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  • CL 401: ESTIMATION, COSTING & FINANCIAL CONCEPTS - I
  • CL 402: COMPUTER AIDED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
  • CL 404: WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT
  • CL 421: ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
  • CL 422: ADVANCED GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING
  • CL 423: THEORY OF WATER AND WASTEWATER ENGINEERING
  • CL 424: ADVANCED TRAFFIC & TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
  • CL 405: ESTIMATION, COSTING & FINANCIAL CONCEPTS - II
  • CL 406: DESIGN OF STRUCTURES – II
  • CL 431: EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING
  • CL 432: FIELD APPLICATIONS OF GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING
  • CL 434: URBAN TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM
  • CL 435: IRRIGATION WATER MANAGEMENT

Syllabus 

Final Year B.Tech. Civil Engineering

Charotar University of Science & Technology  Faculty of Technology & Engineering  Department of Civil Engineering
Effective From: 2012‐13 Authored by: Charusat 

CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (CHARUSAT)
TEACHING & EXAMINATION SCHEME FOR B TECH PROGRAMME IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
Teaching Scheme Sem Course Code Course Title Contact Hours Credit Theory Practical CL401 Estimation, Costing & Financial Concepts - I CL402 Computer Aided Structural Analysis CL403 Design of Structures - I CL404 Water Resources Engineering & Management Sem- 7 CL 4XX Elective - I Assignment Practice/Coaching for Interview Student Counselling/Self Learning/Academy 3 2 5 2 2 36 CL405 Estimation, Costing & Financial Concepts - II CL406 Design of Structures - II CL 4XX Elective - II Sem- 8 CL410 Project Assignment Practice/Coaching for Interview Student Counselling/Self Learning/Academy 3 4 3 12 4 4 2 7 8 5 12 2 2 36 27 850 25 5 6 4 12 30 30 30 70 70 70 50 50 25 150 50 50 25 150 850 200 200 150 300 4 30 70 25 25 150 3 4 4 4 4 2 4 2 Total 7 6 8 6 5 5 6 5 Internal 30 30 30 30 External 70 70 70 70 Internal 50 25 50 25 External 50 25 50 25 200 150 200 150 Theory Examination Scheme Practical Total

CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (CHARUSAT)
LIST OF ELECTIVES FOR B TECH PROGRAMME IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ELECTIVE - I
CL421 Advanced Structural Analysis CL422 Advanced Geotechnical Engineering CL423 Theory of Water and Waste Water Engineering CL424 Advanced Traffic & Transportation Planning CL425 Soil Erosion & Conservation
Note: 1) Minimum 25% Students are required to offer any Elective. 2) CL 421, CL 422, CL 423, CL 424, CL 425 are prerequisite for CL 431, CL 432, CL433, CL 434, CL 435 respectively

ELECTIVE - II
CL431 CL432 CL433 CL434 CL435 Earthquake Engineering Field Applications of Geotechnical Engineering Environmental Pollution & Control Urban Transporation System Irrigation Water Management

CONTENT
Semester 7 Sr No Subject Code
1 2 3 4 5 CL401 CL402 CL403 CL404 Elective - I CL421 CL422 CL423 CL424 CL425 Advanced Structural Analysis Advanced Geotechnical Engineering Theory of Water and Waste Water Engineering Advanced Traffic & Transportation Planning Soil Erosion & Conservation 21-24 25-28 29-34 35-39 40-44

Name of Subject
Estimation, Costing & Financial Concepts - I Computer Aided Structural Analysis Design of Structures - I Water Resources Engineering & Management

Page No
01-05 06-09 10-14 15-20

Semester 8 Sr No Subject Code
1 2 3 CL405 CL406 Elective - II CL431 CL432 CL433 CL434 CL435 4 CL410 Earthquake Engineering Field Applications of Geotechnical Engineering Environmental Pollution & Control Urban Transportation System Irrigation Water Management Project 53-56 57-60 61-66 67-71 72-76 77-79

Name of Subject
Estimation, Costing & Financial Concepts - II Design of Structures – II

Page No
45-48 49-52

I B TECH 7TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) Credits and Hours: Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 3 100 Practical 4 100 Total 7 200 Credit 5 A. Objectives of the Course: The objectives of this course are • • • • Determination of quantities of items and labour requirement of civil engineering works. Outline of the Course: Sr. COSTING & FINANCIAL CONCEPTS . 1 2 3 4 5 6 Estimation Rules and Methods of Measurement Estimation and costing of Building Specifications Rate Analysis Contract and Tenders Title of the Unit Minimum Number of Hours 06 04 15 06 08 06 Total Hours (Theory): 45 Total Hours (Lab): 60 Total Hours: 105 1 . To introduce the basic learning requirements for the civil engineer project manager and to make the appreciation for the qualitative nature of the construction project management. Preparation of estimate of the civil engineering works.CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CL 401: ESTIMATION. B. No. Preparation of specification of construction items.

preparation of detail estimate. 3. slab. data required for detail estimate. two room kitchen residential building.1 Rules and Methods of Measurement General rules which are applicable during the calculation of quantity for different associated items 2. Administrative approval. Various methods of quantity analysis: Long wallshort wall and centre line.6 Quantity estimate.C. 3. all with material estimate.3 1. Supplementary estimate.5 Approximate estimate. Revised estimate. chajja. Approximate method of costing for buildings. retaining wall and water tank.C.2 1. beam.3 Estimation of quantity of R.4 Estimation General Purpose of estimates Types of estimates Detail estimate. Technical Sanction 2 2. stair.1 1. lintel.2 Principles in selecting units of measurement for items. Steps. Abstract of measurement.7 Data required for sanction of project.3 3 3. one room residential building. Compound wall.C frame 2 15 Hours 33% 04 Hours 8% 06 Hours 13% . various units and standard modes of measurement for different item of work and materials as per IS:1200 revised 2. Detailed Syllabus: 1 1. expenditure sanction. 1.1 Deduction criteria for various item of works Estimation and costing of Building General items of work for building estimate and their units of measurements.2 Estimation of quantity of load bearing structure: Footing.C. column. 1. single storey R. Standard measurement form. water supply and sanitary works. Construction cost index. general principle of approximate estimate. complete estimate and Annual maintenance or repair estimate 1. Factors to be consider during preparation of a detailed estimate.C structure – estimation of structural component: footing.

2 Contract and tender Contract. material estimate.2 4.3 6.10 Load for trucks 5. All with schedule of bar bending.2 5.5 4.7 5 5.4 5.7 5. use.5 5.6 6.4 6.1 6.definition Classification of tender 06 Hours 14% 3 .definition Qualification of contractor and authenticity of it to entre in contract for public works 6.3 4.1 5.5 6.9 Abstract preparation Specifications Definition Objective.structure.6 4.7 Essential of contract Types of contract Advantages and disadvantages of various contract Tender .1 4.8 5.3 5.6 5. types of specification General and special specification Specification for material and workmanship Design and principles of specification Sources of information Typical specification of various item of works Rate Analysis Rate analysis and requirement of the rate analysis Factors affecting rate analysis Method of preparation of rate analysis of work Quantity of materials per unit rate of work Estimating Labour Cost of equipment or tools and plant Overhead expenses Contractor profit Task of work 08 Hours 18% 06 Hours 14% 5.11 Rate analysis of all typical items of works for building construction. (starting from lime concrete for foundation to the finishing work) 6 6. 3.4 4.4 4 4. importance.

E. tender form.e. A visit of building under construction to illustrate standard mode of measurement. cost analysis. Instructional Method and Pedagogy: • • • • • At the start of course. The course includes a laboratory. Tutorials related to course content will be carried out in the laboratory. black board. Scrutiny of tender. • • • • Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar will be conducted which carries 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. OHP etc.9 Liquidated damages 6..10 Advertisement of tender notice 6. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory which carries 5 Marks weightage. Acceptance of tender. unbalanced tender 6.12 Direct and indirect cost D. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation.11 Contract documents 6. 4 . Revocation of tender. prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. the course delivery pattern. i. The student will get in depth knowledge of how to carry out quantity analysis and how to prepare abstract. It carries a weightage of 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Students Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this course • • The students will get the ethical knowledge of professional practices applied to estimation. Market Survey based on course content will be carried out by student/group of students during the semester.6. where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures.8 Opening of tender.

Recommended Study Material: Text Books 1.. Estimating. New Delhi. Transportation and Environmental engineering. Irrigation.• The subject will be useful for specialized areas in Building construction. New Delhi.. Chakraborty Publication. B. Civil Engineering Contracts. and Vazirani. 2006. B.. UBS Publishers & Distributors Limited. 2. Chakraborti.N. – I. Specification and Valuation on Civil Engineering.P. M.K. Dutta.iitm.ac. Patil. http://nptel. Vol.. S. Elements of Estimating and Costing. Upadhyay. A. F. Aggarwal. S. Rangwala. Charotar Publishing House. A. Anand.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IIT-%20Guwahati/cpm/index.K Kataria & Sons. Web Materials: 1.html 5 . Costing. Orient Longman Publication. Costing &Valuation. M. 1996.. Estimating and Costing.C. 1998. Reference Books: 1.. Khanna Publication. 3. 4. S.S. Estimating & Costing in Civil Engineering Theory and Practice. Chandola. Civil Estimating. Professional practice. 2.

To develop proper learning skill by working on current developments in the field of Structural Engineering. No. 1 2 3 4 Introduction Stiffness Method Concepts of Flexibility Finite Element Method Title of the Unit Minimum Number of Hours 04 26 14 16 Total Hours (Theory): 60 Total Hours (Lab): 30 Total Hours: 90 6 . To know recent advances in the development and use of computer methods for the solution of scientific and engineering problems related to structures. Objectives of the Course: The main objectives of this course are • • • • To strengthen theoretical concepts of structural analysis & designs. To get flexibility and freedom for a better understanding of structural behavior with material and geometric non-linearity and loading uncertainties. B. Outline of the Course: Sr.CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CL 402: COMPUTER AIDED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS B TECH 7TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) Credits and Hours: Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 4 100 Practical 2 50 Total 6 150 Credit 5 A.

numerical integration.1 5.4 Two dimensional iso-parametric elements: Four node 16 Hours 27% 14 Hours 23% 24 Hours 40% 06 Hours 10% quadrilateral elements.4 Symmetry / Anti-symmetry Oblique supports and elastic supports Computer Applications to Stiffness Method Fundamentals and Applications of Flexibility Method Introduction Flexibilities of prismatic members Formalization of flexibility members Analysis of Beam. Detailed Syllabus: 1 1.1 4.5 4 4.2 Finite Element Method Introduction to FEM Types of problems.2 Analysis of beams and plane truss. Plane Truss & Plane Frame by Member Approach 5 5. stresses & equilibrium. plane frames. restrain & temperature and composite structures by member approach 2. space frame under loading & various secondary effects like deformation of support.C.1 1.4 2.1 Stiffness Method Overview of different stiffness & rotation-transformation matrices 2. stress-strain relations 5.2 4.2 1.3 Application of FEM to one dimensional (for bar & beam) & two dimensional problems using constant strain triangles 5. space truss.3 4.4 Introduction Review of fundamental principles of structural analysis Introduction to matrix structural analysis Structural idealization and assumptions Introduction to system approach for Flexibility and Stiffness Method 2 2.3 2. grids. higher order elements 7 .3 1. strain-displacement relations.

D. prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. temperature variations. initial strains. The course includes a laboratory. and/or support settlements using the stiffness method. static and dynamic analysis of structures. black board. E. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students at the end of each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. Students Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this course • • Students will be able to use variety of Structural Engineering software for their projects and research work.e. where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. Students will be able to analyze any framed structure subjected to applied loads. • • • Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar will be conducted which carries 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Instructional Method and Pedagogy: • • • • • At the start of course. OHP etc. • • • The course will be embraced computer-aided design including visualization and optimization methods. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector.. It carries a weightage of 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. The course will give in-depth knowledge of mathematical modeling and computational methods in the areas of non-linear. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory which carries 5 Marks weightage. i. Experiments/Tutorials related to course content will be carried out in the laboratory. structural systems for which the nonlinear behavior can be modeled in a piecewise linear fashion. 8 . Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. the course delivery pattern. The students can solve the structural systems.

McGraw Hill Co.. Oxford University Press. Wang. Fundamentals of Structural Analysis. C.in/video. 1999. and Gere.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT%20Kharagpur/Structural%20Analysis/pdf/m4l23.iitm. M. Reddy. http://nptel. W. 1990.php?subjectId=105101086 9 .. Matrix Analysis of Framed Structures. 2.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT%20Kharagpur/Structural%20Analysis/pdf/m2l8. McGraw Hill Co. Van Nostrand Reinhold. Deshmukh S.ac.pdf 3.ac. Intermediate Structural Analysis.. Geschwinder.ac. 4. & Meghre A. James..iitm. West and Louis F.iitm.S. http://nptel. K. Krishnamoorthy C. Web Materials: 1. Weaver. An Introduction to Linear Finite Element Method. 3.iitm. John Wiley & Sons. Metrix Methods of Structural Analysis. Charutar Publishing House 2. Brooks/Cole Publishing Company.ac. K. Inc.html 2. Matrix Analysis of Structures. F. 2nd edition.pdf 4.S. http://nptel. rd Reference Books: 1. Harry H. 2004. N. Aslam Kasimali. Recommended Study Material: Text Books: 1..in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT%20Kharagpur/Structural%20Analysis/New_index1. Finite Element Method. 3 edition. J. 3.• The students will apply and understand static structural analysis for both two and three-dimensional frame structures in the context of finite element formulations. 2002. http://nptel.

C. Outline of the Course: Sr. To make students aware with the behavior and design of R. B. and steel structural elements. Objectives of the Course: The objectives of the course are • • To make students familiar with the fundamental design concepts of steel and reinforced cement concrete structures. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Design Concepts Design of Flexure Members Design of Slabs Design of Compression Members with/without Bending Design of Footings Bolted Connections Welded Connections Tension Members Compression Members Design of Beams Title of the Unit Minimum Number of Hours 02 08 08 08 04 06 06 06 06 06 Total Hours (Theory): 60 Total Hours (Lab): 60 Total Hours: 120 10 .CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CL 403: DESIGN OF STRUCTURES – I B TECH 7TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) Credits and Hours: Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 4 100 Practical 4 100 Total 8 200 Credit 6 A. which will be useful in the design of various structures.C.

4 3 3.1 3.5 2 2. types of bolted joints Load transfer mechanism.4 6.1 1. Detailed Syllabus: Reinforced Concrete Structures 1 1.1 2. failure of bolted joints Bearing type connections Tensile strength of plate Strength and efficiency of the joint Combined shear and tension Welded Connections Welding processes. compression.2 1. welding electrodes.2 5 5. cracking Basis of design.3 1.1 5.1 4. advantages of welding 11 06 Hours 10% 06 Hours 10% 04 Hours 08% 08 Hours 13% 08 Hours 13% 08 Hours 13% 02 Hours 03% . simply supported) Design of Compression Members with/without Bending Analysis & design of axially loaded short column Design of axially loaded column with uni & bi-axial Bending Design of Footings Pressure distribution under Footing Design of isolated footing (square & oblong) Steel Structure 6 6.3 2.2 3.4 1.2 2. shear.3 4 4.1 6.sections Design of Slabs Method of slab analysis Design of One-way slab (simply supported) Design of Two-way slab (restrained.C. loads & forces Design of Flexure Members Behaviour of R.1 Bolted Connections Bolt as connection. beams under loads Design of singly reinforced sections Design of doubly reinforced sections Design of T.6 7 7.2 Design Concepts Safety & serviceability requirements Characteristic and design values & partial safety factors Limit state of collapse: Flexure.C.3 6.2 6. types of bolts. torsion Limit state of serviceability: Deflection.C.5 6.

Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory which carries 5 Marks weightage.4 7.6 10 Types and properties of welds.2 9.1 8.6 7.3 Design of laterally un-supported beams 10.1 9.5 Web buckling and web crippling D. the course delivery pattern.4 8. black board.4 9.2 7.7.2 8. Instructional Method and Pedagogy: • • • At the start of course.1 Beam type.5 9. slenderness ratio Design of tension member Lug angles. gusset plate Compression Members Effective length. OHP etc.7 8 8. splices.3 8. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector.3 9.4 Shear behaviour 10. design strength Design of axially loaded compression members Built-Up columns (latticed columns) Lacing. section classification. types of failures Design strength of tension members. 12 .2 Design of laterally supported beams in bending 10. types of Joints Effective area of welds Design of welds.3 7. effective net area. battening Design of Beams 06 Hours 10% 06 Hours 10% 06 Hours 10% 10. types of sections Types of buckling Column formula. prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. effective length 10. slenderness ratio.4 9 9. lateral stability.5 7. simple joints Moment resistant connections Continuous beam-to-column connections Beam and column splices Tension Members Types of tension members Net sectional area.

Structures Publications.R.K. Limit State Theory and Design of Reinforced Concrete. B. Charotar Publishing House. H. and Karve. 2. A. Steel Structures: Design and Practice. Mc Graw Hill Education (P) Ltd. Variyani and Radhaji. Duggal.. Manual of Limit State Design.. and Jain. Subramanian. India. New Delhi.C. CBS Publishers.. 4. V. 13 . S. • • • Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar will be conducted which carries 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. F. 3. D. where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. R.. Limit State Design of Concrete Structures. Scientific Publishers. Reference Books: 1. Designs (Reinforced Concrete Sturctures). The course includes a laboratory. S. Punamia. Reinforced Concrete Vol-I & II.L. 4. Recommended Study Material: Text Books: 1. 2. Oxford University Press. It carries a weightage of 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation..C. Laxmi Publications (P) Ltd. TATA McGraw-Hill. N. Tutorials related to course content will be carried out in the laboratory. Pillai.. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students at the end of each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. New Delhi.• • Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Limit State Design of Steel Structures. Ramchandra & Gehlot V. Students Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this course • Students will able to understand service criteria and factored strength criteria for acceptance of basic reinforced concrete and steel members.J. 3.K.. E.C. Reinforced Concrete Design. and Menon. Shah. S. Shah.

in/courses/IIT MADRAS/Design_Steel_Structures_I/7_beamcolumns/2_concepts_of_limit_state_de sign. http://nptel. Plain and Reinforced Concrete 2.pdf 2. Earthquake Resisting Design & Construction Building 5. Criteria for Earthquake Resistant Design 4.org/wiki/Reinforced_concrete 3.in/courses/IIT-MADRAS/Design_Steel_Structures_I/index.php 6. http://nptel.iitm.ac.pdf 5. http://nptel.in/courses/IIT-MADRAS/Design_Steel_Structures_II/index. Ductile Detailing of RC Structures 14 .ac. http://nptel.wikipedia.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT%20Kharagpur/Design%20of%2 0Con%20Struc/pdf/m1l1.org/wiki/I-beam 4. IS: 878.iitm.php Other Materials: 1.iitm.iitm. http://en.wikipedia. http://en.ac.ac. IS: 1896-2002 (Part-I). IS: 16920-1996. Code of Practice for Design Loads 3. IS: 7626-1996.Web Materials: 1. IS: 786-2000.

Outline of the Course: Sr.CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CL 404: WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT B TECH 7TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) Credits and Hours: Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 4 100 Practical 2 50 Total 6 150 Credit 5 A. To create a vision for the water resources development and management. To ensure optimal utilization of surface water at project level. develop and manage the water resources effectively. B. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Title of the Unit Rivers & River Training Reservoir Reservoir Planning & Regulation Water Resources Planning and Development Drought and Flood Management Hydroelectric Power Minimum Number of Hours 06 08 20 12 06 08 Total Hours (Theory): 60 Total Hours (Lab): 30 Total Hours: 90 15 . To facilitate the optimum use and conservation of water resources. Objectives of the Course: The objectives of this course are • • • • • To improve knowledge and understanding of water resources. To plan.

site selection Capacity-elevation and area elevation curves of a reservoir site Storage zones Reservoir Planning & Regulation Investigations for reservoir planning Reservoir capacity: Catchment yield and reservoir yield. relation between the inflow.4 3.3 4.1 3.5 4.3 3 3.2 4. types. mass curve and demand curve 3.5 3.2 Rivers & River Training Classification of rivers Objectives and classification of river training River training methods Reservoir Definition. fixing the reservoir capacity from the annual inflow and outflow data. outflow and storage data for a reservoir. determination of dependable catchment yield of reservoir.1 1.3 3.6 4.3 2 2.7 4. Detailed Syllabus: 1 1.4 Demand patterns and optimal operation Reservoir losses Reservoir sedimentation and control Reservoir clearance Water Resources Planning and Development Needs of water resources planning Purposes of water resources development projects Classification of water resources development projects Physical factors.1 4.2 1.1 2.C. fixing the reservoir capacity for the computed value of the dependable yield of the reservoir catchment.6 4 4.2 2. economical consideration and environmental effects 4.8 5 Data required for planning and investigation Process of project formulation Project evaluation Strategies for the future: Planning and Management Drought and Flood Management 16 06 Hours 10% 12 Hours 20% 20 Hours 33% 08 Hours 14% 06 Hours 10% .

