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SCIENCE, INDORE

SESSION 2018-19

S.G.S.I.T.S./Syllabus/2018-2019

CE:10003 : FUNDAMENTALS OF CIVIL ENGINEERING AND

APPLIED MECHANICS

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PRE-REQUISITE: XII standard (hssc)

Students should be able

1. To analyze and solve Elastic /Rigid body, Trusses and Frames subjected to Forces under static

equilibrium.

2. To calculate centre of Gravity and Moment of Inertia of Plane Areas.

3. To solve the problems of Static and Dynamic Equilibrium.

4. To measure linear Distances and Angles horizontally and vertically.

5. To measure and analyze heights and distances.

COURSE OUTCOMES:

Students should be able

1.To identify and analyze a system of forces, determine forces in members of trusses and calculate

support reactions for beam subjected to various types of loading.

2. To determine the Center of Gravity and moment of Inertia of a given Plane Areas.

3. To solve the problems of Static and Dynamic Equilibrium.

4. To Measure linear Distances and Angles horizontally and vertically by applying the knowledge of

compass surveying & leveling during survey work on field.

COURSE CONTENTS:

Forces and Equilibrium: Graphical and Analytical Treatment of Concurrent and Non-

concurrent Co-planner forces, Free Body Diagram, Force Diagram and Bow’s notations.

Application of Equilibrium Concepts: Analysis of Plane Trusses: Method of Joints, Method

of Sections. Support Reactions, Frictional force in equilibrium problems.

UNIT-2

Centre of Gravity and Moment of Inertia: Centroid and Centre of Gravity, Moment of Inertia

of Area and Mass, Radius of Gyration, Introduction to Product of Inertia and Principle Axes.

Rectilinear Translation: Kinematics of Rectilinear motion

UNIT-3

Beams: Types of Beams: Simply Supported Beam, Overhanging Beam, Cantilever Beam.

Types of Supports of a Beam or Frame: Roller, Hinged and Fixed Supports. Load on the

Beam or Frame: Different Types of Loading. Support Reaction of a Beam or Frame:

Analytical Method.

Introduction to Dynamics: Overview of Dynamics, Basic Concepts and Terms Used in

Dynamics, Motion, Types of Motion, Newton’s Laws of Motion, Newton’s Law of

Gravitation.

Linear Measurements: Chain and Tape Surveying, Errors and Correction, Obstacles, Area

Measurement by Planimeter.

Bowditch rule of correction for traverse, Accuracy and Precision.

UNIT-5

Levelling: Types of Levels, Levelling Methods, Height of Instrument and Rise and Fall

Method, Measurements, Recording, Reciprocal Levelling, Contours and Properties.

ASSESMENT: Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required, Evaluation

of Practical calculations & drawing sheets, internal submission and Viva Voice examination by internal

examiner during. Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration and Practical Viva Voice

Examination by external examiner

List of Experiments:

1.To study the colour conventions and various instruments used in chaining .

2.To determine the horizontal distance between two points by doing ranging and chaining.

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3.To determine perpendicular and oblique offsets from a given reference line.

4.To study prismatic compass and perform open traverse survey.

5.To do traversing of any regular figure with the help of compass and eliminate local attraction.

6.To determine RL of different points on the ground by fly or differential levelling with height of

instrument (HI) method

7.To determine RL of different points on the ground by fly or differential levelling with rise and fall

method

8.To determine area of an uneven plane with the help of a planimeter

ASSESMENT: Sessional work will be based on syllabus of Engineering Mechanics and Surveying.

TEXT BOOKS RECOMMENDED:

1. Prasad I. B., Applied Mechanics, Khanna Publication New Delhi, Edition 19th 2002.

2. Rajput .R.K., Engineering Mechanics, Dhanpat Rai and Sons New Delhi. Edition 3rd 2013.

3.Rammamurtham S., Applied Mechanics, Dhanpat Rai and SonsNew Delhi, Edition 2016.

4. Duggal S.K. ,Surveying Vol. 1, Tata McGraw- Hill Education New Delhi Edition 4th 2013.

5..Punmia, B.C., Surveying, Laxmi Publications, New Delhi, Edition 16th 2005.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1.Kumar KL, Engineering Mechanics, Tata McGraw- Hill Education New Delhi ,Edition 4th ,2011

2. Ferdinand.P. Beer. E, Russell ,Jr Johnston., David Mazurek, Philip J Cornwell, “Vector Mechanics for

Engineers: Statics and Dynamics”, McGraw – Hill Education New Delhi Edition 11th 2005.

3. Timoshenko, and Young D.H., “Engineering Mechanics”, Tata Mc-Graw Hill Education New Delhi

Edition 4th 2007.

2011

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SEMESTER

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B. E. II YEAR (4YDC)

CE: 21001: ENGINEERING GEOLOGY

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COURSE OBJECTIVES

COURSE OUTCOME:

Subject geology deals with origin and primitive structure of the earth. It illustrates the formation of the

earth’s crust, volcanic eruption, chemical composition, minerals occurrence etc. Specifically subject

also describes the geographical characteristics of Indian plateau, rivers, mountains etc. Apart from the

above topics subject also provides information about the physical chemical aspects of rocks and

minerals like crystallography and hardness scale etc.

COURSE CONTENTs:

SECTION - A

General Geology: Introduction to the subject of Geology, its objects and methods division of the

subject. Age, origin and interior of the earth. Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Continental drift and Isostasy.

Weathering, Erosions and Denundation.

Geomorphology: Basic concept of geomorphic significances of weathering and mass washing,

geomorphic cycle. Study of Fluvial, Glacial, Aeolian, Karst and coastal Topography. Relationship of

Geology Structure to Topography Influence of Rocks characters in the evaluation of land forms relief of

the earth, first, second and third order Principles of morphometric analysis, Geological action of

running water, wind and underground water. River valley development, water falls, river capture,

meanders, ox-bow lakes, Escarpment and related Structure, Transportation and Deposition by Rivers.

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UNIT-2

Mineralogy and Crystallography: Study of the physical properties of minerals, Moho’s scale of

hardness. The study of following minerals, Silica, Feldspars, Mica Tourmaline, Beryl Hornblende,

Asbestos, Garnet, Stibnite, Kiyanite, Graphite, Topaz, Hematite, Iron Pyrites, Magnetite, Limonite,

Galena, Malachite, Chalcopyrite : Elements of crystallography, the cubic (Galena type), Tetragonal

(Zircon type); Orthorhombic (Barytes types) Hexagonal (Beryl Type), Monoclinic (Gypsum Type), and

Triclinic (Axinite Type) System.

Syentie, Diorite, Gabbro, Dunite, Dolerite, Pegmatite, Graphic Granite, Ryholite, Trachyte, Andesite,

Basalt Pumics, Pitch stone, Obsidian.

Igneous intrusions: Concordant and Discordant. Sedimentary Rocks formation, classification.

The study of : Laterite, Bauxite, Conglomerate Breccia, Sandstones (Ferruginous, Ripple Marks,

Dentritic Markings), Grit, Arkose, Shale, Mudstone, Limestone, Shell and Coralline Limestones,

Stalactites and Stalamites.

Metamorphism : Definition, Agents and types, Study of Slate Phyllite, Schists (Hornblendxe, Mica

Chlorite, Kyabite), Gneisses (Hornblende, Augen, Mica, Granite), Marble, Quartzite.

UNIT-3

Structural Geology: Introduction Folds: Part of fold classification of folds based on different

geometrical parameters, Relation between major folds and minor folds. Joints: Types of Joints.

Unconformity and Overlap Faults. Effect on out crop of beds, Classification of faults. Criteria for

recognition of faults with folds. Morphology of principal types of secondary planer, structure in rocks

relation of schistosity and cleavage to folds. Linear Structures, Principle Types, Geometrical Relations

to Folds. Introduction to stratigraphic and equal area projection of structural data.

Stratigraphy and Indian Geology: General principles of startigraphy, Geological time scale division

of India in three units. Study of important Geological formation of the Peninsular India. Archeans

Dharwars, Cuddapah, VindhyanGondwana Systems, Deccan Traps.

UNIT-4

Engineering Geology: Preliminary Geological Investigations, relation between Geology and Civil

Engineering. Engineering properties of rocks and their relation to rock mass deformation. Rock

weathering and formation of soil. Institute and Transported Soils. Physical characters of building stones

and road metals. Influence of geological conditions of foundation and designs of buildings, stability of

hill slopes and transportation routes. Case histories of Engineering Projects. Geology of Reservoir and

Dam Sites, its location: Strength, Stability and water tightness of foundation rocks, their depth, physical

characters and effects of structural features.

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Tunnels: Effect of the structure of rocks, competency of rocks, suitable location of a tunnel, problems

of ground water seepage.

Bridges: Stability, effects of structural features on the stability of abutments and piers,

Its suitable location.

Hydrogeology :Hyrodgeology cycle, ground water in hydrological cycle. Origin of ground water and

springs. Geological structures favouring ground water occurrence. Classification of aquifers, ground

water provinces of India- their aquifers characteristics. Ground water occurrence and flow in Igneous,

Sedimentary and Metamorphic rocks. Geophysical prospecting and water logging.

ASSESSMENT:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS:

3. Study of unconformity and other structures.

4. Study of tunnels, rainfall and volcanoes.

5. Drawing of various cross sections of a geological map.

6. Study of rocks and minerals.

ASSESSMENT: Evaluation of drawings, internal submission and Viva Voice examination by internal

examiner. Practical Viva Voice Examination by external examiner during semester end.

TEXT BOOKS AND REFERENCE BOOKS RECOMMENDED:

1. Mukerjee E.K.A, Text Book of Geology, World Press Pvt. Ltd., Calcutta.

2. Legged R.F, Geology and Engineering, Mcgraw Hill.

3. Krgnine D.P. and Judd W.R, Principles of Engineering Geology, Mcgraw Hill.

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B. E. II YEAR (4YDC)

CE:21002: GEODESY

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COURSE OBJECTIVES

COURSE OUTCOME:

The subject geodesy deals with the engineering aspects of the surveying field which includes

determination of heights, distances, angels and elevations with the help of latest surveying instruments

and different methods of surveying. To familiarisethe students with the knowledge of modern

techniques in the field geodesy.

Theory:

Unit - 1. Theodolite: Measurement of Horizontal and Vertical Angles. Latitude and Departure.

Traversing and sources of errors, Gale’s Traverse Table, Modern Theodolites.

Unit –2 Tacheometry: Description of Tacheometer, Different systems of Tacheometer

Measurements, Stadia and Subtense Method, Tangential Method. Tacheometric Tables,

Modern Tacheometers in Stadia Surveying, Radial Contouring.

Unit –3 Trigonometrical levelling: Basic concepts of Trigonometrical Levelling. Determination

of Heights and Distances in cases where base of object are accessible and

inaccessible.Areas & Volumes: Determination of areas and volumes for survey data.

Unit –4 Curves:

(i) Simple circular curve, compound curve and reverse curve, Characteristic of all these

curves and setting out, obstacles in curve setting.

(ii) Transition curve: Types of Transition curves, superelevation, Length of Transition curve,

ideal transition curve and characteristics, setting out of transition curve.

(iii) Vertical Curve: Grade, rate of change of grade, types of vertical curves, setting out of

vertical curve.

conventional surveying, Electromagnetic wave theory – electromagnetic distance

measuring system – principle of working and EDM instruments, Components of GPS,

Applications of GPS.Shoreline Survey, Soundings, Method of locating soundings,

Reduction of Soundings, Plotting of Soundings, Three point method, Station pointer.

ASSESSMENT:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required, Evaluation of calculations

& drawing sheets, internal submission and Viva Voice examination by internal examiner

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Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration and Practical Viva Voice Examination by

external examiner

Text Books

1. Punmia B.C., “Surveying Vol. I & II”, 15th Edition, Laxmi Publications Pvt Limited, 2015.

2. Arora K.R., “Surveying Vol. I & II”, 14th Edition, Standard Book House Publications, 2016.

3. Duggal S.K., “Surveying Vol. I & II”, 14th Edition, Tata McGraw-Hill Education, 2013.

Reference Book

1 Francis H. Moffit& Bouchard Harry, “Surveying”, 10th Edition, New York Intext Educational

Publishers

2. Carl F. Meyer, Route Surveying & Design, 4th Edition, International Textbook Co.

3. Olliver and Clendinning, “Principles of Surveying Vol. II”, Van Nost.Reinhold,U.S.

4. Chandra A.M., “Plain Surveying,New”, Age International, 2015.

5. Chandra A.M., “Higher Surveying”, New Age International, 2015.

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B. E. II YEAR (4YDC)

CE:21003 : STRENGTH OF MATERIALS

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COURSE OUTCOME:

To make the students aware of the behaviour of structural members subjected to different kinds of

stresses, forces like tension / compression, shear, bending, torsion etc. This subject deals as a base for

the students in the structural engineering field.

Theory:

Unit - 1

Elastic Behaviour of Bodies: Stress and Strain. Normal and Shear Stresses and Strains.

Hooke’s Law and Poisson’s Ratio. Complementary Shear. Relations between the Elastic

Constants. Complex stresses. Stresses on Oblique Planes. Principal planes and Principal stress

and strains. Mohr’s diagrams.

Mechanical Properties of Materials: Strength, Stiffness, Elasticity, Plasticity, Toughness,

Hardness, Ductility etc. Ultimate Strength, Working stress and Factor of safety.

Unit – 2

Bending Moment and Shear Force: Bending Moment and Shear Forces at a Section of Beam

subject to Vertical Loads, Inclined Loads and Couples. Relation between B.M., S.F. and Loads.

Graphical Methods for drawing B.M. diagram and S.F. diagram.

Unit – 3

Stresses due to Bending and Shear: Theory of Bending Stresses due to Bending and Shear.

Distribution of Stresses along the Section. Modulus of Section and Modulus of Rupture. Beams

of varying Cross Section and Beams of uniform strength.

Unit – 4

Deflection of Beams: Uniform Curvature. Relation between the Deflection, Curvature and

Bending Moment. Slopes and Deflection of Beams. Macaulay's method, Moment area method,

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Conjugate beam method etc., Maxwell’s reciprocal theorem. Deflection due to Shear. Carriage

Springs.

Unit – 5

Torsion of Shafts: Pure Torsion. Twisting of Solid and Hollow Circular Cross Sections. Stresses

due to Torsion. Transmission of Power by Circular Shafts. Design of Shafts. Combined Bending

and Twisting.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required, Evaluation of Problems.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS:

List of Experiments:

1. To carry out tension test on tor steel and mild steel specification and to draw stress strain

diagram.

2. To find the modulus of elasticity of a given bar of steel and timber by deflection method.

3. To find the modulus of rigidity of a given rigid cord.

4. To determine the brinell hardness number for a surface of mild steel, cast iron, brass and

aluminium.

5. To carry out charpy and izod impact on mild steel, cast iron and aluminium specimen to

determine their impact value.

6. To verify law of polygon using universal force table.

ASSESSMENT: Evaluation on experiments performed & drawing sheets, internal submission and Viva

Voice examination by internal examiner and Practical Viva Voice Examination by external examiner

during semester end.

Books & References Recommended

Text Books

1. Rajput R. K., Strength of Materials,S.Chand Publications New Delhi, 6th Edition 2015

2. Ramamurtham S., Strength of Materials,Dhanpat Rai Publications New Delhi. Edition 2014

3. Punmia B.C., Mechanics of Material, Lakxmi Publication New Delhi. Edition 2017.

4. Singh Sadhu, Strength of Materials, Khanna Publishers New Delhi Edition 2009.

Reference Books

3. Ryder G.H., Strength of Materials., Palgrave Macmillan; Student international London edition 3rd

1969.

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B. E. II YEAR (4YDC)

CE: 21004 : MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY

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Course Outcome:

To gain the discrete knowledge of the engineering materials, the material technology subject involves

theoretical and practical approaches which helps in exploring the different kinds of material properties,

so that students can understand the nature and their significance in the field of Civil Engineering.

Theory:

Clay Products: Tiles, Different kinds of tiles, manufacture, varities, glazing, Porcelain,

Refractory materials, classification, properties.

types of Glasses.

Timber: Definition, uses of Timber, Physical and Mechanical properties, defects, Seasoning,

Preservation, Miscellaneous wood product.

Unit - 3

Plastic, Avtex.

Unit - 4

Concrete – Materials:

Cement, Aggregate, Admixtures, types and properties, workability, segregation and Bleeding,

Tensile and Compressive Strength, Modulus of Elasticity, Effect of Shrinkage and Creep. Mixing,

Transporting, Placing, Compaction, Finishing, Curing, Quality Control. Design of Concrete Mixes.

Introduction, Basic Considerations, Factors, Methods: DOE,AC.I.,Guildlines of BSI Methods.

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Material Science:

Inter atomic bonds, bonding force, bond energy, intermolecular bonds, thermal energy,

classification of solids, imperfections solids.

Behaviour of materials under compression, tension, bending, fatigue, creep, hardness, behaviour

of common materials under different loadings: Concrete, Steel, Timber, Plastics, Glass.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required, Semester-end: Theory

examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS:

1. To determine the specific gravity of cement.

2. To determine the fineness of cement sample by seiving a 90 micron IS sieve.

3. To determine (a) standard consistency and (b) initial and final setting time of given cement

sample by vicat's apparatus.

4. To determine soundness of a given cement and lime samples by Le-Chatelier Method.

5. To determine compressive strengh of 1:3 cement-sand mortar cube after 3 days and 7 days

curing.

6. To determine specific gravity and water absorption by coarse aggregate.

7. To determine fineness modolus and grain size distribution of a given (a) coarse (b) fine

aggregate.

8. To determine necessary adjustment for bulking of fine aggregate by field method and to draw a

curve between water content and bulking.

9. To determine consistency of concrete mix of a given preparation by slump test.

10. To determine cube strength of concrete of a given preparations.

11. To determine compressive strength of paving block.

ASSESSMENT: Evaluation on experiments performed, internal submission and Viva Voice

examination by internal examiner and Viva Voice Examination by external examiner during semester

end.

2. Rangwala, Engineering Materials, Charatar Publications.

3. Shetty M.S., Concrete Technology, Theory and Practical, S. Chand & Co. Ltd., New Delhi.

Reference Books

1. Mills A.P., Haywerd H.W., Radar L.F. , Materials of Construction, John Wiley & Sons, New York.

2. Nord M., Text Book of Engineering Materials, John Wiley & Sons , New York.

3. C.B.R.I., Building Materials, Roorkee.

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SEMESTER

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B. E. II YEAR (4YDC)

CE: 21502 : CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY - I

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COURSE OUTCOMES:

To make the students awareof the various types of construction like masonry, stone, concrete and timber

construction.

Theory:

1. Stone Masonry: Terms used and definitions, Type of Stone Masonry, Plant & Equipment Used,

Defects in Stones. Stone Masonry Details at Doors Window opening Cornices.

