Gobinath R

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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
85

Scopus Publications

674

Scholar Citations

14

Scholar h-index

25

Scholar i10-index

Scopus Publications

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Strength and Settlement studies on basalt fiber reinforced marginal soil
    R Gobinath, V Mahesh, G. Shyamala, and Adla Rajesh

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

  • Investigation of strength and impact charecteristics of blended Self cured concrete
    T Udaya Banu, N P Rajamane, R Gobinath, and E Sudharshan

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

  • Influence of Various Admixtures on the Swelling Characteristics of Clay
    J Logeshwari, R Gobinath, Srihari, and Eelandula kumaraswamy

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

  • An art of Research on concrete-Ternary blended
    R Srinivas Prabhu, R Gobinath, R Anuradha, and Bonthala Prabanjan Yadav

    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

  • 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

  • Effect of particle grain size on its shear strength behaviour of soils
    R Saravanan, K Poongodi, P Murthi, E Sudharshan, and R Gobinath

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

  • Scale effect of rectangular and square footing of shallow foundation resting on cohesive soil
    R Saravanan, P Murthi, K Poongodi, 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

  • Effect of ratio between Na<inf>2</inf>SiO<inf>3</inf>and NaOH solutions and curing temperature on the early age properties of geopolymer mortar
    P Murthi, K Poongodi, R Saravanan, K Rajesh chary, and R Gobinath

    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

  • 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

  • Enhancing the Strength Properties of High-Performance Concrete Using Ternary Blended Cement: OPC, Nano-Silica, Bagasse Ash
    P. Murthi, K. Poongodi, P. O. Awoyera, R. Gobinath, and R. Saravanan

    Silicon, ISSN: 1876990X, eISSN: 18769918, Pages: 1949-1956, Published: 1 August 2020 Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    This study determined the strength properties of high-performance concrete (HPC) produced using ternary blended cement, based on Nano-silica (NS) and bagasse ash (BA) addition to Portland cement. Several mix proportions, based on random mix design, were considered based on the substitution of constituent materials. Fine aggregate was comprised of 60% river sand and 40% recycled aggregate (RA), coarse aggregate used was crushed rock for the development of M50, M60 and M70 grades of concrete. The replacement of cement by BA causes slowdown initial strength development, but increased the setting time of concrete. In order to improve the performance of HPC at early stage, NS was considered as third admixture for developing ternary binder blend in the concrete. The effect of NS and BA on fresh and hardened HPC were investigated and presented. The results indicated that the incorporation of NS reduced setting time and increased the early age strength development significantly. Thus, it was concluded that the addition of NS with mean particle size of 12 nm is suitable as an additional binder for improving the early age performance of HPC.

  • Lightweight Self-Compacting Concrete Incorporating Industrial Rejects and Mineral Admixtures: Strength and Durability Assessment
    P. O. Awoyera, I. I. Akinwumi, V. Karthika, R. Gobinath, R. Gunasekaran, N. Lokesh, M. Manikandan, and T. Narmatha

    Silicon, ISSN: 1876990X, eISSN: 18769918, Pages: 1779-1785, Published: 1 August 2020 Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    By the recent global research developments, a lot of natural and artificial materials that are normally discarded and landfilled, are continually investigated for potential construction applications. In this study, the mechanical and durability properties of lightweight self-compacting concrete produced using pumice, ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS), rice husk ash (RHA) and precipitated silica, was investigated. A detailed experimental design was performed, which entailed reducing the water powder ratio, and use of viscosity modifying admixture, for enhancing the fresh SCC quality. The experimental process involved assessment of mechanical and durability properties of concrete mixtures. The results have shown that compressive and flexural strength of SCC made with lightweight aggregate are improved using mineral blended cement. Also, same mix, but with pumice as coarse aggregate gave higher split-tensile strength than other mixtures. This study deduced that pozzolanic reactivity and filler action of supplementary cementitious materials used, enhanced the resistance of the mixtures to deterioration when exposed to aggressive environment.

  • A novel method to predict pozzolanic nature of concrete with sintered clay using soft computing techniques
    R Archana Reddy, A Sivakrishna, R Gobinath, and D Ramesh Babu

    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, ISSN: 17578981, eISSN: 1757899X, Volume: 872, Published: 26 June 2020 IOP Publishing
    This research focuses on studying the effect of different pozzolanic materials (Metakaolin, fly ash, silica ash, micro clay, ordinary clay and their combinations) on strength of concrete cured for a period of time - 56 days. This work primarily deals with the compressive strength and split tensile strength of concrete. First four mixes were made by adding 1-2% of pozzolanic materials in concrete. Next five mixes were made by increasing the percentage of clay and lime as a substitute of cement in concrete. A comparative study is done between experimental data and predicted data. Bountiful research works were done using soft computing tools to predict the strength characteristics of concrete, in this work we had employed Levenberg-Marquardt and Bayesian Regularization approach to predict. ANN is employed to measure the outcome performance of admixtures added while varying the curing period. Best fit models were arrived using back propagation method of ANN, R2 values were obtained in the range of 0.91 showing the effectiveness of the study. It is suggested that this proposed algorithm can be employed to predict the strength characteristics of concrete.