1 6. E. the course delivery pattern. • • • Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar will be conducted which carries 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. 17 . where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. The course includes a laboratory.4 5.2 5. prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. black board. causes Drought protection and mitigation Management alternatives during drought Flood management activities Structural measures for flood mitigation Hydroelectric Power Thermal and hydropower Classification of hydel plants Terms used in hydropower Components of hydro-electric scheme 08 Hours 13% D. Instructional Method and Pedagogy: • • • • • At the start of course.1 5. Experiments/Tutorials related to course content will be carried out in the laboratory. It carries a weightage of 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation.3 6.4 Definition. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students at the end of each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval.3 5.5 6 6.2 6. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory which carries 5 Marks weightage. Students Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this course • The students will be familiar with concepts of water resources planning. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector.5. OHP etc.

R.. New Delhi.wikipedia. Irrigation Engineering and Hydraulic Structures. Oxford and IBK Publishing House. Arora.. http://en. 5. Sharma.pdf 2. 6. B.N.• • The students will be effectively plan.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT%20Kharagpur/Water%20Resource%20Engg/pdf/m1l03. New Age International Publishers. Irrigation and Water Power Engineering. Nem Chand and Brothers.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT%20Kharagpur/Water%20Resource%20Engg/pdf/m1l04. http://nptel.L.html 18 . P.pdf 4. Recommended Study Material: Text Books: 1. 4.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT%20Kharagpur/Water%20Resource%20Engg/pdf/m1l02. Singh Bharat. Garg. R. B. Laxmi Publications (P) Ltd. Lal.iitm. 5.ac. Punmia. Modi. Linsley.E. harness. New Delhi. http://nptel.K. Fundamentals of Irrigation Engineering.iitm.. Khanna Publishers. New Delhi..B.C.ac. New Delhi. and Jain A.K. G. Web Materials: 1.. 3.waterencyclopedia. Roorkee. McGraw Hill International.K. Water Power and Water Resources Engineering. New Delhi. Text book of Irrigation Engineering and Hydraulic Structures. Water Resources Engineering.pdf 3. Irrigation Water Resources and Water Power Engineering.ac. The students will be aware of different techniques of drought and flood management. Pande. Standard Publishers Distributors.K.. Irrigation and Water Resources Engineering.com/Da-En/Drought-Management.K.. New Delhi. Jain A. Reference Books: 1. Irrigation. 2.org/wiki/Drought http://www. F. R. 2.iitm. J. K.. develop and manage the water resources of the state. Standard Book House. S. Asawa. http://nptel. and Franzini.

ac.ac.iitm.iitm.iitm. http://nptel.pdf 7.pdf 9.ac. http://nptel.pdf 19 .pdf 8.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT%20Kharagpur/Water%20Resource%20Engg/pdf/m6l01.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT%20Kharagpur/Water%20Resource%20Engg/pdf/m5l02. http://nptel.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT%20Kharagpur/Water%20Resource%20Engg/pdf/m6l02.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT%20Kharagpur/Water%20Resource%20Engg/pdf/m5l01.6.ac.iitm. http://nptel.

Tutorial 1 Tutorial 2 Tutorial 3 Tutorial 4 Tutorial 5 Tutorial 6 Rivers & River Training Reservoir Reservoir Planning & Regulation Water Resources Planning and Development Drought & Flood Management Hydroelectric Power Name of Experiment 20 .LIST OF EXPERIMENTS Experiment No.

Outline of the Course: Sr. To impart the adequate knowledge enabling the students can analyze and design of concrete water tanks.CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CL 421: ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS B TECH 7TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) Credits and Hours: Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 3 100 Practical 2 50 Total 5 150 Credit 4 A. 1 2 3 4 Introduction Culverts and Bridges Nonlinear Analysis Domes Title of the Unit Minimum Number of Hours 02 20 10 13 Total Hours (Theory): 45 Total Hours (Lab): 30 Total Hours: 75 21 . Objectives of the Course: The objectives of this course are • • To impart analysis and design skills of bridge structures at advance level. No. B.

1 4.2 3.4 4 4.3 2.C. general design considerations 2.13 Analysis of slab culverts for I.8 Structural forms of bridge decks Introduction to bridge codes I. beam and slab decks and cellular decks 2.1 3.6 Nonlinear Analysis Linear and Nonlinear Response Secant and Tangent Stiffness Martices Nonlinear Analysis Nonlinear behaviour of Truss Domes Introduction Nature of Stresses in Spherical Domes& Conical Domes Loads acting on Domes Spherical Domes subjected to UDL Spherical Domes subjected to Concentrated Load at Crown Design of RC Domes 22 13 Hours 29% 10 Hours 22% .4 4.3 3.5 4. skew and curved slabs 2.2 4.R. characteristics of each bridge 2.9 Effective width of load dispersion 20 Hours 45% 02 Hours 04% 2.R.4 Introduction Basic concepts of Analysis Culverts and Bridges Introduction Classification and components of bridges History of bridges Layout and planning or engineering and aesthetic requirements in bridge design.10 Courbon’s method. Grillage analysis of slab decks. loadings for road bridges: Standard live loads Other forces acting on bridges. Morice Little method.C.2 2. loads stresses and combinations.1 2 2.6 2.12 Girder bridges: Types and load distribution 2.11 Superstructure: Analysis of right.1 2. Detailed Syllabus: 1 1. loading 3 3.C. Hendry Jaeger method.7 2.5 2.3 4.

& Meghre A. N.D. Oxford & IBH publishing Co. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation.C. black board. OHP etc. Students Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this course • Students will be able to analyze R. Metrix Methods of Structural Analysis. codes and also able to analyze the bridge structure using different methods • Students will be capable enough to analyze and design of R.C. F..C. New Delhi. 2. K. Experiments/Tutorials related to course content will be carried out in the laboratory.. It carries a weightage of 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. E. Ltd. Design of Bridges. Recommended Study Material: Text Books: 1. • • • Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar will be conducted which carries 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students at the end of each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. the course delivery pattern. The course includes a laboratory. Atul Prakashan 23 . Deshmukh S. Instructional Method and Pedagogy: • • • • • At the start of course.P. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory which carries 5 Marks weightage..C. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector.C. prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. Krishna Raju.S. where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. culverts and concrete water tanks. Structural Analysis III.R. Charutar Publishing House 3.. bridge super structure subjected to applied loads which are as per given in I. Rethaliya R.

Reference Books: 1. Raina, V.K., Concrete Bridges Practice – Analysis, Design and Economics, Shroff Publications, 2nd edition, New Delhi, 2005. 2. Jaikrishna and Jain O.P., Plain and Reinforced Concrete, Vol.-II, Nem Chand & Bros., Roorkee. 3. 4. Vazirani & Ratwani, Concrete Structures, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 1990. Sayal & Goel, Reinforced Concrete Structures, S. Chand Publication, New Delhi, 2004. 5. Dayaratnam, P., Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures, Oxford & IBH publication, New Delhi, 2000. 6. Vazirani, Ratwani and Aswani, Design of Concrete Bridges, Khanna Publishers, 2nd edition, 2008. Web Materials: 1. http://www.a-jacks.com/OpenChannel/GeneralInfo/Culverts/Culvert%20Design.pdf 2. http://happytreeflash.com/culverts-ppt.html 3. http://www.springfieldmo.gov/stormwater/pdfs/Criteria/Chapter7.pdf 4. www.inti.gov.ar/cirsoc/pdf/puentes_hormigon/31-bridgedesign.ppt

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CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CL 422: ADVANCED GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING B TECH 7TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) Credits and Hours:
Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 3 100 Practical 2 50 Total 5 150 Credit 4

A. Objectives of the Course:
The objectives of this course are • To gain in-depth understanding of soil mechanics to apply in day-to-day geotechnical engineering, the eventual aim of this subject is to incorporate psychological perception of learning and reasoning of engineering aspects of foundation engineering in general. • To know the application of scientific and technological principles of analysis, design and Geotechnical engineering.

B. Outline of the Course:
Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Introduction Effective Stress Principle Introduction to Rock Mechanics Foundation on Expansive Soils Foundation on Collapsible Soils Machine Foundations Title of the Unit Minimum Number of Hours 01 10 08 08 08 10 Total Hours (Theory): 45 Total Hours (Lab): 30 Total Hours: 75

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C. Detailed Syllabus:
1 1.1 1.2 1.3 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 3 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 5 5.1 5.2 5.4 Introduction Course overview Overview of soil mechanics and rock mechanics Overview of foundation engineering Effective Stress Principle Effective stress principle, nature of effective stress Effect of water table fluctuations on effective stress Seepage pressure Quick sand condition Failures of hydraulic structures and preventions Introduction to Rock Mechanics Introduction Geological classification of rocks Index properties of rocks Classification of rocks for engineering properties Modes of failure of rocks Foundation on Expansive Soils Identification of expansive soils Parameters of expansive soils Causes of moisture changes Preventive measures for expansive soils Foundation on Collapsible Soils Types of collapsible soils Parameters of collapsible soils Design of foundation on un-wetted collapsible soils and soils subjected to wetting. 6 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 Machine Foundations Introduction, basic definitions Types of machine foundation General criteria for design of machine foundation Vibration analysis of a machine foundation Examples based on topic 26 10 Hours 22% 08 Hours 18% 08 Hours 18% 08 Hours 18% 10 Hours 22% 01 Hours 02%

D. Instructional Method and Pedagogy:
• • • • • At the start of course, the course delivery pattern, prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector, black board, OHP etc. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory which carries 5 Marks weightage. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students at the end of each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. It carries a weightage of 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. • • • Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar will be conducted which carries 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. The course includes a laboratory, where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. Experiments/Tutorials related to course content will be carried out in the laboratory.

E. Students Learning Outcomes:
On the successful completion of this course • • • The students will get a diverse knowledge of geotechnical engineering practices applied to real life problems. Students will learn the various aspects of geotechnical engineering and be able to conduct independent work. The students will learn to understand the theories and practical aspects of geotechnical engineering along with the design and field applications.

F. Recommended Study Material:
Text Books: 1. Arora, K.R., Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering, Standard Publication, New Delhi.