2. Brick Masonry: Characteristics and Classification of Bricks Laying and Bonds in Bricks Masonry,

Construction details of composite wall, Cavity wall, Hollow Block Construction, reinforced Brick

work.

3. Concrete Construction

i. Cast in Situ RCC Construction: Cost in Situ RCC Construction, Form Work for Various

Structural Components, Mixing and Placing Concrete, Reinforcement and its Placing,

Formwork and its design principles.

ii. Precast &Prestressed Construction: Introduction to precast &prestressed construction,

Joints in precast construction.

including Trusses.

5. Construction of Structure: Load Bearing, Framed and composite Construction, different types of

foundations, Bridging Elements, Arches and Lintels. Various Types of Retaining walls, Prefabricated

Construction.

6. Floors: Ground, Basement and Storey Floors, Types, Varieties of floor finishers.

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7. Roof: Types, Layout, Structure of Roof, Types of Coverings, Drainage arrangements, Ceilings.

8. Stairs: Types, Layout Design and Construction, Ramps, Ladders, Lifts, Escalators, Doors, Windows,

Ventilators – Their Types.

9. Finishes: Plastering, Pointing, white washing, Distempering Painting, Sources of dampness and

remedial measures. Types, cost of owning and operating, prime cost, depreciation economic life,

maintenance, repair, Earth Moving Machines, Concrete Construction Equipment, Aggregate

preparation Equipment, Dewatering equipment, The study of these Equipments should include

Types, Output Efficiency, Size, Application, Operation.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required. Semester-end: Theory

examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS :

2. Sheet 2 on stone masonry

3. Sheet 3 on brick masonry

4. Sheet 4 on block masonry

5. Sheet 5 on types of flooring.

6. Sheet 6 on types of roofs.

7. Sheet 7 on types of stairs.

Assessment:

examination by internal examiner.

Books Recommended :

1. Building Construction ,SushilKumar,Standard Publishers Distributors, 8hEdition 2016

2. Building Construction, Rangwala S C., Charotar Publishing House., 1980, 16th Edition 2009

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B. E. II YEAR (4YDC)

CE: 21503 : GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING - I

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PRE-REQUISITE: Strength Of Materials.

COURSE OUTCOME: Geotechnical engineering is a key subject which provides an insight in understanding the behaviour and

characteristics of the soil on the basis of various lab tests. Therefore to know the engineering properties

and the applicability through considering valid laws, theories and Indian standard classification, this

subject gives strength in the field of civil engineering.

COURSE CONTENTS:

Soil Mechanics: Definition and Scope, Factors of soil formation, Morphology, Pedological

Classification.

Introduction to Soil Structure and Clay Minerals, Structures of Kaolinite, Illite and

Montmorillonite. Different Systems of Soil Classification i.e.Particle Size,Textural,Unified and

AASHTO. Details of IS classification.

Unit – 2 Soil Properties : Density, Void Ratio, Porosity, Moisture - Content, Grain Size Analysis, Dry Sieve

Analysis, Wet Sieve Analysis and Sedimentation, Soil Consistency, Liquid Limit, Plastic Limit,

Shrinkage Limit Explanation of various indices like Flow-Index, Plasticity Index, Toughness

Index, Liquidity Index, Activity Ratio etc.

Unit – 3 Soil Water: Hygroscopic, Capillary and gravitational, Permeability of Soil, Darcy’s Law,

Laboratory determination of permeability and factors affecting permeability, seepage and flow net.

Effective, neutral and total pressure, quick sand phenomenon

Unit – 4

and Control. Compressibility and Consolidation of Soil, Terzaghi’s one Dimensional

Consolidation Theory, Pressure Void Ratio Relationship, Primary and Secondary Consolidation.

Unit – 5 Boussineq’s equation of stress distribution in soil due to concentrated load, line load, uniformly

distributed circular area. Pressure bulbs and contact pressure, newmark’s chart..

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Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS:

1. Determination of natural and hygroscopic moisture content of soil.

2. Determination of specific gravity of soil.

3. Determination of field density, field void ratio and degree of saturation of soil by core

cutter apparatus.

4. Determination of field density, field void ratio and degree of saturation of soil by sand

replacement method.

5. Grain size analysis of coarse grained soil using sieves.

6. Grain size analysis of fine grained soil by sedimentation using (i)pipette (ii) hydrometer.

7. Determination of liquid limit of soil by cassagrande’s apparatus.

8. Determination of liquid limit of soil by cone penetrometer.

9. Determination of plastic limit of soil.

10. Determination of shrinkage factors of soil.

11. Determination of deferential free swell of soil.

12. Determination of coefficient of permeability of soil by- (a) constant head method ,(b)

variable head method.

13. Determination of compaction parameters by- (a) light compaction, (b) heavy compaction.

14. Determination of density index of sand.

Assessment:Conduction of various tests on Soil, internal submission and Viva Voice examination by

internal examiner.

Books & References Recommended :

1. Punamia B.C., Soil Mechanics &Foundations.,Firewall Media, 2017 (16th edition)

2. Alam Singh, Modern Geotechnical Engineering.,CBS Publishers & Distributors, 2012 (3rd edition)

3. Gopal Ranjan& ASR Rao, Basic & Applied Soil Mechanics.New Age International, 2016 (3rd

edition)

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B. E. II YEAR (4YDC)

CE: 21551 : BUILDING PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE

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COURSE OUTCOMES:

To provide an overview of the building planning and its interior and exterior design aspects by

considering the standard regulations and bye-laws .This subject helps the student to build up their

knowledge in the field of infrastructure development.

COURSE CONTENTS:

Introduction to various building component, their definition and function.

Regulation and bye-laws, setbacks and open spaces, ground coverage and F.A.R., Site planning

and infrastructure provisions.

Lighting, Noise reduction.

Functional planning: Space Standards for various functions and optimization of space.

Unit - 3

Design principles of stair case.

Unit - 4

Brief Introduction to World Architecture: Roman, Greek, Buddhist, Islamic and Hindu.

Unit - 5

and Scale, System characteristics, Texture Pattern and Colour.

Expression working drawings, plans, elevations, sections, site plan and detailing, elements of

perspective view, parallel and oblique perspective.

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Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS:

1. Sheet 1 on sign conventions and symbols.

2. Sheet 2 on plan, elevation and section of doors and windows.

3. Sheet 3 on plan, elevation and section of stair case.

4. Sheet 4 on plan, elevation and section of detached house.

5. Sheet 5 on plan, elevation and section of semi detached house.

6. Sheet 6 on plan, elevation and section of row house.

7. Sheet 7 on perspective views.

Assessment:

examiner.

Text Books:

1. Shah M.h. & Kale, Building Drawing,Tata McGraw Hill, New Dehli

2. Swami N.K. & Rao A.K., Building Planning and Drawing, Charotar Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.,

7th Edition,2014

4. Deodhar S.V., Building science &Planning, Khanna publishers, 4th Edition,2011

References Recommended:

1. Miles Danby ,Grammar of Architectural Design.,Oxford University Press

2. National Building Code (SP-7) 2005 BIS New Delhi.,Bureau of Indian standards

3. M.P. BhumiVikas Rules 2012, Madhya Pradesh.

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CE: 21554: STRUCTURAL MECHANICS

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COURSE OUTCOME:

Course objective is to make aware the students about behaviour of different structural members. In this

subject detailed study of analysis of columns, methods of deflections, unsymmetrical bending is given.

This subject provides a base for the students in the structural engineering field.

COURSE CONTENTS :

Strain Energy: Resilience and Proof Resilience, Elastic Strain Energy in Materials subjected to

Tension, Compression, Shear, Bending and Torsion. Theories of Elastic Failure. Gradually and

suddenly applied Loads. Impact and Falling Loads.

Deflection of Structures: Strain Energy Method for Deflection of Beams and Determinate

Trusses, Castigliano’s First Theorem and its Application to find Deflections

Unit - 2

Columns and Struts: Long and Short Columns, Axial and Eccentric Loads. Euler’s Theory and

Rankine’s Formula for Axially Loaded Columns. Eccentrically Loaded Columns, ISI-Formula

for Columns, Introduction to Beam-Column behaviour and Column with Lateral Loads.

Unit – 3

Structural Section, Change in Orientation of Neutral axis-plane, Shear Centre.

Shells and pressure vessels: thin walled cylindrical and spherical pressure vessels under

internal and external redial pressure. Wire wound thin tubes

Unit – 4

Curved Flexural Members: Circumferential Stresses in Curved Beam, Correction Factors for

Straight Beams Formula, Radial Stresses in Curved Beams, Application to Closed Rings and

Chain Links. Bending of Curved Bar out of its Plane of Initial Curvature Application to Beams

Curved in Plain.

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Springs : closed coiled and open coiled helical springs. Stress in the spring materials. stiffness

of springs, spring subjected to axial loads and couples. Grouping of springs. Leaf Spring, Semi

Elliptic, Quarter Elliptic Spring.

Unit – 5

Basics of Mechanical Vibration :Signal degree of freedom system : Free & Forced vibration, Linear

viscous damper, Coulomb Damper, response Harmonic Excitation Rotation Unbalance &

support Excitation, Vibration isolation and Transmissibility. Single Degree of freedom system as

vibrometer accelerometer.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS:

1. To determine the deflection in overhanging beam experimentally and verification

of the same by the strain energy method.

2. To determine deflection in curved bars experimentally and verification of the

same by the strain energy method.

3. To determine deflection in truss experimentally and verification of the same by

the strain energy method.

4. To study the behaviour of a cantilever beam under unsymmetrical and

symmetrical bending.

5. To determine Euler's crippling load experimentally for various end conditions of

column and verification of the theoretically.

6. To verify castigliano's theorem by means of a mild steel bar.

7. To draw the shear force and bending moment diagram for a fixed and continuous

beam.

8. To draw the mohr's circle for the determination of principal moment of inertia

and verify it analytically.

9. To develop the computer program for the analysis of beams , trusses and frames.

10. To develop the computer program for the shear force and bending moment

diagram in beams and trusses.

Assessment:

Evaluation on experiments performed & drawing sheets, internal submission and Viva Voice

examination by internal examiner.

Books & References Recommended :

Text Books

1. Punmia B.C., Strength of Material and Mechanics of Structure, Vol. II., Standard Publishers

Distributors Edition 12th 2004.

3. Timoshenko, Strength of Material. ,CBS Publishers & Distributors Edition 3rd 2004.

4. Mario Paz, Structural Dynamics.,Springer; 5th Corrected ed. 2004

5. Singh Sadhu, Strength of Material., Khanna Book Publishing New Delhi Edition 2009

Reference Books

1. Reddy, C.S, Structural Analysis., McGraw-Hill Education New Delhi Edition 2nd 2007

2. Ramamurtham, Theory of Structure.,Dhanpat Rai New Delhi Edition 2015

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Pre-requisite: Concepts of forces & equilibrium, mechanics of solids and basic laws of statics and

dynamics.

COURSE OUTCOMES:

The candidate will be able to understand the behaviour of fluid at rest and in motion with the concepts

of fluid statics, kinematics and dynamics. Basic concepts of model study are also developed along with

laws of similarity and similitudes. Further the concepts of pipe flow & free surface flow are developed

and the student will be able to analyse different pipe flow and open channel flow systems.

COURSE CONTENTS :

Introduction : Scope and Application of Fluid Mechanics : Physical Properties of Fluids:

Density, Specific Weight, Specific Volume, Specific Gravity, Viscosity, Dynamic & Kinematic

Viscosity, Newton’s Law of Viscosity, Classification of Fluids, Compressibility, Cohesion,

Adhesion, Surface Tension, Capillarity, Vapour Pressure.

Equilibrium of Fluids: Pressure at a Point, Pressure Variation, Barometer, Gauges, Manometers,

Hydrostatic Forces, Equilibrium of Fluid in Motion, Floatation - Stability of Floating and

Submerged Bodies, Fluid Masses subjected to Rotation, Free and Forced Vortices.

Unit - 2

Kinematics of Fluid Flow: Velocity field, classification of flows, Stream, Path & Streak Lines,

Continuity Equation, Stream Function, Velocity Potential, Flow-nets.

Dynamics of Fluid Flow: Euler’s Equations of Motion, Bernoulli’s equation, Pitot tube, Prandtl

Tube, Flow through Openings - Orifices, Mouth pieces etc., Flow through Notches Weirs,

Empirical formulae.

Unit - 3

Buckingham-II-Theorem, Dimensionless Numbers, Principles of Similitude & Applications.

Unit - 4

Flow Through Pipes : Laminar Flow, Flow between Parallel Plates, Measurement of Viscosity,

Reynold’s experiment, Turbulent flow in Pipes, Solution of Pipe Flow Problems, Flow in Pipe

Network- Hardy Cross Method, Losses in Pipes, Measurement of Pipe Flow - Orifice, Nozzle,

Bend Meters, Rotameters. Concept of Water Hammer and Surges.

Unit - 5

Momentum Equations, Pressure, Velocity Distributions, Uniform flow, Concept of Normal Depth,

Chezy, Manning and other formulae. Best Hydraulic Sections, Specific Energy, Specific Force,

Hydraulic Jump and its characteristics, Gradually Varied Flow, Surface Profiles, Dynamic

Equations, [Sessional Work: Experiments on basic principles of Fluid Mechanics. Practical Exam:

Experimental & Oral Exam. Based on above Sessional Work. Measurement of flow in Open

Channels.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required, Evaluation of calculations

& drawing sheets, internal submission and Viva Voice examination by internal examiner

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration and Practical Viva Voice Examination by

external examiner

3. To determine pipe friction losses for different materials.

4. To determine minor losses, sudden contraction, bend, elbow, sudden expansion.

5. To determine impact of jet.

6. To determine LD ratio for orifices and mouthpieces.

Books & References Recommended:

1. Nagaratnam S., Fluid Mechanics, Khanna publishers, 5th Edition, 2005

2. Jain A.K., Fluid Mechanics, Khanna publishers, 5th Edition, 2014

3. Subramanyam K., Fluid Mechanics,McGraw Hill Education (india) Private Limited, 9th edition

2001

4. Modi P.N. & S.M. Seth, Hydraulics & Fluid Mechanics,Standard Book House, New Dehli,

20th Edition, 2015

Reference Books:

1. Chow V.T., Open Channel Hydraulics, The Blackburn Press, 6th Edition

2. Rangaraju K.G., Flow Through Open Channels, Tata McGraw Hill, New Dehli, 2nd

Edition,1993

StreederV.L.,Fluid Mechanics, Tata McGraw Hill, New Dehli, 3rd Edition, 2015 .........

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COURSE OUTCOME:

Through this course students will able to understand the elements of geometric design. The components

of traffic engineering and their application is the field will also be studied by students. The components

of railway engineering in detail will also be studied by students. The Harbour m& Docks will also be

studied by students.

Highways :Classification of Roads, Road Patterns, Brief History of Road Development around

the World, Road Development Plans of the India, Present Status of Roads in India, Alignment

Design, Requirements and Controlling Factors, Use of Aerial Photography and Remote Sensing,

Other surveys.

Unit - 2

Geometric Design: Typical Cross Sections in Urban and Rural roads, Various Cross Sections

Elements, Width of Carriage-way, Shoulders, Medians, Width of Roadways, Right of Way,

Camber, Design Speed, Sight Distance, Stopping Sight Distance, Passing Sight Distance, Sight

Distance at Inter-Section, Passing Zones, Super Elevations, Set Back, Extra Widening on

Horizontal Curve, Transition Curve, Design of Horizontal and Vertical Alignment, Combinations

of Horizontal and Vertical Alignment.

Unit - 3

Traffic Engineering : Definition, Road User and Vehicle, Traffic Studies - Speed, Volume, Origin

& Destination, Capacity, Parking and Accidents, Traffic Signs, Traffic Markings, Traffic Signals -

Types, Signal systems, Warrants and Design, Traffic Management, Intersection Types - At Grade

& Grade Separation, Rotary Design, Street Lighting.

Unit - 4

Railway Engineering : Early development in rail transport, Permanent Way, Gauges,

Sleepers, Ballast, Rails, Rail Fastenings, Calculation of Materials for Permanent way, Coning of

Wheels, Rail Cross Section, Tilting of Rails, Wear & Creep of Rails, Geometrics, Gradients,

Transition Curves, Widening of Gauges on Curves, Cant & Cant Deficiency.

Points & Crossing - Design of Turn outs and description of Track Junctions, Signalling and

Interlocking, Classification of Signals and Points, Control of Train, Track Circuits, Station Yards.

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Waters, Jetties, Groins, Revetments & Bulk Heads, Vertical Walls.

Process due to break Waters, Concepts and Principles of Design of different Structures, Planning

& Design of Port Facilities, General Layout and Design Considerations, Pier and Wharf Structure,

Fender Systems, Container, Port, Birth and ship Dimensions.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Practical Viva Voice Examination by external examiner.

PRACTICALS:

List of Experiments:

1. To find the ratio of traffic volume and traffic capacity of given road.

2. To determine spot speed using enoscope.

3. Design and analysis of traffic signal at lantern square, Indore.

4. Design of rotary intersection, Indore

5. Design of parking space at SGSITS college, Indore

Assessment:

examination by internal examiner

Books & References Recommended:

1. Khanna S.K. & Justo, C.E.G. “Highways Engineering” 10th edition. Nem Chand and Brothers,

2015.

2. O. Flaherty C.A., “Highway Vol. I & II:, Butterworth Heinemann, 2002.

3. O. Flaherty C.A., “Traffic Engineering and Transport Planning”, 2006.

4. Anita K.F., “Railway Track Design, Construction, Maintenance and Renewal of permanent way,

Bombay”, New Book Company, 1945.

5. Paul H. Wright and Norman J. Ashford, “Transportation Egg. Planning and Design”,4th edition,

1998.

6. L.R.Kadiyali&N.B.Lal, “Principles & Practices of Highway Engg, Khanna Publishers”, 2005.

7. IRC -.67-2012, “Code of Practice for Road Signs”.

8. IRC - 35-1997, “CODE OF PRACTICE FOR ROAD MARKINGS”.

9. IRC - 83-1988, “Code of Practice for Road Bridges”.

10. IRC - 86-1983, “Geometric design standards for urban roads in plains”.

11. IRC – SP No.23, “Vertical Curves for Highways”.

12. IRC-106-1990, “Guidelines of Capacity of Urban Roads in Plain Areas”.

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COURSE OUTCOME:

In the Human life, Water plays an important role, so that to aware the Quality and Quantity of the water

in the Public Health, This subject has two branches one which helps for determination of population

Forecasting, Water Demand as per Indian Standards, water transmission with hydraulic calculations,

and other one involve waste water collection, transmission and design of sewage system as per

standards.