  • Evaluation of material performance of coir fibre reinforced quaternary blended concrete
    P Murthi, K Poongodi, R Gobinath, and R Saravanan

    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, ISSN: 17578981, eISSN: 1757899X, Volume: 872, Published: 26 June 2020 IOP Publishing

  • Fresh properties of self-compacting concrete incorporating electric arc furnace oxidizing slag (EAFOS) as coarse aggregate
    P. Murthi, K. Poongodi, P. O. Awoyera, R. Gobinath, K. T. Raja, and Oladimeji B. Olalusi

    SN Applied Sciences, eISSN: 25233971, Published: April 2020 Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    This study investigates the fresh properties of self-compacting concrete incorporating electric arc furnace oxidizing slag as coarse aggregate. A binary blend of 30% fly ash and cement was utilized as binder to improve the performance of concrete in its fresh state. Concrete grades M20, M30 and M40 were developed by replacing natural coarse aggregate with 50% and 100% electric arc furnace oxidizing slag (EAFOS) aggregate. Thus, fresh properties of SCC; slump flow, T500, U box, V funnel and L-box were determined. From the evaluation of fresh properties, it is shown that the grades of concretes developed passed the set standard limits for SCC. The results showed that 50% EAFOS addition to SCC will not deter its fresh properties in any way, however, when EAFOS was added up to 100%, there was reduction in workability properties of the concrete. The study showcases the significant potential of EAFOS as an alternative aggregate in SCC. Thus, the data provided in this study will be useful for concrete constructors.

  • Numerical simulation and specification provisions for buckling characteristics of a built-up steel column section subjected to axial loading
    M. Muthuraman, R. Anuradha, P.O. Awoyera, and R. Gobinath

    Engineering Structures, ISSN: 01410296, eISSN: 18737323, Volume: 207, Published: 15 March 2020 Elsevier BV
    Abstract The demand for lightweight materials in construction has become very popular due to its flexibility and economical importance. Cold-formed steel beams and columns are used for provision of lightweight, durable and cost-efficient structures, and its usage also helps to optimize the construction time. Cold-formed steel section exhibits post-buckling strength, in which hot rolled section is deficient. However, more theoretical background on design and behavior of cold form section is still required, especially when it is subjected to axial loading. Thus, this paper presents numerical and theoretical behavior of pin -jointed cold-formed steel (CFS) column section (built-up battened Lip channel) under axial loading. The numerical modeling was done by using ABAQUS 6.10 software. Based on American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) specifications, two types of sections were selected for single lipped channel, and it was ensured that the selected chord spacing permits both moment of inertia about the major axis and minor axis are equal. The numerical and theoretical study were done using a varying batten number and section slenderness ratio. The ultimate loads were obtained under the two approaches, for the lipped channel built-up columns, and were compared for the effective section proposed. From the results, the prediction of buckling mode and the failure load of the column were found to be stable and approximately relevant to the FEM results from slenderness ratio ranging from 20 to 60. Also, flexural buckling of all column sections occurred about the axis parallel to the webs, where there is an opportunity for composite action.

  • Seismic response of root reinforced soil slope at Nilgiris district soil, Tamilnadu
    International Journal of Scientific and Technology Research, eISSN: 22778616, Pages: 3666-3674, Published: February 2020

  • Experimental Study on Performance of Hardened Concrete Using Nano Materials
    K. Thangapandi, R. Anuradha, N. Archana, P. Muthuraman, O. Awoyera Paul, and R. Gobinath

    KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering, ISSN: 12267988, eISSN: 19763808, Pages: 596-602, Published: 1 February 2020 Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    Various challenges encountered in the construction industry has led to the production of concrete, with not just high strength, but also with enhanced durability properties. Several research works have been carried out using replacement of constituent materials and introduction of various admixtures in concrete. Alccofine is one of such promising micro fine material. This study investigates the performance of hardened concrete using nano materials. Effects of alccofine (AL) and zinc oxide (ZnO) on the durability and strength of hardened concrete were explored. Series of tests were conducted by substituting cement by weight with 10% AL and adding ZnO in proportions, 0.25%, 0.5%, 0.75% and 1%. Based on the results obtained, the strength properties of concrete reduced as cement replacement level rose beyond 10%. The durability performance of the concrete, in terms of rapid chloride permeability, water permeability test, sea water attack and chloride resistance, was within acceptable limist, even as the ZnO was increased. This study has generally proposed a sustainable solution to produce durable concrete that could have useful aaplication in the construction industry.