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Tata McGraw Hill Book Co... 3.S. New Delhi. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering. Ltd. Foundation Engineering. Das B. Vol. 2. Foundation Engineering Handbook. 4.in/video. Thomson and Thornburn. Nayak. I and II. 2. N.cdeep. New Delhi. Handbook of Machine Foundation.edu/~rogersda/expansive_soils/DAMAGE%20TO%20FOUNDATION S%20FROM%20EXPANSIVE%20SOILS.in/nptel/Civil%20Engineering/Foundation_Engineering/Cou rse%20Objective. 7. Web Materials: 1. Principles of Foundation Engineering. Murthy.pdf 28 .M. Shamsher Prakash and Gopal Ranjan.N. Soil Engineering. 5.html 3.. Asia Publication House.php?subjectId=105107120 http://www. Peck. Laxmi Publication Pvt.ac.ac.. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering. Fang and Einterkorn. 3. 6. Sribivasula and Vaidyanathan.B.2.iitb. B.mst. Sai Kripa Technical Consultants. Punamia. V. http://nptel. http://web.. Sarita Publications. Singh Alam. Foundation Engineering Manual. Bangalore Reference Books: 1. Analysis and Design of Retaining Structures.C.iitm.

To understand conceptual design of systems for treating municipal wastewater and drinking water as well as reactor theory. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Title of the Unit Review of Environmental Engineering Reactors Physico-Chemical Treatment Processes Biological Treatment Processes for Wastewater Sludge Processing Advanced Water and Wastewater Treatment Minimum Number of Hours 03 06 12 12 06 06 Total Hours (Theory): 45 Total Hours (Lab): 30 Total Hours: 75 29 . B. To gain the knowledge related to biochemical & physiochemical processes relevant to contemporary water and wastewater treatment. Outline of the Course: Sr. process kinetics and models.CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CL 423: THEORY OF WATER AND WASTEWATER ENGINEERING B TECH 7TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) Credits and Hours: Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 3 100 Practical 2 50 Total 5 150 Credit 4 A. Objectives of the Course: The objectives of this course are • • • To provide an overview of both the theoretical and practical aspects of conventional and advanced technology for surface water and wastewater treatment. No.

5 Ion exchange. reaction kinetics Principle of mass transfer. design of clarifiers. types of clarifier. ideal disinfectant.3 2. particle settling theory.1 4. exchange materials. design of slow and rapid mixers 3. flocculation theory. filter hydraulics. design and operation of slow sand. rate control patterns and methods. high rate clarification.1 Physico-Chemical Treatment Processes Coagulation processes. coagulants.2 4. exchange capacity.3 principal mechanisms of filtration. two film theory Introduction to process selection for domestic and industrial wastewater 3 3. ozone chemistry.6 Disinfection.2 Sedimentation. mass balance analysis Types of reactions.4 Review of Environmental Engineering Introduction Water treatment processes and systems Wastewater treatment processes and systems Reactors Mass transport processes. adsorption equilibria and development of adsorption isotherms. factors influencing. influencing factors. ion exchange chemistry and reactions.1 2. stability of colloids and destabilization.3 Biological Treatment Processes for Wastewater Objectives and fundamentals of biological treatment Operational problems in biological treatment units Kinetics of biological treatment systems: systems 30 Batch and continuous 12 Hours 27% 12 Hours 27% 06 Hours 13% 03 Hours 07% .4 Adsorption processes. modes of disinfection. chemistry of chlorination. UV disinfection. activated carbon adsorption kinetics. rapid sand and dual media filters 3. Detailed Syllabus: 1 1. applications for hardness and TDS removal 3.1 1. mechanisms.2 2. analysis and design of GAC and PAC contactors 3. gas-liquid mass transfer.C. 3.3 2 2. estimation of ozone dosage. Estimation of UV dose 4 4. causes and types of adsorption.2 1.

principles and design of stabilization ponds 4.4. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector.1 5. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation.5 Theoretical principles and design: Suspended growth system Theoretical principles and design: Attached growth system. ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis Nitrification and denitrification Processes Phosphorous removal 06 Hours 13% 06 Hours 13% D. • • • Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar will be conducted which carries 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. types of anaerobic reactors Sludge Processing Sludge separation Sludge thickening and volume reduction Conditioning and digestion – aerobic and anaerobic Advanced Water and Wastewater Treatment Principles of microfiltration. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students at the end of each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. Instructional Method and Pedagogy: • • • • • At the start of course.1 6. The course includes a laboratory.3 6 6. OHP etc.4 4.3 Fundamentals of anaerobic treatment. Experiments/Tutorials related to course content will be carried out in the laboratory.2 5.6 5 5.2 6. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory which carries 5 Marks weightage. E. prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. Students Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this course 31 . the course delivery pattern. black board. where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. It carries a weightage of 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation.

Schroeder. 1980. McGraw Hill Inc.D. R. 2001. 3.. Web Materials: 1. Physico-Chemical Process of Water Quality Control.in 32 . Webber.W. 6. 2. L. Handbook of Environmental Engineering Calculations. John Wiley and Sons Inc. http://www. T. Theory and Practice of Water and Wastewater Treatment. Tebbut. C.D. Pergamon press. Biological Process Design for Wastewater Treatment. and Randal. Lee. 1997.H. and be able to identify appropriate pre-treatment and post treatment schemes. and Christian.A. 3. New York. New Jersey. C. Rowe and Tchobanologous. Environmental Engineering.. W. • • The student will comprehend the principles and the capabilities/constraints of using specific process. S. Wastewater Treatment Concepts and Design Approach. New Delhi. F.. Karia. 2. Peavy. Reference Books: 1. and Droste. Edward D. G. Recommended Study Material: Text Books: 1. The students will be able to select an appropriate process for a specific application. Englewood Chiffs.indiaenvironmentportal. R.• The students will be able to understand the basic principles of coagulation.org. Wiley InterScience. 4.. and cleaning protocols. McGraw Hill. 5. 1999. Benefield. The student will be described and contrasted the underlying mechanisms of the different biochemical and physiochemical reactions used in water and wastewater treatment. and Lin.Y. and select appropriate processes depending on the nature of impurities to be removed and the intended use of the treated water.. Prentice Hall. Ronand. Principal of Water Quality Control. Prentice Hall of India Pvt.L. Metcalf Eddy.J. flocculation and disinfection processes. Water and Wastewater Treatment.C.. • • The student will list and discuss the components of water and wastewater and their influence on choice of treatment processes. Wastewater Engineering Treatment and Reuse. Ltd.

http://engineering. http://www.dartmouth.in 33 .be/pages/documents/slibtechnologie/Sanotec_slib_www_E.ppt 5.filtersource. https://dgserver.dgsnd.pdf 3.tnav.edu/~cushman/courses/engs37/biotreatmenttypes.com 4. www.gov.2.

Nitrate Settling Column Analysis Development of Adsorption Isotherm Determination of SVI Determination of F/M Ratio Preparation of Report Based on Field Visit 34 .LIST OF EXPERIMENTS Experiment Name of Experiment No. 1 Determination of Sulphate & Phosphorous 2 3 4 5 6 7 Determination of Ammonia. Nitrite.

To develop a strong knowledge base of transportation planning and its transit requirement in any urban area through various modern approaches. Objectives of the Course: The objectives of the course are • • To enable students understand and assess traffic characteristics and related studies required for planning and designing of efficient transportation infrastructure.CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CL 424: ADVANCED TRAFFIC & TRANSPORTATION PLANNING B TECH 7TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) Credits and Hours: Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 3 100 Practical 2 50 Total 5 150 Credit 4 A. Outline of the Course: Sr. Regulation & Management Urbanization Process Transportation Planning Process Travel Demand Estimation Urban Mass Transit Study Title of the Unit Minimum Number of Hours 02 05 08 06 05 02 06 07 04 Total Hours (Theory): 45 Total Hours (Lab): 30 Total Hours: 75 35 . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Traffic Planning Traffic Engineering & Studies Traffic Flow Study & Analysis Traffic Design Traffic Control Devices. B. No.

8 3 3.7 2.2 5.4 2.4 5 5.1 5. collection & presentation Traffic Flow Study & Analysis Stream characteristics Q-K-V Relationship Level of service Capacity analysis Queuing phenomenon Arrival.3 2 2. Regulation & Management Traffic signs.5 2.5 5. Detailed Syllabus: 1 1.5 3.C.3 4.6 4 4.3 5.3 3.6 2. discharge & headway studies Traffic Design Channelization of islands Design of rotary Warrants for At-Grade & Grade separated intersection Facilities for pedestrian & bicycle-ways Traffic Control Devices. functions and administration Traffic issues in Indian cities Traffic Engineering & Studies Traffic elements Vehicular characteristics Road user characteristics Traffic volume study Origin destination study Speed & delay study Parking & accident study Data sampling. techniques & enforcement 36 05 Hours 11% 06 Hours 13% 08 Hours 18% 05 Hours 11% 02 Hours 04% . markings Methods of traffic control Warrants for signalized intersection Approaches for signal design Design of isolated traffic signals Traffic management measures.2 1.2 3.1 3.2 4.1 2.6 Traffic Planning Introduction Scope.4 3.4 5.1 4.3 2.2 2.1 1.

Instructional Method and Pedagogy: • • • • At the start of course.4 7 7.1 7. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory which carries 5 Marks weightage.2 9. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector.4 9.2 7.3 8. prerequisite of the subject will be discussed.2 8. the course delivery pattern.3 9.regulations 6 6.1 9.4 8.2 6.5 Urbanization Process Urban area definition Urban land use structure Transportation problems in Indian context Zoning and planning surveys Transportation Planning Process Urban transport planning process Trip generation analysis Trip distribution analysis Travel Demand Estimation Assumptions in demand estimation Travel demand curve Aggregate & disaggregate modeling Land-Use transportation models Hansen’s accessibility model Urban Mass Transit Study History of mass transit system Modes of public transport & comparison Public transport travel characteristics Technology & basic operating elements Principles of good layout of bus terminals 04 Hours 09% 07 Hours 16 % 06 Hours 13% 02 Hours 04% D. 37 . black board.3 6. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. OHP etc.5 9 9.1 6.3 8 8.1 8.

G.. Khanna Publishers.S. Vukan R. Vuchic. Fundamentals of Transportation System Analysis. C. 2. Jotin Khisty. Kadiyali. E.C. Reference Books: 1. Tata McGraw Hill Pub.in/ 38 . B. • • • Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar will be conducted which carries 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation.iitm. and Kent Lall. Prentice-Hall. New Delhi. 4. PHI. Metropolitan Transportation Planning. NJ.R. Saxena. Prentice Hall. Introduction to Transportation Engineering.. Urban Public Transportation System & Technology. S. Co. Dickey. Recommended Study Material: Text Books: 1. Hutchison. Papacostas. John W. L. Web Materials: 1. 5.ac. Experiments/Tutorials related to course content will be carried out in the laboratory. B. http://nptel.• Assignments based on course content will be given to the students at the end of each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval.. Traffic Engineering & Transport Planning.. Transportation Engineering – An Introduction. C. Inc.. New Delhi. F. 3. & Planning. 2. The course includes a laboratory. It carries a weightage of 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Students Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this course • The students would be able to develop innovative ideas about various methodologies of Traffic & Transportation Planning that can enhance the transport infrastructure required in an urban area. where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. McGraw Hill Book Co. Dhanpat Rai Pub. Traffic Planning and Design. • The students would also gain insight of design and implementation of Transport related projects.

html 5. http://www. http://ebooksfreedownload. http://ebooksfreedownload.com/2011/07/evolvingtransportation-networks-free.org/search/transportation-books-free-download 4.gov/ 39 .html 3.fhwa.blogspot. http://freedownloadengineeringebooks.org/2011/05/transportation-systems-in-buildings.dot.2. http://civilebook.com/fundamentals-of-transportation-engineering/ 6.

CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CL 425: SOIL EROSION AND CONSERVATION B TECH 7TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) Credits and Hours: Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 3 100 Practical 2 50 Total 5 150 Credit 4 A. No. Outline of the Course: Sr. soil erosion. Objectives of the Course: The objectives of this course are • • To retard watershed degradation caused by deforestation. B. To learn various techniques to assess the impact of short-term changes in land use practices and the effectiveness of specific soil conservation measures. land degradation and hydrologic deterioration of the watersheds. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Title of the Unit Conservation and the Environment Water Erosion Water Erosion Control Practices Wind Erosion Wind Erosion Control Practices Soil Conservation in Special Problem Areas and Forests in Soil Conservation 7 Conservation Structures 02 Total Hours (Theory): 45 Total Hours (Lab): 30 Total Hours: 75 Minimum Number of Hours 06 10 08 07 06 06 40 . sedimentation.

4 1.3 4 4. conservation and quality of water resources Impact of conservation practices on the environment Water Erosion Mechanics of water erosion Factors affecting erosion by water Raindrops and soil erosion Types of erosion Soil losses and estimation of water erosion losses Measurement of water erosion Water Erosion Control Practices Principles of water erosion control Land classification for soil conservation Control Practices: Mechanical & biological methods Wind Erosion Mechanics of wind erosion Avalanching and dunes Factors affecting wind erosion Methods of estimating of wind erosion Wind Erosion Control Practices Principles of wind erosion control Control practices Soil Conservation in Special Problem Areas & Forests in Soil Conservation 6.3 4.3 1.1 6.2 1.1 3.4 6.2 3.5 2.C.1 5.6 3 3.2 2.2 4.1 4.4 2.3 6.2 6 Conservation and the Environment Soil erosion: Introduction and factors affecting soil erosion Effects of soil erosion Conservation ethics Development.2 6.1 1.1 2.4 5 5.5 Soil conservation in hilly areas Control of gullies Waterlogged and wet lands Role of forests in soil conservation Forest protection 41 06 Hours 13% 06 Hours 13% 07 Hours 16% 08 Hours 18% 10 Hours 22% 06 Hours 13% .3 2.5 2 2. Detailed Syllabus: 1 1.

New Delhi.P. Experiments/Tutorials related to course content will be carried out in the laboratory.7 7. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students at the end of each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. OHP etc.P.. New Age International Publishers. 42 . The course includes a laboratory. black board. and Singh. Recommended Study Material: Text Books: 1.2 Conservation Structures Temporary and permanent structures Functional requirement and limitations of control structures 02 Hours 05% D. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Instructional Method and Pedagogy: • • • • • At the start of course. F. Soil Erosion and Conservation. E. R. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector. prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory which carries 5 Marks weightage. Tripathi. • • • Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar will be conducted which carries 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. H. It carries a weightage of 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. The students will be solved the issues involved in designing and implementing soil conservation techniques. the course delivery pattern. Students Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this course • • The students will be gained the knowledge about various methods that can be used for controlling the soil erosion.1 7. where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures.

4. Elements of Soil Conservation. D. Indian Council of Agricultural Research..17%2Fsykc%2Fhjx%2Fcontent%2Fwlkj%2F6. 3.P.200.V. R. Sastry. Pvt.O. and Joshi.. C.. V.144. Web Materials: 1.J.2. Singh. http://www.google. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. New York. Elliot. Bennet. 2. Dhruvanarayana. G. 1990.net/suryaveer/soil-erosion-and-soil-conservation 2. C.. Schwab. http://www. Reference Books: 1. New Delhi. Venkatramanan.in/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CEUQFjAA&url=http %3A%2F%2F202.co.slideshare. G. W. Soil and Water Conservation Engineering.K. Ltd. B.H.ppt&rct=j &q=soil%20erosion%20and%20conservation%2Bppt&ei=09AnTvOxK4fKrAfUhOy WCQ&usg=AFQjCNHMoe8bHlfKde63ZIQdMaIqMoA4-A 43 .. Ltd... H. New Delhi. Ghanshyam Das. Manual of Soil & Water Conservation Practices. Hydrology and Soil Conservation Engineering. Fangmeier. John Wiley & Sons... and Frevert. Oxford IBH Publishing Co..D. Soil and Water Conservation Research in India. McGraw Hill Book Co.

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS Experiment No. Tutorial 1 Tutorial 2 Tutorial 3 Tutorial 4 Tutorial 5 Tutorial 6 Name of Experiment / Title of Tutorial Conservation and the Environment Water Erosion Water Erosion Control Practices Wind Erosion Wind Erosion Control Practices Soil Conservation in Special Problem Areas and Forests in Soil Conservation Tutorial 7 Conservation Structures 44 .

Accounts and Procedure of Work Valuation Title of the Unit Minimum Number of Hours 04 09 04 06 06 05 03 08 Total Hours (Theory): 45 Total Hours (Lab): 60 Total Hours: 105 45 .W. B. culverts. Outline of the Course: Sr. bridges. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Project Estimate Quantity Analysis of Framed Structure Estimation of steel structure Sanitary and water supply work Road Estimation Quantity Analysis of Irrigation Works P. Objectives of the Course: The objectives of this course are • To introduce the students to the P. COSTING & FINANCIAL CONCEPTS .CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CL 405: ESTIMATION. like. etc.W. multi-storied structures. criteria and in depth knowledge of professional practice as well the quantity analysis of big construction works.II B TECH 8TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) Credits and Hours: Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 3 100 Practical 4 100 Total 7 200 Credit 5 A.D.D. No.

3 8 Road Estimation Estimation of earth work by different methods Estimation of pitching of slopes Estimate of earth work on hilly road Estimation of metalled road Quantity Analysis of Irrigation Works Earthwork in canal-different cases Estimate of earthwork in irrigation channels Estimates of aqueduct. village road culvert P. Small sewerage project and water supply project 2 2.3 Project Estimate Estimate for project Report on estimate Project estimate and report: Building project.1 2. sewer line. fall.1 Quantity Analysis of Framed Structure Quantity analysis of public building – Hospital or school building Quantity analysis of R.2 4.W.2 3 3.3 5.1 3. water supply pipe line 5 5.4 6 6. Accounts and Procedure of Work Classification of work Measurement book Modes of payment Valuation 46 08 Hours 18% 03 Hours 06% 05 Hours 12% 06 Hours 14% 06 Hours 14% 04 Hours 08% 09 Hours 20% 04 Hours 8% . road project. Quantity analysis of steel framed structure (G+3) Sanitary and Water Supply Works Estimation of quantity of a septic tank and soak pit including sanitary and water supply installations 4.1 6. syphon.1 5.2 7.3 7 7.1 1.3 Estimation of quantity of manhole Sanitary and water supply works of a building: Drain sanitary fittings.2 5. framed multi-storied Building (G+3) Estimation of steel structure Quantity analysis of steel roof truss of any one type. irrigation drainage project. water supply works.2 1.1 7.C. Detailed Syllabus: 1 1.2 4 4.2 6.C.C.D.

9 Different form of value Mortgage and lease Freehold and leasehold property Sinking fund. costing and professional practice. Students Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this course • The students will get a diverse knowledge of estimating. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Instructional Method and Pedagogy: • • • • • • • • At the start of course.3 8.7 8. 47 . Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar will be conducted which carries 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Tutorials related to course content will be carried out in the laboratory. the course delivery pattern.8. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory which carries 5 Marks weightage. The course includes a laboratory. value. purpose and principles of valuation 8. Seminar based on course content will be prepared and presented by the student/group of students. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector. It carries a weightage of 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. depreciation.4 8. types of depreciation Year’s of purchase outgoings Methods of valuation Rent fixation D. which will be use full in tackling real life problems. OHP etc.1 Valuation. where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. E. price and cost.6 8.5 8. prerequisite of the subject will be discussed.8 8. black board.2 8.

Chandola.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IIT-%20Guwahati/cpm/index. Civil Engineering Contracts. New Delhi. S.D.C. Dutta.S. Orient Longman Publication. S. New Delhi. Civil Estimating. 1998. Rangwala.N. A. Web Materials: 1.• • • The students will be able to understand the procedure to carry out the estimation and steps to prepare reports of the construction works. 2006. Charotar Publishing House.supercivilcd. Upadhyay. and Vazirani.K Kataria & Sons. Vol. 1996. Anand. Reference Books: 1.W. A..htm http://cpwd. Estimating.com/Road_Estimate/Area_Volume/A_V. Chakraborti. Patil. M. 4. UBS Publishers & Distributors Limited. Estimating and Costing. B. – I. S. 2.in/manualvolume2.. 3.ac.pdf 48 . Costing.. 3. http://nptel. Specification and Valuation on Civil Engineering. Khanna Publication. procedure of administrative approval and P. Chakraborty Publication. Costing &Valuation. Professional practice.P.gov. Recommended Study Material: Text Books 1. The students will learn to estimation. B. Estimating & Costing in Civil Engineering Theory and Practice. Aggarwal. 2.K. Elements of Estimating and Costing.iitm. accounting system of civil work. The students will learn the purpose and importance of valuation F.html http://www.. 2. M...

C. and steel structural elements. B.CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CL 406: DESIGN OF STRUCTURES – II B TECH 8TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) Credits and Hours: Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 4 100 Practical 4 100 Total 8 200 Credit 6 A. which will be useful in the design of various structures. Outline of the Course: Sr. No.C. Objectives of the Course: The objectives of the course are: • • To make students familiar with the fundamental design concepts of steel and reinforced cement concrete structures. To make students aware with the behavior and design of R. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Title of the Unit Design of Continuous Beam Design of Slender Columns Design of Combined Footings Design of Retaining Wall Design of Stair Ways Column Bases and Caps Minimum Number of Hours 06 06 06 06 06 06 08 08 08 Total Hours (Theory): 60 Total Hours (Lab): 60 Total Hours: 120 Design of Plate Girder Design of Gantry Girder Roof Trusses 49 .

