NameDr. Rajesh Deoliya
Date of Birth24.07.1963
E-mailrdeoliya@gmail.com
Present DesignationSr. Scientist
DivisionStructural Engineering
RajeshDeoliya

Educational Attainments

Degree / DiplomaMain SubjectUniversity/Institution with DistinctionCountryYear of Passing
B.E.Civil EngineeringR. D. University, Jabalpur / Govt. Engineering College, Jabalpur (M.P.)India1985
Ph.D.Civil EngineeringIndian Institute of Technology, DelhiIndia1996

Specialization

a) Main Area of SpecializationStructure Engineering
b) Sub-area of SpecializationWind Resistant Design of Structures, Earthquake Resistant Design for Buildings, Service Life prediction for Concrete structures, Repair and Rehabilitation of Buildings, Safety and Reliability of Structures, Design of Lattice Steel Microwave Towers, Quality Assurance of Buildings

Countries visited in connection with higher studies, research training, employment and other scientific assignments:

Country visitedPurposeFromTo
TAIWANInternational training  program  for  “Seismic Design of Structures 2007” hosted by National Center for Research on Earth Quake Engineering of National Applied Research Laboratories and sponsored by National Science Council in TAIWAN22-10- 200726-10-2007
Publications and Patents
  • Current Publications (2009 onwards):
  1. Ashok Kumar and Rajesh Deoliya “ Criteria for  selecting  Glass in the Buildings” published in the Journal of Indian Building Congress, Vol-XVI , Vol-2, July 2009, pp 211-217.
  2. Rajesh Deoliya , Challenges in Life Prediction of RCC Structures,  paper published in National Conference  on Trends and Challenges in Structural Engineering and Construction Technologies-2009, Organised by CBRI Roorkee during February 2009.
  3. Ratnesh Kumar, Yogendra Singh, Rajesh Deoliya., Review of Retrofitting Techniques for Masonry Infilled RC Frame Buildings, paper published in National Conference  on Trends and Challenges in Structural Engineering and Construction Technologies-2009, Organised by CBRI Roorkee during February 2009.
  4. JSR Prasad, Y. Singh and R. Deoliya, Seismic Vulnerability Assessment of Housing Stock- a review, paper published in National Conference  on Trends and Challenges in Structural Engineering and Construction Technologies-2009, Organised by CBRI Roorkee during February 2009.
  5. H. Arora and R. Deoliya, Challenges in Evaluation and Condition Assessment of Structures Prior to Rehabilitation, paper published in National Conference  on Trends and Challenges in Structural Engineering and Construction Technologies-2009, Organised by CBRI Roorkee during February 2009
  • Publications previous to 2009:
  1. A. K. Pandey and Rajesh Deoliya, Distress diagnosis, Repair and Retrofitting of Bridges. Paper published in New Building Materials and Construction World, September 2008.
  2. Kumar P, Deoliya R,Explicit V/S implicit analysis of RC slabs under fire load. Journal of  Structural  Engg . (SERC Chennai, India), 2004, Vol.31,189-95.
  3. Rajesh Deoliya and T.K. Datta, “ Fatigue Reliability Analysis of Microwave Antenna Towers Due to Wind”, Published  in the Journal of Structural Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE), Vol-127, No.10, October 2001 , pp 1221-1230.
  4. Rajesh Deoliya and T.K. Datta, “ Reliability Analysis of Microwave  Towers for fluctuating mean wind with directional effect”, published in the Journal of Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 67, 2000. pp. 257-267.
  5. Rajesh Deoliya and T.K. Datta, “Reliability of Microwave Towers against Extreme Winds”,  Structural Engineering and Mechanics, Vol. 6, No.5, 1998, pp. 555-569.
  6. Rajesh Deoliya and Navjeev Saxena, “Structural Use of Glass in High Rise Buildings”, published in the proceedings of the 4th National Conference on Wind Engineering (NCWE-07) held during 30th October to 1st November 2007 at SERC Chennai.
  7. Navjeev Saxena, Rajesh Deoliya, and Ashok Kumar “Glass as a Versatile Modern Building Material”, published in the proceedings of National Seminar on Modern Trends in Architectural and Civil Engineering  practices, organized by Institution of Engineers (I) , Roorkee during 23rd and 24th November 2007.
  8. Navjeev Saxena, Ashok Kumar and Rajesh Deoliya, “Structural Modeling and Design Consideration of Tall Buildings”, published in the proceedings of National Seminar on Modern Trends in Architectural and Civil Engineering  practices , organized by Institution of Engineers (I) , Roorkee during 23rd and 24th November 2007.
  9. JSR Prasad, Y. Singh, R. Deoliya and Ravi babu, “Remote sensing and GIS application for Earthquake Risk Management of Rural Areas “, Published in the proceedings of National Seminar on GIS application in Disaster Management held during March 9-11, 2005, at National Institute of Rural Development, Hydrabad.
  10. Rajesh Deoliya and  A. Satrawala, BK Rao and BS Gupta “Life Prediction of R.C. Structures: A holistic Overview”  Published in the proceedings of  National Conference  IHCON 2003 organised by CBRI Roorkee during Sep 24-26, 2003.
  11. R.K. Garg, P. Lakshmy, D.C. Sharma and R. Deoliya, “Wind Induced Forces on Triangular Tubular Towers”, Published in the proceedings of Structural Engineering Convention-2001 on Recent Advances in Structural Engineering, held at  IIT Roorkee during 29-31 October 2001, pp. 741-746.
  12. P. Kumar and Rajesh Deoliya and Ram Kumar, “Formulation of Post Earthquake Damage Repair by Pseudo Distortion”, published in the proceedings of 12th symposium on EQ Engineering held at IIT Roorkee during 16-18 December 2002.
  13. A. Satrawala and R. Deoliya, “Future Infrastructure and Construction Technologies: A Perspective”  Published in the proceedings of  National Conference  IHCON 2003 organised by CBRI Roorkee during Sep 24-26, 2003.
  14. P. Kumar, R. Deoliya and B.K. Rao. “Heavy Weight Construction In Light Weight Material” by Published in the proceedings of National Conference IHCON 2003 organised by CBRI Roorkee during Sep 24-26, 2003.
  15. P. Kumar, Rajesh Deoliya and Ram Kumar, “Mathematical Modeling of  Structural Damage and Repair”, Published in the Proceedings of Structural Engineering Convention-2001 on Recent Advances in Structural Engineering, held at  IIT Roorkee during 29-31 October 2001, pp. 888-898.
