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- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoDiseño de una planta de tratamiento de aguas residuales domésticas de reúso para el proyecto de vivienda Alminar Samoa(Universidad de Ibagué, 2021) Machado Díaz, Daniela Alejandra; Velásquez Soto, Michael Steven; Delgadillo Mirquez, LilianaThe objective of this research work was to design and evaluate the viability of the construction of a gray wastewater treatment system for reuse in the Alminar Samoa housing project, a complex that has 960 apartments and a commercial mall located in the Ambalá neighborhood, from the city of Ibagué. Taking into account that the inhabitants of this residential complex have had different problems associated with the supply of water, strategies were designed for the reuse of treated gray water as a mean to reduce consumption and satisfy demand. The investigation was divided into four stages: in the first place, the flow calculation was carried out; later, a conventional wastewater treatment plant was designed; then, the construction plans were projected, distributing the space in such a way that the area was reduced and, therefore, the time of displacement of operators; and, finally, the economic feasibility study was developed, obtaining as main indicators an internal rate of return of 193 %, a discounted return period of 1,6 years and a cost-benefit ratio of 6,44. These indicators support the feasibility and sustainability of the study; this way, the proposed strategy is expected to function as a basis for the creation of a replicable system in other residential complexes in the country.
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoEvaluación de la capacidad estructural del módulo de aulas número 1 de la Universidad de Ibagué(Universidad de Ibagué, 2021) Sánchez Álvarez, Juan Felipe; Gómez Jurado, Cristian Fernando; Guerrero Chávez, Néstor LuisIt has been identified that, according to the dynamics of growth in the number of students at the University of Ibagué, its facilities are showing shortcomings in terms of capacity, possibilities of use and adaptation to new technologies. If one thinks about the construction of new facilities, two fundamental points should be put on the balance: the cost that would be incurred and the possible effects on the architectural heritage and the spaces of the University. For this reason, this project seeks to generate a proposal to study the structural capacity of the classrooms module No. I of the University of Ibagué in a way that adjusts to reality and allows us to obtain relevant and useful results, we will start from the work carried out by (Evaluation of the Resistant Earthquake Vulnerability of the Building Blocks of the University of Ibagué, Andrés Felipe Enciso Rodríguez, Francisco Javier Escobar Cervera and Jorge Andrés Ortiz Peña). In addition, the provisions of the NSR-10 will be taken into account. The properties of the materials of the constituent elements of the structural system will be determined from destructive tests. Subsequently, reinforcing steel requirements will be determined and compared with what is placed according to the loads, both in use and anticipated seismic
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoImpacto del día sin carro y sin moto en la Universidad de Ibagué(Universidad de Ibagué., 2020) Ovalle Arteaga, Cesar Augusto; Calderón Gómez, Luis Fernando; Zuluaga, Juan GuillermoThe present project is prepared in order to carry out a study at the University of Ibagué during the day without a car and without a motorcycle that was carried out on September 19, 2018, which, based on some vehicle capacity that took place in the parking lots of the university during a period from September 1 to September 18 of the same month, which corresponded to the previous days of the day without a car, in the same way there was capacity on September 19 and at the end of September 20 to October 18 so that a database will be created to respond to the objectives of the study. With this database, a comparison was made between the number of motorized and non-motorized vehicles before and after the day without a car to assess the impact this day has in terms of modal change in the university community.
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoEvaluación del cambio modal del día sin carro y sin moto del 13 de febrero de 2019 en la ciudad de Ibagué(Universidad de Ibagué., 2020) Díaz López, Catalina; Triana Valencia, Julián David; Zuluaga Villermo, Juan GuillermoThe main objective of this study is to measure, through a comparative evaluation, the impact on the way in which the inhabitants of Ibagué mobilized between the car-free day, developed on February 13, 2019, and the Master Plan of Mobility and Public Space of 2018 of the city. For this purpose, gaugings were made to analyze the variation in motorized volume taking into account which were the means of transport used, and the number of trips made at the following master stations: 15th Street with 5th Avenue, 43th Street with 5th Avenue and 60th Street with Ambala Avenue; and in the next time ranges: from 6:30 am to 9:30 am; 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m and 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m that day.
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoEvaluación del comportamiento de un asfalto modificado con Policloruro de Vinilo (PVC) y Grano de Caucho Reciclado (GCR)(Universidad de Ibagué., 2020) Lozano Castellano, Isabel Cristina; Reyes Tafur, Carlos Alberto; Salazar Susunaga, María PaulaRegarding the increasing volume of vehicular traffic and climatic variability, the technical behavior of conventional asphalt, used as a road surface, has been identified as an object of improvement, research and innovation. In recent years, asphalt modification technology has become an alternative to improve the mechanical behavior of asphalt mixtures that counteract the effects of the different environmental and loading conditions to which they are subjected. The objective of this research is to evaluate the influence on the physical and rheological properties of an asphalt cement CA 60-70, compared to the latter, modified by wet process with Vinyl Polychloride (PVC) and Recycled Rubber Grain (GCR) . The base CA is modified in different proportions of volume: one with only 12% of GCR, and another four combined with 12% of GCR and 0.5, 0.8, 1.0 and 1.5% of PVC, respectively. Stiffness and thermal susceptibility are assessed by penetration, softening point, penetration index and rotational viscosity tests, while adhesion with stripping and "plate" tests. The results show that the addition of PVC and GCR, produce a more rigid CA and with less thermal susceptibility to flow, although more viscous than the CA with only GCR. Therefore, better behavior of the modified mixture with PVC and GCR can be predicted in warm weather conditions