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BTech Civil Scheme and Syllabi Subject to Approval of Academ

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RAJASTHAN TECHNICAL UNIVERSITYTEACHING SCHEME, B.Tech. [CIVIL ENGINEERING]SECOND YEAR (3
rd
SEMESTER)
A: THEORY PAPERS
Teaching Hours(Per Week)S.No. SubjectCodeSubjectLectures Tutorial
Exam.Duration(Hours)MaximumMarks
 1 3CE1 Strength of Materials and Mechanics of Structures – I03 1 3 1002 3CE2 Building Material & Construction 03 - 3 1003 3CE3 Engineering Geology 03 - 3 1004 3CE4 Computer Applications in CivilEngineering03 - 3 1005 3CE5 Fluid Mechanics 03 1 3 1006 3CE6 Engineering Mathematics 03 - 3 100TOTAL18 02
600
B: PRACTICAL AND SESSIONALS
IA ExamS.No. SubjectCodeSubject Hrs./ Week 60% 40%
Max.Marks
1 3CE7 Engineering Mechanics & ExperimentalTechniques Lab.02 45 30
75
2 3CE8 Civil Engineering Material & Geology Lab. 03 45 30
75
3 3CE9 Computer Programming Lab. 03 45 30
75
4 3CE10 Building Planning & Design I 02 30 20
50
5 3CE11 Fluid Mechanics Lab. 02 45 30
75
6 3CEDC Discipline & Extra Curricular Activities 50
50
TOTAL12 260 140
400GRAND TOTAL32 Hrs./Week 1000
 
3CE1 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS AND MECHANICS OF STRUCTURES I L-3, T-1
UNIT 1Simple Stresses and Strains :
Concept of stress and strain in three dimensions and generalized Hooke’slaw; Direct stress and strain: free body diagrams, Hooke’s law, Young’s modulus; Tension test of mild steeland other materials: true and apparent stress, ultimate strength, yield stress and permissible stress; Stressesin prismatic & non prismatic members and in composite members; Thermal stresses; Shear stress, Shearstrain, Modulus of rigidity, Complementary shear stress; Poisson’s ratio, Volumetric strain, Bulk modulus,relation between elastic constants; Strain energy for gradually applied, suddenly applied and impact loads.
UNIT 2Compound Stress :
Two dimensional stress system: stress resultant,
 
principal planes and principal stresses,state of pure shear maximum shear stress, Mohr’s circle & it’s application.
 Columns :
Short and long columns, slenderness ratio, crushing and buckling of column, short columnsubjected to axial and eccentric loads; Euler’s theory and its limitation, concept of effective length of columns; Rankine & Secant formulae.
 UNIT 3Centroid and Moment of Inertia :
First moment of area, Centroid and moment of inertia of symmetrical &unsymmetrical sections, radius of gyration, polar moment of inertia, product moment of inertia, parallel axistheorem, principal axes and principal moment of inertia.
Plane trusses :
Simple pin jointed trusses and their analysis: method of joints, method of section andintroduction to computer methods.
UNIT 4Bending of Beams :
Types of supports, support reactions, determinate and indeterminate structures, staticstability of plane structures; Bending moment, Shear force and Axial thrust diagrams for staticallydeterminate beams subjected o various types of loads and moments.
UNIT 5Theory of simple bending
: Distribution of bending and shear stresses for simple and composite sections;Shear center and its location in flanged sections.Introduction to unsymmetrical bending.
3CE2 BUILDING
 
MATERIAL AND CONSTRUCTION L-3
UNIT 1Stones : C
lassification, quarrying of stones, Dressing of stones, various standard test on building storesincluding compressive strength, water absorption, durability, impact value, tensile strength, identification,selection criteria and uses of common building stones.
Clay Products
: Bricks such as water absorption, compressive strength, effloresces, dimension andtolerance test– Manufacture process, properties, Classification, standard tests as per IS code, Types of Tiles,standard tests for tiles as per IS code such as water absorption, tolerance, impact value, glazing.
UNIT 2Cement and Lime :
Raw materials, constituents of cement and their role, type of cement, manufacture of OPC, Chemistry of setting and hardening, Various standard tests on Portland cements, as per IS codeincluding consistency, setting time, fineness, soundness and strength. Lime: Classification, Manufacture,properties, tests for lime.
 
Mortar and Plaster:
Functions and types of sand, bulking of sand, tests for sand, classification, preparationmethod, tests, uses and properties of mortar and plaster.
 UNIT 3Timber :
Definitions of related terms, classifications and properties, conversion of wood, seasoning,preservation, fire proofing, Ply woods, fiber boards, defects in wood.
Plastics :
Introduction, properties, classification, uses.
Miscellaneous:
Properties and uses of glass, steel, aluminum, Asbestos, G.I., various types of paints andVarnishes, Prestressed and precast concrete.
UNIT 4Building Requirements
:
 
Building components, their functions and requirements, classification, of buildingby occupancy and by types of construction, load bearing construction and framed structure construction.
Foundation :
Purpose, types of foundation, bearing capacity of soil, depth of footing, foundation for black cotton soil, causes of failure of foundation and remedial measure.
UNIT 5Brick and Stone Masonary
: Basic principle of sound masonary work, different types of bonds, relativemerits merit and demerits of English, single flemish and double flemish bond. Comparison between stoneand brick masonary. General principles, classification of stone masonary.
 Pointing & Plastering :
Definition uses and Relative merits, types of panting, types of plastering.
 Partition Wall :
Types, purpose and use of partition wall.
3CE3 ENGINEERING GEOLOGY L-3
UNIT 1General Geology :
Subdivision of Geology; Importance of Geology in Civil Engg.; Internal Structure of theEarth; Physical properties of Minerals; Weathering and Work of Wind & River ; Geological Time Scale.
UNIT 2Petrology :
Origin, Classification, Texture & Structures of Igneous, Sedimentary and Metamorphic Rocks;Engineering Properties of Rocks.
UNIT 3Structural Geology:
Causes & Classification of Fold, Fault, Joints & Unconformities.
Geophysical Methods:
Electrical resistivity & Seismic refraction method for civil engineering importance.
UNIT 4Engineering Geology:
Geological investigation for site selection of site for Dams, Tunnels, Reservoirs andBridges. Site improvement for different engineering projects.
UNIT 5Remote Sensing:
Introduction and applications in Civil Engineering.

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