Plastic waste continues to grow in almost all known and unknown regions of the planet. The project investigates the use of biological agents, mealworms and superworms, to convert plastic into organic matter using their natural digestive process. Experiments were executed in order to understand the eating behavior of the mealworms. They showed that the mealworms can consume polystyrene initially by eating the outer layer of test blocks. Methods were then developed In order to incentivise the worms to penetrate the styrofoam and increase the rate of consumption.
Computational Designer, Researcher, And Architecture, Masters in Advanced Architecture(2019-2021), Bachelors of Architecture done from Impact school of Architecture India (2013-2018). Assistant professor at Bangalore school of design (2018-2019) and Architect at Design studios Bangalore (2018-2019). Her research interests include Material research and advanced fabrication techniques like Robotic Fabrication. Co-Founder of ADD.apt(Architecture, Design Data), an architectural practice.more
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Effects of Replacing Cement by Date Palm Trees Wastes on Concrete Performance
Using Palm leaves fibres and ash to reduce cement content in concrete