Quantity and Quality of Water : Introduction, quantity of water, population forecasting-different

methods, limitations, and field practice, water needs-different uses, factors influencing demands,

fluctuation in demand (daily, hourly and seasonal), design period.

Quality of water-objective, types of impurities and their sources and effects, water borne diseases,

standard of drinking water, examination of water (physical, chemical & bacteriological and

sanitary significance as of important parameters, sources-ground and surface sources and their

quality, impounding reservoir and its capacity, safe yield of wells. Intakes- types & working.

Unit - 2

Water Transmission: Materials and class of pipes-specification, merits & demerits of pipes cast

iron, vertically cast and spun pipes, mild steel pipes, asbestos cement, R.C.C and prestressed pipes,

Plastic Pipes, bell and spigot joint, double flanged joints, special joints, rubber gaskets and roll on

joints, joint material poured joints, electrically invalated joints wrought iron pipes and fittings,

service pipes, connections and size, material of pipes.Corrosion in pipes- Galvanic, Biochemical,

Biological, Stress Corrosion.

Distribution System: Types of distribution systems, main considerations, design of distribution

system, Hazen Willam’s formula and its application, analysis of Hydraulic pressures and flow,

equivalent pipe method for parallel and series pipes, location of mains, specials and fitting such as

tees, bends reducers and valves locations, leak detection, its importance, extent of leakage

methods of detection.

Quality of Waste Water : Characterisation & composition physical, chemical, microbiological,

primary parameters of pollution BOD, COD, total solids, volatile solids total organic carbon,

nitrogen & its forms, pH, Chlorides, Colour, Toxic Substances, Micro Organisms etc.

Unit - 5

Design of Sewerage System: Types of systems, sanitary sewers, storm sewers, combined and

partially combined sewers, quantity of sewerage, infiltration, design period, factors, self-cleaning

velocity, maximum velocity depth/section of sewers, minimum size, slope, alignments. Manholes,

Ventilating Shafts etc. Use of Manning’s Formula, Partial Flow in Sewers, Design of Sewers from

Flow Charts, Pumping of Sewage.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Practical Viva Voice Examination by external examiner.

PRACTICALS:

List of Experiments:

1. To determine the pH value of given sample of water and to calculate the pH value of

given sample of water and to calculate the dose of chemical for adjusting the pH to a

specific value for treating 10 MLD of water.

2. To determine the acidity of given sample of water.

3. To determine the alkalinity of given sample of water.

4. To determine the chlorides in the given sample of water.

5. To determine the total hardness and calcium hardness in the given sample of water.

6. To determine the dissolved oxygen in the given sample of water.

7. To determine the total, suspended and dissolved in the given sample of water.

8. To determine the amount of sulphates in the given sample of water.

9. To determine the chemical oxygen demand (C.O.D) of a given sample of waste of

waste water.

10. To determine the B.O.D of the given sample of water/waste water.

Assessment:

internal examiner.

Books & References Recommended :

2. Kshirsagar K.R., Sanitary Engg.,Roorkee Publishing House, Roorkee

3. Hussain, Water Supply and Sanitary Engg.,Oxford& I B H Pub

4. Birdi G.S., Public Health Engg.,DhanpatRai and Sons.

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B. E. III YEAR (4YDC)

CE31003: DESIGN OF RCC STRUCTURES

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COURSE OUTCOME:

Students will come to know about various design methods and design procedure of various structural

elements.

Stress Design Method : Assumptions, Distribution of Stresses and Transformed Area, Rectangular

Beam Section, Analysis and Design of Singly and Doubly reinforced sections T and inverted L-beam

section-Analysis and Design of Singly and Doubly Reinforced Sections, use of Design Aids.

Reinforcement Detailing : Requirement governing Reinforcement Detailing, Curtailment of Tension

and Compression Reinforcement, Spacing of Reinforcement and Diameter of Reinforcement and Cover

to Reinforcement. Requirement of Reinforcement in Structural Members.

Unit – 2

Limit State Method of Design: Assumptions, Rectangular Beam Section, Analysis and Design of

Singly and Doubly Reinforced Section Design of T and inverted L Sections, Use of Design Aids.

Shear: Behaviour of R.C. Beam in Shear, Design of Shear Reinforcement by Limit State, Method.

Bond: Nature of Bond between Concrete and Reinforcing Bars, Design Bond Stress Based on Limit

state Method.

Unit – 3

Slab: One way Solid Slab, Simply Supported and Continuous Slabs, Slab Spanning in Two directions at

right angles, Sabs carrying concentrated loads, Load carried by supporting beams, Permissible shear

stress in Solid Slabs, Sketching of Reinforcement in Solid Slabs.

Stair Case: Types of Staircases, Inclined and Cantilever, Effective Span of Stairs and distribution of

Loading, Analysis and Design of Stairs.

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Compression Members: Classification, Pedestal, Long and Short Column. Design of Short Columns,

Long Columns and Helical Columns - Limit State method, Eccentrically Loaded Columns.

Footing: General types, Structural behaviour and Design approach. Footing for Walls, Isolated column

footing, Combined Rectangular and Trapezoidal Footings and Combined Strip Footing.

Unit – 5

fort retaining Walls.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS :

1. Sheet 1 on design of steel sections.

2. Sheet 2 on connections: (a) bolted connections (b) welded connections.

3. Sheet 3 on design of tension members.

4. Sheet 4 on design of column (a) simple/lacing column (b) built up column.

5. Sheet 5 on design of gusseted/base slab.

6. Sheet 6 on numerical problems of plastic analysis.

Assessment:

examination by internal examiner.

Books & References Recommended:

1. Mallick S. K. & Gupta A.P., “Reinforced Concrete”,Oxford I B H

2. Jain O.P. &Jaikrishna,“Plan Reinforced Cement Concrete”, Nemchand Bros., Roorkee.

3. Jain A.K., “RCC Desing”, Nemchand Bros., Roorkee.

4. Syal and Goyal, “Reinforced Concrete Structures”, Wheeler Publishing, Allahabad.

5. R.C.C Design By H.J.Shah,Charotkar publication.

6. R.C.C Design By Pillai Menon,TMH Publication.

7. R.C.C Design By P.C Verghese ,published by Prentice-Hall of India.

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CE31005: STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS I

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COURSE OUTCOME:

To make the students familiar with different kind of structures like fixed and continuous beams , arches ,

cable and suspension bridges. Structural members subjected different kind of loading This subject

provides a base for the students in the structural engineering field

COURSE CONTENTS:

Unit - 1

Types of Structures, Different type of loading and supports, Static and Kinematic Indeterminacy,

Displacement due to real work, displacements of Beams, Trusses by Unit Load Method,

Displacement due to lack of fit, temperature variation, support movements.

Method of Consistent Deformation (Force Method) for Beams, Frames and Trusses uptoTwo

degrees of indeterminacy. Flexibility Coefficients, Redundant Trusses, Effect of Temperature,

Lack of Fit, Support Movements, Least Work Method for Trusses.

Unit - 2

Fixed and Continuous Beams: Beams fixed at ends, Beams of varying Cross-Sections, Partially

Fixed at Ends. Effect of Settlement of Supports. Three Moment Theorem for Continuous Beams,

Beams of Uniform and varying Cross-Sections. Effect of Settlement of Supports.

Unit - 3

Influence lines for Beams, Trusses and Arches, Rolling Loads on Bridges - Absolute Maximum

Bending Moment.

Unit - 4

Arches Horizontal Thrust, Radial Shear, Normal Thrust, BMD, Influence Lines for Three Hinged

Arches.

suspension bridges.

ASSESSMENT:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

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PRACTICALS :

List of Experiments

1. To determine the support reactions for moving load on given beam.

2. To determine the horizontal reaction of portal frame with one end hinged.

3. To determine the horizontal reactions of portal with one end fixed.

4. To determine the support reaction of a three hinged arch.

5. To draw the influence line diagram for different parameters of beams.

6. To draw the influence line diagram for forces in trusses.

ASSESSMENT:

examination by internal examiner

Books & References Recommended :

2. Kinney J.S., Indeterminate Structural Analysis, Oxford IBH Publishing.

3. Punmia et.al. Theory of Structure,Laxmi Publications, New Delhi

Reference Books

1. Wilber J.B. and Norris C.H., Elementary Structural Analysis, Tata McGraw-Hill

2. Gere J. Mad, Weaver W., Analysis of Framed Structures, D. Van Nostrand Co.

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CE31010 : WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING

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Pre-requisite: The student must know about the basic concepts of fluid mechanics along with capability

of handling open channel flow systems.

COURSE OUTCOMES:

The student will be able to understand the concept of irrigation along with different types of irrigation

schemes. The concepts of soil water plant relationship along with crop water requirement are also

developed. The assessment of available water is also described with detailed concept of hydrologic

analysis including precipitation analysis, rainfall Runoff process, and design flood estimation along with

hydrograph analysis. Further introduction to various hydraulic structures is given along with detailed

design concepts of earthed channels.

COURSE CONTENTS:

Introduction: Occurrence of Natural Water, Sources of Water, Surface and Sub-surface sources, Quality

and Quantity of different sources.

Irrigation Engg. Definition, Need, Scope & Types of Irrigation, Water Application Methods, Soil-Water

Plant relationship and Assessment of Irrigation requirements. Quality of Irrigation Water, Rotation of

Crops.

Unit - 2

Irrigation Schemes, Direct & Storage Schemes, Canal Systems, Planning & Layout of a Canal System,

Design of Canals, Regime concept & Tractive force Method of Channel Design, Channel Losses, Canal

lining, Design of Lined Channel Section Water Logging, Causes & Effects, Remedial Measures, Salinity,

Land Reclamation, Drainage.

Earth Dams, Types of Weirs, Introduction to: Spillways, Energy Dissipation Devices, Canal Regulation

Structures like Head & Cross Regulations, falls, Gross Drainage works, Escapes, Outlets, Their Need,

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Reservoir.

of Runoff, Empirical Formulae, Rainfall-Runoff relationships, Hydrometry, Methods of Stream

Gauging, Rating Curves, Ground Water: Elements of Ground Water Hydrology, Well Hydraulics,

Equations of Ground Water flow, Solutions and applications, Concepts of Artificial Recharge.

Unit – 5

Hydrographs, Synthetic U.H., Summation Hydrograph, Design Storm Design Flood by U.H.

ASSESSMENT:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS :

1. Study of various hydrometerological instruments.

(a) self recording rain gauge.

(b) Pan evaporimeter.

2.Determination of pan evaporation.

3. (a) calibration of lysimeter (b) determination of components of hyrdrological cycle using lysimeter.

4. infilteration experiment.

5. (a) measurement of rainfall intensity and uniformity by rainfall simulator.

(b) measurement of splash erosion by rainfall simulator.

(c) measurement of wash off erosion by rainfall simulator.

6. Flood routing.

(a) specific energy curve plotting

(b) study of hydraulic jump

(c) friction blocks

(d) venturi flume experiment

(e) study flow over structures : sharp crested weir,broad crested weir and ogee weir

(f) calibration of sharp-crested weir, broad-crested weir and ogee weir

(g) horizontal expansion in a channel

2. Study of four meters adjustable hydraulic flume.

(a) vertical contraction in a channel

(b) horizontal contraction in a channel

(c) vertical fall

4. Electrical analogy method for drawing flow-nets

5. Flow meter in a channel : broad crested weir

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ASSESSMENT:

examination by internal examiner.

Books Recommended :

Text Book:

1. Punmia B.C. &PandeB.B.Lal : Irrigation & Power Engg.,Laxmi Publication (P) LTD. 16th Edition

2016

2. Subramanya K., Engg. Hydrology,Tata McGraw-Hill Education. 4th Edition 2015

3. Garg S.K. :Water Resources Engg., Khanna publication. 3rd Edition2010.

Reference Books:

1.Chow V.T.(ed) H.J., Book of Applied Hydrology,McGraw Hill Education (India) Private Limited. 2nd

Edition 2010

2.Micheal A., Irrigation Theory &Practice,Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2nd Edition 2009

3.Raghunath H.M., Ground Water, New Age International.3RD EDITION 2011

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CE31501: ENVIRONMENTAL ENGG.- II

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COURSE OUTCOME:

The student are apprised with the planning and design aspects of various unit processes/ unit operations

being practised for water and sewage treatment required for community.

Theory :

Public attitude and national significance of water quality affecting use, quality control, history,

inter-relationship of health, quality criteria for drinking water, necessity of treatment, water borne

diseases. Theory, operation and design of settling tanks : Plain sedimentation, sedimentation basin

design, theory and practice, depth, detention period, over flow rate, flow velocity and capacities of

basins, surface area, rectangular and circular settling basins, upward and horizontal flows,

relations of length and width, inlet and outlet devices, baffles, sludge storages and sludge removal,

tube settlers, theory and practices, sludge removal, sludge disposal, sludge blanket clarifiers.

Unit – 2

Coagulation : Theory of coagulation, common coagulants, other chemicals, polyelectrolytes,

theory and practice, practical consideration in the use of coagulants with their merits, feeding

devices, settling periods, measurement and observation of floc by jar test.

Sand Filtration : Theory of filtration, description of slow sand and rapid sand gravity filters, their

comparison and merits, design of rapid and slow sand filters, media characteristics for filters, size

and depth, filter gravel and under drains, negative head and other problems in filtration, rate

controller, back washing of filters, amount of wash water, theory of multimedia and mixed media

filters constituents advantages and dis-advantages.

Unit – 3

Methods of disinfection : Purpose and methods, Chlorination, forms of chlorine, Chlorine

Demand, Determination of Residual Chlorine, Doses required, effectiveness of Chlorination,

Bacteria, Virus, Break Point Chlorination Theory, advantages and disadvantages, super

chlorination and dechlorination, merits, prechlorination purpose and precautions, double

chlorination, chlorine-ammonia treatment advantages and disadvantages, compounds formed with

chlorine in the presence of ammonia, effect of pH, effects of compounds in disinfection, other

methods of disinfection in brief ozone, U.V., rays action of metals, Iodine, Bromine,

Chlorinedioxide, Algicides.

Unit – 4

Introduction to waste water treatment and disposal : Introduction, necessity of treatment, extent of

treatment, primary treatment works, screens, grit chambers, grease and oil removal, sedimentation,

coagulation, flocculation.

factors, humus tanks.

modification etc.

Anaerobic digestion of sewage sludge : Generation of Methane Design Principles of Digestors,

Drying of Sludge and Ultimate Disposal, ultimate Disposal of Sewage on land and in Water.

ASSESSMENT: Two Mid-Term tests and make up test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 hours.

PRACTICALS:

List of experiments :

1. To determine the pH, acidity and basecity of the given alum sample.

2. To determine the soluble iron compounds of the given alum sample.

3. To determine the water soluble aluminium compounds of the given alum sample.

4. To determine the biodegradablility of given wastewater sample (COD/BOD ratio).

5. To determine the MLSS and MLVSS of given wastewater sample.

6. To determine the sludge volume index (SVI) of the given sewage sample.

7. To determine the pH and moisture content in the given solid waste sample.

8. To determine the volatile and non-volitile substances in a given substances in a given soild

waste sample.

9. To study the respirable dust sampler and to determinetotal suspended perticulate matter and

respirable perticulate matter with the help of RDS in ambient air.

10. To study the determination of nitrogen dioxide (NOx) with help of RDS in ambient air.

11. To study the determination of sulphur dioxide (SOx) with help of RDS in ambient air.

12. To study the jar test apparatus and to determine the optimum dose of coagulant.

13. To study the turbidity meter and determine turbidity of given sample.

14. To study the characteristic of biomedical waste.

ASSESSMENT:

Evaluation through checking of lab journals for each experiment performed study of relevant I.S.

codes, internal submission and Viva-Voce examination by internal examiner. Semester-end:

Practical Viva Voce Examination by external examiner.

Books & References Recommended:

Text Books

1. Fair Geyer &Okun, Water Supply and Waste Water Removal Vol. I.,John Wiley & Sons.

2. Geyer &Okun, Water Purification and Waste Water Treatment and disposal Vol. II. Fair, Wiley.

Reference Books

1. APHA, AWWA, WPCF etc Standard Methods for Examination of water and Waste water

2. Manual on Water Supply & Treatment, CPHEEO New Delhi

3. Manual on Sewerage & Sewage Treatment, CPHEEO, New Delhi

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B. E. III YEAR (4YDC)

CE31502: DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES

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COURSE OUTCOMES:

Students will be able to design basic structural element made up of steel and will know about behaviour

of steel structure.

Structural Design And Their Preparation : Different types of Structural Steel Products, Their

designation.

Connection:Rivetted and Bolted Connections, Lap and Butt Joints Bracket Connection, Flange

Plate Connections, Beam and Built up Beams and Columns, Beam Column Connections, Beam

and Column splice connection through sketches, Assumptions in Bolted and Rivetted Connections,

Possible failure of Rivets or Joints, Rivet and rivet Values, Efficiency of Joints, Design of Simple

Connections with Butt and Fillet Welds, Connection with Eccentric Loads, Moment Resisting

Connections.

Unit - 2

Tension Members: Various section for Tension Members, Calculation for Net Area, Permissible

stresses, Members subjected to Tension and Bending.

Compression Members : Various sectional shapes for Compression Members Slenderness Ratio,

Permissible Stresses, Members subjected to both Bending and Axial Compression.

Roof Trusses : Different Types of Roof Trusses, their advantages, Dead, Live and Wind Loading,

Bracing requirements, Corrugated sheeting, Purlin design Analysis of Trusses, Design forces,

Design of Members and Connections.

Unit - 3

Flexure Members : Various sections used for Flexure Members, Permissible stresses, Design of

Beams, Lateral Buckling, Web Buckling and Crippling under Concentrated Loads, Lateral

buckling of Beams, Use of Stiffeners.

Method of Plastic Analysis : Lower Bound and Upper bound Theorems, Statical method,

mechanisms method, Combined mechanism, Analysis and Design of Beams, Frames, Collapse

Modes and Possible Moment Distribution.

Unit - 4

Column and Foundation: Compression members , Importance of slenderness ratio in design of

columns,Design of columns using single sections and built up section,design of lacing and battens,

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Various types steel foundation and Design of Columns Bases, Slab Base, Gusseted Base and

Grillage Foundations.

Unit - 5

Built Up Girders: Design of Built-up Beams, Riveted and Welded Plate Girders, Curtailment of

plates. Vertical, Horizontal and Bearing Stiffeners and their Connections.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours.

PRACTICALS

1. Sheet 1 on design of steel sections.

2. Sheet 2 on connections : (a) bolted connections (b) welded connections

3. Sheet 3 on design of tension members.

4. Sheet 4 on design of column – (a) simple/lacing column (b) built up column.

5. Sheet 5 on design of gussated/base slab.

6. Sheet 6 on plastic analysis numerical problems.

Assessment:

examination by internal examiner.

