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  • 2013

    Abhishek

    Internship Mumbai Metro

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    A

    Project Report

    On

    MUMBAI METRO ONE PVT. LTD.

    Submitted in partial fulfillment Of the requirement for the award of the degree of

    Bachelor of Technology

    In Civil Engineering

    By

    Abhishek Jain

    10ce000708

    Submitted to

    Department of Civil Engineering, Sir Padampat Singhania University,

    Udaipur 313601, Rajasthan, India

    Under the supervision of

    Mr. N.H. SRIKUMAR Addl. Vice President

    Mumbai Metro One Pvt. Ltd. Head-Civil (Depot)

    August, 2013

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    CERTIFICATE

    This is to certify that the Internship project entitled Mumbai Metro being

    submitted by Abhishek Jain, in fulfillment of the requirement for the award of

    degree of Bachelor Of Technology in Discipline of engineering, has been

    carried out under my supervision And guidance. The matter embodied in this

    thesis has not been submitted, in part or in Full, to any other university or

    institute for the award of any degree, diploma or Certificate.

    Mr. Col S. Mukherjee Mrs. Laxshmi Devi Head, Human Resource Head of Department Mumbai Metro One Pvt. Ltd. Department of Civil Engineering 4 Bungalows, Andheri (W) Sir Padampat Singhania University Pin 400058 Udaipur 313601 Rajasthan India Mr. Achintya Choudhury Dean, School of Engineering Sir Padampat Singhania University Udaipur 313601 Rajasthan India

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    ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

    I wish to communicate my deep sense of gratitude to Mr. Sri Kumar who

    actively supported and provided guidance to me throughout the project work.

    Their guidance provided me the invaluable insight in developing the project.

    I am very grateful for the entire information given, for guiding and encouraging

    all throughout project.

    Last but not least, I would like to solicitously thank Mr.

    Sanjay Sharma, Mr. Manish, Mr. Iqbal Sayed, Mr. Ashwin and Mr. Pravin for

    their valuable information.

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    CONTENTS

    1. A GLANCE OF MUMBAI METRO ONE ......................................................................................... 6

    2. STRUCTURES AT METRO DEPOT, DN NAGAR ........................................................................ 7

    2.1 DETAILS OF THE STRUCTURES .............................................................................................................. 8

    2.2 DETAILS OF PROJECTS CLIENTS ................................................................................................... 12

    3. ROOF WATERPROOFING ................................................................................................................ 13

    3.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................. 13

    3.2 Roof Waterproofing By Brick Bat Coba ............................................................................................................ 14

    4. CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT (CMU) ....................................................................................................... 15

    4.1 Types of CMU ........................................................................................................................................................... 15

    4.2 Grades of CMU Blocks ......................................................................................................................................... 15

    4.3 CMU Block Modular Sizes ...................................................................................................................................... 15

    4.4 Advantage of CMU ..................................................................................................................................................... 16

    4.5 disadvantages of CMU ............................................................................................................................................. 16

    5. CEMENT CONCRETE PAVING BLOCK ......................................................................................... 17

    5.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................. 17

    5.2 Application ................................................................................................................................................................... 18

    5.3 Process of Manufacture .......................................................................................................................................... 19

    5.4 Advantages ................................................................................................................................................................... 20

    5.5 Limitations ................................................................................................................................................................... 20

    5.6 Construction of Concrete Block Pavement ......................................................................................... 21

    Sequencing of operations: .................................................................................................................. 21

    6. BALLAST TRACK ............................................................................................................................................ 22

    6.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................. 22

    6.2 Properties of Track Ballast ..................................................................................................................................... 23

    7. PILE ...................................................................................................................................................................... 25

    7.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................. 25

    7.2 Procedure of Piling ................................................................................................................................................... 26

    8. Expansion joint ............................................................................................................................................... 29

    9. CONCLUSION ................................................................................................................................................... 30

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    1. A GLANCE OF MUMBAI METRO ONE

    The Mumbai metro is a rapid transit system which will be built in three phases over a 15-year period, with overall completion expected in

    2021.The Mumbai metros operator is Mumbai metro one pvt. Ltd. (MMOPL) .A

    joint venture Company formed by Reliance Infrastructure, Veolia Transport and

    the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA).

    The main objective of the Mumbai Metro is to provide mass rapid transit

    services to people within an approach distance of between 1 and 2 kilometers,

    and to serve the areas not connected by the existing Suburban Rail network.

    The construction of first phase began in February 2008 and is expected to be

    completed in 2013.

    Phase 1 is implemented on BUILD- OPERATE- TRANSFER basis. The 1st line

    is developed on BOOT basis for a 35 year period which is 12 km Verosva-

    Andheri- Ghatkopar corridor. The route follows the existing road and dots 12

    stations, all of them rising above platform level. The viaducts are elevated with

    PSC Segmental Construction supported on RCC Piers. The 1st lines depot is

    at DN Nagar and its U shaped Plan is one of its only kinds in the world, giving

    its uniqueness to the project.

    Figure 1.1

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    2. STRUCTURES AT METRO DEPOT, DN NAGAR

    1) Automatic Wash Plant (AWP)

    2) Heavy Cleaning Track - PEB (Pre- Engineered Building)

    3) Under Flow Wheel Lathe (UFWL)/Blow Down Plant (BDP)

    4) Receiving Substation

    5) Auxiliary Substation 2

    6) Auxiliary Substation 3

    7) Administration

    8) Operation Control Centre

    9) Playback and Training Room

    10) Store

    11) Water treatment Plant

    12) Waste Water Treatment Plant

    13) Cooling tower

    14) Inspection Workshop

    15) Maintenance Workshop

    16) Stabilizing Yard 1 & 2

    17) Reclining Viaduct

    18) Fire Station

    19) Pump House

    20) Open Storage Yard

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    2.1 DETAILS OF THE STRUCTURES

    1) Automatic Wash Plant: It is where the exterior part of the rolling stock is washed.

    It is located at the entrance of the depot.

    Water used for recycling is mostly recycled water sent from the Waste water

    treatment plant

    It is installed on the yard line leading to the depot ensuring washing of trains

    one after another.

    Washing is done when the train is moving at a speed of 5 to 8 kmph

    It drastically reduces the