2 5 5.1 7.1 4.3 4 4.3 3 3. Detailed Syllabus: Reinforced Concrete Structures 1 1. active & passive earth pressure Design of cantilever & counter fort retaining wall Design of Stair Ways Types. preliminary design procedure Web panel subjected to shear. un supported length.4 1. codal provisions Design of stairs spanning horizontally Design of dog-legged stair Steel Structure 6 6.1 3.1 5.6 2 2.2 6.2 2. foundation Bolts Design of Plate Girder General considerations.5 1.2 3. raft footing Design of Retaining Wall Types.1 2.1 6. gusset base Design of moment: Resisting base plates.3 Design of Continuous Beam Effective span. slenderness limits for columns Concentrically loaded slender columns Eccentrically loaded slender columns Design of Combined Footings Footing for two or more columns Design of combined rectangular & trapezoidal footing Strap footing.3 1.2 1.3 7 7.2 Column Bases and Caps Types of column bases Slab Base.2 5. behaviour of transverse web stiffeners 50 08 Hours 13% 06 Hours 10% 06 Hours 10% 06 Hours 10% 06 Hours 10% 06 Hours 10% 06 Hours 10% .C. loads. critical section for moment Co-efficient for moments for continuous beams Arrangement of live load for bending moment Compression and tension steel at support Tension steel at centre span Design of continuous beams and bending of bars Design of Slender Columns Behaviour.1 1.

Instructional Method and Pedagogy: • • • • • At the start of course.2 8. connections End bearings.7 Design of plate girders Design of Gantry Girder Loading considerations Loads on gantry girder Maximum load effects Selection of gantry girder Design of gantry girder Roof Trusses Selection of the type of truss. OHP etc. It carries a weightage of 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation.3 8 8. prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. black board.4 9.2 9. 51 .1 9. the course delivery pattern.3 9. Tutorials related to course content will be carried out in the laboratory. The course includes a laboratory. deflection of trusses Selection of sections. where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures.7.1 8. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory which carries 5 Marks weightage. load combinations Analysis of roof truss. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector. spacing of truss Panel layout of truss Loads on the roof truss.6 9.3 8.4 9 9.5 9.4 8. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students at the end of each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. • • • Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar will be conducted which carries 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. bracing of trusses Design procedure 08 Hours 14% 08 Hours 13% D. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation.

Laxmi Publications (P) Ltd. Reinforced Concrete Vol-I & II. J. Students Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this course • Students will able to understand service criteria and factored strength criteria for acceptance of basic reinforced concrete and steel members.org/wiki/Reinforced_concrete 3.K.E.L. Reference Books: 1. F.in/courses/IIT MADRAS/Design_Steel_Structures_I/7_beamcolumns/2_concepts_of_limit_state_de sign. http://en. S. R. Shah. IS: 878.iitm..pdf 2.. V. & Menon. S. IS: 1896-2002 (Part-I). A. Limit State Theory and Design of Reinforced Concrete.K. Ductile Detailing of RC Structures 52 . 2. Limit State Design of Concrete Strucuters. Mc Graw Hill Education (P) Ltd.. IS: 16920-1996. Designs (Reinforced Concrete Sturctures). Web Materials: 1.ac. India.iitm. Structures Publications.pdf Other Materials: 1. D.org/wiki/I-beam 4. & Jain. Plain and Reinforced Concrete 2. Pillai. Duggal. CBS Publishers. Scientific Publishers. S..C..C. Manual of Limit State Design. New Delhi 4. Reinforced Concrete Design.. C. Earthquake Resisting Design & Construction Building 5. Limit State Design of Steel Structures. IS: 786-2000.wikipedia. Charotar Publishing House.. N. 2. 4.wikipedia. 3.. Punamia. Code of Practice for Design Loads 3. & Karve. Recommended Study Material: Text Books: 1. http://nptel. http://nptel. IS: 7626-1996. H.. Criteria for Earthquake Resistant Design 4.R. TATA McGraw-Hill. 3. http://en. Variyani and Radhaji.ac. Steel Structures: Design and Practice. B.. Oxford University Press. New Delhi.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT%20Kharagpur/Design%20of%2 0Con%20Struc/pdf/m1l1. Shah. Subramanian. Ramchandra & Gehlot V.

No. earthquake-induced effects. as well as emergency response.CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CL 431: EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING B TECH 8TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) Credits and Hours: Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 3 100 Practical 2 50 Total 5 150 Credit 5 A. B. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Title of the Unit Dynamics of Single Degree of Freedom Systems Dynamics of Multi-Degree of Freedom Systems Earthquake Basics & Design Philosophy Lateral Load Analysis of Masonry Building Design Lateral Loads for RC Building Ductile Detailing Minimum Number of Hours 08 08 06 08 08 07 Total Hours (Theory): 45 Total Hours (Lab): 30 Total Hours: 75 53 . Objectives of the Course: The objectives of this course are • • • To gain knowledge of the nature and effect of earthquakes. To gather knowledge regarding earthquake mechanics. structural earthquake response. To learn fundamental structural dynamics. seismology. Outline of the Course: Sr. hazard and risk assessment and earthquake resistant design.

ductility and configuration 3.7 4 4.4 3 3.3 1. earthquake proof v/s earthquake resistant design 3.4 3.6 Four virtues of earthquake resistant structures: Strength.2 5. seismic zones as per IS: 1893-2002 Philosophy of earthquake resistant design. stiffness.3 6 6.1 3.1 5.1 Seismic structural configuration Lateral Load Analysis of Masonry Building Earthquake resistant Masonry features Lateral load analysis of masonry building Design Lateral Loads for RC Building Introduction Determination of static design lateral force Dynamic analysis procedure Ductile Detailing Concepts of detailing of various structural components as per IS: 13920 provisions 07Hours 16% 08Hours 18% 08 Hours 18% 06 Hours 12% 08 Hours 18% 08Hours 18% 54 .C.5 Dynamics of Single Degree of Freedom Systems Introduction Free vibration of viscous-damped SDOF system Force vibration of SDOF System Vibration isolation Dynamics of Multi-Degree of Freedom Systems Introduction Dynamics of two degree of freedom system Free vibration analysis of MDOF system Forced vibration analysis Earthquake Basics & Design Philosophy Elements of seismology Definitions of basic terms used in seismology General features of tectonics of seismic regions Seismographs.2 2.2 1.1 2.4 2 2.2 3.1 4. Detailed Syllabus: 1 1.3 2.3 3.1 1.2 5 5.

black board. F. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Instructional Method and Pedagogy: • • • • • At the start of course. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students at the end of each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. base isolation. building separation. where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. • • • Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar will be conducted which carries 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. OHP etc. P-delta effects. which are being designed. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory which carries 5 Marks weightage. 55 .J. N. Chopra.. 2. A. McGraw-Hill.D. and hazardous structures. E. the course delivery pattern. tectonics. and propagation of ground motion and interpret earthquake ground motion data. The students will be understood basic earthquake mechanisms. Mario Paz. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector. Experiments/Tutorials related to course content will be carried out in the laboratory. It carries a weightage of 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation.K. Students Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this course • The students will gain knowledge regarding expert systems that make it possible to predict the earthquake resistance of structures. • • The students will be able to recognize special conditions such as irregular buildings. The course includes a laboratory. Structural Dynamics. Prentice Hall. have already been designed and have experienced an earthquake. types of ground motion. Dynamics of Structures. Recommended Study Material: Text Books: 1.

Nicee. Web Materials: 1. IS: 13920-1993. Criteria for Earthquake Resistant Design 3. New Delhi.. IS: 4326-1993. Reference Books: 1. Manish Shrikhande & Pankaj Agrawal.3. IS: 875.earthquakeengineering. Park & Pauly.K. Code of Practice for Design Loads 2. Earthquake Tips.0. Earthquake Resisting Design & Construction Building 4. IS: 1893-2002 (Part-I).nicee. Duggal. Oxford University Press. S.com/ 4.R. http://en. Earthquake Resistance Low Strength Masonry Buildings 56 . Murthy. http://www.wikipedia. Ductile Detailing of RC Structures 5. IS: 13827-1993. PHI Publication. Earthquake Resistance of Earthen Buildings 6.org/wiki/Earthquake_engineering 2. McGraw-Hill. C.org 3. New Delhi 4. IS: 13828-1993.V.org/ Other Materials: 1.. http://www. IITK-GSDMA EQ26 – V-3. 3. Design Example of a Six Storey Building 4. http://www. Clough & Penzin. Earthquake resistant design of structures.curee. Dynamics of structures. Earthquake resistance design of structures. Behavior of RC Structure 2.

B. Outline of the Course: Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Soil Stabilization Retaining Walls & Sheet Pile Walls Ground Improvement Techniques Reinforced Earth and Geosynthetics Earth Dam Title of the Unit Minimum Number of Hours 08 10 09 10 08 Total Hours (Theory): 45 Total Hours (Lab): 30 Total Hours: 75 57 . Objectives of the Course: The objectives of this course are • To give knowledge about basic introduction.CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CL 432: FIELD APPLICATIONS OF GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING B TECH 8TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) Credits and Hours: Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 3 100 Practical 2 50 Total 5 150 Credit 4 A. application and design of different field application methods in the field of Geotechnical Engineering.

4 2.3 3.2 2.4 5 5.1 2.2 4.7 Soil Stabilization Introduction Types of stabilization techniques. mechanical stabilization Lime and cement stabilization Other chemicals Use of admixtures Retaining Walls & Sheet Pile Walls Introduction Types of retaining walls Stability of retaining wall Check for over turning.4 5.C.5 2.3 4.3 5.2 5. Detailed Syllabus: 1 1.3 2. sliding.2 1. bearing capacity failure Types of sheet pile wall Examples Ground Improvement Techniques Introduction Improvement of cohesive soils Improvement of cohesion less soils General methods for ground improvement Reinforced Earth and Geosynthetics Types of geosynthetics Application of geosynthetics Principles and advantages of reinforced earth Design of reinforced earth wall Earth Dam Factors influencing design of earth dams Types of earth dams Critical study of earth dam failures Differential settlement and cracks Construction pore pressures and control Seepage analysis Critical evaluation of methods of stability analysis 08 Hours 18% 10 Hours 22% 09 Hours 20% 10 Hours 22% 08 Hours 18% 58 .6 5.5 5.5 2 2.1 4.6 3 3.1 3.3 1.2 3.4 4 4.4 1.1 5.1 1.