Books & References Recommended:

1. Negi L.S., Design of Steel Structures,McGraw-Hill Education New Delhi Edition 2nd 2008.

2. Chandra R., Design of Steel Structures Vol. I.,Scientific Publishers Jodhpur (2012)

3. Arya &Ajmani, Design of Steel Structure, Nem Chand and Bros. Roorkee Edition 5th 2001.

4 Bhavikatti S.S., Design of steel structure I.K. International Publishing House New Delhi Edition 2009

5. N.Subramanian, Design of steel Structures, Oxford University Press India Edition 2010.

6. Duggal S.K., Design of steel Structures, TMH Publication New Delhi Edition 2nd 2014.

7. Gambhir M.L.,Fundamentals of Structural Steel Design,TMH Publication New Delhi Edition 1st 2011

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B. E. III YEAR (4YDC)

CE31503:TRANSPORTATION ENGG.- II

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COURSE OUTCOMES: Through this course rigid and flexible Pavements, their component

parts, their design and construction will be studied in detail. The maintenance of roads, its

drainage & use of IRC codes will be studied by students.

COURSE OUTCOMES:

Bitumen, Bituminous Mixes-Requirements and Design, Concrete Mixes-Design, I.R.C.

- 44 Method, Road Note No. 4 Method, ACI., Guidelines by I.S.

Unit - 2

Method. Triaxial Method, Mcleod Method, Burmister Method, I.R.C. Method Rigid

Pavements, Calculation of Wheel Load Stresses and Temperature Stresses, Westergaard

Method, Analysis, Joints in Rigid Pavements, I.R.C. Method for Design, Filling and

Sealing of Joints, Design of Reinforcement, Dowel Bars and Tie Bars, Pumping of

Concrete Pavements.

Unit - 3

Construction of Pavement: Highway Constructions - Earth Roads, Gravel roads, Soil

Stabilized Roads, WBM Roads, Bituminous roads. Surface dressing, Seal Coat, Tack

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Coat, Prime Coat, Grouted Macadam, Premix Methods and their Construction

Procedures Construction of Cement Concrete Pavement Slab.

Evaluation And Strengthening: Flexible And Rigid Pavement Evaluation,

Strengthening of Pavements, Design of Overlays- Based on Benkelman Beam

Deflection Method.

Section B:

Unit - 4

Different Weights Related with Aircraft, Turning Radius.

Airport Obstruction: Zoning Laws, Classification of Obstructions, Imaginary Surfaces,

Approach Zones, Turning Zones.

Airport Layout : Runway Orientation, Wind Rose Diagram, Basic Runway Length,

Correction for Runway Length, Airport Classification, Geometric Design, Airport

Capacity, Runway Configuration, Taxiway Design, Factors Affecting, Geometric

Standards, Exit Taxiways, Holding Aprons, Location of Terminal Buildings and Aircraft

Hangers.

Structural Design of Airport Pavements: Design Factors, Design Methods for

Flexible and Rigid Pavements, LCN System.

Visual Aids: Airport Marking and Lighting, Threshold Lighting, Runway Lighting and

Taxiway Lighting Runway Marking and Taxiway Marking. Introduction to Airport

Drainage System.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours.

PRACTICALS:

(1) To find out grain size distribution of coarse aggregates.

(2) To determine fineness modulus of aggregates.

(3) Determination of specific gravity and water absorption of coarse aggregate.

(4) To determine angularity number, flakiness index and elongation index of given

sample.

(6) To determine the impact value of given aggregates.

(7) To determine the abrasion value of aggregates.

(8) To determine stripping value of given aggregates.

(9) Soundness test on aggregates.

(B) TESTING OF FINE AGGREGATES

(1) To determine fineness modulus of given fine aggregates.

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(2) Determination of specific gravity of fine aggregates.

(3) To determine the material finer than 75-micron IS sieve present in the aggregate

by washing.

(4) Determination of necessary adjustment for the bulking of fine aggregate by field

method and to draw curve between water content and bulking.

(5) To determine % of fine sand to get desired F.M. ,when F.M of fine and coarse sand

is known.

(C) TESTS OF BITUMEN

(1) To determine penetration value of given sample of bitumen.

(2) To determine ductility value of given sample of bitumen.

(3) To determine softening point of given sample of bitumen.

(4) To determine specific gravity of given sample of bitumen.

(5) To determine viscocity of given sample of bitumen.

(D) TESTS OF BITIMINUOUS MIX

(1) To design a bituminous concrete mix by Marshall stability method.

(2) To find out the proportion of bitumen and aggregate in bituminous concrete mix.

(E) BENKELMAN BEAM TEST FOR OVERLAY DESIGN

(1) Determination of rebound deflection of flexible pavement under static load of the

rear axle of a standard truck with the help of a Benkelman beam and design the

overlay thickness by CGRA method.

Assessment:

examination by internal examiner.

Books & References Recommended :

1. Khanna S.K. & Justo, C.E.G. “Highways Engineering” 10th edition. Nem Chand and

Brothers, 2015.

2. Kadialy L.R.,” Traffic Engg. and Transport Planning”, 8thedition, Khanna Publishers,

2011.

3. M. W. Witczak E. J. Yoder., Principles of Pavement Design,Wiley, 2nd edition, India Pvt.

Ltd.-New Delhi, 2008.

Publication.

5. HMSO, “Concrete Roads: Design and Construction”,H.M.S.O. (London) Publication.

6. Hornjeff Robert, Planning and Design of Airport, 5th edition, Mcgraw-hill, 2010.

7. Khanna & Arora, “Airport Planning and Design”, Nem Chand & Brothers

Publication, 1999.

9. IRC-37-2012, “Guideline for the Design of Flexible Pavements”.

10. IRC-15-2011, “Standard Specifications and Code of Practice for Construction of

Concrete Roads”.

Using Benkelman Beam Deflection Method”.

12. Specification for Road and Bridge Works (Ministry of Surface Transport - Published

by Indian Roads Congress.

B. E. III YEAR (4YDC)

CE 31504: STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS-II

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PRE-REQUISITE: Strength of Materials, Structural Mechanics.

COURSE OUTCOMES: Students will be aware of methods of analysis for indeterminate

structures and their influence line diagrams.

COURSE CONTENTS:

Unit - 1

Indeterminate Arches: Two hinged arches, Unit load method and Column Analogy

Method of analysis. Influence Lines for horizontal thrust, Radial Shear and Normal

Thrusts. Fixed Arches. Development of Method of Elastic Centre for Analysis. Effects

of Rib-Shortening Temperatures on Arches.

Unit – 2 Conventional Methods

Slope-Deflection Method : Slope-deflection equations. Application to indeterminate

Fixed and Continuous beams and Portal frames with Vertical and Inclined legs.

Moment Distribution Method: Development of Method of Moment Distribution.

Application to Beams and Portal Frames. Analysis of Multibay Multi-storeyed frames

and Frames with Gable Top.

Kani’s Method of Analysis: Development of Method. Application to Portal Frames a,

Multibay, and Multistoreyed Frames.

Matrix Method of Analysis : Introduction to Matrix Algebra. Flexibility and Stiffness

Coefficient, Direct Stiffness Method. Energy approach, Flexibility Method,Analysis of

beams and frames using stiffness method.

Column Analogy Method: Introduction, Development of method, Analysis of frames

beams with varying cross section and by Column Analogy Method.

Unit - 4

efficients, Muller-Breshau’s Theorem. Influence Lines for Reactions and Moments in

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Arches, Continuous Beams, Fixed Beams, Simple Portal Frames etc. Maxwell Betti’s

Theorem. Use of Begg’s deformation for Experimental Method.

Unit – 5

Plastic Analysis and Design: Stress-strain curve of steel. Theory of Plastic Bending and

Plastic Hinge Formation. Redistribution of moments and Plastic Analysis. Static and

Kinematic method of Analysis.

Introduction to Finite Element Mothod: Steps, Comparison with Other Methods.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS:

List of experiments:

(1) Experimental study of horizontal thrust and its ILD for a two hinged parabolic arch.

(2) Experimental study of horizontal thrust and its ILD for a two hinged circular arch.

(3) Experimental study of horizontal thrust and its ILD for a two hinged portal frame.

(4) Experimental study of horizontal thrust and its ILD for a fixed hinged portal frame

(5) Study of beggs deformation for experimental ILD.

(6) Calculation and drawing of ILD for support reaction and moment and BM and SF at

intermediate point of a fixed beam.

(7) Calculation and drawing for support reactions and moments and BM and SF at an

intermediate point of a two span continuous beam.

(8) Calculation and drawing of ILD for horizontal thrust , NT, RS and BM for two hinged

parabolic ARCH.

(9) Calculation and drawing of ILD for horizontal thrust , NT, RS and BM for two hinged

circular ARCH.

examination by internal examiner.

Books & References Recommended:

Text books

1. Reddy C.S., Basic Structural Analysis.,TMH New Delhi Edition 3rd 2011..

2. Ramamurtham, Theory of Structure.,Dhanpat Rai New Delhi Edition 2015

3. Punmia B.C., Strength of Material and Mechanics of Structure, Vol. II., Standard

Publishers Distributors Edition 12th 2004.

4. Jindal R.S.,Indeterminate Structural Analysis,Addison- Wesley Publishing Co New

York 1958 .

5. Pandit and Gupta Structural Analysis (A Matrix Approach)Tata McGraw-Hill

Education New Delhi Edition 2nd 2008.

Reference books

6. Gere J. Mad, Weaver W., Analysis of Framed Structures, D. Van Nostrand Co. Edition

3rd 1990.

7. Chu-Kia Wang, Intermediate Structural Analysis, McGraw Hill Education (India)

Private Limited. Edition 2010

York 1958 .

B. E. III YEAR (4YDC)

CE31506: CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY- II

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COURSE OUTCOMES:

Students will be able to understand methods of estimation & workout the quantities of

material and labours with help of specification and rates. To study the methods of valuation,

tender conditions and able to make network diagram of entire construction project.

COURSE CONTENTS:

1. Estimating : Definition, Purpose, Type of Estimated, Data Required for Preparing

Estimates, Items of Work, Description of an item of work, units of measurements of

items of work, IS code of measurement of Building Works (IS 1200).

2. Approximate Estimates: Definition, Purpose methods of approximate Estimating for

Building and other (Civil Engg. Projects such as Irrigation, Water Supply, Highway

Projects etc.

3. Work out quantities Methods, abstracting Bill of Quantities, Provisional Items, Prime

cost, Contingencies, Establishment Charges.

4. Specifications and Analysis of Rates, Prime Cost, Day work.

5. Valuation of Property: Value, Depreciation, Methods of Valuation, Rent Fixation and

Present Day cost.

2. Contract Types, Contract documents.

3. Departmental methods of execution of work muster rolls, place work agreement, work

order, stock, stores, tools and plants execution and supervision of jobs, use reports and

cost control records.

SECTION – C

1. Systems of Approach, Optimisation techniques, CPM and PERT, Scheduling and

Financial, Material, Tool and Plants Schedule Network, Compression and Updating,

Application of Computer in Planning.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS:

List of experiments:

(1) To draw plan of section of a public or a residential building.

(2) To estimate quantity and cost of the building.

(3) To analyse the rates of RCC components and brickwork.

(4) To formulate tender and contract document of a public building.

(5) To derive a project network for construction of building.

(6) To estimate quantity and cost of road excavation.

Assessment:

Viva Voce examination by internal examiner.

Semester-end: Practical Viva Voce Examination by external examiner.

Books Recommended :

7thEdition, 2010

2. Dutta B.N. Estimating and Costing, UBS Publishers & Distributors Ltd, 16th Edition,

2009.

Limited.14th Edition, 2010

4. Brien ‘O’, CPM in Construction Management, McGraw Hill Professional.5th Edition,

2012

5. Shrinath L.S., PERT and CPM,Affiliated East-West Press Private Limited.4th Edition,

2010

12th Edition, 2012

8.Vazirani Ratwani & Chandola S.P., Estimating, Costing, Specification and Valuation in

Civil Engineering,KhannaPublication,New Delhi.7th Edition, 2015.

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COURSE OUTCOMES:

Geotechnical Engineering is a key subject which gives the behaviour and characteristics of

the soil on the basis of practical examination. Therefore to know the engineering properties

and the applicability through considering valid laws, theories and Indian standard

classification, this subject gives strength in the field of civil engineering. This part involves

foundation engineering, slope stability and earth pressure theory which make the foundation

about the subject.

Unit - 1

Introduction to earth pressure: Active, Passive and earth pressure at rest. Rankines and

coulombs theory of earth pressure. Graphical method of determination of earth pressure.

Unit - 2

Shear Strength of Soil, Mohr Columbs Theory, Mohr’s Stress Circles, Different types of

Shear Test namely, Direct Shear Test, Unconfined Compression Test, Tri Axial

Compression Test & Vane Shear Test. Stability of slopes – different methods of stability

analysis

Unit – 3

Introduction to bearing capacity and different related terms. Different modes of soil

failure . Derivation of Terzaghi’s equation of bearing capacity. Effect of eccentricity of

load and change in water table. I.S. code method for determination of bearing capacity.

Introduction to settlement analysis. Different time fitting methods and time settlement

curves

of shallow and deep foundations and their suitability .

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Pile foundation: Different types of piles. Group action and negative skin friction, load

carrying capacity of pile using different formulae. Pile load test.

Well Foundation: Introduction and different types of well foundation.

Unit - 5

DCPT, Plate load test.Introduction to Rock Mechanics,core Recovery ,Rock Quality

designation ,joint,fractureR.M.R,Uncnfined compression strength, point load index.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS:

List of experiments:

(1) determination of CBR of soil under (a) unsoaked condition (b) soaked condition.

(2) determination of swelling pressure of soil.

(3) determination of shear parameters of soil by direct shear test.

(4) determination unconfined compressive strength and shear parameters of soil.

(5) determination of shear strength of soil by vane shear test.

(6) determination of shear parameters of soil by triaxial compaction test in :

(a) unconsolidated undrained conditions i.e. UU test.

(b) consolidated undrained conditions i.e. CU test.

(c) consolidated drained conditions i.e. CD test.

(7) determination of parameters of consolidation by consolidation test.

(8) determination of undisturbed sampling.

(9) determination of standard penetration test.

(10)determination of dynamic cone penetration test.

(11) determination of plate load and pile load and pile load test.

Assessment:

examination by internal examiner.

Book & References Recommended:

1. Punmia B.C., A., Soil Mechanics and Foundation, Saurabh & Co. (P) Ltd... Madras,

2017 (16th edition)

2. Bowles J.E.., Foundation Analysis & Design, McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., 2012 (5th

edition)

3. Gopal Ranjan& Rao, Basic & Applied Soil Mechanics, New Age International. 2016

(3rd edition)

4. Alamsingh, Modern Geotechnical Engineering, CBS Publisher. 2012 (3rd edition)

5. S.K. Garg, Geotechnical Engineering, Phi Learning Pvt. Ltd-New Delhi. 2016 (10th

edition)

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B. E. IV YEAR (4YDC)

CE41006 DESIGN OF HYDRAULIC STRUCTURE

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Pre-requisite:

The candidate must know about different types of irrigation schemes & should know about

the different types of hydraulic structure required to conceive an irrigation scheme starting

from source to the agricultural fields.

COURSE OUTCOMES:

The candidates will be able to understand the basic theory of design of hydraulic structures

on hard rock and pervious formation. The concepts of reservoir planning are described in

detailed. The detailed design of gravity dam and earthen dam along with spillways and

energy dissipating devises are also explained. The concept of various hydraulic structures on

pervious formation like weirs, barrages, hr/cr, falls CD works and outlets are developed along

with Bligh’s and khosla’s theories. Introduction to different types of gates, valves and other

miscellaneous structures are also explained theory.

COURSE CONTENTS:

Introduction : Introduction to different types of Structures used in Irrigation Schemes,

their functions and necessity, viz. Gravity Dam, Earthen Dams, Arch Dams, Buttress

Dams, Weirs, Barrages, Spillways, Head & Cross Regulators, Falls, C.D. Works,

Outlets, Canals, etc.

Gravity Dams : Forces Acting and their determination, I.S. Load Combinations Modes

of failure, Stability Analysis, Elementary Profile, Practical Profile, Design of High

Gravity Dams.

Unit - 2

Criteria, Seepage Control and Foundation Treatment.

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Unit - 3

Spillways : Types And their Suitability, Detailed Design of Ogee Spillway and Syphon

Spillway, Design Considerations of Side Channels, Shafts and Chute Spillways.

Energy Dissipation Devices: Hydraulic Jump as Energy Dissipator, Design of Stilling

Basins, Introduction to Bucket Type Dissipators.

Unit - 4

Structures on Pervious Foundations: Bligh’s Creep Theory, Lane’s Weighted Creep

Theory, Khosla’s Theory of Independent Variables, Jump Profiles, Determination of

Uplift Pressures under Surface and Sub-surface Flows.

Weirs and Barrages: Detailed Design of Vertical Drop Weir and Barrage including

Design of Floor for Surface and Sub-surface Flows.

Unit - 5

Canal Regulation Structures: Detailed Design of Falls, C.D. Works, Head and Cross

Regulators, Channel Transitions.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS

List of experiments:

(1) Design of channel based on kennedy’s theory on M.S. Excel.

(2) Design of channel based on Lacey’s theory on M.S. Excel.

(3) Design of gravity dam:

(a) Stability criteria on M.S. Excel.

(b) Load calculation on M.S. Excel.

(4) Design of earthern dam on M.S. Excel.

(5) Design of vertical drop weir on M.S. Excel.

(6) Design of barrage on M.S. Excel.

(7) Design to determine reservoir capacity for given data.

(8) Determine ordinate of flood hydrograph by ordinate of unit hydrograph.

(9) Determination of synthetic unit hydrograph by snyder’s method.

(10)Determination of unit hydrograph of some specific duration from given unit

hydrograph.

(b) By method of S-curve technique

Assessment:

examination by internal examiner.

Books & References Recommended :

Text Books

1. Varshney R.S., Theory and Design of Irrigation Structures Vol. II.,Nem Chand &Brothers-

Roorkee, 3rd Edition, 2015

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2. Punmia B.C. &Pande, B.B. Lal, Irrigation Engg, Laxmi Publication 13th Edition, 2009.

3. Garg S.K., Irrigation Engg. & Hydraulic Structures, Khpub. Publication 5th Edition, 2010.

Reference Books

1. Sharma H.D., Concrete Dam, Central Board of Irrigation and Power., Indian Edition,2008

2. . Varshney R.S, Concrete Dams,Oxford& IBH Pub. Co. 2nd Edition,2010

3 . Varshney R.S., Hydro Power Structures, Nem Chand & Brothers-Roorkee, 5thEdition, 2009

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B. E. IV YEAR (4YDC)

CE 41001: DESIGN OF ADVANCED RCC STRUCTURES

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Students will

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CE:10003 : FUNDAMENTALS OF CIVIL ENGINEERING AND

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PRE-REQUISITE: XII standard (hssc)

Students should be able

1. To analyze and solve Elastic /Rigid body, Trusses and Frames subjected to Forces under static

equilibrium.

