Shilanya 2K17. Click here to View.

Seminar on “BIM/Revit”

Department of Civil Engineering, JNTUACEK, Kalikiri organized Seminar on “BIM/Revit” on 4.3.23. The Convenor of the workshop, Prof. D.Neeraja, Head of Civil Engineering, The resource person is Mr. Anjaneya Puli, Civil CaDD trainer. Earlier Engineers invested most of their time in conceptualizing and drafting. The introduction of Computer-Aided Design was a ground breaking moment and since became the standard tool for architects and Engineers. Engineering software has evolved and changed tremendously in the last two decades as computing potential has risen. Building information modeling, or BIM, is a core function of Revit. Building Information Modeling (BIM) has become an essential part of any design project by facilitating smarter, faster, stronger designs that make economic sense while reducing environmental impact. BIM provides support every step of the way from design and visualization, to simulation and construction. Revit has changed the architecture design, drafting and modeling processes by accomplishing substantial improvements in precision and efficiency. With Revit software, architectural designers can now rapidly sketch out rough layouts of a floor plan, or make changes to the standard set of building designs.

Work Shop on “Drone Technologies in Civil Engineering”

As a part of Decennial Celebrations, Tech fest was organized at JNTUACEK Kalikiri on 16.3.22. In this connection, Department of Civil Engineering organized Work Shop on “Drone Technologies in Civil Engineering”. The resource persons for this workshop are Mr. Pijush Jha nad Mr. Kirubakar form Space Chase Private Limited, Benguluru. Around 60 participants registered for this work shop. The coordinator of the fest Prof. D.Neeraja, Head of Civil Engineering highlighted about the importance of Drones in the field of Civil engineering. The workshop focussed on importance of drones in construction industry. Over the last decades, new digital technologies have appeared to enhance productivity, reduce overall time and cost of construction tasks. The introduction of drones to the construction industry is recent, although their use in other areas of industry (e.g., agriculture, public safety, military purposes, science and research, monitoring security, mining, etc.) has been frequent. In the construction industry, aerial vehicles have been used for numerous purposes; such as, inspection of highways, bridges, roads, cell towers, high mast lighting, wind turbines, power transmission lines, building façade and roof, survey and mapping, construction monitoring, wetland/environmental, drainage and erosion, traffic monitoring, emergency services, etc. Drones as a tool increase communication between construction participants, improves site safety, uses topographic measurements of large areas, with using principles of aerial photogrammetry is possible to create buildings aerial surveying, bridges, roads, highways, saves project time and costs, etc.

Engineers Day Circular. Click here to View.

CELITE 2K23 Organised by Department of CSE on 16th March 2023