59 .5. Standard Publication. the course delivery pattern. Students will learn the various aspects of geotechnical engineering and be able to conduct independent work. prerequisite of the subject will be discussed.. Experiments/Tutorials related to course content will be carried out in the laboratory. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering. black board. K.8 Various methods of construction of flow nets D. The students will understand the theories and practical aspects of geotechnical engineering along with the design and field applications modern techniques. It carries a weightage of 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Instructional Method and Pedagogy: • • • • • At the start of course. Arora. New Delhi. Students Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this course • • • The students will get a diverse knowledge of geotechnical engineering practices applied to real life problems. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation.R. The course includes a laboratory. E. • • • Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar will be conducted which carries 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. F. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students at the end of each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector. Recommended Study Material: Text Books: 1. where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory which carries 5 Marks weightage. OHP etc.

in/other/quake. Sribivasula and Vaidyanathan. Bangalore Reference Books: 1. Punamia.nic.org. http://bis. http://en. 8. 60 . Foundation Engineering Handbook.. 7. Tata McGraw Hill Book Co. Principles of Foundation Engineering. Analysis and Design of Retaining Structures.Ltd.geo-solutions. Singh Alam.. Sherrared. Peck. www. Soil Engineering. Sai Kripa Technical Consultants.B. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering. Foundation Engineering Manual.S. B. Fang and Einterkorn. New Delhi. New Delhi..2. Handbook of Machine Foundation. http://www. 5. I and II. 2.. Vol.php 5. Das.M.wikipedia..N. 3. Murthy. Laxmi Publication Pvt. Earth Dam Engineering Web Materials: 1.org/wiki/Geosynthetic 4.in 2.htm 3. B. Foundation Engineering. Shamsher Prakash and Gopal Ranjan. V. Asia Publication House.geotechlinks. Nayak. N. Thomson and Thornburn. 4. 3.com/gi.C. Sarita Publications. http://edudel. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering. 6.com.

• • To provide detail knowledge of different types of pollution prevalent around the world.CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CL 433: ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AND CONTROL B TECH 8TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) Credits and Hours: Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 3 100 Practical 2 50 Total 5 150 Credit 4 A. No. Outline of the Course: Sr. Objectives of the Course: The objectives of this course are • To give the students an overview of the more pressing environmental concerns facing us today. B. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Title of the Unit Pollution Control Aspects Water Pollution Control Industrial Wastewater Treatment Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Air Pollution Control Environmental Policies for Pollution Prevention Minimum Number of Hours 02 06 12 12 10 03 Total Hours (Theory): 45 Total Hours (Lab): 30 Total Hours: 75 61 . These would lead to a better practice in natural resources utilization and pollution prevention. To enable the students in analyzing global pollution issues as well as that of India.

1 Industrial Wastewater Management Effects of industrial wastes on sewerage system and receiving water bodies 3. sources and consequences. organic.2 Introduction. disposal methods 4. conversion of solid wastes energy / manure. strength reduction. environmental management hierarchy – source reduction techniques 2 2. different types of samples. classification.C. dairy. cement. material balance. removal of organic and inorganic dissolved solids 3.1 1. fertilizer. collection methods and various instruments used for it 2. Biological pollutants.1 Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Solid-waste pollution: Types. pulp and paper. 4 4.2 Industrial waste survey: Process flow charts. regulations for hazardous waste management.4 Wastewater treatment in specific industries: Distillery. wastes transfer and transport.3 Pretreatment of industrial wastewater: Volume reduction. sugar. hazardous waste characterization. sources. equalization and proportion. pharmaceutical. sampling–grab. textile.3 Sampling methods: Purpose of sampling. pesticides and radioactive pollutants 2.1 Water Pollution Control Freshwater pollution: Various pollutants responsible for water pollution. sources and consequences. designated hazardous wastes 4.2 Pollution Control Aspects Industrialization and sustainable development Concept of pollution prevention and cleaner production. neutralization. development 62 12 Hours 27% 12 Hours 27% 06 Hours 13% 02 Hours 04% . Detailed Syllabus: 1 1. heavy metals. disposal of sewage & wash water from MV cargo & ships 3 3.2 Consequences of water pollution: Effect on health on biosphere and on economy 2. inorganic.4 Marine water pollution: Types. etc. composite and integrated samples 3. condition of waste stream.3 Waste minimization and resource recovery: Approaches. pesticides.

non-respirable and nano . emergency response 4. facility siting and process selection for treatment.3 Pollutants dispersion models: Description and application of point. atmospheric stability 10 Hours 22% conditions.4 Air pollution control equipment for particulate matter & gaseous pollutants: Gravity settling chambers. centrifugal collectors. electrostatic precipitator (ESP). CO. bulk and non-bulk transport. treatment and disposal Air Pollution Control Meteorology: Composition and structure of the atmosphere.5 Physico-chemical. condensation and combustion 6 6. SOX and NOX. photochemical oxidants 5. wet collectors. chemical and biological treatment of hazardous waste 4. storage. scrubbers.particulate matter.6 Sanitary landfill: Design approach. fabric filters. blending with construction materials and Best Management Practices (BMP) 4.2 Monitoring of particulate matter and gaseous pollutants: Respirable. Hydrocarbons (HC). leachate and gaseous collection system.2 Environmental Policies for Pollution Prevention Introduction to environmental legislations Environmental auditing: Introduction cost of pollution. containers. solar radiation. Maximum Mixing Depth (MMD). CO2.1 Biomedical waste management: Sources. wind velocity profile. windrose diagram 5. wind circulation. absorption. temperature inversions.1 6. regulations. line and areal sources 5.of a waste tracking system 4. disposal facility (TSDF) 4.7 Recent developments in solid wastes reuse and disposal: Power generation. adsorption. financial and managerial opportunities 03 Hours 07% 63 . lapse rates.8 5 5.4 Transportation of hazardous waste: Requirements. environmental audit solutions.

prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. F. where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. The students will learn to understand the theories and practical aspects of pollution control along with the design and management applications. D. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector. Recommended Study Material: Text Books: 1. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd.P. USA. American Chemical Society. Experiments/Tutorials related to course content will be carried out in the laboratory. OHP etc. • • • Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar will be conducted which carries 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. It carries a weightage of 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Instructional Method and Pedagogy: • • • • • At the start of course. 2. 2000. Pollution Control in Process Industries. New Delhi.D. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. the course delivery pattern.C. Mahajan.. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students at the end of each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. Eckenfelder.. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory which carries 5 Marks weightage.. black board. Washington. Industrial Water Pollution Control. McGraw hill Company. New Delhi. S. E. Students Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this course • • The students will get a diverse knowledge of environmental engineering practices applied to real life problems. 64 . The course includes a laboratory.

5. 4. Air Pollution. New York.... Warner. Air Pollution. II.in 3. Ross.D. Nemerow. Theissen.org. G. 2. Tchobanoglous. Addison Willey. Practices and Treatment.dgsnd..S. https://dgserver. Vol.. 1991.in 65 ..F. III.. 1974. McGraw Hill. http://www.epa. Stern. H. Wiley Eastern Ltd.in 4.T. 3. 1998.V. Solid Waste Engineering Principles and Management Issues..C. and Davis. Web Materials: 1.ac. R. McGraw Hill. R. H. H. Air Pollution .gov 2. Harper & Row Publishers. 6.filtersource. and Rao.N. 1968. Tata McGraw-Hill Reference Books: 1.iitm. http://www. http://www. M. Reinhold Environmental Series – New York... C. K. Liquid Waste of Industry Theories.indiaenvironmentportal. New York.. and EIiassen. Wark.N. Environmental Pollution Control Engineering. New Age International Ltd. Perkins. W. 1971. New York.I. .com 5. .3. Industrial Waste Disposal. Rao. 4.C.Its Origin and Control. N..N. http://nptel. A. C. Rao.gov. Air Pollution.

1 Standards and Sampling for Water and Wastewater Analysis 2 3 4 5 Treatability Studies for Industrial Wastewater Municipal Solid Waste Sampling and Analysis Design of Air Pollution Control Equipments Report Based on Field Visit 66 .LIST OF EXPERIMENTS Experiment Name of Experiment No.

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Introduction Urban Area Classification Transportation Planning Process & Modeling Design of Urban Roads Design of At-Grade Intersections. Management and Economics at introductory level to provide the student with basic rational and a set of design concept.CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CL 434: URBAN TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM B TECH 8TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) Credits and Hours: Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 3 100 Practical 2 50 Total 5 150 Credit 4 G. Outline of the Course: Sr. H. Rotaries Parking Analysis & Design Transportation System Management Demand Management Traffic Operation Improvement Introduction Elasticity Demand Model Title of the Unit Minimum Number of Hours 02 03 04 04 06 04 04 04 02 03 05 04 Total Hours (Theory): 45 Total Hours (Lab): 30 Total Hours: 75 67 . Objectives of the Course: The objectives of the course are • To cover the major areas of Transportation Planning.

road development plans Levels of planning Role of transportation at national. Rotaries Types of intersections IRC specifications for At-Grade intersections Guidelines & specifications for islands & rotaries Channelization Features of channelizing islands Advantages & disadvantages rotaries Rotary design elements Capacity of rotary Parking Analysis & Design Traffic & parking problems Types of parking 68 04 Hours 09% 06 Hours 13% 04 Hours 09% 04 Hours 09% 03 Hours 07% 02 Hours 04% .8 6 6.1 4.4 3.3 3.2 5.4 2 2.1 6.3 1.6 4 4.7 5. Detailed Syllabus: 1 1.5 3.4 3 3.1 5.2 5 5.4 5.2 3.5 5.2 Introduction Introduction to planning.1 3.2 1.1 1. regional & urban level Objectives & goals of planning Urban Area Classification Definition of urban area Urban area classification Trends in urbanization Transportation problems & identifications Transportation Planning Process & Modeling Interdependence of land-use & traffic Systems approach Stages in transportation planning Modal split Trip assignment Travel forecasting Design of Urban Roads Cross sectional elements IRC specifications Design of At-Grade Intersections.2 2.3 2.I.3 5.6 5.1 2.

2 9 9.1 Types of elasticites 11.3 6. prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation.2 7.4 7 7.1 10. supply 03 Hours 07 % 02 Hours 04 % 04 Hours 09% 04 Hours 09% 10. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory which carries 5 Marks weightage.3 Sensitivity of travel demand 11. 69 .2 Sensitivity & elasticity 11.1 7. the course delivery pattern. OHP etc.6. black board.3 8 8.4 Factors affecting Elasticity 12 Demand Model 04 Hours 09% 12. Instructional Method and Pedagogy: • • • • At the start of course.1 KRAFT demand model J. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector.2 IRC standards for parking Parking design Transportation System Management Introduction to TSM Need. scope and Strategies for TSM TSM planning & classification Demand Management Traffic management measures Advantages and disadvantages Traffic Operation Improvement A case study: Brief Introduction Introduction to engineering economics Transport demand.1 8.3 Equilibrium 11 Elasticity 05 Hours 11 % 11.1 10 10.