2. To calculate centre of Gravity and Moment of Inertia of Plane Areas.

3. To solve the problems of Static and Dynamic Equilibrium.

4. To measure linear Distances and Angles horizontally and vertically.

5. To measure and analyze heights and distances.

COURSE OUTCOMES:

Students should be able

1.To identify and analyze a system of forces, determine forces in members of trusses and calculate

support reactions for beam subjected to various types of loading.

2. To determine the Center of Gravity and moment of Inertia of a given Plane Areas.

3. To solve the problems of Static and Dynamic Equilibrium.

4. To Measure linear Distances and Angles horizontally and vertically by applying the knowledge of

compass surveying & leveling during survey work on field.

COURSE CONTENTS:

Forces and Equilibrium: Graphical and Analytical Treatment of Concurrent and Non-

concurrent Co-planner forces, Free Body Diagram, Force Diagram and Bow’s notations.

Application of Equilibrium Concepts: Analysis of Plane Trusses: Method of Joints, Method

of Sections. Support Reactions, Frictional force in equilibrium problems.

UNIT-2

Centre of Gravity and Moment of Inertia: Centroid and Centre of Gravity, Moment of Inertia

of Area and Mass, Radius of Gyration, Introduction to Product of Inertia and Principle Axes.

Rectilinear Translation: Kinematics of Rectilinear motion

UNIT-3

Beams: Types of Beams: Simply Supported Beam, Overhanging Beam, Cantilever Beam.

Types of Supports of a Beam or Frame: Roller, Hinged and Fixed Supports. Load on the

Beam or Frame: Different Types of Loading. Support Reaction of a Beam or Frame:

Analytical Method.

Introduction to Dynamics: Overview of Dynamics, Basic Concepts and Terms Used in

Dynamics, Motion, Types of Motion, Newton’s Laws of Motion, Newton’s Law of

Gravitation.

Linear Measurements: Chain and Tape Surveying, Errors and Correction, Obstacles, Area

Measurement by Planimeter.

Bowditch rule of correction for traverse, Accuracy and Precision.

UNIT-5

Levelling: Types of Levels, Levelling Methods, Height of Instrument and Rise and Fall

Method, Measurements, Recording, Reciprocal Levelling, Contours and Properties.

ASSESMENT: Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required, Evaluation

of Practical calculations & drawing sheets, internal submission and Viva Voice examination by internal

examiner during. Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration and Practical Viva Voice

Examination by external examiner

List of Experiments:

1.To study the colour conventions and various instruments used in chaining .

2.To determine the horizontal distance between two points by doing ranging and chaining.

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3.To determine perpendicular and oblique offsets from a given reference line.

4.To study prismatic compass and perform open traverse survey.

5.To do traversing of any regular figure with the help of compass and eliminate local attraction.

6.To determine RL of different points on the ground by fly or differential levelling with height of

instrument (HI) method

7.To determine RL of different points on the ground by fly or differential levelling with rise and fall

method

8.To determine area of an uneven plane with the help of a planimeter

ASSESMENT: Sessional work will be based on syllabus of Engineering Mechanics and Surveying.

TEXT BOOKS RECOMMENDED:

1. Prasad I. B., Applied Mechanics, Khanna Publication New Delhi, Edition 19th 2002.

2. Rajput .R.K., Engineering Mechanics, Dhanpat Rai and Sons New Delhi. Edition 3rd 2013.

3.Rammamurtham S., Applied Mechanics, Dhanpat Rai and SonsNew Delhi, Edition 2016.

4. Duggal S.K. ,Surveying Vol. 1, Tata McGraw- Hill Education New Delhi Edition 4th 2013.

5..Punmia, B.C., Surveying, Laxmi Publications, New Delhi, Edition 16th 2005.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1.Kumar KL, Engineering Mechanics, Tata McGraw- Hill Education New Delhi ,Edition 4th ,2011

2. Ferdinand.P. Beer. E, Russell ,Jr Johnston., David Mazurek, Philip J Cornwell, “Vector Mechanics for

Engineers: Statics and Dynamics”, McGraw – Hill Education New Delhi Edition 11th 2005.

3. Timoshenko, and Young D.H., “Engineering Mechanics”, Tata Mc-Graw Hill Education New Delhi

Edition 4th 2007.

2011

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B. E. II YEAR (4YDC)

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COURSE OUTCOME:

Subject geology deals with origin and primitive structure of the earth. It illustrates the formation of the

earth’s crust, volcanic eruption, chemical composition, minerals occurrence etc. Specifically subject

also describes the geographical characteristics of Indian plateau, rivers, mountains etc. Apart from the

above topics subject also provides information about the physical chemical aspects of rocks and

minerals like crystallography and hardness scale etc.

COURSE CONTENTs:

SECTION - A

General Geology: Introduction to the subject of Geology, its objects and methods division of the

subject. Age, origin and interior of the earth. Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Continental drift and Isostasy.

Weathering, Erosions and Denundation.

Geomorphology: Basic concept of geomorphic significances of weathering and mass washing,

geomorphic cycle. Study of Fluvial, Glacial, Aeolian, Karst and coastal Topography. Relationship of

Geology Structure to Topography Influence of Rocks characters in the evaluation of land forms relief of

the earth, first, second and third order Principles of morphometric analysis, Geological action of

running water, wind and underground water. River valley development, water falls, river capture,

meanders, ox-bow lakes, Escarpment and related Structure, Transportation and Deposition by Rivers.

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UNIT-2

Mineralogy and Crystallography: Study of the physical properties of minerals, Moho’s scale of

hardness. The study of following minerals, Silica, Feldspars, Mica Tourmaline, Beryl Hornblende,

Asbestos, Garnet, Stibnite, Kiyanite, Graphite, Topaz, Hematite, Iron Pyrites, Magnetite, Limonite,

Galena, Malachite, Chalcopyrite : Elements of crystallography, the cubic (Galena type), Tetragonal

(Zircon type); Orthorhombic (Barytes types) Hexagonal (Beryl Type), Monoclinic (Gypsum Type), and

Triclinic (Axinite Type) System.

Syentie, Diorite, Gabbro, Dunite, Dolerite, Pegmatite, Graphic Granite, Ryholite, Trachyte, Andesite,

Basalt Pumics, Pitch stone, Obsidian.

Igneous intrusions: Concordant and Discordant. Sedimentary Rocks formation, classification.

The study of : Laterite, Bauxite, Conglomerate Breccia, Sandstones (Ferruginous, Ripple Marks,

Dentritic Markings), Grit, Arkose, Shale, Mudstone, Limestone, Shell and Coralline Limestones,

Stalactites and Stalamites.

Metamorphism : Definition, Agents and types, Study of Slate Phyllite, Schists (Hornblendxe, Mica

Chlorite, Kyabite), Gneisses (Hornblende, Augen, Mica, Granite), Marble, Quartzite.

UNIT-3

Structural Geology: Introduction Folds: Part of fold classification of folds based on different

geometrical parameters, Relation between major folds and minor folds. Joints: Types of Joints.

Unconformity and Overlap Faults. Effect on out crop of beds, Classification of faults. Criteria for

recognition of faults with folds. Morphology of principal types of secondary planer, structure in rocks

relation of schistosity and cleavage to folds. Linear Structures, Principle Types, Geometrical Relations

to Folds. Introduction to stratigraphic and equal area projection of structural data.

Stratigraphy and Indian Geology: General principles of startigraphy, Geological time scale division

of India in three units. Study of important Geological formation of the Peninsular India. Archeans

Dharwars, Cuddapah, VindhyanGondwana Systems, Deccan Traps.

UNIT-4

Engineering Geology: Preliminary Geological Investigations, relation between Geology and Civil

Engineering. Engineering properties of rocks and their relation to rock mass deformation. Rock

weathering and formation of soil. Institute and Transported Soils. Physical characters of building stones

and road metals. Influence of geological conditions of foundation and designs of buildings, stability of

hill slopes and transportation routes. Case histories of Engineering Projects. Geology of Reservoir and

Dam Sites, its location: Strength, Stability and water tightness of foundation rocks, their depth, physical

characters and effects of structural features.

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Tunnels: Effect of the structure of rocks, competency of rocks, suitable location of a tunnel, problems

of ground water seepage.

Bridges: Stability, effects of structural features on the stability of abutments and piers,

Its suitable location.

Hydrogeology :Hyrodgeology cycle, ground water in hydrological cycle. Origin of ground water and

springs. Geological structures favouring ground water occurrence. Classification of aquifers, ground

water provinces of India- their aquifers characteristics. Ground water occurrence and flow in Igneous,

Sedimentary and Metamorphic rocks. Geophysical prospecting and water logging.

ASSESSMENT:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS:

3. Study of unconformity and other structures.

4. Study of tunnels, rainfall and volcanoes.

5. Drawing of various cross sections of a geological map.

6. Study of rocks and minerals.

ASSESSMENT: Evaluation of drawings, internal submission and Viva Voice examination by internal

examiner. Practical Viva Voice Examination by external examiner during semester end.

TEXT BOOKS AND REFERENCE BOOKS RECOMMENDED:

1. Mukerjee E.K.A, Text Book of Geology, World Press Pvt. Ltd., Calcutta.

2. Legged R.F, Geology and Engineering, Mcgraw Hill.

3. Krgnine D.P. and Judd W.R, Principles of Engineering Geology, Mcgraw Hill.

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B. E. II YEAR (4YDC)

CE:21002: GEODESY

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COURSE OUTCOME:

The subject geodesy deals with the engineering aspects of the surveying field which includes

determination of heights, distances, angels and elevations with the help of latest surveying instruments

and different methods of surveying. To familiarisethe students with the knowledge of modern

techniques in the field geodesy.

Theory:

Unit - 1. Theodolite: Measurement of Horizontal and Vertical Angles. Latitude and Departure.

Traversing and sources of errors, Gale’s Traverse Table, Modern Theodolites.

Unit –2 Tacheometry: Description of Tacheometer, Different systems of Tacheometer

Measurements, Stadia and Subtense Method, Tangential Method. Tacheometric Tables,

Modern Tacheometers in Stadia Surveying, Radial Contouring.

Unit –3 Trigonometrical levelling: Basic concepts of Trigonometrical Levelling. Determination

of Heights and Distances in cases where base of object are accessible and

inaccessible.Areas & Volumes: Determination of areas and volumes for survey data.

Unit –4 Curves:

(i) Simple circular curve, compound curve and reverse curve, Characteristic of all these

curves and setting out, obstacles in curve setting.

(ii) Transition curve: Types of Transition curves, superelevation, Length of Transition curve,

ideal transition curve and characteristics, setting out of transition curve.

(iii) Vertical Curve: Grade, rate of change of grade, types of vertical curves, setting out of

vertical curve.

conventional surveying, Electromagnetic wave theory – electromagnetic distance

measuring system – principle of working and EDM instruments, Components of GPS,

Applications of GPS.Shoreline Survey, Soundings, Method of locating soundings,

Reduction of Soundings, Plotting of Soundings, Three point method, Station pointer.

ASSESSMENT:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required, Evaluation of calculations

& drawing sheets, internal submission and Viva Voice examination by internal examiner

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Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration and Practical Viva Voice Examination by

external examiner

Text Books

1. Punmia B.C., “Surveying Vol. I & II”, 15th Edition, Laxmi Publications Pvt Limited, 2015.

2. Arora K.R., “Surveying Vol. I & II”, 14th Edition, Standard Book House Publications, 2016.

3. Duggal S.K., “Surveying Vol. I & II”, 14th Edition, Tata McGraw-Hill Education, 2013.

Reference Book

1 Francis H. Moffit& Bouchard Harry, “Surveying”, 10th Edition, New York Intext Educational

Publishers

2. Carl F. Meyer, Route Surveying & Design, 4th Edition, International Textbook Co.

3. Olliver and Clendinning, “Principles of Surveying Vol. II”, Van Nost.Reinhold,U.S.

4. Chandra A.M., “Plain Surveying,New”, Age International, 2015.

5. Chandra A.M., “Higher Surveying”, New Age International, 2015.

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CE:21003 : STRENGTH OF MATERIALS

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COURSE OUTCOME:

To make the students aware of the behaviour of structural members subjected to different kinds of

stresses, forces like tension / compression, shear, bending, torsion etc. This subject deals as a base for

the students in the structural engineering field.

Theory:

Unit - 1

Elastic Behaviour of Bodies: Stress and Strain. Normal and Shear Stresses and Strains.

Hooke’s Law and Poisson’s Ratio. Complementary Shear. Relations between the Elastic

Constants. Complex stresses. Stresses on Oblique Planes. Principal planes and Principal stress

and strains. Mohr’s diagrams.

Mechanical Properties of Materials: Strength, Stiffness, Elasticity, Plasticity, Toughness,

Hardness, Ductility etc. Ultimate Strength, Working stress and Factor of safety.

Unit – 2

Bending Moment and Shear Force: Bending Moment and Shear Forces at a Section of Beam

subject to Vertical Loads, Inclined Loads and Couples. Relation between B.M., S.F. and Loads.

Graphical Methods for drawing B.M. diagram and S.F. diagram.

Unit – 3

Stresses due to Bending and Shear: Theory of Bending Stresses due to Bending and Shear.

Distribution of Stresses along the Section. Modulus of Section and Modulus of Rupture. Beams

of varying Cross Section and Beams of uniform strength.

Unit – 4

Deflection of Beams: Uniform Curvature. Relation between the Deflection, Curvature and

Bending Moment. Slopes and Deflection of Beams. Macaulay's method, Moment area method,

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Conjugate beam method etc., Maxwell’s reciprocal theorem. Deflection due to Shear. Carriage

Springs.

Unit – 5

Torsion of Shafts: Pure Torsion. Twisting of Solid and Hollow Circular Cross Sections. Stresses

due to Torsion. Transmission of Power by Circular Shafts. Design of Shafts. Combined Bending

and Twisting.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required, Evaluation of Problems.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS:

List of Experiments:

1. To carry out tension test on tor steel and mild steel specification and to draw stress strain

diagram.

2. To find the modulus of elasticity of a given bar of steel and timber by deflection method.

3. To find the modulus of rigidity of a given rigid cord.

4. To determine the brinell hardness number for a surface of mild steel, cast iron, brass and

aluminium.

5. To carry out charpy and izod impact on mild steel, cast iron and aluminium specimen to

determine their impact value.

6. To verify law of polygon using universal force table.

ASSESSMENT: Evaluation on experiments performed & drawing sheets, internal submission and Viva

Voice examination by internal examiner and Practical Viva Voice Examination by external examiner

during semester end.

Books & References Recommended

Text Books

1. Rajput R. K., Strength of Materials,S.Chand Publications New Delhi, 6th Edition 2015

2. Ramamurtham S., Strength of Materials,Dhanpat Rai Publications New Delhi. Edition 2014

3. Punmia B.C., Mechanics of Material, Lakxmi Publication New Delhi. Edition 2017.

4. Singh Sadhu, Strength of Materials, Khanna Publishers New Delhi Edition 2009.

Reference Books

3. Ryder G.H., Strength of Materials., Palgrave Macmillan; Student international London edition 3rd

1969.

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CE: 21004 : MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY

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Course Outcome:

To gain the discrete knowledge of the engineering materials, the material technology subject involves

theoretical and practical approaches which helps in exploring the different kinds of material properties,

so that students can understand the nature and their significance in the field of Civil Engineering.

Theory:

Clay Products: Tiles, Different kinds of tiles, manufacture, varities, glazing, Porcelain,

Refractory materials, classification, properties.

types of Glasses.

Timber: Definition, uses of Timber, Physical and Mechanical properties, defects, Seasoning,

Preservation, Miscellaneous wood product.

Unit - 3

Plastic, Avtex.

Unit - 4

Concrete – Materials:

Cement, Aggregate, Admixtures, types and properties, workability, segregation and Bleeding,

Tensile and Compressive Strength, Modulus of Elasticity, Effect of Shrinkage and Creep. Mixing,

Transporting, Placing, Compaction, Finishing, Curing, Quality Control. Design of Concrete Mixes.

Introduction, Basic Considerations, Factors, Methods: DOE,AC.I.,Guildlines of BSI Methods.

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Material Science:

Inter atomic bonds, bonding force, bond energy, intermolecular bonds, thermal energy,

classification of solids, imperfections solids.

Behaviour of materials under compression, tension, bending, fatigue, creep, hardness, behaviour

of common materials under different loadings: Concrete, Steel, Timber, Plastics, Glass.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required, Semester-end: Theory

examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS:

1. To determine the specific gravity of cement.

2. To determine the fineness of cement sample by seiving a 90 micron IS sieve.

3. To determine (a) standard consistency and (b) initial and final setting time of given cement

sample by vicat's apparatus.

4. To determine soundness of a given cement and lime samples by Le-Chatelier Method.

5. To determine compressive strengh of 1:3 cement-sand mortar cube after 3 days and 7 days

curing.

6. To determine specific gravity and water absorption by coarse aggregate.

7. To determine fineness modolus and grain size distribution of a given (a) coarse (b) fine

aggregate.

8. To determine necessary adjustment for bulking of fine aggregate by field method and to draw a

curve between water content and bulking.

9. To determine consistency of concrete mix of a given preparation by slump test.

10. To determine cube strength of concrete of a given preparations.

11. To determine compressive strength of paving block.

ASSESSMENT: Evaluation on experiments performed, internal submission and Viva Voice

examination by internal examiner and Viva Voice Examination by external examiner during semester

end.

2. Rangwala, Engineering Materials, Charatar Publications.

3. Shetty M.S., Concrete Technology, Theory and Practical, S. Chand & Co. Ltd., New Delhi.

Reference Books

1. Mills A.P., Haywerd H.W., Radar L.F. , Materials of Construction, John Wiley & Sons, New York.

2. Nord M., Text Book of Engineering Materials, John Wiley & Sons , New York.

3. C.B.R.I., Building Materials, Roorkee.

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B. E. II YEAR (4YDC)

CE: 21502 : CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY - I

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COURSE OUTCOMES:

To make the students awareof the various types of construction like masonry, stone, concrete and timber

construction.

Theory:

1. Stone Masonry: Terms used and definitions, Type of Stone Masonry, Plant & Equipment Used,

Defects in Stones. Stone Masonry Details at Doors Window opening Cornices.

2. Brick Masonry: Characteristics and Classification of Bricks Laying and Bonds in Bricks Masonry,

Construction details of composite wall, Cavity wall, Hollow Block Construction, reinforced Brick

work.

