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Faculty

MAHADEO SAMBHAJI RANADIVE [PhD]

Designation: 

Head of Department

Department: 

Civil

Email: 

msr.civil@coep.ac.in

Mobile Number: 

09850029066

Phone Number: 

020-25507065

Website: 

www.coep.org.in

Qualifications: 

B.E. Civil (Pune Univ)
M. E. Civil Construction & Management
Ph.D. Civil Engineering (Pune Univ)

Date of Joining COEP: 

Saturday, July 29, 2000

Prior to joining COEP Industrial Experience (Years): 

2

Prior to joining COEP Teaching/Research Experience (Years): 

10

Area of Research: 

Transportation Engineering

Courses Taught: 

At UG level:

1. Construction Management  2. Project Management , Underground Openings 3. Transportation Engineering I  4. Transportation Engineering II 5. Construction Techniques and Machineries 5. Construction Techniques 6. Construction Practices in Roads 

At PG level:

1. Management of Projects and Planning in Construction 2. Underground Openings  3. Planning in Construction 4.  4. Construction Materials and Materials Management  5. Construction Techniques  6. Construction Management (DOT, SPPU)

Responsibilities Shouldered: 

1. HOD with overall Administration

2.Industry collaboration ,MOU with Industry

3.Chairman, DDF Utilization committee

4.Chairman , Program assessment and Quality improvement committee. 

Number of PhD/ M.Tech/ B.Tech students guided: 

BE/Btech: 16+01(ongoing)

ME/Mtech: 72completed, 4 (ongoing )

PhD: 03 awarded , 06 (ongoing)

Research Project & Publication Details: 

A] International Journal Papers

1. Shubham Suryavanshi, Hadole H. P., & Ranadive M. S. (2021). “Evaluation of Moisture Susceptibility of Pyro-Oil Modified Bitumen by Surface Free Energy Approach”. Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, Springer.

2. Khapne, V., Hadole, H., & Ranadive, M. (2020, August). “Assessment of Anti-Stripping Property of Pyro-Oil Modified Bituminous Mixes Using Surface Free Energy Approach”. In International Conference on Transportation and Development 2020 (pp. 127-137). Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers.

3. Chen, D. H., Ranadive, M., &Mirzababaei, M. (2020). “Civil Infrastructure Confronting Weather Changes and Natural Hazards”. Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities. 34(5). 02020001.

4. Kulkarni, S. B., & Ranadive, M. S. (2020). “Modified Cutback as Tack Coat by Application of Pyro-Oil Obtained from Municipal Plastic Waste: Experimental Approach”. Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 32(5), 04020100.

5. Ranadive, M. S., & Dare, P. D. (2019). “Implications of real estate regulatory authority and goods and services tax on the Indian real estate sector”. International Journal of Sustainable Real Estate and Construction Economics, 1(4), 314-332.

6. Kulkarni, S. B., and Ranadive M. S. (2018). “Pyrolysis of municipal solid waste.” Int. J. Res. Appl. Sci. Eng. Technol. 6 (1): 3299–3308.

7. Ranadive, M. S., Hadole, H. P., &Padamwar, S. V. (2018). “Performance of stone matrix asphalt and asphaltic concrete using modifiers”. Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 30(1), 04017250.

8. Sayah E. B., & Ranadive M. S. (2018). “E2construct – Application for Better Construction in United Arab Emirates Using Indian Skills”. Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering, 15(2), e-ISSN: 2278-1684, p-ISSN: 2320-334X.

9. Patil S., & Ranadive M. S. (2017). “Cost Effectiveness of Stone Crushers in Pune and Quality Management of Aggregates”. In VIDYA International Journal of Management Research, 5(1), 17-35, ISSN 2278-2559

10. Ranadive, M. S., &Tapase, A. B. (2016). “Parameter sensitive analysis of flexible pavement”. International Journal of Pavement Research and Technology, 9(6), 466-472.

11. Ranadive, M. S., &Tapase, A. (2016). “Pavement performance evaluation for different combinations of temperature conditions and bituminous mixes”. Innovative Infrastructure Solutions, 1(1), 40.