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • 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

  • Compaction and shear strength enhancement of weak soil by copper slag addition
    R Gobinath, I Akinwumi, GP Ganapathy, R Mithuna
    Materials Today: Proceedings 39, 834-838 2021

  • Strength characterisation of self cured concrete using AI tools
    TU Banu, NP Rajamane, PO Awoyera, R Gobinath
    Materials Today: Proceedings 39, 839-848 2021

  • Investigation on performance of red mud based concrete
    K Viyasun, R Anuradha, K Thangapandi, DS Kumar, A Sivakrishna, ...
    Materials Today: Proceedings 39, 796-799 2021

  • Mechanical and flexural behaviour study on fibrillated concrete as partial replacement of M-Sand and metakaolin
    R Abiraami, R Anuradha, V Johnpaul, M Guruprasad, R Gobinath, ...
    Materials Today: Proceedings 39, 776-780 2021

  • Stabilisation of natural slopes using natural plant root as reinforcing agent
    R Gobinath, GP Ganapathy, II Akinwumi
    Materials Today: Proceedings 39, 493-499 2021

  • Studies on the Impact of Ternary Blend for Early Prediction of Compressive Strength Using Accelerated Curing
    P Murthi, K Poongodi, R Gobinath
    Sustainable Practices and Innovations in Civil Engineering, 1-11 2021

  • Finite element analysis of polycarbonate knife cum peeler
    G Alok, SK Singh, R Gobinath, T Saivratha, A Sushmitha, VS Reddy
    Materials Today: Proceedings 39, 250-257 2021

  • Correlation between rebound hammer number and mechanical properties of steel fibre reinforced pavement quality concrete
    P Murthi, K Poongodi, R Gobinath
    Materials Today: Proceedings 39, 142-147 2021

  • Effects of calcined clay on the engineering properties of cementitious mortars
    R Gobinath, PO Awoyera, N Praveen, VA Babu, PS Sai, K Prathibha
    Materials Today: Proceedings 39, 110-113 2021

  • Effects of Corn Cob Ash as Mineral Admixture on Mechanical and Durability Properties of Concrete–A Review
    P Murthi, K Poongodi, R Gobinath
    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 1006 (1), 012027 2020

  • Influence of Various Admixtures on The Swelling Characteristics of Clay
    J Logeshwari, R Gobinath
    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 981 (3), 032087 2020

  • Analysis of Compressive Strength Characteristics of Mineral Admixture in Concrete Containing Various Gelled Materials using Artificial Neural Networks
    G Shyamala, R Gobinath, P Sarla, M Shewale
    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 981 (3), 032093 2020

  • Acid resistance behaviour of Binary blended Geo-polymer Mortar
    K Poongodi, R Saravanan, P Murthi, GS Sundar, R Gobinath
    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 981 (3), 032058 2020

  • An art of Research on concrete-Ternary blended
    RS Prabhu, R Gobinath, R Anuradha, BP Yadav
    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 981 (3), 032089 2020

  • Scale effect of rectangular and square footing of shallow foundation resting on cohesive soil
    R Saravanan, P Murthi, K Poongodi, GS Sundar, R Gobinath
    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 981 (3), 032061 2020

  • Investigation of strength and impact charecteristics of blended Self cured concrete
    TU Banu, NP Rajamane, R Gobinath, E Sudharshan
    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 981 (3), 032090 2020

  • Self-Curing Concrete Using Water-Soluble Polymerfor Developing Countries
    T Udayabanu, NP Rajamane, C Makendran, R Gobinath, SC Chary
    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 981 (3), 032088 2020

  • Effect of ratio between Na2SiO3 and NaOH solutions and curing temperature on the early age properties of geopolymer mortar
    P Murthi, K Poongodi, R Saravanan, R Gobinath
    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 981 (3), 032060 2020

  • Interventions in location specific technologies and material utilization through Women Technology Park in India
    V Mahesh, PVR Rao, IR Reddy, K Kiran, R Gobinath, P Murthy
    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 981 (3), 032091 2020

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: 53

  • 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: 43

  • Alkali activated binders: Challenges and opportunities
    PO Awoyera, A Adesina, A Sivakrishna, R Gobinath, KR Kumar, ...
    Materials Today: Proceedings 27, 40-43 2020
    Citations: 41

  • 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: 37

  • 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: 35

  • 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: 25

  • 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: 20

  • 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: 19

  • 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: 19

  • 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: 18

  • 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: 18

  • 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: 16

  • 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: 15

  • 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: 15

  • Enhancing the Strength Properties of High-Performance Concrete Using Ternary Blended Cement: OPC
    P Murthi, K Poongodi, PO Awoyera, R Gobinath, R Saravanan
    Nano-Silica, Bagasse Ash Silicon 2019
    Citations: 14

  • Evaluating the use of lemon grass roots for the reinforcement of a landslideaffected soil from Nilgris district, Tamil Nadu, India
    IIA R. Gobinath, G.P. Ganapathy
    Journal of Materials and Environmental Sciences 6 (10), 2681-2687 2015
    Citations: 14

  • 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: 14

  • Impact strength enhancement of banana fibre reinforced lightweight self-compacting concrete
    K Poongodi, P Murthi
    Materials Today: Proceedings 27, 1203-1209 2020
    Citations: 13

  • 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: 13

  • Model development for strength properties of laterized concrete using artificial neural network principles
    PO Awoyera, JO Akinmusuru, AS Krishna, R Gobinath, B Arunkumar, ...
    Soft computing for problem solving, 197-207 2020
    Citations: 11

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