3. Concrete Construction

i. Cast in Situ RCC Construction: Cost in Situ RCC Construction, Form Work for Various

Structural Components, Mixing and Placing Concrete, Reinforcement and its Placing,

Formwork and its design principles.

ii. Precast &Prestressed Construction: Introduction to precast &prestressed construction,

Joints in precast construction.

including Trusses.

5. Construction of Structure: Load Bearing, Framed and composite Construction, different types of

foundations, Bridging Elements, Arches and Lintels. Various Types of Retaining walls, Prefabricated

Construction.

6. Floors: Ground, Basement and Storey Floors, Types, Varieties of floor finishers.

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7. Roof: Types, Layout, Structure of Roof, Types of Coverings, Drainage arrangements, Ceilings.

8. Stairs: Types, Layout Design and Construction, Ramps, Ladders, Lifts, Escalators, Doors, Windows,

Ventilators – Their Types.

9. Finishes: Plastering, Pointing, white washing, Distempering Painting, Sources of dampness and

remedial measures. Types, cost of owning and operating, prime cost, depreciation economic life,

maintenance, repair, Earth Moving Machines, Concrete Construction Equipment, Aggregate

preparation Equipment, Dewatering equipment, The study of these Equipments should include

Types, Output Efficiency, Size, Application, Operation.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required. Semester-end: Theory

examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS :

2. Sheet 2 on stone masonry

3. Sheet 3 on brick masonry

4. Sheet 4 on block masonry

5. Sheet 5 on types of flooring.

6. Sheet 6 on types of roofs.

7. Sheet 7 on types of stairs.

Assessment:

examination by internal examiner.

Books Recommended :

1. Building Construction ,SushilKumar,Standard Publishers Distributors, 8hEdition 2016

2. Building Construction, Rangwala S C., Charotar Publishing House., 1980, 16th Edition 2009

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B. E. II YEAR (4YDC)

CE: 21503 : GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING - I

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PRE-REQUISITE: Strength Of Materials.

COURSE OUTCOME: Geotechnical engineering is a key subject which provides an insight in understanding the behaviour and

characteristics of the soil on the basis of various lab tests. Therefore to know the engineering properties

and the applicability through considering valid laws, theories and Indian standard classification, this

subject gives strength in the field of civil engineering.

COURSE CONTENTS:

Soil Mechanics: Definition and Scope, Factors of soil formation, Morphology, Pedological

Classification.

Introduction to Soil Structure and Clay Minerals, Structures of Kaolinite, Illite and

Montmorillonite. Different Systems of Soil Classification i.e.Particle Size,Textural,Unified and

AASHTO. Details of IS classification.

Unit – 2 Soil Properties : Density, Void Ratio, Porosity, Moisture - Content, Grain Size Analysis, Dry Sieve

Analysis, Wet Sieve Analysis and Sedimentation, Soil Consistency, Liquid Limit, Plastic Limit,

Shrinkage Limit Explanation of various indices like Flow-Index, Plasticity Index, Toughness

Index, Liquidity Index, Activity Ratio etc.

Unit – 3 Soil Water: Hygroscopic, Capillary and gravitational, Permeability of Soil, Darcy’s Law,

Laboratory determination of permeability and factors affecting permeability, seepage and flow net.

Effective, neutral and total pressure, quick sand phenomenon

Unit – 4

and Control. Compressibility and Consolidation of Soil, Terzaghi’s one Dimensional

Consolidation Theory, Pressure Void Ratio Relationship, Primary and Secondary Consolidation.

Unit – 5 Boussineq’s equation of stress distribution in soil due to concentrated load, line load, uniformly

distributed circular area. Pressure bulbs and contact pressure, newmark’s chart..

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Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS:

1. Determination of natural and hygroscopic moisture content of soil.

2. Determination of specific gravity of soil.

3. Determination of field density, field void ratio and degree of saturation of soil by core

cutter apparatus.

4. Determination of field density, field void ratio and degree of saturation of soil by sand

replacement method.

5. Grain size analysis of coarse grained soil using sieves.

6. Grain size analysis of fine grained soil by sedimentation using (i)pipette (ii) hydrometer.

7. Determination of liquid limit of soil by cassagrande’s apparatus.

8. Determination of liquid limit of soil by cone penetrometer.

9. Determination of plastic limit of soil.

10. Determination of shrinkage factors of soil.

11. Determination of deferential free swell of soil.

12. Determination of coefficient of permeability of soil by- (a) constant head method ,(b)

variable head method.

13. Determination of compaction parameters by- (a) light compaction, (b) heavy compaction.

14. Determination of density index of sand.

Assessment:Conduction of various tests on Soil, internal submission and Viva Voice examination by

internal examiner.

Books & References Recommended :

1. Punamia B.C., Soil Mechanics &Foundations.,Firewall Media, 2017 (16th edition)

2. Alam Singh, Modern Geotechnical Engineering.,CBS Publishers & Distributors, 2012 (3rd edition)

3. Gopal Ranjan& ASR Rao, Basic & Applied Soil Mechanics.New Age International, 2016 (3rd

edition)

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B. E. II YEAR (4YDC)

CE: 21551 : BUILDING PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE

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To provide an overview of the building planning and its interior and exterior design aspects by

considering the standard regulations and bye-laws .This subject helps the student to build up their

knowledge in the field of infrastructure development.

COURSE CONTENTS:

Introduction to various building component, their definition and function.

Regulation and bye-laws, setbacks and open spaces, ground coverage and F.A.R., Site planning

and infrastructure provisions.

Lighting, Noise reduction.

Functional planning: Space Standards for various functions and optimization of space.

Unit - 3

Design principles of stair case.

Unit - 4

Brief Introduction to World Architecture: Roman, Greek, Buddhist, Islamic and Hindu.

Unit - 5

and Scale, System characteristics, Texture Pattern and Colour.

Expression working drawings, plans, elevations, sections, site plan and detailing, elements of

perspective view, parallel and oblique perspective.

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Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS:

1. Sheet 1 on sign conventions and symbols.

2. Sheet 2 on plan, elevation and section of doors and windows.

3. Sheet 3 on plan, elevation and section of stair case.

4. Sheet 4 on plan, elevation and section of detached house.

5. Sheet 5 on plan, elevation and section of semi detached house.

6. Sheet 6 on plan, elevation and section of row house.

7. Sheet 7 on perspective views.

Assessment:

examiner.

Text Books:

1. Shah M.h. & Kale, Building Drawing,Tata McGraw Hill, New Dehli

2. Swami N.K. & Rao A.K., Building Planning and Drawing, Charotar Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.,

7th Edition,2014

4. Deodhar S.V., Building science &Planning, Khanna publishers, 4th Edition,2011

References Recommended:

1. Miles Danby ,Grammar of Architectural Design.,Oxford University Press

2. National Building Code (SP-7) 2005 BIS New Delhi.,Bureau of Indian standards

3. M.P. BhumiVikas Rules 2012, Madhya Pradesh.

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Course objective is to make aware the students about behaviour of different structural members. In this

subject detailed study of analysis of columns, methods of deflections, unsymmetrical bending is given.

This subject provides a base for the students in the structural engineering field.

COURSE CONTENTS :

Strain Energy: Resilience and Proof Resilience, Elastic Strain Energy in Materials subjected to

Tension, Compression, Shear, Bending and Torsion. Theories of Elastic Failure. Gradually and

suddenly applied Loads. Impact and Falling Loads.

Deflection of Structures: Strain Energy Method for Deflection of Beams and Determinate

Trusses, Castigliano’s First Theorem and its Application to find Deflections

Unit - 2

Columns and Struts: Long and Short Columns, Axial and Eccentric Loads. Euler’s Theory and

Rankine’s Formula for Axially Loaded Columns. Eccentrically Loaded Columns, ISI-Formula

for Columns, Introduction to Beam-Column behaviour and Column with Lateral Loads.

Unit – 3

Structural Section, Change in Orientation of Neutral axis-plane, Shear Centre.

Shells and pressure vessels: thin walled cylindrical and spherical pressure vessels under

internal and external redial pressure. Wire wound thin tubes

Unit – 4

Curved Flexural Members: Circumferential Stresses in Curved Beam, Correction Factors for

Straight Beams Formula, Radial Stresses in Curved Beams, Application to Closed Rings and

Chain Links. Bending of Curved Bar out of its Plane of Initial Curvature Application to Beams

Curved in Plain.

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Springs : closed coiled and open coiled helical springs. Stress in the spring materials. stiffness

of springs, spring subjected to axial loads and couples. Grouping of springs. Leaf Spring, Semi

Elliptic, Quarter Elliptic Spring.

Unit – 5

Basics of Mechanical Vibration :Signal degree of freedom system : Free & Forced vibration, Linear

viscous damper, Coulomb Damper, response Harmonic Excitation Rotation Unbalance &

support Excitation, Vibration isolation and Transmissibility. Single Degree of freedom system as

vibrometer accelerometer.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS:

1. To determine the deflection in overhanging beam experimentally and verification

of the same by the strain energy method.

2. To determine deflection in curved bars experimentally and verification of the

same by the strain energy method.

3. To determine deflection in truss experimentally and verification of the same by

the strain energy method.

4. To study the behaviour of a cantilever beam under unsymmetrical and

symmetrical bending.

5. To determine Euler's crippling load experimentally for various end conditions of

column and verification of the theoretically.

6. To verify castigliano's theorem by means of a mild steel bar.

7. To draw the shear force and bending moment diagram for a fixed and continuous

beam.

8. To draw the mohr's circle for the determination of principal moment of inertia

and verify it analytically.

9. To develop the computer program for the analysis of beams , trusses and frames.

10. To develop the computer program for the shear force and bending moment

diagram in beams and trusses.

Assessment:

Evaluation on experiments performed & drawing sheets, internal submission and Viva Voice

examination by internal examiner.

Books & References Recommended :

Text Books

1. Punmia B.C., Strength of Material and Mechanics of Structure, Vol. II., Standard Publishers

Distributors Edition 12th 2004.

3. Timoshenko, Strength of Material. ,CBS Publishers & Distributors Edition 3rd 2004.

4. Mario Paz, Structural Dynamics.,Springer; 5th Corrected ed. 2004

5. Singh Sadhu, Strength of Material., Khanna Book Publishing New Delhi Edition 2009

Reference Books

1. Reddy, C.S, Structural Analysis., McGraw-Hill Education New Delhi Edition 2nd 2007

2. Ramamurtham, Theory of Structure.,Dhanpat Rai New Delhi Edition 2015

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Pre-requisite: Concepts of forces & equilibrium, mechanics of solids and basic laws of statics and

dynamics.

COURSE OUTCOMES:

The candidate will be able to understand the behaviour of fluid at rest and in motion with the concepts

of fluid statics, kinematics and dynamics. Basic concepts of model study are also developed along with

laws of similarity and similitudes. Further the concepts of pipe flow & free surface flow are developed

and the student will be able to analyse different pipe flow and open channel flow systems.

COURSE CONTENTS :

Introduction : Scope and Application of Fluid Mechanics : Physical Properties of Fluids:

Density, Specific Weight, Specific Volume, Specific Gravity, Viscosity, Dynamic & Kinematic

Viscosity, Newton’s Law of Viscosity, Classification of Fluids, Compressibility, Cohesion,

Adhesion, Surface Tension, Capillarity, Vapour Pressure.

Equilibrium of Fluids: Pressure at a Point, Pressure Variation, Barometer, Gauges, Manometers,

Hydrostatic Forces, Equilibrium of Fluid in Motion, Floatation - Stability of Floating and

Submerged Bodies, Fluid Masses subjected to Rotation, Free and Forced Vortices.

Unit - 2

Kinematics of Fluid Flow: Velocity field, classification of flows, Stream, Path & Streak Lines,

Continuity Equation, Stream Function, Velocity Potential, Flow-nets.

Dynamics of Fluid Flow: Euler’s Equations of Motion, Bernoulli’s equation, Pitot tube, Prandtl

Tube, Flow through Openings - Orifices, Mouth pieces etc., Flow through Notches Weirs,

Empirical formulae.

Unit - 3

Buckingham-II-Theorem, Dimensionless Numbers, Principles of Similitude & Applications.

Unit - 4

Flow Through Pipes : Laminar Flow, Flow between Parallel Plates, Measurement of Viscosity,

Reynold’s experiment, Turbulent flow in Pipes, Solution of Pipe Flow Problems, Flow in Pipe

Network- Hardy Cross Method, Losses in Pipes, Measurement of Pipe Flow - Orifice, Nozzle,

Bend Meters, Rotameters. Concept of Water Hammer and Surges.

Unit - 5

Momentum Equations, Pressure, Velocity Distributions, Uniform flow, Concept of Normal Depth,

Chezy, Manning and other formulae. Best Hydraulic Sections, Specific Energy, Specific Force,

Hydraulic Jump and its characteristics, Gradually Varied Flow, Surface Profiles, Dynamic

Equations, [Sessional Work: Experiments on basic principles of Fluid Mechanics. Practical Exam:

Experimental & Oral Exam. Based on above Sessional Work. Measurement of flow in Open

Channels.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required, Evaluation of calculations

& drawing sheets, internal submission and Viva Voice examination by internal examiner

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration and Practical Viva Voice Examination by

external examiner

3. To determine pipe friction losses for different materials.

4. To determine minor losses, sudden contraction, bend, elbow, sudden expansion.

5. To determine impact of jet.

6. To determine LD ratio for orifices and mouthpieces.

Books & References Recommended:

1. Nagaratnam S., Fluid Mechanics, Khanna publishers, 5th Edition, 2005

2. Jain A.K., Fluid Mechanics, Khanna publishers, 5th Edition, 2014

3. Subramanyam K., Fluid Mechanics,McGraw Hill Education (india) Private Limited, 9th edition

2001

4. Modi P.N. & S.M. Seth, Hydraulics & Fluid Mechanics,Standard Book House, New Dehli,

20th Edition, 2015

Reference Books:

1. Chow V.T., Open Channel Hydraulics, The Blackburn Press, 6th Edition

2. Rangaraju K.G., Flow Through Open Channels, Tata McGraw Hill, New Dehli, 2nd

Edition,1993

StreederV.L.,Fluid Mechanics, Tata McGraw Hill, New Dehli, 3rd Edition, 2015 .........

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COURSE OUTCOME:

Through this course students will able to understand the elements of geometric design. The components

of traffic engineering and their application is the field will also be studied by students. The components

of railway engineering in detail will also be studied by students. The Harbour m& Docks will also be

studied by students.

Highways :Classification of Roads, Road Patterns, Brief History of Road Development around

the World, Road Development Plans of the India, Present Status of Roads in India, Alignment

Design, Requirements and Controlling Factors, Use of Aerial Photography and Remote Sensing,

Other surveys.

Unit - 2

Geometric Design: Typical Cross Sections in Urban and Rural roads, Various Cross Sections

Elements, Width of Carriage-way, Shoulders, Medians, Width of Roadways, Right of Way,

Camber, Design Speed, Sight Distance, Stopping Sight Distance, Passing Sight Distance, Sight

Distance at Inter-Section, Passing Zones, Super Elevations, Set Back, Extra Widening on

Horizontal Curve, Transition Curve, Design of Horizontal and Vertical Alignment, Combinations

of Horizontal and Vertical Alignment.

Unit - 3

Traffic Engineering : Definition, Road User and Vehicle, Traffic Studies - Speed, Volume, Origin

& Destination, Capacity, Parking and Accidents, Traffic Signs, Traffic Markings, Traffic Signals -

Types, Signal systems, Warrants and Design, Traffic Management, Intersection Types - At Grade

& Grade Separation, Rotary Design, Street Lighting.

Unit - 4

Railway Engineering : Early development in rail transport, Permanent Way, Gauges,

Sleepers, Ballast, Rails, Rail Fastenings, Calculation of Materials for Permanent way, Coning of

Wheels, Rail Cross Section, Tilting of Rails, Wear & Creep of Rails, Geometrics, Gradients,

Transition Curves, Widening of Gauges on Curves, Cant & Cant Deficiency.

Points & Crossing - Design of Turn outs and description of Track Junctions, Signalling and

Interlocking, Classification of Signals and Points, Control of Train, Track Circuits, Station Yards.

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Waters, Jetties, Groins, Revetments & Bulk Heads, Vertical Walls.

Process due to break Waters, Concepts and Principles of Design of different Structures, Planning

& Design of Port Facilities, General Layout and Design Considerations, Pier and Wharf Structure,

Fender Systems, Container, Port, Birth and ship Dimensions.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Practical Viva Voice Examination by external examiner.

PRACTICALS:

List of Experiments:

1. To find the ratio of traffic volume and traffic capacity of given road.

2. To determine spot speed using enoscope.

3. Design and analysis of traffic signal at lantern square, Indore.

4. Design of rotary intersection, Indore

5. Design of parking space at SGSITS college, Indore

Assessment:

examination by internal examiner

Books & References Recommended:

1. Khanna S.K. & Justo, C.E.G. “Highways Engineering” 10th edition. Nem Chand and Brothers,

2015.

2. O. Flaherty C.A., “Highway Vol. I & II:, Butterworth Heinemann, 2002.

3. O. Flaherty C.A., “Traffic Engineering and Transport Planning”, 2006.

4. Anita K.F., “Railway Track Design, Construction, Maintenance and Renewal of permanent way,

Bombay”, New Book Company, 1945.

5. Paul H. Wright and Norman J. Ashford, “Transportation Egg. Planning and Design”,4th edition,

1998.

6. L.R.Kadiyali&N.B.Lal, “Principles & Practices of Highway Engg, Khanna Publishers”, 2005.

7. IRC -.67-2012, “Code of Practice for Road Signs”.

8. IRC - 35-1997, “CODE OF PRACTICE FOR ROAD MARKINGS”.

9. IRC - 83-1988, “Code of Practice for Road Bridges”.

10. IRC - 86-1983, “Geometric design standards for urban roads in plains”.

11. IRC – SP No.23, “Vertical Curves for Highways”.

12. IRC-106-1990, “Guidelines of Capacity of Urban Roads in Plain Areas”.

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COURSE OUTCOME:

In the Human life, Water plays an important role, so that to aware the Quality and Quantity of the water

in the Public Health, This subject has two branches one which helps for determination of population

Forecasting, Water Demand as per Indian Standards, water transmission with hydraulic calculations,

and other one involve waste water collection, transmission and design of sewage system as per

standards.

Quantity and Quality of Water : Introduction, quantity of water, population forecasting-different

methods, limitations, and field practice, water needs-different uses, factors influencing demands,

fluctuation in demand (daily, hourly and seasonal), design period.

Quality of water-objective, types of impurities and their sources and effects, water borne diseases,

standard of drinking water, examination of water (physical, chemical & bacteriological and

sanitary significance as of important parameters, sources-ground and surface sources and their

quality, impounding reservoir and its capacity, safe yield of wells. Intakes- types & working.