12. Bobade V., & Ranadive M. S. (2016). “Viscosity Graded Approach for Quality Control of Bitumen”. International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, 9(3), 404-410, CAFETInnovaTechnical Society, Hydrabad, India.

13. Kumawat A., & Ranadive M. S. (2016). “Quality Control of Cationic Emulsion Modified Cold Mix in Flexible Pavement”. International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, 9(3), 165-169, CAFET-InnovaTechnical Society, Hydrabad, India.

14. Pol V. R., & Ranadive M. S. (2015), “Metro Tunnelling-A Challenge”. International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, 8(2), 313-319, 0974-5904

15. Patekar, A., & Ranadive, M. S. (2014). “Quality Assurance & Control of Bitumen-Viscosity Graded Approach”. International Journal of Innovations in Engineering and Technology (IJIET), 4(1), 40-50.

16. Ranadive, M. S., &Tapase, A. B. (2013). “Investigation of behavioral aspects of flexible pavement under various conditions by finite element method”. In Constitutive Modeling of Geomaterials (pp. 765-770). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

17. Ranadive, M. S., & Shinde, M. K. (2012). “Performance evaluation of E-waste in flexible pavement-an experimental approach”. Int J Civ, Struct, Environ InfrastructEng Res Dev, Trans Stellar J Publ, 2(3), 1-11. B] International Conference Papers

18. Swanand Kulkarni, & Ranadive M. S. (2021). “A Feasibility Study towards the Application of Municipal Waste Pyrolysis Oil in Bituminous Pavement”. In Sixth GeoChina International Conference 2021, Nanchang China.

19. Khapne, V., Hadole, H., & Ranadive, M. (2020, August). “Assessment of Anti-Stripping Property of Pyro-Oil Modified Bituminous Mixes Using Surface Free Energy Approach”. In International Conference on Transportation and Development 2020 (pp. 127-137). Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers.

20. Kakamare M., &Randive M. S. (2019). “Deformation analysis of tunnels”. International Conference on Geotechnics for High Speed Corridors, College of Engineering Trivendrum, Tiruvananthapuram, (pp 341- 345).

21. Tapase, A., & Ranadive, M. S. (2018). “Practical Pavement Design Approach Subjected to Seepage Conditions”. In Civil Infrastructures Confronting Severe Weathers and Climate Changes Conference (pp. 118-127). Springer, Cham

22. Tapase A. B., & Ranadive M. S, (2017). “Predicting performance of flexible pavement using finite element method”. In International Congress and Exhibition of Sustainable Civil Infrastructures: Innovative Infrastructure Geotechnology (pp 137-146). Springer, Cham.

23. Zunzunwala S., & Ranadive M. S. (2017). “Risk Management and Site Layout Optimization of Ready Mix Concrete Plants”. In International Conference on Advances in Highway Engineering & Transportation Systems – ICAHETS 2017.

24. Sayah E. B., & Ranadive M. S. (2017). “A Study on Construction Skilled Workforce Perception Towards the Project Management Standards of UAE”. In International Conference on Advances in Highway Engineering & Transportation Systems – ICAHETS 2017.

25. Tapase, A. B., & Ranadive, M. S. (2016). “Performance evaluation of flexible pavement using the finite element method”. In Geo-China 2016 (pp. 9-17).

26. Padamwar S.V., & Ranadive M. S. (2016). “Performance of Bituminous Concrete Using Waste Plastic as Modifier”. In International Conference on Sustainable Energy and Built Environment, School of Mechanical and Building Sciences VIT University, Vellore, Tamilnadu

27. Ranadive M. S. (2015) “Metro Tunneling- A Challenge”. In 2nd International Conference on Earth Sciences and Engineering.

28. Chavan-Patil P. S., & Ranadive M. S. (2015). “Study of Ferrocrete Panel Overlay for Pavements Using Ansys”. In International Conference on Sustainable Energy and Built Environment, School of Mechanical and Building Sciences VIT University, Vellore, Tamilnadu

29. Hadole H. P., & Ranadive M. S. (2015). “Performance Study of Mastic Asphalt With Cement as Filler Material”. In International Conference on Sustainable Energy and Built Environment, School of Mechanical and Building Sciences VIT University, Vellore, Tamilnadu

30. Ranadive, M. S., & Shinde, M. K. (2012). “Performance evaluation of E-waste in flexible pavement-an experimental approach”. International Conference of Environmental Research, SVNIT, Surat, 2(3), 1-11.

