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3rd Sem Diploma in Civil ENGG
3rd Sem Diploma in Civil ENGG

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Department of Technical EducationDIPLOMA COURSE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
 / CIVIL D’SHIP
Third SemesterSubject: Environmental Engineering - IContact Hrs/Week:4 Hrs.Contact Hrs/Sem:64 Hrs.
TOPIC ANALYSIS
Chapter No.ContentsNo.of HrsWeightageof MarksPART - A
1Environment and Ecology02052Water Requirement 05123Sources of Water03074Intake Works and Conveyance of Water07155Quality of Water0511
PART - B
6Purification of Water12307Distribution Systems0620
PART - C
8Appurtenances In Distribution System04109Water Supply Arrangement in Buildings051510Water Conservation041011Water Pollution and Control041012Tests 03--13Creativity and Innovation 04--
Total64145DETAILS OF CONTENTSPART - A1Environment and Ecology
1.1Atmosphere, Lithosphere, Hydrosphere, Biosphere.1.2Relation Between Plant, Animals And Environment. Eco System,Man And Ecology.
2Water Requirement
2.1Necessity of water supply.2.2Methods of population forecasting2.3Water Requirements For a) Domestic Purpose b) Industrial Use c) FireFighting d) Public Purpose e) Losses2.4Per Capita Demand and Factors Affecting it.Total Quantity of Water Required for a Town
 
3Sources of Water
3.1Surface Sources - Lakes, Streams, RiversImpounded Reservoirs.3.2Underground Sources - Infiltration Galleries, Infiltration Wells, Springs.3.3Quality of Underground Water.
4Intake Works and Conveyance of Water
4.1Types of intakes - i) Reservoir intake ii) River intake iii) Canal intake4.2Conveyance of Water - Open Channelsand Pipes.4.3Pipe Materials - Cast Iron Pipes, Steel Pipes, ConcretePipes, Pre-Stressed Concrete Pipes, G.I Pipes, PlasticPipes, High Density Polythene Pipes, Merits And Demerits of Each Typeand Situation in Which they are Used.4.4Pipe Joints - Spigot and Socket Joint, Flange Joint, Universal Pipe Joint,Expansion Joint, Flexible Joint, Joint for Concrete pipes.4.5Various stages of pipe laying and its testing.4.6Pipe corrosion and remedial measures.
5Quality of water
5.1Impurities of water - organic and inorganic - classification andexaminationof water.5.2Physical - temperature, colour, turbidity, tasteand odour 5.3Chemical - pH Value, Total Solids, Hardness, Chlorides, Iron andManganese, Fluoride, Dissolved Oxygen.5.4Bacteriological - B-coli, Most Probable Number, Quality Standards foDomestic and Industrial Purpose as per BIS and CPHEEO Std.
6Purification of Water
6.1Flow diagram of different units of purification, brief description of constructional details, working and operation of thefollowing units - plain sedimentation, sedimentationwith coagulation and filtration ( no design)6.2Disinfection of Wate6.3Chemicals required for water treatment, their uses and feeding devices.6.4Dosage of alum, bleaching powder andchlorine gas.
 
7Distribution systems
7.1General Requirements, Systems of Distribution - Gravity System,Combined System, Direct Pumping.7.2Methods of Supply - Intermittent and Continuous.7.3Maintenance of Required Pressure in Distribution Systems.7.4Storage - Underground, Ground Level And Overhead Service Reservoirs – Sketch, Necessity and Accessories.7.5Types of lay-out : dead end, grid iron, radial and ring systems, theimerits and demerits and their suitability.
8Appurtenances in distribution system
8.1Use of Sluice Valves, Check Valves, Air Valves, Scour Valves, ZeroVelocity Valves, Fire Hydrants, Water Meter.
9Water Supply arrangement in buildings
9.1General lay-out of water supply arrangement for single and multi-storied buildings as per I.S code of practice.9.2Connections from water main to buildings.9.3Water supply fittings - their description and uses, water main, service pipes, supply pipe, distribution pipe, domestic storage tank, stop cock,air gap ferrule goose neck, water tap.9.4Hot water supply - electric water heaters andsolar water heaters.
10Water Conservation
10.1Conservation of rain water, roof water harvesting, recharging of groundwater aquifers 
11Water pollution and Control
11.1Sources of water pollution, types and its effects,.11.2Prevention and control measures of water pollution.11.3Legislation with regards to water pollution control
Department of Technical EducationDIPLOMA COURSE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
Third Semester Subject: EC302 Environment Engineering - IContact Hrs/Week:4 Hrs.Contact Hrs/Sem:64 Hrs.GENERAL EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:
Upon the completion of the study of the subject the student should be able to1Know the importance of Environment and Ecology, Relation between plant, animalsand Environment in Eco system.2Know the importance of water supply and its requirements

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