G. Experiments/Tutorials related to course content will be carried out in the laboratory. John W.• Assignments based on course content will be given to the students at the end of each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval.. The course includes a laboratory. Highway Traffic Analysis and Design. Metropolitan Transportation Planning. 7. Prentice-Hall. where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. L. S. Prentice Hall.. L.C. Papacostas. The students would also be able to correlate economy and growth of transportation sector alongwith basic knowledge to quantify the benefits from well developed transportation facilities. Inc. K.. McGraw Hill Book Co. and Kent Lall. Urban Public Transportation System & Technology. NJ 70 . Prentice-Hall. Recommended Study Material: Text Books: 3. Co. Tata McGraw Hill Pub. B. B. Fundamentals of Transportation System Analysis.R. Kadiyali. PHI 10. Transportation Engineering – An Introduction. Introduction to Transportation Engineering. & Planning.S. and Kent Lall. • • • Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar will be conducted which carries 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation... Jotin Khisty. B. Vukan R. Hutchison. Traffic Engineering & Transport Planning. Students Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this course • • The students would be able to understand and evaluate current scenarios of traffic management and improve it.. Jotin Khisty. R J. C. New Delhi 4. C. Dickey. Vuchic. It carries a weightage of 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. ELBS Reference Books: 6. Khanna Publishers. NJ 5. 9. Transportation Engineering – An Introduction. 8. Salter.

www.org 8. http://ebooksfreedownload.ac.lpcb.adb..Web Materials: 7. IRC: 106-1996: Guidelines for Capacity of Urban Roads in Plain Areas 4.org/search/transportation-books-free-download 13. http://nptel. http://ebooksfreedownload. www.in/ 11. IRC: SP:30-2010.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/EXTDEC/0.org 10.blogspot.worldbank.html 9.htmlhttp://civilebook.00.iitm. http://freedownloadengineeringebooks.com/2011/07/evolvingtransportation-networks-free. IRC: 64-1990: Guidelines for Capacity of Roads in Rural Areas 71 .org/2011/05/transportation-systems-inbuildings. http://econ.com/fundamentals-of-transportation-engineering/ Other Materials: 1.menuPK:476823~pag ePK:64165236~piPK:64165141~theSitePK:469372.html 12. Manual on Economic Evaluation of Highway Projects in India 2. IRC-SP 41: Guidelines for the Design of At-Grade Intersections in Rural & Urban Areas 3.

Objectives of the Course: The objectives of this course are • To make optimal use of water to prevent an excessive wastage to preclude the degradation of the land and bring about its improvement for maximizing water productivity. • • • To get enough knowledge related to pressurized irrigation systems. B.CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CL 435: IRRIGATION WATER MANAGEMENT B TECH 8TH SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) Credits and Hours: Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 3 100 Practical 2 50 Total 5 150 Credit 4 A. Outline of the Course: Sr. To prevent irrigation-induced soil and water quality problems such as salinity. To increase crop production on sustainable basis where water is a limitation. No. like drip and sprinkler. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Introduction Consumptive Use of Water Surface Methods of Water Application Sprinkler Irrigation System Drip Irrigation System Waterlogging and Land Drainage Watershed Management Title of the Unit Minimum Number of Hours 02 08 04 09 09 09 04 Total Hours (Theory): 45 Total Hours (Lab): 30 Total Hours: 75 72 .

basin and furrow irrigation methods Sprinkler Irrigation System Types.1 Surface Methods of Water Application Overview of border.5 5 5. leaching and leaching requirements Classification of drainages: surface and sub-surface Watershed Management Definition and need 73 04 Hours 09% 09 Hours 20% 09 Hours 20% 09 Hours 20% 04 Hours 09% 08 Hours 18% 02 Hours 04% .5 6 6.4 2 2.4 7 7.4 4.1 2.3 6.2 Land leveling operations and criteria Use of RS and GIS in study of irrigated areas Consumptive Use of Water Factors affecting consumptive use Estimation of consumptive use: Filed methods and empirical formulae 3 3.3 1.2 4 4. components Uniformity Coefficient Design of sprinkler irrigation system Operation and maintenance Troubleshooting Drip Irrigation System Components Design emission uniformity Design of drip irrigation system Problems associated with system Operation and maintenance Waterlogging and Land Drainage Definition. basin and furrow irrigation methods Design aspects in border.1 5.1 3.C.1 4.3 5.2 5.4 5. effects and causes Prevention measures of waterlogging Reclamation of saline soil. Detailed Syllabus: 1 1.1 1.1 6.2 6.2 4.3 4.2 Introduction Need for sustainable water management Measurement of irrigation water: Volumetric and velocity-area methods 1.

7. 74 . where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures.2 7. It carries a weightage of 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. • • • Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar will be conducted which carries 5 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Students Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this course • The students will be regained the knowledge about use of irrigation water as efficiently as possible. so as to meet crop needs while conserving water resources. Instructional Method and Pedagogy: • • • • • At the start of course. The use of it will be controlled the volume and frequency of irrigation water applied to crops. Efficient irrigation systems and water management practices can help to maintain farm profitability in an era of limited. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory which carries 5 Marks weightage. The course includes a laboratory. • The students will be able to implement the collected knowledge related to pressurized irrigation systems in filed. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. OHP etc.3 Characteristics Conservation measures: Contour techniques and gully control D. Experiments/Tutorials related to course content will be carried out in the laboratory. the course delivery pattern. E. higher-cost water supplies. black board. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students at the end of each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval.

Irrigation Water Resources and Water Power Engineering.be/ykMvtFfPIqk 8..net/StudyMaterial/Agronomy/Agro201. 2.htm 6.fao. Irrigation . and Sakthivadivel. V.K.usda. R.. J. Wiley Eastern Ltd. Vol. Allied Publishers Prv. and Hansen. New York. International Irrigation Management Institute Colombo. B. 4. http://www. Vikas Publishing House.L.E. Recommended Study Material: Text Books: 1.. Standard Book House. Garg. Irrigation Engineering. Irrigation Engineering and Hydraulic Structures.. Studies in Irrigation and Water Management.. Watershed Management. Sharma. Murty. P. and Yadava Ram Narayan.com/services/system_guide/Drip_Irrigation_Design_Guide. Khanna Publishers.M.V. New Age International Publishers.org/agl/aglw/fwm/Manual7..K. PHI. http://www. http://www. Sri Lanka. New Delhi..be/aWWTZxecOto 75 . New Delhi.Theory and Practice. ftp://ftp. http://www. A. V. R.irrigationtutorials. http://youtu.ers. New Delhi.pdf 7. Irrigation Engineering and Hydraulic Structures.K.. 6. Satellite remote sensing for assessment of irrigation system performance: a case study in India By. Web Materials: 1. Asawa.. Modi..F. 3. 7. 4.angrau. D. 5.pdf 4. 2. Singh.P. Ltd.. Michael. Israelsen.pdf 2. Common Wealth Publishers. http://www.com/dripguide.org/docrep/T0231E/t0231e03. New Delhi. Reference Books: 1.fao. Research Report.W.htm 5. Thiruvengadachari. O. G.dripirr. John-Wiley and Sons.S.N. Irrigation Principles and Practice. http://youtu. S. S.gov/publications/ah712/ah7124-6. New Delhi. Irrigation Water Management Principles and Practice.D. Oxford and IBK Publishing House. Majumdar. Watershed Management. 4. Dhawan.pdf 3. 3. Mumbai. New Delhi.

Tutorial 1 Tutorial 2 Tutorial 3 Tutorial 4 Tutorial 5 Tutorial 6 Tutorial 7 Introduction Consumptive Use of Water Surface Methods of Water Application Sprinkler Irrigation System Drip Irrigation System Waterlogging and Land Drainage Watershed Management Name of Experiment / Title of Tutorial 76 .LIST OF EXPERIMENTS Experiment No.

• To make students conversant about formulation and evaluation of Infrastructure Projects. No. Detailed Guidelines: 1 1. B. Objectives of the Course: The objectives of the course are • To make students understand the applications of civil engineering related theories in field.1 Selection the Project Topic Type of Project will be assigned to a group of students based on their inclination / willingness / interest 2 Data Collection 20% 10% 77 . 1 2 3 4 5 6 Project Guidelines Selection the Project Topic Data Collection Literature Review Progress of Project Report Writing Presentation %age Weightage 10 10 10 30 20 20 Total Hours (Theory): 00 Total Hours (Lab): 180 Total Hours: 180 C.CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CL 410: PROJECT TH B TECH 8 SEMESTER (CIVIL ENGINEERING) Credits and Hours: Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory Practical 12 300 Total 12 300 Credit 12 A. Outline of the Project: Sr.

1 Report Writing The students are required to prepare a report including the Preamble. Study Area Selection. two presentations one at the mid of the semester and another at the end of the semester will be made by student/group of students 20% D. • Work progress of the project will be assessed and evaluated based on the guidelines laid down in section C at mid of the semester.2. where group of students can avail an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts to be utilized in understanding the actual scenario.1 4 4. It carries a weightage of 150 Marks as a part of University Evaluation. its applications shall be covered in the project 3 3. The project report should consist of at least 50 pages and at the most 70 pages. Data Collection. The project may include a site visit as per the project type. At the end of semester. 78 . the projects will be evaluated as per the guidelines laid down in section C in consultation with subject experts. Objectives. Design (if any). It carries a weightage of 150 Marks as a part of internal evaluation. students have to submit the final project report.1 Collection of respective data for the project. Data Analysis. Scope.1 Presentation & Question/Answer During the semester. Survey Methodology.1 Literature Review Collection the material related to topic and prepare the literature review Progress of Project They also need to report to respective project guide every week regarding the progress of the project 20% 10% 5 4. a presentation of the project is required to be done in group or individually on scheduled date for at least 15 minutes. Recommendations and Annexure of the concerned project 20% 6 6. Conclusions. • At the end of the semester. • • At the end of the semester. Instructional Method and Pedagogy: • • Type of Project will be assigned to a group of students based on their inclination/willingness/interest.

F. The students would also gain a better approach towards design and performance of Transport related projects. Students Learning Outcomes: On the successful completion of this course • • The students would be able to snatch ideas about projects and understand the significance of projects. Recommended Study Material: Project related study is to be carried out by each student/group of students.E. e – Books e – Journals Codes 79 .

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