31. Warudkar A., & Ranadive M. S. (2010). “Assessment of Abrasion Resistance of Concrete Pavement for Durability”. In International Conference on Infrastructure Finance at IIT Kharagpur, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

32. Ranadive, M. S., & Patil, P. U. (2010). “Ventilation, Air-Conditioning And Fire Safety In Tunnels”. In ISRM International Symposium-6th Asian Rock Mechanics Symposium. International Society for Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering.

33. Sayah, E. B., Randive, M. S., &Sabnis G.M. (2008). “The Effects Of Unskilled Labor On The Quality Of Concrete Construction”. In 33rd Conference On Our World In Concrete & Structures: 25–27 August 2008, Singapore.

34. Ranadive, M. S., & Parikh, S. K. (2008). “Linear Settlement of Axially Loaded Pile-Soil Systems”. In International Conference of International Association for Computer Methods and Advances in Geomechanics (IACMAG) (pp. 1-6).

35. Gandage A. S., & Ranadive M. S. (2008). “Ecosystem Based Disaster Management”. In International Congress of Environmental Research, BITS-Pilani, Goa Campus.

36. Sayah E. B., & Ranadive M. S. (2008). “Training and Education of Unskilled Labor and its Impact on the Concrete Construction in the UAE”. In International Conference on - Innovative World of Concrete, Delhi.

37. Sabnis G. M., Ranadive M. S., &Sayah E. B. (2008). “The Effects of Unskilled Labour on the Quality of Concrete Construction”. In 33nd Conference on Our World in Concrete & Structures, (pp 435-440), CI- Premier Conference Organisation, Singapore.

38. Ranadive, M. S. (2008). “Shape Optimization of Tunnel by Finite Element Method”. In 6th International Conf. On Case Histories in Geotechnical Engineering, Arlington, VA (USA)

39. Vadapalli N., & Ranadive M. S. (2008). “Role of Foreign Direct Investment for Development of Transportation Infrastructure”. In Int. Conf. on Innovative and Smart Structural Systems for Sustainable Habitat (INSHAB 2008), (pp 31-32), Coimbatore Institute of Technology.

40. Ranadive, M. S., &Gaikward, A. A. (2006). “Information Technology in the Indian construction industry”. In Proceedings of the world conference for design and construction, INCITE/ITCSED, New Delhi, India, Nov (Vol. 4, pp. 22-32).

41. Shirole R. B., & Ranadive M. S. (2006). “Study of Effect of Grouting Pressure on the Injected Ground”. In The 1st Geotechnic Week Conf. On deep Foundation Practice Singapore, (pp. 211-216), CI-Premier Conference Organisation, Singapore

42. Shirole R. B., & Ranadive M. S. (2006). “Investigation for Factors affecting the Design of Sodium Silicate Grout”. In 2nd International Conference on Problematic Soils, Malaysia, (pp. 285-292), CI-Premier Conference Organisation, Singapore

43. Ranadive M. S. (2005). “Selection and Design of Tunnel Support Systems”. In 6th International Conference on Ground Improvement Techniques, Coimbra, Portugal, (pp. 517- 524), CI-Premier Conference Organisation, Singapore.

44. Ranadive, M. S., & Jadhav, N. N. (2004). “Improvement in bearing capacity of soil by geotextiles-an experimental approach”. In 5th International Conference on Ground Improvement Techniques, Malaysia G (Vol. 104).

45. Parikh S. K., & Ranadive M. S. (2003). “Finite Element Analysis of Tunnels for Residual Stresses and Sequence of Excavation”. In 4th International R&D Conference on Water and Energy for 21st Century, Aurangabad, (pp. 109-121), Central Board of Irrigation and Power.