Unit - 2

Water Transmission: Materials and class of pipes-specification, merits & demerits of pipes cast

iron, vertically cast and spun pipes, mild steel pipes, asbestos cement, R.C.C and prestressed pipes,

Plastic Pipes, bell and spigot joint, double flanged joints, special joints, rubber gaskets and roll on

joints, joint material poured joints, electrically invalated joints wrought iron pipes and fittings,

service pipes, connections and size, material of pipes.Corrosion in pipes- Galvanic, Biochemical,

Biological, Stress Corrosion.

Distribution System: Types of distribution systems, main considerations, design of distribution

system, Hazen Willam’s formula and its application, analysis of Hydraulic pressures and flow,

equivalent pipe method for parallel and series pipes, location of mains, specials and fitting such as

tees, bends reducers and valves locations, leak detection, its importance, extent of leakage

methods of detection.

Quality of Waste Water : Characterisation & composition physical, chemical, microbiological,

primary parameters of pollution BOD, COD, total solids, volatile solids total organic carbon,

nitrogen & its forms, pH, Chlorides, Colour, Toxic Substances, Micro Organisms etc.

Unit - 5

Design of Sewerage System: Types of systems, sanitary sewers, storm sewers, combined and

partially combined sewers, quantity of sewerage, infiltration, design period, factors, self-cleaning

velocity, maximum velocity depth/section of sewers, minimum size, slope, alignments. Manholes,

Ventilating Shafts etc. Use of Manning’s Formula, Partial Flow in Sewers, Design of Sewers from

Flow Charts, Pumping of Sewage.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Practical Viva Voice Examination by external examiner.

PRACTICALS:

List of Experiments:

1. To determine the pH value of given sample of water and to calculate the pH value of

given sample of water and to calculate the dose of chemical for adjusting the pH to a

specific value for treating 10 MLD of water.

2. To determine the acidity of given sample of water.

3. To determine the alkalinity of given sample of water.

4. To determine the chlorides in the given sample of water.

5. To determine the total hardness and calcium hardness in the given sample of water.

6. To determine the dissolved oxygen in the given sample of water.

7. To determine the total, suspended and dissolved in the given sample of water.

8. To determine the amount of sulphates in the given sample of water.

9. To determine the chemical oxygen demand (C.O.D) of a given sample of waste of

waste water.

10. To determine the B.O.D of the given sample of water/waste water.

Assessment:

internal examiner.

Books & References Recommended :

2. Kshirsagar K.R., Sanitary Engg.,Roorkee Publishing House, Roorkee

3. Hussain, Water Supply and Sanitary Engg.,Oxford& I B H Pub

4. Birdi G.S., Public Health Engg.,DhanpatRai and Sons.

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B. E. III YEAR (4YDC)

CE31003: DESIGN OF RCC STRUCTURES

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COURSE OUTCOME:

Students will come to know about various design methods and design procedure of various structural

elements.

Stress Design Method : Assumptions, Distribution of Stresses and Transformed Area, Rectangular

Beam Section, Analysis and Design of Singly and Doubly reinforced sections T and inverted L-beam

section-Analysis and Design of Singly and Doubly Reinforced Sections, use of Design Aids.

Reinforcement Detailing : Requirement governing Reinforcement Detailing, Curtailment of Tension

and Compression Reinforcement, Spacing of Reinforcement and Diameter of Reinforcement and Cover

to Reinforcement. Requirement of Reinforcement in Structural Members.

Unit – 2

Limit State Method of Design: Assumptions, Rectangular Beam Section, Analysis and Design of

Singly and Doubly Reinforced Section Design of T and inverted L Sections, Use of Design Aids.

Shear: Behaviour of R.C. Beam in Shear, Design of Shear Reinforcement by Limit State, Method.

Bond: Nature of Bond between Concrete and Reinforcing Bars, Design Bond Stress Based on Limit

state Method.

Unit – 3

Slab: One way Solid Slab, Simply Supported and Continuous Slabs, Slab Spanning in Two directions at

right angles, Sabs carrying concentrated loads, Load carried by supporting beams, Permissible shear

stress in Solid Slabs, Sketching of Reinforcement in Solid Slabs.

Stair Case: Types of Staircases, Inclined and Cantilever, Effective Span of Stairs and distribution of

Loading, Analysis and Design of Stairs.

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Compression Members: Classification, Pedestal, Long and Short Column. Design of Short Columns,

Long Columns and Helical Columns - Limit State method, Eccentrically Loaded Columns.

Footing: General types, Structural behaviour and Design approach. Footing for Walls, Isolated column

footing, Combined Rectangular and Trapezoidal Footings and Combined Strip Footing.

Unit – 5

fort retaining Walls.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS :

1. Sheet 1 on design of steel sections.

2. Sheet 2 on connections: (a) bolted connections (b) welded connections.

3. Sheet 3 on design of tension members.

4. Sheet 4 on design of column (a) simple/lacing column (b) built up column.

5. Sheet 5 on design of gusseted/base slab.

6. Sheet 6 on numerical problems of plastic analysis.

Assessment:

examination by internal examiner.

Books & References Recommended:

1. Mallick S. K. & Gupta A.P., “Reinforced Concrete”,Oxford I B H

2. Jain O.P. &Jaikrishna,“Plan Reinforced Cement Concrete”, Nemchand Bros., Roorkee.

3. Jain A.K., “RCC Desing”, Nemchand Bros., Roorkee.

4. Syal and Goyal, “Reinforced Concrete Structures”, Wheeler Publishing, Allahabad.

5. R.C.C Design By H.J.Shah,Charotkar publication.

6. R.C.C Design By Pillai Menon,TMH Publication.

7. R.C.C Design By P.C Verghese ,published by Prentice-Hall of India.

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CE31005: STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS I

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COURSE OUTCOME:

To make the students familiar with different kind of structures like fixed and continuous beams , arches ,

cable and suspension bridges. Structural members subjected different kind of loading This subject

provides a base for the students in the structural engineering field

COURSE CONTENTS:

Unit - 1

Types of Structures, Different type of loading and supports, Static and Kinematic Indeterminacy,

Displacement due to real work, displacements of Beams, Trusses by Unit Load Method,

Displacement due to lack of fit, temperature variation, support movements.

Method of Consistent Deformation (Force Method) for Beams, Frames and Trusses uptoTwo

degrees of indeterminacy. Flexibility Coefficients, Redundant Trusses, Effect of Temperature,

Lack of Fit, Support Movements, Least Work Method for Trusses.

Unit - 2

Fixed and Continuous Beams: Beams fixed at ends, Beams of varying Cross-Sections, Partially

Fixed at Ends. Effect of Settlement of Supports. Three Moment Theorem for Continuous Beams,

Beams of Uniform and varying Cross-Sections. Effect of Settlement of Supports.

Unit - 3

Influence lines for Beams, Trusses and Arches, Rolling Loads on Bridges - Absolute Maximum

Bending Moment.

Unit - 4

Arches Horizontal Thrust, Radial Shear, Normal Thrust, BMD, Influence Lines for Three Hinged

Arches.

suspension bridges.

ASSESSMENT:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

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PRACTICALS :

List of Experiments

1. To determine the support reactions for moving load on given beam.

2. To determine the horizontal reaction of portal frame with one end hinged.

3. To determine the horizontal reactions of portal with one end fixed.

4. To determine the support reaction of a three hinged arch.

5. To draw the influence line diagram for different parameters of beams.

6. To draw the influence line diagram for forces in trusses.

ASSESSMENT:

examination by internal examiner

Books & References Recommended :

2. Kinney J.S., Indeterminate Structural Analysis, Oxford IBH Publishing.

3. Punmia et.al. Theory of Structure,Laxmi Publications, New Delhi

Reference Books

1. Wilber J.B. and Norris C.H., Elementary Structural Analysis, Tata McGraw-Hill

2. Gere J. Mad, Weaver W., Analysis of Framed Structures, D. Van Nostrand Co.

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B. E. III YEAR (4YDC)

CE31010 : WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING

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30 70 40 60

Pre-requisite: The student must know about the basic concepts of fluid mechanics along with capability

of handling open channel flow systems.

COURSE OUTCOMES:

The student will be able to understand the concept of irrigation along with different types of irrigation

schemes. The concepts of soil water plant relationship along with crop water requirement are also

developed. The assessment of available water is also described with detailed concept of hydrologic

analysis including precipitation analysis, rainfall Runoff process, and design flood estimation along with

hydrograph analysis. Further introduction to various hydraulic structures is given along with detailed

design concepts of earthed channels.

COURSE CONTENTS:

Introduction: Occurrence of Natural Water, Sources of Water, Surface and Sub-surface sources, Quality

and Quantity of different sources.

Irrigation Engg. Definition, Need, Scope & Types of Irrigation, Water Application Methods, Soil-Water

Plant relationship and Assessment of Irrigation requirements. Quality of Irrigation Water, Rotation of

Crops.

Unit - 2

Irrigation Schemes, Direct & Storage Schemes, Canal Systems, Planning & Layout of a Canal System,

Design of Canals, Regime concept & Tractive force Method of Channel Design, Channel Losses, Canal

lining, Design of Lined Channel Section Water Logging, Causes & Effects, Remedial Measures, Salinity,

Land Reclamation, Drainage.

Earth Dams, Types of Weirs, Introduction to: Spillways, Energy Dissipation Devices, Canal Regulation

Structures like Head & Cross Regulations, falls, Gross Drainage works, Escapes, Outlets, Their Need,

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Reservoir.

of Runoff, Empirical Formulae, Rainfall-Runoff relationships, Hydrometry, Methods of Stream

Gauging, Rating Curves, Ground Water: Elements of Ground Water Hydrology, Well Hydraulics,

Equations of Ground Water flow, Solutions and applications, Concepts of Artificial Recharge.

Unit – 5

Hydrographs, Synthetic U.H., Summation Hydrograph, Design Storm Design Flood by U.H.

ASSESSMENT:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS :

1. Study of various hydrometerological instruments.

(a) self recording rain gauge.

(b) Pan evaporimeter.

2.Determination of pan evaporation.

3. (a) calibration of lysimeter (b) determination of components of hyrdrological cycle using lysimeter.

4. infilteration experiment.

5. (a) measurement of rainfall intensity and uniformity by rainfall simulator.

(b) measurement of splash erosion by rainfall simulator.

(c) measurement of wash off erosion by rainfall simulator.

6. Flood routing.

(a) specific energy curve plotting

(b) study of hydraulic jump

(c) friction blocks

(d) venturi flume experiment

(e) study flow over structures : sharp crested weir,broad crested weir and ogee weir

(f) calibration of sharp-crested weir, broad-crested weir and ogee weir

(g) horizontal expansion in a channel

2. Study of four meters adjustable hydraulic flume.

(a) vertical contraction in a channel

(b) horizontal contraction in a channel

(c) vertical fall

4. Electrical analogy method for drawing flow-nets

5. Flow meter in a channel : broad crested weir

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ASSESSMENT:

examination by internal examiner.

Books Recommended :

Text Book:

1. Punmia B.C. &PandeB.B.Lal : Irrigation & Power Engg.,Laxmi Publication (P) LTD. 16th Edition

2016

2. Subramanya K., Engg. Hydrology,Tata McGraw-Hill Education. 4th Edition 2015

3. Garg S.K. :Water Resources Engg., Khanna publication. 3rd Edition2010.

Reference Books:

1.Chow V.T.(ed) H.J., Book of Applied Hydrology,McGraw Hill Education (India) Private Limited. 2nd

Edition 2010

2.Micheal A., Irrigation Theory &Practice,Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2nd Edition 2009

3.Raghunath H.M., Ground Water, New Age International.3RD EDITION 2011

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B. E. III YEAR (4YDC)

CE31501: ENVIRONMENTAL ENGG.- II

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COURSE OUTCOME:

The student are apprised with the planning and design aspects of various unit processes/ unit operations

being practised for water and sewage treatment required for community.

Theory :

Public attitude and national significance of water quality affecting use, quality control, history,

inter-relationship of health, quality criteria for drinking water, necessity of treatment, water borne

diseases. Theory, operation and design of settling tanks : Plain sedimentation, sedimentation basin

design, theory and practice, depth, detention period, over flow rate, flow velocity and capacities of

basins, surface area, rectangular and circular settling basins, upward and horizontal flows,

relations of length and width, inlet and outlet devices, baffles, sludge storages and sludge removal,

tube settlers, theory and practices, sludge removal, sludge disposal, sludge blanket clarifiers.

Unit – 2

Coagulation : Theory of coagulation, common coagulants, other chemicals, polyelectrolytes,

theory and practice, practical consideration in the use of coagulants with their merits, feeding

devices, settling periods, measurement and observation of floc by jar test.

Sand Filtration : Theory of filtration, description of slow sand and rapid sand gravity filters, their

comparison and merits, design of rapid and slow sand filters, media characteristics for filters, size

and depth, filter gravel and under drains, negative head and other problems in filtration, rate

controller, back washing of filters, amount of wash water, theory of multimedia and mixed media

filters constituents advantages and dis-advantages.

Unit – 3

Methods of disinfection : Purpose and methods, Chlorination, forms of chlorine, Chlorine

Demand, Determination of Residual Chlorine, Doses required, effectiveness of Chlorination,

Bacteria, Virus, Break Point Chlorination Theory, advantages and disadvantages, super

chlorination and dechlorination, merits, prechlorination purpose and precautions, double

chlorination, chlorine-ammonia treatment advantages and disadvantages, compounds formed with

chlorine in the presence of ammonia, effect of pH, effects of compounds in disinfection, other

methods of disinfection in brief ozone, U.V., rays action of metals, Iodine, Bromine,

Chlorinedioxide, Algicides.

Unit – 4

Introduction to waste water treatment and disposal : Introduction, necessity of treatment, extent of

treatment, primary treatment works, screens, grit chambers, grease and oil removal, sedimentation,

coagulation, flocculation.

factors, humus tanks.

modification etc.

Anaerobic digestion of sewage sludge : Generation of Methane Design Principles of Digestors,

Drying of Sludge and Ultimate Disposal, ultimate Disposal of Sewage on land and in Water.

ASSESSMENT: Two Mid-Term tests and make up test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 hours.

PRACTICALS:

List of experiments :

1. To determine the pH, acidity and basecity of the given alum sample.

2. To determine the soluble iron compounds of the given alum sample.

3. To determine the water soluble aluminium compounds of the given alum sample.

4. To determine the biodegradablility of given wastewater sample (COD/BOD ratio).

5. To determine the MLSS and MLVSS of given wastewater sample.

6. To determine the sludge volume index (SVI) of the given sewage sample.

7. To determine the pH and moisture content in the given solid waste sample.

8. To determine the volatile and non-volitile substances in a given substances in a given soild

waste sample.

9. To study the respirable dust sampler and to determinetotal suspended perticulate matter and

respirable perticulate matter with the help of RDS in ambient air.

10. To study the determination of nitrogen dioxide (NOx) with help of RDS in ambient air.

11. To study the determination of sulphur dioxide (SOx) with help of RDS in ambient air.

12. To study the jar test apparatus and to determine the optimum dose of coagulant.

13. To study the turbidity meter and determine turbidity of given sample.

14. To study the characteristic of biomedical waste.

ASSESSMENT:

Evaluation through checking of lab journals for each experiment performed study of relevant I.S.

codes, internal submission and Viva-Voce examination by internal examiner. Semester-end:

Practical Viva Voce Examination by external examiner.

Books & References Recommended:

Text Books

1. Fair Geyer &Okun, Water Supply and Waste Water Removal Vol. I.,John Wiley & Sons.

2. Geyer &Okun, Water Purification and Waste Water Treatment and disposal Vol. II. Fair, Wiley.

Reference Books

1. APHA, AWWA, WPCF etc Standard Methods for Examination of water and Waste water

2. Manual on Water Supply & Treatment, CPHEEO New Delhi

3. Manual on Sewerage & Sewage Treatment, CPHEEO, New Delhi

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B. E. III YEAR (4YDC)

CE31502: DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES

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COURSE OUTCOMES:

Students will be able to design basic structural element made up of steel and will know about behaviour

of steel structure.

Structural Design And Their Preparation : Different types of Structural Steel Products, Their

designation.

Connection:Rivetted and Bolted Connections, Lap and Butt Joints Bracket Connection, Flange

Plate Connections, Beam and Built up Beams and Columns, Beam Column Connections, Beam

and Column splice connection through sketches, Assumptions in Bolted and Rivetted Connections,

Possible failure of Rivets or Joints, Rivet and rivet Values, Efficiency of Joints, Design of Simple

Connections with Butt and Fillet Welds, Connection with Eccentric Loads, Moment Resisting

Connections.

Unit - 2

Tension Members: Various section for Tension Members, Calculation for Net Area, Permissible

stresses, Members subjected to Tension and Bending.

Compression Members : Various sectional shapes for Compression Members Slenderness Ratio,

Permissible Stresses, Members subjected to both Bending and Axial Compression.

Roof Trusses : Different Types of Roof Trusses, their advantages, Dead, Live and Wind Loading,

Bracing requirements, Corrugated sheeting, Purlin design Analysis of Trusses, Design forces,

Design of Members and Connections.

Unit - 3

Flexure Members : Various sections used for Flexure Members, Permissible stresses, Design of

Beams, Lateral Buckling, Web Buckling and Crippling under Concentrated Loads, Lateral

buckling of Beams, Use of Stiffeners.

Method of Plastic Analysis : Lower Bound and Upper bound Theorems, Statical method,

mechanisms method, Combined mechanism, Analysis and Design of Beams, Frames, Collapse

Modes and Possible Moment Distribution.

Unit - 4

Column and Foundation: Compression members , Importance of slenderness ratio in design of

columns,Design of columns using single sections and built up section,design of lacing and battens,

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Various types steel foundation and Design of Columns Bases, Slab Base, Gusseted Base and

Grillage Foundations.

Unit - 5

Built Up Girders: Design of Built-up Beams, Riveted and Welded Plate Girders, Curtailment of

plates. Vertical, Horizontal and Bearing Stiffeners and their Connections.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours.

PRACTICALS

1. Sheet 1 on design of steel sections.

2. Sheet 2 on connections : (a) bolted connections (b) welded connections

3. Sheet 3 on design of tension members.

4. Sheet 4 on design of column – (a) simple/lacing column (b) built up column.

5. Sheet 5 on design of gussated/base slab.

6. Sheet 6 on plastic analysis numerical problems.

Assessment:

examination by internal examiner.