  16. Rajesh Deoliya and S.K. Agrawal, “Computer Aided Analysis and Design of Transmission Line Towers”, published in the proceeding of International Seminar TRANSTOWER-96 on Modern Trends in the Design of EHV Transmission Line Towers held at Nagpur, IE(I) Nagpur, during 21-23 Feb’97, pp.2443-252.
  17. Rajesh Deoliya and S.K. Agarwal, “Probabilistic Design of Transmission Line Towers as per Indian Codal Provisions”, published in the Wind Effects on Structures, Proceedings of the Second National Seminar on Wind Engineering held at Structural Engineering Research Centre, Ghaziabad, during 3-4 April, 1997, pp. 166-180.
  18. Ghanekar V.K., Goyal J.K., Deoliya R., and Sahu G.K., “Preparation and Planning for an Urban Earthquake Disaster”, published in the proceedings of CBRI Golden Jubilee Conference on Natural Hazards in the Urban Habitats held at New Delhi in Nov., 1997.
  19. S.Saraswat, K. Chandra and Rajesh Deoliya, “Wind Resistant Design of Microwave Towers”, published in the Wind Effects on Structures, Proceedings of the Second National Seminar on Wind Engineering held at Structural Engineering Research Centre, Ghaziabad during 3-4 April, 1997, pp. 181-191.
  20. Rajesh Deoliya and T.K. Datta, “Field Measurement of the Characteristics of Wind Velocity and Corresponding Response on Flexible Systems”, Proceeding of 8th National Convention of Aerospace Engineers, Aerospace Engineering Division held at I.I.T., Kharagpur March 5-6, 1993.
  21. Rajesh Deoliya and T.K. Datta, “Reliability against first Passage Failure of Antenna Towers due to Random Wind Forces”, 9thInternational Conference on Wind Engineering, held at New Delhi in Jan 9-13, 1995.
  22. Rajesh Deoliya and T.K. Datta, “Fatigue Life Estimation of Antenna Towers under Gustiness of the Wind”, National Seminar of Aerospace Structures held at IIT Kharagpur during 8-9 Dec., 1994.
  • Tech. Reports:
  1. Remaining life assessment of RCC structural components subjected to combined action of weathering and other loads(2004). A report for Inhouse R&D project.
  2. Life Prediction of RC Structures in Aggressive Environment(2007),  A report for network project sponsored by Nodal Lab NML Jamshedpur (T E CA Project).
  3. Studies on the Design, Development and repair of RC near surface repositoriesfor disposal of radio active wastes(2002). A sponsored project report submitted to BARC Mumbai.
  4. Analysis and  design of  Transmission Line Towers(1998). A report for In house R&D project carried out at SERC Ghaziabad.
  5. Design wind speeds for India(1991). Project report submitted to DST New Delhi for a project carried out at IIT Delhi.
  6. Structural Assessment & Rehabilitation Of Faridabad Thermal Power Station Residential Colonies(2009). A Sponsored Project Report for HaryanaPower Grid Corporation Ltd., Faridabad (Haryana)
  7. Assessment of Physical Condition  and Techno Economic Analysis of Deen Bandhu Chhoturam Thermal Power Project  Colony, Yamuna Nagar, Haryana(2007), A Sponsored Project Report for Haryana Power Grid Corporation Ltd., (Haryana)
  8. Investigation of Cracks and Rehabilitation measures in Rastrapati Niwas, Shimla(2009), A sponsored project report for Centre for Advance studies, Shimla.
  9. Investigation of cracks and Rehabilitation of Qardian Mosque Building at  Amritsar(2005),  A sponsored project report.
  10. Deterioration Assessment and Recommendations for Restoration of IGIB   Building- A Inter Laboratory Project of CBRI Roorkee and IGIB New Delhi.
  11. Third Party Quality Assurance reports of Civil Construction Works Of Doon University At  Kedarpuram, Dehradun (U.K.).
  12. Use of Glass in Buildings(2004). A sponsored project report for All India Glass Manufacturing Association, New Delhi.
  13. Byelaws on Use of Glass in buildings for Bangalore, Bhopal, Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi and Agartala(2005). A project report for All India Glass Manufacturing Association, New Delhi.
  14. Stability analysis and design checking of 10 microwave towers located in U.P(2003)., A project report for Koshika Telecom Ltd., Lucknow (U.P.)
  15. Study of CECD Residential Buildings at Muzaffarnagar (U.P.) (2003), A project report submitted to Central Excise Deptt., MujaffarNagar(U.P.)
  16. Study of CECD Residential Buildings at Muradabad (U.P.) (2003), A project report submitted to Central Excise Deptt., Muradabad(U.P.)
  17. Analysis and Design of 35m high Watch Tower in Runn of Kutch, Gujarat.(2002) A project report for CPWD, New Delhi.
  18. Analysis and Design of 6 imageries platforms in Runn of Kutch, Gujarat(2002). A project report for CPWD, New Delhi.
  19. Investigation of distress in residential building of Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited at Gandhidham, Gujrat(2001).  A Project Report for BPCL, Gandhidham, Gujarat
  20. Analysis and checking of the design of 60m and 24m high lattice steel microwave towers(2001). A project report for Damini Engineering Pvt. Limited, Jaipur (Rajasthan).
  21. Checking of the Design of 39m Self supporting Tower(1998). A project report for M/S Protech Enterprises, 73-A, Hauzkhas Village, New Delhi
  • Scientific Books / Book Chapters:
  1. Co-Editor of the Conference Proceedings Published for the National Conference  “Trends and Challenges in Structural Engineering and Construction Technologies-2009”, Organised by CBRI Roorkee during February 2009.
  2. Contributed a chapter  “Determination of appropriate glass thickness” in “Guide lines for Use of Glass in Building”, published by NEWAGE INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHERS, New Delhi, 2007 (ISBN NO: 81-224-2065-6)
  • Articles: NIL
  • Patents filed / granted: 02 Nos.
  1. A Process for the Preparation of Polymeric Sulphonates useful as Surfactant from Cashew nut shell liquid No. 287/Del ?dated 4/5/1990
  2. A PATENT FOR “A PROCESS FOR THE MANUFA OF WATER REDUCING AGENT FROM COAL TAR Waste” CSIR, NO. NF74/2000 DATED  6-10-2000
  • Processes Developed: NIL
  • Process Under Utilization: NIL