46. Parikh S. K., & Ranadive M. S. (2001). “Analysis and Design of Tunnel Supports for Tunnels of South Eastern Railway-Rayagada”. Workshop on Rock Mechanics and Tunnelling Techniques, Kathmandu, Nepal, (pp. 152-157), Central Board of Irrigation and Power, New Delhi

47. Parikh S. K., & Ranadive M. S. (2001). “Analysis of Tunnel Openings in Soft Geotechnical Formations”. In 5th International Conference on Deep Foundation Practice.

48. Parikh S. K., & Ranadive M. S. (2000). “Role of Finite Element Analysis in Design of Tunnels”. In International Conference on Present and Future Trends in Tunnelling, (pp. 103- 107), Central Board of Irrigation and Power.

C] National Journal Papers

49. Bhadre A. C., & Ranadive M. S. (2019). “EFFECTIVE USE OF SUGARCANE BAGASSE ASH AS A FILLER IN HOT MIX ASPHALT”. Highway Research Journal, 10(2), 23-30, Highway Research Board, IRC.

50. Kulkarni, S., & Ranadive, M. (2018). “Perpetual Pavement Design over Conventional Proposed Ring Road for Pune City”. Indian Highways, IRC, New Delhi, 46(11).

51. Sayah, E., & Ranadive, M. S. (2017). “A Study on Factors Influencing the Construction Industry of UAE”. Vimarsh: An Endeavour to Share Knowledge, 24, 8(1), 0976-5174.

52. Sayah E. B., & Ranadive M. S. (2017). “Collapse and Fire Hazards at the Construction Sites and their Economic Impact on the Nation”. Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering, 3(7), ISSN: 2456-1479.

53. Ranadive, M. S., &Tapase, A. B. (2012). “Improvement in strength of flexible pavement: an experimental approach”. J. Environ. Res. Develop, 6, 844-852.

54. Ranadive, M. S., and S. Gowda Honne. (2011). “Enhancing stability of flexible pavements using plastic waste and fly ash.” J. Indian Roads Congr. 39 (10): 23–28.

55. Ranadive, M. S., &Katkar, A. B. (2010). “Finite element analysis of flexible pavements”. Indian Highways, 38(6).

56. Tanpure S., & Ranadive M. S. (2010). “Economic Analysis of Delhi Metro Rail Project”, Phase I. NICMAR Journal of Construction Management, Pune, 25 (0970-3675), 34-46.

57. Gandage, A. S., & Ranadive, M. S. (2009). “Ecosystem based disaster management”. J Environ Res Dev, 4(2).

58. Gandage A. S., & Ranadive M. S. (2008). “Effect of Performance Appraisal System on Human Resource Development in Construction Industry”. Journal of Civil Engineering and Construction Review, New Delhi, CE&CR, 21(9), 102-114.

59. Kadam D. V., & Ranadive M. S. (2007). “Quality Assurance and Quality Control in Mechanised Building Construction Industry”. Indian Buildings Congress, 14(2), 68-76.

60. Ranadive, M. S., & Ganesh, V. K. (2007). 51. “Construction of Deep Cutt-Off Grout Curtain in the Fossil Valley: A Case Study”. Water and Energy Abstracts, 17(4), 23-24.

61. Ranadive M. S. (2004). “Design of Supports for Excavation in Tunnels with Limited Standup Time (T.N)”. Indian Geotechnical Journal, 34 (4), 375-389.

62. Aher P. M., & Ranadive M. S. (2004). “Economical Analysis of Precast Concrete Elements in Comparison with cast-in-situ Structures”. Journal of Civil Engineering and Construction Review, 17(6), 38-45, Trend Set Engineers Pvt Ltd., New Delhi.

63. Parikh S. K., & Ranadive M. S. (2003). “Effect of Residual Stresses and Sequence of Excavation on Displacement of Tunnel by Finite Element Method’. Indian Geotechnical Journal, 33(3), 291-310.

64. Parikh, S. K., & Ranadive, M. S. (2001). “Modelling of geotechnical materials in respect of finite element analysis of tunnel deformations”. Journal of the Institution of Engineers. India. Civil Engineering Division, 82(DEC), 139-144.