Books & References Recommended:

1. Negi L.S., Design of Steel Structures,McGraw-Hill Education New Delhi Edition 2nd 2008.

2. Chandra R., Design of Steel Structures Vol. I.,Scientific Publishers Jodhpur (2012)

3. Arya &Ajmani, Design of Steel Structure, Nem Chand and Bros. Roorkee Edition 5th 2001.

4 Bhavikatti S.S., Design of steel structure I.K. International Publishing House New Delhi Edition 2009

5. N.Subramanian, Design of steel Structures, Oxford University Press India Edition 2010.

6. Duggal S.K., Design of steel Structures, TMH Publication New Delhi Edition 2nd 2014.

7. Gambhir M.L.,Fundamentals of Structural Steel Design,TMH Publication New Delhi Edition 1st 2011

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B. E. III YEAR (4YDC)

CE31503:TRANSPORTATION ENGG.- II

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COURSE OUTCOMES: Through this course rigid and flexible Pavements, their component

parts, their design and construction will be studied in detail. The maintenance of roads, its

drainage & use of IRC codes will be studied by students.

COURSE OUTCOMES:

Bitumen, Bituminous Mixes-Requirements and Design, Concrete Mixes-Design, I.R.C.

- 44 Method, Road Note No. 4 Method, ACI., Guidelines by I.S.

Unit - 2

Method. Triaxial Method, Mcleod Method, Burmister Method, I.R.C. Method Rigid

Pavements, Calculation of Wheel Load Stresses and Temperature Stresses, Westergaard

Method, Analysis, Joints in Rigid Pavements, I.R.C. Method for Design, Filling and

Sealing of Joints, Design of Reinforcement, Dowel Bars and Tie Bars, Pumping of

Concrete Pavements.

Unit - 3

Construction of Pavement: Highway Constructions - Earth Roads, Gravel roads, Soil

Stabilized Roads, WBM Roads, Bituminous roads. Surface dressing, Seal Coat, Tack

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Coat, Prime Coat, Grouted Macadam, Premix Methods and their Construction

Procedures Construction of Cement Concrete Pavement Slab.

Evaluation And Strengthening: Flexible And Rigid Pavement Evaluation,

Strengthening of Pavements, Design of Overlays- Based on Benkelman Beam

Deflection Method.

Section B:

Unit - 4

Different Weights Related with Aircraft, Turning Radius.

Airport Obstruction: Zoning Laws, Classification of Obstructions, Imaginary Surfaces,

Approach Zones, Turning Zones.

Airport Layout : Runway Orientation, Wind Rose Diagram, Basic Runway Length,

Correction for Runway Length, Airport Classification, Geometric Design, Airport

Capacity, Runway Configuration, Taxiway Design, Factors Affecting, Geometric

Standards, Exit Taxiways, Holding Aprons, Location of Terminal Buildings and Aircraft

Hangers.

Structural Design of Airport Pavements: Design Factors, Design Methods for

Flexible and Rigid Pavements, LCN System.

Visual Aids: Airport Marking and Lighting, Threshold Lighting, Runway Lighting and

Taxiway Lighting Runway Marking and Taxiway Marking. Introduction to Airport

Drainage System.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours.

PRACTICALS:

(1) To find out grain size distribution of coarse aggregates.

(2) To determine fineness modulus of aggregates.

(3) Determination of specific gravity and water absorption of coarse aggregate.

(4) To determine angularity number, flakiness index and elongation index of given

sample.

(6) To determine the impact value of given aggregates.

(7) To determine the abrasion value of aggregates.

(8) To determine stripping value of given aggregates.

(9) Soundness test on aggregates.

(B) TESTING OF FINE AGGREGATES

(1) To determine fineness modulus of given fine aggregates.

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(2) Determination of specific gravity of fine aggregates.

(3) To determine the material finer than 75-micron IS sieve present in the aggregate

by washing.

(4) Determination of necessary adjustment for the bulking of fine aggregate by field

method and to draw curve between water content and bulking.

(5) To determine % of fine sand to get desired F.M. ,when F.M of fine and coarse sand

is known.

(C) TESTS OF BITUMEN

(1) To determine penetration value of given sample of bitumen.

(2) To determine ductility value of given sample of bitumen.

(3) To determine softening point of given sample of bitumen.

(4) To determine specific gravity of given sample of bitumen.

(5) To determine viscocity of given sample of bitumen.

(D) TESTS OF BITIMINUOUS MIX

(1) To design a bituminous concrete mix by Marshall stability method.

(2) To find out the proportion of bitumen and aggregate in bituminous concrete mix.

(E) BENKELMAN BEAM TEST FOR OVERLAY DESIGN

(1) Determination of rebound deflection of flexible pavement under static load of the

rear axle of a standard truck with the help of a Benkelman beam and design the

overlay thickness by CGRA method.

Assessment:

examination by internal examiner.

Books & References Recommended :

1. Khanna S.K. & Justo, C.E.G. “Highways Engineering” 10th edition. Nem Chand and

Brothers, 2015.

2. Kadialy L.R.,” Traffic Engg. and Transport Planning”, 8thedition, Khanna Publishers,

2011.

3. M. W. Witczak E. J. Yoder., Principles of Pavement Design,Wiley, 2nd edition, India Pvt.

Ltd.-New Delhi, 2008.

Publication.

5. HMSO, “Concrete Roads: Design and Construction”,H.M.S.O. (London) Publication.

6. Hornjeff Robert, Planning and Design of Airport, 5th edition, Mcgraw-hill, 2010.

7. Khanna & Arora, “Airport Planning and Design”, Nem Chand & Brothers

Publication, 1999.

9. IRC-37-2012, “Guideline for the Design of Flexible Pavements”.

10. IRC-15-2011, “Standard Specifications and Code of Practice for Construction of

Concrete Roads”.

Using Benkelman Beam Deflection Method”.

12. Specification for Road and Bridge Works (Ministry of Surface Transport - Published

by Indian Roads Congress.

B. E. III YEAR (4YDC)

CE 31504: STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS-II

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PRE-REQUISITE: Strength of Materials, Structural Mechanics.

COURSE OUTCOMES: Students will be aware of methods of analysis for indeterminate

structures and their influence line diagrams.

COURSE CONTENTS:

Unit - 1

Indeterminate Arches: Two hinged arches, Unit load method and Column Analogy

Method of analysis. Influence Lines for horizontal thrust, Radial Shear and Normal

Thrusts. Fixed Arches. Development of Method of Elastic Centre for Analysis. Effects

of Rib-Shortening Temperatures on Arches.

Unit – 2 Conventional Methods

Slope-Deflection Method : Slope-deflection equations. Application to indeterminate

Fixed and Continuous beams and Portal frames with Vertical and Inclined legs.

Moment Distribution Method: Development of Method of Moment Distribution.

Application to Beams and Portal Frames. Analysis of Multibay Multi-storeyed frames

and Frames with Gable Top.

Kani’s Method of Analysis: Development of Method. Application to Portal Frames a,

Multibay, and Multistoreyed Frames.

Matrix Method of Analysis : Introduction to Matrix Algebra. Flexibility and Stiffness

Coefficient, Direct Stiffness Method. Energy approach, Flexibility Method,Analysis of

beams and frames using stiffness method.

Column Analogy Method: Introduction, Development of method, Analysis of frames

beams with varying cross section and by Column Analogy Method.

Unit - 4

efficients, Muller-Breshau’s Theorem. Influence Lines for Reactions and Moments in

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Arches, Continuous Beams, Fixed Beams, Simple Portal Frames etc. Maxwell Betti’s

Theorem. Use of Begg’s deformation for Experimental Method.

Unit – 5

Plastic Analysis and Design: Stress-strain curve of steel. Theory of Plastic Bending and

Plastic Hinge Formation. Redistribution of moments and Plastic Analysis. Static and

Kinematic method of Analysis.

Introduction to Finite Element Mothod: Steps, Comparison with Other Methods.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS:

List of experiments:

(1) Experimental study of horizontal thrust and its ILD for a two hinged parabolic arch.

(2) Experimental study of horizontal thrust and its ILD for a two hinged circular arch.

(3) Experimental study of horizontal thrust and its ILD for a two hinged portal frame.

(4) Experimental study of horizontal thrust and its ILD for a fixed hinged portal frame

(5) Study of beggs deformation for experimental ILD.

(6) Calculation and drawing of ILD for support reaction and moment and BM and SF at

intermediate point of a fixed beam.

(7) Calculation and drawing for support reactions and moments and BM and SF at an

intermediate point of a two span continuous beam.

(8) Calculation and drawing of ILD for horizontal thrust , NT, RS and BM for two hinged

parabolic ARCH.

(9) Calculation and drawing of ILD for horizontal thrust , NT, RS and BM for two hinged

circular ARCH.

examination by internal examiner.

Books & References Recommended:

Text books

1. Reddy C.S., Basic Structural Analysis.,TMH New Delhi Edition 3rd 2011..

2. Ramamurtham, Theory of Structure.,Dhanpat Rai New Delhi Edition 2015

3. Punmia B.C., Strength of Material and Mechanics of Structure, Vol. II., Standard

Publishers Distributors Edition 12th 2004.

4. Jindal R.S.,Indeterminate Structural Analysis,Addison- Wesley Publishing Co New

York 1958 .

5. Pandit and Gupta Structural Analysis (A Matrix Approach)Tata McGraw-Hill

Education New Delhi Edition 2nd 2008.

Reference books

6. Gere J. Mad, Weaver W., Analysis of Framed Structures, D. Van Nostrand Co. Edition

3rd 1990.

7. Chu-Kia Wang, Intermediate Structural Analysis, McGraw Hill Education (India)

Private Limited. Edition 2010

York 1958 .

B. E. III YEAR (4YDC)

CE31506: CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY- II

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COURSE OUTCOMES:

Students will be able to understand methods of estimation & workout the quantities of

material and labours with help of specification and rates. To study the methods of valuation,

tender conditions and able to make network diagram of entire construction project.

COURSE CONTENTS:

1. Estimating : Definition, Purpose, Type of Estimated, Data Required for Preparing

Estimates, Items of Work, Description of an item of work, units of measurements of

items of work, IS code of measurement of Building Works (IS 1200).

2. Approximate Estimates: Definition, Purpose methods of approximate Estimating for

Building and other (Civil Engg. Projects such as Irrigation, Water Supply, Highway

Projects etc.

3. Work out quantities Methods, abstracting Bill of Quantities, Provisional Items, Prime

cost, Contingencies, Establishment Charges.

4. Specifications and Analysis of Rates, Prime Cost, Day work.

5. Valuation of Property: Value, Depreciation, Methods of Valuation, Rent Fixation and

Present Day cost.

2. Contract Types, Contract documents.

3. Departmental methods of execution of work muster rolls, place work agreement, work

order, stock, stores, tools and plants execution and supervision of jobs, use reports and

cost control records.

SECTION – C

1. Systems of Approach, Optimisation techniques, CPM and PERT, Scheduling and

Financial, Material, Tool and Plants Schedule Network, Compression and Updating,

Application of Computer in Planning.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS:

List of experiments:

(1) To draw plan of section of a public or a residential building.

(2) To estimate quantity and cost of the building.

(3) To analyse the rates of RCC components and brickwork.

(4) To formulate tender and contract document of a public building.

(5) To derive a project network for construction of building.

(6) To estimate quantity and cost of road excavation.

Assessment:

Viva Voce examination by internal examiner.

Semester-end: Practical Viva Voce Examination by external examiner.

Books Recommended :

7thEdition, 2010

2. Dutta B.N. Estimating and Costing, UBS Publishers & Distributors Ltd, 16th Edition,

2009.

Limited.14th Edition, 2010

4. Brien ‘O’, CPM in Construction Management, McGraw Hill Professional.5th Edition,

2012

5. Shrinath L.S., PERT and CPM,Affiliated East-West Press Private Limited.4th Edition,

2010

12th Edition, 2012

8.Vazirani Ratwani & Chandola S.P., Estimating, Costing, Specification and Valuation in

Civil Engineering,KhannaPublication,New Delhi.7th Edition, 2015.

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B. E. IV YEAR (4YDC)

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COURSE OUTCOMES:

Geotechnical Engineering is a key subject which gives the behaviour and characteristics of

the soil on the basis of practical examination. Therefore to know the engineering properties

and the applicability through considering valid laws, theories and Indian standard

classification, this subject gives strength in the field of civil engineering. This part involves

foundation engineering, slope stability and earth pressure theory which make the foundation

about the subject.

Unit - 1

Introduction to earth pressure: Active, Passive and earth pressure at rest. Rankines and

coulombs theory of earth pressure. Graphical method of determination of earth pressure.

Unit - 2

Shear Strength of Soil, Mohr Columbs Theory, Mohr’s Stress Circles, Different types of

Shear Test namely, Direct Shear Test, Unconfined Compression Test, Tri Axial

Compression Test & Vane Shear Test. Stability of slopes – different methods of stability

analysis

Unit – 3

Introduction to bearing capacity and different related terms. Different modes of soil

failure . Derivation of Terzaghi’s equation of bearing capacity. Effect of eccentricity of

load and change in water table. I.S. code method for determination of bearing capacity.

Introduction to settlement analysis. Different time fitting methods and time settlement

curves

of shallow and deep foundations and their suitability .

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Pile foundation: Different types of piles. Group action and negative skin friction, load

carrying capacity of pile using different formulae. Pile load test.

Well Foundation: Introduction and different types of well foundation.

Unit - 5

DCPT, Plate load test.Introduction to Rock Mechanics,core Recovery ,Rock Quality

designation ,joint,fractureR.M.R,Uncnfined compression strength, point load index.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS:

List of experiments:

(1) determination of CBR of soil under (a) unsoaked condition (b) soaked condition.

(2) determination of swelling pressure of soil.

(3) determination of shear parameters of soil by direct shear test.

(4) determination unconfined compressive strength and shear parameters of soil.

(5) determination of shear strength of soil by vane shear test.

(6) determination of shear parameters of soil by triaxial compaction test in :

(a) unconsolidated undrained conditions i.e. UU test.

(b) consolidated undrained conditions i.e. CU test.

(c) consolidated drained conditions i.e. CD test.

(7) determination of parameters of consolidation by consolidation test.

(8) determination of undisturbed sampling.

(9) determination of standard penetration test.

(10)determination of dynamic cone penetration test.

(11) determination of plate load and pile load and pile load test.

Assessment:

examination by internal examiner.

Book & References Recommended:

1. Punmia B.C., A., Soil Mechanics and Foundation, Saurabh & Co. (P) Ltd... Madras,

2017 (16th edition)

2. Bowles J.E.., Foundation Analysis & Design, McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., 2012 (5th

edition)

3. Gopal Ranjan& Rao, Basic & Applied Soil Mechanics, New Age International. 2016

(3rd edition)

4. Alamsingh, Modern Geotechnical Engineering, CBS Publisher. 2012 (3rd edition)

5. S.K. Garg, Geotechnical Engineering, Phi Learning Pvt. Ltd-New Delhi. 2016 (10th

edition)

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B. E. IV YEAR (4YDC)

CE41006 DESIGN OF HYDRAULIC STRUCTURE

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Pre-requisite:

The candidate must know about different types of irrigation schemes & should know about

the different types of hydraulic structure required to conceive an irrigation scheme starting

from source to the agricultural fields.

COURSE OUTCOMES:

The candidates will be able to understand the basic theory of design of hydraulic structures

on hard rock and pervious formation. The concepts of reservoir planning are described in

detailed. The detailed design of gravity dam and earthen dam along with spillways and

energy dissipating devises are also explained. The concept of various hydraulic structures on

pervious formation like weirs, barrages, hr/cr, falls CD works and outlets are developed along

with Bligh’s and khosla’s theories. Introduction to different types of gates, valves and other

miscellaneous structures are also explained theory.

COURSE CONTENTS:

Introduction : Introduction to different types of Structures used in Irrigation Schemes,

their functions and necessity, viz. Gravity Dam, Earthen Dams, Arch Dams, Buttress

Dams, Weirs, Barrages, Spillways, Head & Cross Regulators, Falls, C.D. Works,

Outlets, Canals, etc.

Gravity Dams : Forces Acting and their determination, I.S. Load Combinations Modes

of failure, Stability Analysis, Elementary Profile, Practical Profile, Design of High

Gravity Dams.

Unit - 2

Criteria, Seepage Control and Foundation Treatment.

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Unit - 3

Spillways : Types And their Suitability, Detailed Design of Ogee Spillway and Syphon

Spillway, Design Considerations of Side Channels, Shafts and Chute Spillways.

Energy Dissipation Devices: Hydraulic Jump as Energy Dissipator, Design of Stilling

Basins, Introduction to Bucket Type Dissipators.

Unit - 4

Structures on Pervious Foundations: Bligh’s Creep Theory, Lane’s Weighted Creep

Theory, Khosla’s Theory of Independent Variables, Jump Profiles, Determination of

Uplift Pressures under Surface and Sub-surface Flows.

Weirs and Barrages: Detailed Design of Vertical Drop Weir and Barrage including

Design of Floor for Surface and Sub-surface Flows.

Unit - 5

Canal Regulation Structures: Detailed Design of Falls, C.D. Works, Head and Cross

Regulators, Channel Transitions.

Assessment:

Continuous: Two midterm tests in a semester and a makeup test if required.

Semester-end: Theory examination of 3 Hours duration.

PRACTICALS

List of experiments:

(1) Design of channel based on kennedy’s theory on M.S. Excel.

(2) Design of channel based on Lacey’s theory on M.S. Excel.

(3) Design of gravity dam:

(a) Stability criteria on M.S. Excel.

(b) Load calculation on M.S. Excel.

(4) Design of earthern dam on M.S. Excel.

(5) Design of vertical drop weir on M.S. Excel.

(6) Design of barrage on M.S. Excel.

(7) Design to determine reservoir capacity for given data.

(8) Determine ordinate of flood hydrograph by ordinate of unit hydrograph.

(9) Determination of synthetic unit hydrograph by snyder’s method.

(10)Determination of unit hydrograph of some specific duration from given unit

hydrograph.

(b) By method of S-curve technique

Assessment:

examination by internal examiner.

Books & References Recommended :

Text Books

1. Varshney R.S., Theory and Design of Irrigation Structures Vol. II.,Nem Chand &Brothers-

Roorkee, 3rd Edition, 2015

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2. Punmia B.C. &Pande, B.B. Lal, Irrigation Engg, Laxmi Publication 13th Edition, 2009.

3. Garg S.K., Irrigation Engg. & Hydraulic Structures, Khpub. Publication 5th Edition, 2010.

Reference Books

1. Sharma H.D., Concrete Dam, Central Board of Irrigation and Power., Indian Edition,2008

2. . Varshney R.S, Concrete Dams,Oxford& IBH Pub. Co. 2nd Edition,2010

3 . Varshney R.S., Hydro Power Structures, Nem Chand & Brothers-Roorkee, 5thEdition, 2009

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B. E. IV YEAR (4YDC)

CE 41001: DESIGN OF ADVANCED RCC STRUCTURES

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COURSE OUTCOME:

Students will