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Final Year Project Work Topics for
Civil Engineering

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          Dr. SSSV Gopal Raju

         Prof. Civil Engineering
       MVGR College,Vizianagaram

         After successful completion of respective engineering subjects covering all broad areas of each discipline of engineering course, each student has to take-up a project work in the final year. Depending on the availability of guides, students can take-up their project works individually or by forming a group of 3 to 4 students.

    Students can also carryout projects in collaboration with any industry which supports the same area of interest. The projects with industrial collaboration are more useful in practical exposure to the students. Some industries would offer the employment to the students who carried out their projects with the same industry.
         The project starts with the identification of topic after thorough investigation in that particular area (Literature Review).
         Some of the project work topics related to civil engineering discipline are listed below:

    1. Non-destructive Evaluation of Concrete Structures
    2. Behaviour of prestressed concrete Structures
    3. Corrosion analysis of concrete structures
    4. Structural Design of Multi-storeyed structures
    5. Behaviour of Concrete exposed to Elevated Temperatures
    6. Stabilization of subgrade soil using flyash
    7. Flexible Pavement analysis and design
    8. Rigid Pavement analysis and design
    9. Identification of accident black spots and remedies
    10. Geometric corrections to existing roads at important junctions
    11. Watershed management using GIS
    12. Ground water improvement techniques and implementations
    13. Study on Green buildings and norms in Indian context
    14. Study on Water Quality Index
    15. Air pollution and its impacts using GIS
    16. Identification of suitable site for reservoir using GIS
    17. Study on earthquake resistant structures
    18. Use of geosynthetics in various civil engineering applications
    19. Stability of slopes using soil nailing.
    20. Rainwater harvesting methods and its implementation
    After successful completion of work, students have to submit the report which contains the following chapters:
    1. Introduction of study
    2. Literature review
    3. Methodology of work
    4. Experimental Investigation
    5. Results and Discussion
    6. Recommendations/Conclusions
    7. Acknowledgement
    8. References.
         If the project work contains any research element, it can be published in any of the reputed journals as a technical paper.

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