A Srinivas, PO Awoyera, R Gobinath, ...
    Soft computing for problem solving, 677-690 2020
    Citations: 17

  • Experimental studies on viability of using geosynthetics as fibers in concrete
    K Rajeshkumar, N Mahendran, R Gobinath
    International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 1 (1), 15 2010
    Citations: 17

  • Effect of mineral admixtures on early age properties of high performance concrete
    RG K.Poongodi , P. Murthi , P.O.Awoyera
    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 561 (1), 12-18 2019
    Citations: 16

RESEARCH OUTPUTS (PATENTS, SOFTWARE, PUBLICATIONS, PRODUCTS)

A NOVEL METHOD OF ENHANCE FREEZE-THAW RESISTANCE OF SOIL - Patent application no: 202041005809
A NOVEL METHOD TO PREPARE SELF-COMPACTING CONCRETE USING SINGLE ALKALI ACTIVATED ASH BASED CONCRETE - Patent application no: 202041004257
A NOVEL STRENGTH ENHANCEMENT PROCEDURE FOR NATURAL CURED BINDERLESS CONCRETE- Patent application no:201941042302
A NOVEL METHOD OF WATER CONTENT IDENTIFICATION USING IMAGE PROCESSING FOR LAND SLIDE PRE CURSOR - Patent application no:201941042299
SILICA BASED BINDER COMPOSITION FOR SOIL STABILIZATION AND ENHANCING PAVEMENT LOAD BEARING CAPACITY OF ROADS - Patent application no:201941012760

Industry, Institute, or Organisation Collaboration

Covenant University, Otta, Nigeria
VIT University, Vellore
Anna University, Chennai
Windsor University, Canada