Awards and Distinctions (including fellowships of the learned societies):.

Name of AwardAwarded byAwarded forYear
ISWE Best Paper Award-2002 (First Prize)Indian Society for Wind EngineeringBest paper published in the Area of Wind Engineering2004
Golden Jubilee Directors AwardCBRI RoorkeeFor Best paper published in Referred Journal (ASCE)2001-2002
Professional Experience:
Post heldName of the OrganizationPeriodArea of Experience
Scientist E-ICBRI RoorkeeJuly 2004 to till dateService Life of R.C. Structures, Earthquake Reisitant  Design and Construction, Wind Resistant Design of Structures
Scientist CCBRI RoorkeeJuly 1999 to June 2004Service Life of R.C. Structures, Safety and Reliability of Structures
Scientist BSERC GhazibadJune 1995 to July 1999Wind Engineering, Microwave and Transmission line Tower Design
Sr. Research AssistantI.I.T., New DelhiJan 1987 to May 1995Structural Dynamics, Random Vibrations, Wind Engineering, Reliability
Project EngineerRedicon (India) Pvt. Ltd., New DelhiMay 1986 to Jan 1987Site Engineer for several Transmission Line Tower Projects
Site EngineerGrover Construction Company, Idgah Hills, Bhopal (M.P.)Sep 1985 to Feb 1986Site Engineer for construction of a Hospital building and other Structures in Bhopal (M.P.)
Any other:
Details of Important Trainings

  1. CSIR Leadership Training Program (LDP 2008-02) organized at HRDC Ghaziabad During 2008.
  2. International training  program  for  “Seismic Design of Structures 2007” hosted by National Center for Research on Earth Quake Engineering of National Applied Research Laboratories and sponsored by National Science Council in TAIWANduring 22-26 October 2007.

Ph. D. Theses Supervised

A Ph. D Thesis has been supervised. Details are as follows:

Title :Seismic Vulnerability and Risk Assessment of Indian Urban Housing by J. Shiva Ranga Prasad,

Institute: Department of Earthquake Engineering, IIT Roorkee.