65. Ranadive M. S. (1998). “Prefabricated Housing at Nerul”. Journal of Civil Engineering & Construction Review, 11(8), 56-63, Trend Set Engineers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.

66. Ranadive M. S. (1998). “Use of Pre-cast Concrete Tunnel Lining Segments in Soft Strata – A Case Study”. Journal of Civil Engineering & Construction Review, 11(1), 37-46, Trend Set Engineers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.

67. Ranadive M. S. (1996). “Launching of Bridge Girders : A case Study”. Journal of Civil Engineering & Construction Review, 9(10), 53-59, Trend Set Engineers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. D] National Conference Papers

68. Khapne V., & Ranadive M. S. (2020) “Moisture Damage Resistance of Polymer Modified Bitumen by Surface Free Energy Approach”. TEQIP-III Sponsored National Conference on “Advances in Construction Management”, College of Engineering, Pune.

69. Bhave K. S., & Ranadive M. S. (2020). “Comparative Analysis of Aging Behaviour of VG30 and Pyro Oil Modified Bitumen based on Viscosity”. TEQIP-III Sponsored National Conference on “Advances in Construction Management”, College of Engineering, Pune

70. Hadole H. P., & Ranadive M. S. (2020). “Evaluation of Moisture Susceptibility of Crumb Rubber Modified Bitumen containing Pyro Oil using the Surface Free Energy Approach”. TEQIP-III Sponsored National Conference on “Advances in Construction Management”, College of Engineering, Pune

71. Suryawanshi S. D., & Ranadive M. S. (2020). “Quality Assessment of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement by Surface Free Energy Approach”. TEQIP-III Sponsored National Conference on “Advances in Construction Management”, College of Engineering, Pune

72. Sonawane P. D., & Ranadive M. S. (2020). “Effect of Polypropylene Multifilament Fiber On Wearing Course of Rigid Pavement”. TEQIP-III Sponsored National Conference on “Advances in Construction Management”, College of Engineering, Pune

73. Bhagat N. T., & Ranadive M. S. (2020). “An Overview on the Effects of Alternative Pyrolysis Oils on Bitumen Properties”. TEQIP-III Sponsored National Conference on “Advances in Construction Management”, College of Engineering, Pune

74. Kakamare M., & Ranadive M. S. (2020). “Stress Behaviour of Tunnel in Basalt Rock due to changing Ground Water Level”. TEQIP-III Sponsored National Conference on “Advances in Construction Management”, College of Engineering, Pune

75. Bhavsar S., Jikar K., Mahure V., & Ranadive M. S. (2020). “Comparative Study of ShortTerm Ageing Behaviour of VG30 and POMB by Superpave”. TEQIP-III Sponsored National Conference on “Advances in Construction Management”, College of Engineering, Pune

76. Kurkute R., & Ranadive M. S. (2019). “Study of Secant Pile Construction”. Indian Conference on Geotechnical and Geo-Environmental Engineering (ICGGE-2019), MNNIT Allahabad.

77. Shah S., & Ranadive M. S. (2019). “Quality Control through Instrumentation in Tunnel Construction Projects”. Indian Conference on Geotechnical and Geo-Environmental Engineering (ICGGE-2019), MNNIT Allahabad.

78. Hadole H., & Ranadive M. S. (2019). “Analysis of Ageing Mechanism of HDPE Pyro-oil Modified Bitumen compared to VG30 based on Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrum”. 5TH Conference of Transportation Research Group of India, CTRG 2019, Bhopal.

79. Kakamare M., &Randive M. S. (2019). “Behavioural Aspect of Tunnel by Soil Structure Interaction”. Indian Geotechnical Conference, NIT Surat, Surat, Springer Book SeriesEngineering Notes.

80. Kulkarni S. S., & Ranadive M. S. (2016). “Perpetual Pavement for Rural Roads: a Concept”. In A National Conference on Fifteen Years of PMGSY (FYPMGSY) (pp 1-8). Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee-247667, Uttarakhand.

81. Patil V. N., & Ranadive M. S. (2013). “Improvement in Water Supply in Pune City- A Challenge”. 45th Annual Convention, Indian Water Works Association, Pune

82. Gandage A. S., & Ranadive M. S. (2008). “Role of Civil Engineers in Disaster Management”. In National Conf. on Emerging Technologies in Civil Engineering, COE, Ahmednagar, (pp 452-465).

83. Kamble G. V., & Ranadive M. S. (2007). “Construction of Deep Cut-off Grout Curtain in the Fossil Valley: A Case study”. Workshop on Rock Mechanics and Tunnelling Techniques, Sikkim (Gangtok), (pp 95-104).

84. Burkul D. M., & Ranadive M. S. (2007). “Intelligent Building Structures”. In REDECON Bangalore, (pp 214-220), Association of Consulting Civil Engineers, Bangalore.

85. Patil D. S., Ranadive M. S., & Patil U. S., (2006), “State of Art Report on Interlinking of Rivers”. In Hydro 2006 Conference, (pp 19-32), Indian Society for Hydraulics and Bharati Vidyapeeth Univ. Pune

86. Ranadive M. S. (2006). “Performance Appraisal Systems for Construction Engineers and Managers”. In Constro 2006, Pune, PCERF, Constro 2006.

87. Ranadive M. S. (2005). “Displacement Analysis of Tunnels by Finite Element Method”. In Indian Geotechnical Conference- 2005, Ahmedabad, (pp. 357- 358), Indian Geotechnical Society.

88. Ranadive M. S. (2005). “Deformation Behaviour of Low Carbon Steel Under Compressive Loading by FEM”. In Metavista - Department of Metallurgy, Pune Institute of Engineering and Technology, Pune.

89. Ranadive M. S. (2005). “Finite Element Analysis of Tunnels Through Intact Rock”. In National Conference on Recent Trends in Geotechnology, Indian Geotechnical Society, Pune Chapter

90. Hariprasad P., & Ranadive M. S. (2005). “Numerical Methods for Analysis of Tunnels –An Overview”. Seminar on “Rock Ex-05”, Organised by Central Mining Research Institute, Nagpur, (pp. 41-45), The Indian Mining & Engineering Journal.

91. Ranadive, M. S. (2005). “STRESS DISTRIBUTION AROUND TUNNEL OPENINGS BY AUTOLISP”. Indian Geotechnical Conference- 2005, Ahmedabad, 359-362.

92. Ranadive M. S. (2004). “Influence of Interface Coefficients on Displacement of Tunnels by Finite Element Method”. In Indian Geotechnical Conference- 2004, Warangal, (pp. 294- 297).

93. Ranadive M. S. (2003). “Analysis of Twin Tunnels by Finite Element Method”. Seminar on “Productivity and Speed in Tunnelling” at Dehradun.

94. Ranadive M. S. (2002). “Role of Interface Element in Finite Element Analysis of Tunnels”. ISRM India Symposium on “Advancing Rock Mechanics Frontiers to Meet the Challenges of 21st Century”, (pp. 53-61)

95. Ranadive M. S. (2001). “Finite Element Analysis of Tunnels With Reference to Parametric Study for Preliminary Design of Linings”. In National Conference on Hydraulics and Water Resources HYDRO 2001, (pp. 373-377), Central Water & Power Research Station.
 

Memberships and Affiliations: 

1. Member, American Society of Civil Engineers (M.ASCE), 2016 [ID No. 980408]

2. Fellow, Institution of Engineers, (India), (No. F-119943), July 2015.

3. Member of Indian Roads Congress, 2003 (OM-28792)

4. Life Member of Indian Geotechnical Society (LM 1953), 2002,

5. Member of Association of Consulting Civil Engineers (India) (L.No. 1569), 2004.

6. Member of Indian Concrete Institute ( LM 8155), 2006.

7. L.M.I.S.T.E. (No. LM 33762), 2002.

8. Member of Alumni Association, Pune. (LM No. 2812)

Current Projects : 

1. Consultancy Project of PMGSY, Pune and Nashik Region.

2. Consultancy Project of PMC, Pune.

   

Teaching Experience: 

32

Research Experience: 

32

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